Murals by Amy Ellingson seen at San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco - Untitled (Large Variation)
Murals by Amy Ellingson seen at San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco - Untitled (Large Variation)

Untitled (Large Variation)

Untitled (Large Variation) at Terminal 3, San Francisco International Airport is a 1100 square foot ceramic mosaic mural that suggests movement and transformation through color, geometry, repetition, scale, and spatial illusion. Ellingson’s practice is a synergy between digital media and the hand-made object. Typically, she uses graphics software to create multilayered compositions of great complexity that are translated into physical form using traditional painting media. All of her imagery, whether geometrically intact or abstracted and chaotic, is comprised of a vocabulary of simple forms that are digitally manipulated. Here she has realized her virtual design as a mosaic mural of commanding physical presence.

Meet the Creator

"Amy Ellingson’s work has been exhibited nationally and in Tokyo, Japan. She is the recipient of the Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Fellowship and the Artadia Grant to Individual Artists and has been awarded fellowships at the MacDowell Colony, the Ucross Foundation, and the Civitella Ranieri Foundation. Group exhibitions include Unfamiliar Again: Contemporary Women Abstractionists at the Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University; Bay Area Now 3 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; Neo Mod: Recent Northern California Abstraction at the Crocker Art Museum; and Nineteen Going on Twenty: Recent Acquisitions from the Collection at The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu."

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