Pop Up Show 2017
Kristina Knipe, Whitney's 26th Birthday, 37" x 44.5" (framed), archival inkjet print, ed. of 5
Kristina Knipe, Nike in Ostara Costume at Dawn, 41.5" x 50.5" (framed), archival inkjet print, ed. of 5
Kristina Knipe, Angel's Trumpets, 37" x 44.5" (framed), archival inkjet print, ed. of 5
Kristina Knipe, Antony and Seven Swans, 41.5" x 50.5" (framed), archival inkjet print, ed. of 5
Kristina Knipe, Four of Cups Idle Hands, 37" x 44.5" (framed), archival inkjet print, ed. of 5
Erica Lambertson, Leah, 2016, oil on canvas, 40" x 70"
Lamberston_on the levee
Erica Lambertson, On The Levee, 2015, oil on canvas, 60" x 60"
Erica Lambertson, Jungle, 2015, oil on canvas, 15" x 18"
Erica Lambertson, oil on canvas
Erica Lambertson, oil on canvas
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 1, Ink on illustration board, 12" x 9"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 2, Ink on illustration board, 12" x 9"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 3, Ink and watercolor on illustration board, 24" x 18"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 4, Ink and linocut printing on illustration board, 12" x 9"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 5, Ink on illustration board, 12" x 9"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 6, Ink on illustration board, 17" x 11"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 7, Ink on illustration board, 17" x 11"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 8, Watercolor and ink on illustration board, 12" x 9"
Maggie Lloyd, Untitled No. 9, Watercolor and ink on illustration board, 12" x 9"

Artist Info

Kristina Knipe
If You Go Down the Hall
In this work, I layer textures, objects, and bodies in order to create visually opulent images that have a sense of sacredness as well as ripe decay. The Tarot, an intensely coded and tactile system of archetypes and symbols, reveals links between physical, emotional and spiritual states of being. Using the Tarot as a source, I construct my own conceptions of myth. Photographing objects with the same care as the individuals in the frame I ask questions about objectification, the body, and the relationship between sensuality and spirituality. At times I isolate specific parts of the body and surround the body with precious objects, with the intent to transform these constructions into talismans. There is tension between the ephemerality of the constructions and the false sense of elongated time that is created with the image.

Erica Lambertson
Erica Lambertson’s paintings are drawn directly from her day-to-day life in southern Louisiana: lush subtropical landscapes, torrential summer rains, thick humid air and the decay it brings, the swamp. Erica works with a vivid and harsh palette that reflects the intensity of her surroundings. Light and gesture fuel narratives that can be dramatic and moody or sometimes pensive and dreamy. Many paintings come from reoccurring dreams or half realized memories, sometimes stories that have been told several times by close friends or family members become paintings.
Erica has studied at numerous institutions, including the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art, the Center for Art and Culture in Aix en Provence, the University of New Orleans, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago before resettling in New Orleans in 2009. She currently lives and works out of studio uptown.

Maggie Lloyd
Lloyd is an artist probably succumbing to self-diagnosed early on-set arthritis and hoarding micron pens in New Orleans. Originally from Newport Rhode Island, Maggie Lloyd graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a BA in Growth and Structure of Cities. An interdisciplinary major, she researched topics in urban planning, economics and architectural design. She moved to Nola to attend the Tulane School of Architecture. While at Tulane, Maggie’s independent research has been with materiality and the use of material decomposition as design. Her interests and art examine this process of decay – and how attrition can create elaborate textures and expressions beyond the process itself.