Meredith Moles is a visual artist interested in perception, space, and location.
Meredith’s current work features urban sketches in watercolor and ink, and paintings in gouache and casein. Her stairway series follows the tradition of David Hockney in exploring how to express the perceived, four-dimensional environment on a two-dimensional surface. Much of her work explores the joys of life in the San Francisco Bay Area, with its hills, parks, coffee shops, breweries, and quirky/charming/gritty/fascinating neighborhoods. A sense of playfulness and fun runs through her work.
2021 – Arts Benicia, That Which Surrounds You, online. Juror: Asya Abdrahman, curator for Pro Arts Gallery and Alena Museum
2020 – Marin Society of Artists, Artist’s Vision, San Rafael, CA. Juror: Carol Tarzier, Professor, Academy of Art College in San Francisco and City College of San Francisco
2019 – Niza Knoll Gallery, Women’s Caucus for Art/Colorado Chapter, Passage, Denver, CO. Juror: Gwen Chanzit, Curator Emerita at the Denver Art Museum
2022 – STUDIO Gallery, City Streets, San Francisco, CA
2022 – LightSpaceTime, 12th Annual Cityscapes exhibition, online – Special Merit Award
2021 – JCO’s Art Haus, Affordable Art Show: Everything Good in the World, Los Gatos, CA
2021 – LightSpaceTime, 11th Annual Cityscapes exhibition, online
2020 – LightSpaceTime, 10th Annual Cityscapes exhibition, online
2019 – ArtVale Gallery, ArtVale Imagined, Oakland, CA
2018 – Winner, James Gurney’s Paint a Parking Lot Challenge