Triangle Workshop ’91 alum Frances Barth’s writes on the work of Piero della Francesca for the website “Painters on Paintings.” Read more here!


Frances Barth, Orange, 2013, Acrylic and ink on gesso wood panel,  25 x 36 inches

“When I was in graduate school, they were brought to my attention by Tony Smith. He compared my student painting to della Francesca’s. I couldn’t figure out why; was it our similar name, was it because he was aware that I had gone to an all girls’ convent school? I pressed him repeatedly to explain, and he wouldn’t tell me. Finally after more than a year had passed and I wouldn’t give up my questioning, he discussed “map theory” with me and talked about how three colors never should meet at a single point. He showed me examples by drawing parts of della Francesca’s works.  This was one of the magic moments for me in my journey to becoming a painter.” – Frances Barth


Pia Linz’ drawing “Central Park,” produced during her Triangle Residency in 2011, is one of Linz’ works featured in the group exhibition “Give Us The Future” in Berlin. Congrats, Pia!
Linz Central Park
“Central Park” (pencil on paper, 180 x 127 cm, 2011)
Give Us The Future
Curated by Frank Wagner
March 01 – April 20, 2014
Featuring: Carsten Fock, Niklas Goldbach, Elín Hansdóttir, Bettina Hutschek, Sylbee Kim, Sara Lehn, Achim Lengerer, Pia Linz, Adrian Lohmüller, Marina Naprushkina, Mario Pfeifer, Anatoly Shuravlev, Sabina Maria van der Linden, Ming Wong und Amir Yatziv
Chausseestr. 128
10115 Berlin
Opening Hours:
Tues-Su 12 am-6 pm
Thu 12 am – 8 pm


Postcard0311142008 Triangle Artist-in-Residence Sun You will be exhibiting her most recent work in Shades of Time, An Exhibition from the Archive of Korean-American Artists, presented and sponsored by the Korean Cultural Service NY, Queens Museum, AHL Foundation. The exhibition will be on display at Gallery Korea from April 9-May 23, 2014, with an opening reception on April 9 from 6-8. Selected works including Sun You’s will also be on display at the Queens Museum of Art from June 28-July 20, 2014.


Untitled, 2014, Eyelash extensions, nails, door hinge, nuts, bolts, washers, quilt pins, needles, chain, magnets, 5 x 4 x 3 inches


Brothers Florian & Michael Quistrebert, artists-in-residence in 2009, are nominated for the prestigious Marcel Duchamp Prize in France. The winner, chosen by an international jury and announced on October 25, 2014 in the Grand Palais, will receive a financial endowment of €35,000 euros as well as €30,000 towards the production of new work, which will be be shown at the Centre Pompidou in 2015.

Read about their Open Studios during the 2009 Triangle Arts Association’s residency here.



Untitled B&W Painting, oil on canvas, 17.7 x 17.7in , 2009


Julia Vecsei, one of our current artists-in-residence, will be exhibiting drawings from her “Down on the Square” series at Krinzinger Projekte in Vienna. Opening this Thursday, through May 31!



Eve Bailey Archipelago Inerview

ARCHIPELAGO /// The Podcast Platform of The Funambulist
Conversation recorded with Eve Bailey in New York on March 10, 2014.

Eve Bailey and The Funambulist recorded this conversation in her studio in Crown Heights (Brooklyn) surrounded by her tools and artworks. We talk about her work that consistently engages the body to ‘conquer’ the sculptures she constructs with her own hands. We also discuss about how, despite the fact that her pieces are based on her own body, each body has a chance to appropriate them with no prejudice — their aesthetics allowing so — and eventually find a point of equilibrium, unique for each body. Toward the end of the podcast, she talks about her current research that explores association of her understanding of the body with cognitive science and neurology.

Eve Bailey is a sculptor whose work focuses on the concepts of balance and coordination. She sees the body as a perceiving structure and is profoundly interested in how physical awareness fosters creativity. She builds kinetic devices and ergonomic sculptures that serve to express the elegance of a gesture, a finite moment of equilibrium, combining her love for architecture and dance into a single body of work that speaks to our environment and our human potential.


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G.Forstner_The Successfull Butler-40,5x30,5 cm (1)Opening Saturday, March 29, 11 am – 3 pm
Waldkirchen 2
92358 Seubersdorf i.d. Oberpfalz
For directions and details please contact : 
T: 08460 9010925


Screen shot 2014-03-11 at 11.21.03 AMMarch 14-April 2, 2014

Galerie Virgile Legrand
56, Rue de l’Université -75007 Paris
Tél. 33 (0)1 45 44 75 30


Pat Service is honoured to be the subject of a retrospective at The Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam, B.C. The exhibition runs from March 6 to April 17, 2014 with an opening on Thursday, March 6 from 6 to 8 p.m.

A selection of his paintings were made by going back over the different series he worked on from 1981 until 2011.


The Gallery at The Evergreen Cultural Centre is located at 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, B.C.  V3B 7Y3.  Directions here:

At the moment, the exhibition is listed under:  Gallery, Upcoming Exhibitions

The paintings are viewable at Service’s website: