Allison Hyde’s recent work is featured in the “Small Pleasures Invitational” Group Exhibition at the Jacobs Gallery, in Eugene, Oregon
On view from November 30th – January 18th
Opening Reception of “Small Pleasures”: Friday, December 6th from 5:30-8:00 p.m.
ARTICLE - Sami Edge at the Eugene Emerald interviews Allison Hyde, as LaVerne Krause Gallery Director: “Displaying the best of what students have to offer at the LaVerne Krause Gallery”
The article features the importance of student art exhibitions within the art department at the University of Oregon.
1078 Gallery & Janet Turner Print Museum Solo Exhibition, California State University Chico, CA
New work by Allison Hyde is featured at two simultaneous exhibitions in Chico, California.
On view from March 9 – April 11th 2013
Opening reception of “Echo” at the 1078 Gallery: Saturday, March 9th 5-7 p.m., with artist talk at 6 p.m.
Closing reception at the Janet Turner Print Museum: Thursday, April 11th
Form/Space Atelier, Seattle – Of Recollection and Collection
Hyde’s recent installation work titled Of Recollection and Collection will be on view at Form/Space Atelier in Belltown, Seattle through October 6th, 2012.
The installation investigates ideas of memory and recollection, in reference to familiarity of domestic interiors and the history of the photograph. Her work seeks to illicit a conversation with the viewer about desire for preservation of self-identity, our physical and psychological connections to spaces and objects, and about individual and collective experiences of memory. Of Recollection and Collection also references site-specifically Form/Space Atelier’s most salient feature – the majestic stairwell.
Tacoma News Tribune Biennial Review – New Art Familiar Themes:
“The highlight of the Biennial is the jumble of burned furniture in the inner courtyard. An homage to a home destroyed by fire, Allison Hyde’s “Mourning the Ephemeral” combines the surreal (chairs, tables and piano improbably stacked on the stone curves of the “Wave”) with the heartbreakingly real: the dark brown, fire-gutted fragments of someone’s life. It’s a beautiful summing up of what art can do in exactly the right place – in this case, a not-so-traditional museum.” - Rosemary Ponnekanti
Inside Out Art Award Winner!
Allison Hyde was honored to be selected as a winner of the Seattle Print Arts’ Inside Out Art Award. She will be creating a large scale relief print project that will be installed in a gallery in Seattle within the next year. More updates to come soon!