Esther Pearl Watson, ‘Car Engine was hanging and Saucer was Folded’, 2017, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions: Benefit Auction 2017
Esther Pearl Watson, ‘Car Engine was hanging and Saucer was Folded’, 2017, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions: Benefit Auction 2017

Framed: 14 x 11 in.

Esther's paintings and recent sculptures are based on memories of growing up in Texas with an eccentric father who built giant metal flying saucers in the front yard. Her paintings are often overtly narrative, clear but mysterious scenes of houses or figures ornamented with snippets of prose telling just enough to get the viewer’s own imagination engaged. Watson grew up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, earned her BFA from Art Center College of Design and an MFA from CalArts. Her text-driven, faux-naive paintings have been exhibited world wide, including the Oakland Museum of California and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.
Courtesy of LACE

About Esther Pearl Watson

b. 1973, Frankfurt, Germany, based in Los Angeles, CA, United States

Solo Shows on Artsy

2016
Esther Pearl Watson | GALACTIC PLAINS, Gregorio Escalante Gallery, Los Angeles