Artist Morgan Melenka
Title a provisional vista II #3/6
Media colour silkscreen on paper
Size 12.5 x 27.5 x 1 in. / 31.8 x 69.8 x 2.5 cm.
Frame Size 22.75 x 37.25 x 2 in.
Sold $300 Estimate $250 - $500
signed, titled, dated and numbered along bottom; framed with archival mat and special plexiglass
Morgan Melenka exhibited at SAAG in 2021 in her exhibition There are No Walls, Only Shimmering Membranes
donated by the artist; proceeds from this work go to the Southern Alberta Art Gallery [SAAG], Lethbridge - for more information on the gallery, visit saag.ca
Morgan Melenka ~ [21st century] Canadian
Morgan Melenka is a visual artist based in Mohkinstsis (Calgary). She engages with sculpture and printmaking as she misuses architectural forms and materials to engage with history and place. She holds an MFA from NSCAD University (2019) and a BFA from University of Alberta (2014). Her 2022 exhibitions include Nonsuch, which engages with the cycle of ruin/development in the city of Edmonton, and curatorial project Equivalence of Alloyed Gold with Megan Gnansihamany at Critical Distance for Curation in Toronto. Find her work featured at the Esker Foundation’s Project Space from February 13 - June 1, at The Mall at the Mitchell Art Gallery at MacEwan University until April and in an upcoming article in Peripheral Review by Nadia Kurd. She has taught visual art sessionally at NSCAD University, University of Alberta and MacEwan University and between other contracts paints sets for film and television.
see artist's website at morganmelenka.com