Melissa Marks

Double Self Split Color #8, 2016
Color pencil on paper
34 x 76 inches
$22,000 Unframed
Significant Transport #1, 2015
Pencil and gouache on paper
17 x 11 inches
$3,250 Framed
$3,000 Unframed
Significant Transport #2, 2015
Pencil and gouache on paper
17 x 11 inches
$3,250 Framed
$3,000 Unframed
Significant Transport #4, 2016
Pencil and gouache on paper
17 x 11 inches
$3,250 Framed
$3,000 Unframed
Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue #2, 2017
Pencil on paper
34 x 42 inches
$18,700 Framed
$18,000 Unframed
 
Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue #3, 2017
Pencil on paper
34 x 43 inches
$18,700 Framed
$18,000 Unframe
Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue #4, 2017
Pencil on paper
34 x 43 inches
$18,700 Framed
$18,000 Unframed
 
Significant Transport #5, 2016
Pencil and gouache on paper
17 x 11 inches
$3,250 Framed
$3,000 Unframed
Significant Transport #7, 2016
Pencil and gouache on paper
17 x 11 inches
$3,250 Framed
$3,000 Unframed
Significant Transport #9, 2016
Pencil and gouache on paper
17 x 11 inches
$3,000 Unframed
Volitia Looks Forward to Peaches, 2017
Pencil on paper
34 x 43 inches
$16,700 Framed
$16,000 Unframed

Melissa Marks describes her “drawn mark” as a “mutable abstraction, linear catalyst and fantasy instigator.” The artist explains that “every drawing I make is a diagram of a core-shaking internal disruption, an interior landscape made visible, a picture of a self in a constant state of remaking.” Marks received her Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University and her Masters of Fine Arts from Yale University. She has held solo exhibitions at the Bloomberg Space, London; Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NY; Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, CT and Joya: arte + ecología, Cortijada Los Gazquez, Spain. Her work has also been included in exhibitions at PS1/Moma, NY; Artspace, CT and The Drawing Center, NY.