InLiquid presents the work of three artist members at Select Fair Miami. Intimate interiors by Constance Culpepper and intimate inner thoughts by fiber artist Melissa Maddonni Haims explore deep colors and deeper connections. Donna Quinn’s homescapes, distant in time and space, question memory and personal ties. Together the work weaves an uneasy balance between belonging and abandonment, self-knowledge and absolute absence.
Constance Culpepper Constance Culpepper is a Philadelphia based painter. Her collective work is a study in domesticity and the commonalities of personal experience. Currently, she is the Co-Director of 3rd Street Gallery in Philadelphia, where her work has been included in group and solo exhibitions. In 2014, Hyland Magazine spotlighted her work in the article, “Constance Culpepper – Painting Interior Fascinations.” A featured artist at Select Fair Art Basel Miami 2013 and 2014, a collection of her paintings will also be exhibited in the Mitchell Gallery at the Englewood Art Center in Sarasota, Florida in March 2015.
Melissa Maddonni Haims Melissa Maddonni Haims is a fiber artist based in Philadelphia. She creates soft sculpture, large-scale installations and graffiti with yarn. Her career in the arts began in New York City in the mid 1990s, and life led her back home to Philadelphia in 2004, where she lives with her husband and young daughter. Her award winning work has been shown in galleries, museums and contemporary art fairs throughout the United States. She has been yarn bombing internationally since 2010.
Donna Quinn Donna Quinn has been painting professionally since the 1990s and has exhibited throughout the United States. She has been the recipient of several grants and awards and her work is held in numerous private collections. Ms. Quinn is also represented by Rosenfeld Gallery in Philadelphia, where she lives.