ART UNDER $1000: GIVE THE GIFT OF ART THIS SEASON

UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN at The Untitled Space Gallery

Give the timeless gift of art this holiday season with our roundup of works under $1000 by a range of artists from Fahren Feingold to Katie Commodore to Agent X. Whether for the aspiring collector in your life or a friend looking to spruce up a living space, these pieces are entirely unique solutions to any holiday shopping dilemma.

“PURTY MOUTH,” MARY THEINERT

2013. Watercolor, pen and ink. 11 × 9 × 1 in.

$500

A native of Shelter Island and graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, Mary Theinert creates intricate, multimedia works, often with images of conventionally beautiful women that she refers to as “objectified ladies.” Each of her pieces are unique and hand constructed from start to finish using traditional materials and techniques—she begins with a concept sketch that becomes a precise line drawing later transferred onto Arches watercolor paper. After the sketch is transferred, she places her background watercolor wash followed by acrylic paint. The final step is hand applied dip pen and ink line work. Theinert’s work was featured in two Untitled Space exhibitions, “SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on Erotica” and “UPRISE.”

“WASTED MOMENTS,” FAHREN FEINGOLD

2017. Watercolor on paper. 12 × 9 in. 30.5 × 22.9 cm. Official artist stamp on verso.

$950

Los Angeles native Fahren Feingold moved to New York at the age of seventeen to study illustration at the Parsons School of Design. After earning her BFA between Parsons and Glasgow School of Art, she moved between both coasts designing for Ralph Lauren, Nicole Miller, J.Crew and L’agence, among others. Currently, Feingold is pursuing her dream of painting and illustration with ethereal watercolors. Feingold was commissioned by Nick Knight to illustrate the collections of Paris Fashion Week Fall 2016 for ShowStudio. She recently had a solo show at The Untitled Space and her work has also been featured in exhibitions “SECRET GARDEN: The Female Gaze on Erotica,” “UPRISE,” and “LIFEFORCE.”

“EMOTIONAL CABINET OF CURIOSITIES (LIMITED EDITION),” FAHREN FEINGOLD

Giclée print on museum archival matte paper. 14 × 11 in. Edition 2/6 + 1AP. Signed on verso and includes official signed, numbered, and dated label.

$450.

“TIGER LILY” LAUREN RINALDI

Ballpoint pen on paper, framed. 8.5 × 5.5 in. Signed on recto.

$400

Born in Brooklyn, Lauren Rinaldi received her BFA in painting from Tyler School of Art in 2006. She is represented by Paradigm Gallery + Studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and currently resides there. Her work inhabits the space where objectification, female power and sexual empowerment intersect and blur. She uses oil paintings and mixed media drawings and sketches as vehicles to explore ideas about intimacy, gaze, body image, sexuality and self-identity. She looks to the women in her life for inspiration and works to weave their experiences with her own to create a shared narrative.

“ARRANGE” LAUREN RINALDI

Ballpoint pen on paper, framed. 8.5 × 5.5 in. Signed on recto.

$400

“FLOW/TTING LAVENDER CLEANSE,” ELISA GARCIA DE LA HUERTA

35mm film photography. Museum archival framed c-print.

$950

Elisa Garcia de la Huerta was born in Santiago, Chile and received her BFA at Universidad Finis Terrae, Chile in 2006. In 2008, she received the Chilean National Scholarship to do her Master in Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts and received her MFA there in 2011. She currently lives in New York City where she develops her interdisciplinary art practice independently and as a member of the feminist art performance collective The Push Pops. She is a self-described gender-bender multi/interdisciplinary experimental performance and social practice based artist.

“PROTEST (SKETCH),” INDIRA CESARINE

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