Mallory Page

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<b>Makes You Better Somehow</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 48x50 inches<br>$7000
Makes You Better Somehow

<b>Nothing and Everything Was New</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 48x50 inches<br>$7000
Nothing and Everything Was New

<b>We laughed, We danced, We drank everything</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 72x60 inches<br>$12000
We laughed, We danced, We drank everything

<b>She Favolosa</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 72x72 inches<br>$15000
She Favolosa

<b>There Was Only Time For Fantasy</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 48x48 inches<br>$7000
There Was Only Time For Fantasy

<b>We Knew We Had Done Well, Even Though We Lost Each Other</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 36x36 inches<br>$4000
We Knew We Had Done Well, Even Though We Lost Each Other

<b>Madame Everything</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 72x60 inches<br>$12000
Madame Everything

<b>Bon Bon II</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 18x28 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Bon Bon II

<b>Bon Bon III</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 18x28 inches<br>$2200
Bon Bon III

<b>Clandestine Lilypad</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 47x58 inches<br>$7500
Clandestine Lilypad

<b>Green</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x30 inches<br><i>sold</i>

<b>Mother Venus 3</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 50x32 inches<br>$5000
Mother Venus 3

<b>I Wished For Magic</b>, 2016<br>Acrylic on canvas, 60x60 inches<br>$9500
I Wished For Magic

<b>She Dreamed of Desert Light</b>, 2014<br>Acrylic on canvas, 60x60 inches<br>$9000
She Dreamed of Desert Light

You can view a virtual tour of Mallory's September 2015 show here and her April 2014 show here.

This latest body of paintings by Mallory Page plays heavily with neutral colors balanced with richly hued paintings that are categorized by the artist as her celebration sensory. While Page’s work and color inspiration comes from a place of simplicity the context of the body as a whole contains an underlying theme of the unexplained celebration in periods of a lifetime.

Some canvas feels effortlessly perfected while others are much more muddled and raw than previous work. “I am headed somewhere different- somewhere much more focused on simplicity and reality. I chose the word celebration because it leaves a lot of ambiguity on the table- you can celebrate almost anything. In fact, some sentiments can seem perfectly lovely but actually have a very twisted reality. I am more or less sugar coating a less sugar coated version of myself. It’s bittersweet."

Mallory's work is in public and private collections throughout the United States. In 2010, the artist opened her Julia Street Studio in the New Orleans Arts District. Where she continues to challenge herself to larger scale canvases.


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