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Maggie Evans  Savannah, GA

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About Maggie

Maggie Evans was born in Denton, Texas, in 1980. She received a BFA in illustration from Utah State University in 2003 and an MFA in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2007.

Using charcoal and paper and no reference material, Evans’s most recent series of drawings explore the grittiness of various bars in Georgia and South Carolina. The drawings are based on her experience of performing in these venues as a bassist in a blues band.

Her work has been exhibited in group and solo shows across the United States and she was awarded the Graduate Fellows Award from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005.

Beside her visual art practice, she regularly performs bass and vocals with the Silver Lining, David Lugo and Latin Jazz Motion, and the Hitman Blues Band.

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"amazing is all i can say"

"at first thought they were B&W photographs - amazing.RABIN"

"Oh!, this is amazing. It makes me want to see what is behind those doors."

"for me, a waiting room (the waiting room of life, for those of us who choose to let life pass us by take a seat, or choose to go through one of the open doors of possibilities...very good!"

"different. ... very,very different."

"I haven't been pulled to comment in a long time. This is a spectacular vision very similar to one I frequently have in dreaming. For me - a metaphor of life. Thank you, Maggie!"

"Maggie,A great and classic art. It is very fine. I'd bet the chinese would give you a gold star just for it's representation, of the "chain of command"."

"I love the abstract...especially in grays and slightly askewed vision. Wonderful."

"this is awesome, like something from a nightmare, but beautiful at the same time. Like coffee, but better."

"Very nice ambiguity of visual densities and visual traveling. More experiential than referential, everything taken care of in the composition and in regard to the surface. Impressive."

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