Gail Resen

Over many years, Gail Resen has pursued the exploration of her art through the manipulation of fiber and textile materials. From early works of loom woven sculpture to recent off-loom, cut, painted and manipulated canvas constructions she has steadfastly maintained her interest in the development of the aesthetic possibilities of this medium. As a result, her work has become uniquely personal and has been described as redefining the terms “drawing” and “painting”. In a series titled Lightplay, she has produced over one hundred wall units each a different canvas constructed pattern. Each is painted white in order to enhance the strength of the resulting surface shadows. When hung together, these Modernist Design inspired works engage the viewer by their lively variety and rhythmic interplay. Currently, in another series, she is creating vibrant, highly chromatic, visually kinetic works. These square and rectangular, varied sized wall reliefs, connect the viewer through motion as they appear to change depending upon the angle from which they are viewed.

“I enjoy working back and forth between the white and color works. One is the study of light and surface, the other series, a study in form and color interaction. Each series has its own challenges and solutions. Each, I find intellectually and visually stimulating as well as responsive to the poetic and meditative qualities that I desire.”

A recipient of a NY Foundation for the Arts grant and several Anni and Josef Albers Foundation Residency. Ms. Resen’s work has been exhibited in museums and exhibitions throughout the United States.


One and Two Person Exhibitions

2013 Bendheim Gallery; Greenwich Arts Council

2008 Flinn Gallery; “Counterpoint”; Greenwich, CT.

2007 Anelle Gandelman Gallery; Larchmont, N.Y.

1997 Pelisier Gallery; Greenwich, CT.

Group Exhibition

2012-2014- 9 X 9 X 3 New Visions; NY, NY. National traveling

exhibition ; Curator: Janet Koplos


Neuberger Museum of Art; Works on Paper Auction &

Exhibition: Purchase, N.Y.

2007 Phoenix Gallery: NY, NY.


Greenwich Arts Council: “ Art to the Avenue”

Greenwich, CT.

2006 Silvermine Gallery “Art of the Northeast”; Sculpture Award ;

New Canaan, CT.

2005 The Arts Exchange; “Elegant & Edgy”;

Westchester Council for the Arts; White Plains, NY.

2004 New Arts Gallery; Litchfield, CT.

2003 Wesport Arts Center; Westport, CT.

“The Common Thread” 1-2/03

“Word/Image” 11-12/03

2003 Rye Arts Center: Rye NY.

2002 New Arts Gallery; Litchfield, CT.

2000 Neuberger Museum of Art; Artist’s Boxes Exhibition and

Auction; Purchase, NY

Grants & Residencies

2013 Josef & Anni Albers Foundation: Artist in Residence.

Selected Commissions

Lord & Taylor; Burlington, MA.

AIG-American International Group; NY,NY.

Art Placement International; NY,NY.

Beach Point Club; Mamaroneck, NY.

The Durst Corporation; NY,NY.

Edwards & Angel; NY,NY.

Carol Groh & Don Smith; West Palm Beach FL.

Mr. & Mrs Robt. Henriques; Annasquam, MA.

Mr.&Mrs Douglas Fischer; Pound Ridge, NY.

IBM; Danbury, CT.

Mrs. Sherry Jackoboice; Charleston, SC.

Martin Kuckly Interiors; NY,NY.

Andrew Mitchell,; Stamford, CT.

Linda Blair Interiors; Scarsdale, NY.

Price/Spira; Larchmont, NY.

Siegelgale; NY, NY.

J.P. Singer; Old Greenwich, CT

Tiffany & Co.: Short HIlls, N.J.

Mrs. Diane Wren; Greenwich, CT.

W Resort Hotel: Singapore

Selected Public and Private Collections

Bank of America Great Northern Nekossa

Celeste & Armand Bartos Thomas O’Brien

Nataly & Toby Ritter

Reuben H. Donnelley NBW

Mrs. Mary Ann Evans Schenectady Museum of Art

Helio Fred Garcia Ruth Kaufman

Charles Harbutt BDO Siedman

HIP Gloria & Alan Siegel

IBM Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Singer

Integrated Resources Skadden, Arps

Mr & Mrs. Leonard Marx Mr. & Mrs. Tony Spaeth, Jr.