The exhibition features recent and never-before seen large-scale works by Nellie King Solomon that use abstraction and realism to tell stories, resulting in experiential paintings. Additionally, one of the featured artworks was created specifically for “Outside the Frame” during the COVID-19 pandemic. In lieu of canvas and brushes, King Solomon paints on the sharp industrial material of Mylar, using custom wood and glass tools for pulling the paint around in sweeping, gestural marks. Bold colors and unusual materials, like asphalt, swirl about, captivating the senses and revealing the tension between spontaneity and rigor at work in her practice.

7374 E. Second St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Admission
$10 adults, $7 students, seniors (65+) and veterans; free for members and children under 15, Free every Thursday and every second Saturday of the month.
Recurring daily
Museum Hours