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    • Allison Paschke
    • Pinfield: oval ips on blue 2016
    • acrylic gels, porcelain, insect pins: 36.25 x 36.25 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Moriana 2001-02
    • translucent porcelain, epoxy resin: 8 x 5 x 5 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Moriana (detail) 2001-02
    • translucent porcelain, epoxy resin: 8 x 5 x 5 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Gold and White Vessel: Drape 2012
    • epoxy resin, acrylic gel mediums, gouache and inks on acrylic mirror: 49 x 48 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Gold and White Vessel: Window 2012
    • epoxy resin, acrylic gel mediums, gouache and inks on acrylic mirror: 49 x 48 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Circle Vessel
    • epoxy resin, oil paint, and ink on acrylic mirror: 16 x 16 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Parabola Vessel
    • epoxy resin, oil paint, and ink on acrylic mirror : 16 x 16 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Drawn Missing Letters III
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, ink, acrylic gels, gold inks: 24 x 24 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Collection: Triptych
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, acrylic gel medium, ink, insect pins: 16 x 73 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Collection: Triptych (detail)
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, acrylic gel medium, ink, insect pins: 16 x 73 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Collection: Triptych (detail)
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, acrylic gel medium, ink, insect pins: 16 x 73 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Collection: Triptych (detail)
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, acrylic gel medium, ink, insect pins: 16 x 73 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Pinfield: Blue Sanaa 2009
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, ink, acrylic gel medium, insect pins: 24 x 24 inches
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    • Allison Paschke
    • Sikri 2009
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, acrylic gels, pigments: 72 x 192 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Tabriz 2012
    • acrylic mirror, epoxy resin, ink, acrylic gel medium, gouache: 12 x 12 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Blue Tabriz
    • gouache and ink on Bristol: 7 x 6.25 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Green Tabriz
    • gouache and ink on Bristol: 7 x 6.25 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Green Sikri
    • gouache and ink on Bristol: 11.25 x 9 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Orange Portal
    • gouache on soft gel, semi-gloss, pre-shrink watercolor paper : 12 x 12 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Seven White Squares
    • mixed medium: 14 x 11 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • Three Doors
    • gouache, graphite on Bristol : 14 x 5.5 inches
    • Allison Paschke
    • White Ispahan
    • gouache, acrylic gel on Bristol paper: 20 x 20 inches
    • SOLD
    • Allison Paschke
    • Grid (Nine Doors)
    • mixed media on paper: 22 x 22 inches
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Allison Paschke

American, b. 1961

Allison Paschke’s work is about light, transparency and layering, all of which are inherent qualities of her materials. Her constructions are also extremely tactile and her titles thoughtful, awakening the viewer’s sensory and logical memories. For instance, Paschke often titles her work with names of cities, whether imaginary or concrete. Sikri is the namesake of an ancient abandoned city in India known for its Mughal architectural style which is a conglomeration of Indian, Persian, and Islamic architecture.

Paschke received her BFA (1983) from the University of California at Santa Cruz, a second BFA (1996) in Ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute, and her MFA (1999) from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. Solo exhibitions of her work include the Chazan Gallery at Wheeler School and the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University, both in Providence, Rhode Island, and Toomey-Tourell Fine Art in San Francisco, California.

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