This mixed media piece ponders how complete ideas and structures come into being. The gestures and textures in this work hint at a subject that apprears to be simultaneously forming and disappearing. For the artist, this represents the subjective nature of reality and how looking closely can reveal unknowns as well as new facts and ideas.
Yavelow is a mixed media artist currently based in Lambertville, NJ. She has
shown throughout NJ, PA, and NY since 2010, and received a BA from Bard
College in 2014. Yavelow has also studied at the New York Studio School. She
was awarded a Visual Artist Fellowship from the Edward F. Albee Foundation in
2015. Her work centers on conceptual and process based drawings, sculptures,
and installations that explore creation, destruction, context, process, and form,
with inspiration from astro-physics and metaphysics.
Yavelow has also taught visual art since 2015 and is an emerging curator, having curated group shows at West Windsor Arts Center and Tulpehaking Nature Center.
Yavelow has shown at venues including New Hope Arts, Spillway Collective, The Project Rooms, and The Trenton City Museum, and has shown performance work created with Darcy Lyons of Lyons and Tigers dance company at The Iron Factory in Philadelphia, PA.