By Constance Mallinson
By Peter Frank
Huffington Post Arts – Yvette Gellis determines an unsettling condition in her paintings, one in which a clearly urban environment becomes so taken up by its own dynamism that it begins to disintegrate.
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By Mudrona Musings
Torrance Art Museum – With architectural hints receding into a radiant abstract space beyond the picture plane, Yvette Gellis’ Ascension immediately grabbed my attention as I entered the gallery.
By Lita Albuquerque
In Bed Together – I have chosen Yvette Gellis for the power that she evokes in her painting. I was taken by the confidence and force of Yvette’s brush marks, coming out of abstract expressionism yet evoking a complex interplay of contradictory marks reflecting a contemporary mood.
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By Bonnie Gretzner
Newsline PMA; January 13,2011 – The front of the 18th Street Arts Center, where Los Angeles, Calif.-based artist Yvette Gellis is in residence, will be wrapped with imagery created from the combined works of two masters of artistic space.
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Open Water – Korean artist Han Sungpil and Los Angeles based artist Yvette Gellis intend to suck you into the seascape as they take over 18th Street Arts Center.
By Constance Mallison
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