Vanessa Marsh

The Sun Beneath the Sky
July 9 — August 29, 2020

Dolby Chadwick Gallery is pleased to announce The Sun Beneath the Sky, an exhibition of new work by Vanessa Marsh.… read more

Arches 2, 2016

Vanessa Marsh

April 6 — 29, 2017

Dolby Chadwick Gallery is pleased to announce “Falling,” an exhibition of new work by Vanessa Marsh opening April 6, 2017. Marsh takes geologic and cosmological time as her subject, creating atmospheric, otherworldly landscapes through a process rooted in both painting and photographic techniques.… read more

Landscape 7, 2014

Vanessa Marsh

Everywhere All at Once
February 5 — 28, 2015

Dolby Chadwick Gallery is pleased to announce “Everywhere All at Once,” an exhibition of work by Bay Area–artist Vanessa Marsh. This presentation will feature, among other works, a new series of landscapes distinguished as much by their pared-down, graphic aesthetic—which she achieves by harnessing photogramic techniques—as they are by their mysterious, dream-like moods. In some works, space is articulated by layering multiple two-dimensional planes, or what Marsh likens to independent, freely-moving tectonic plates. For example, the silhouettes of a palm tree and electrical wires and poles in the foreground of Landscape #5 are articulated in opaque black, while modern-day windmills lining the hills in the background comprise a second layer that is rendered in a lighter grey. Other landscapes dramatically collapse depth by utilizing a single plane, such as Landscape #7, which depicts crisscrossing strands of pennant flags at close range. All of the landscapes in this series—also titled “Everywhere All at Once”—are set against the same vast night sky, punctuated by stars whose diffuse light makes them appear to almost glow.… read more

Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Apocalipsis II

Vanessa Marsh

Black & White
October 6 — 29, 2011

Dolby Chadwick Gallery is pleased to announce BLACK AND WHITE, a group show featuring art by Paul Chojnowski, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, David Gibson, Katina Huston, Jenifer Kent, Vanessa Marsh, Gay Outlaw, and Rob Tarbell. As suggested by the show’s title, the photography, etchings, and works on paper presented in this exhibition are all rendered in black, white, and tonal values. While this shared feature unifies the diverse grouping at the visual level, it is the use of alternative materials, processes, and concepts that provides the show with its organizing structure.… read more

House, 2004

Vanessa Marsh

The Space Between
August 4 — 27, 2011

The Space Between, an exhibition of photographs from Vanessa Marsh’s
Always Close But Never Touching series, addresses the relationships between phenomena such as experience and memory, reality and imagination, and past and present. For Marsh, the act of taking in and processing the world… read more