Winter Spring
Winter Spring

48x30in mixed media on panel $3500

Winner Takes All
Winner Takes All

36x36in mixed media on panel $3200

Alchemist by Day
Alchemist by Day

30x30in mixed media on panel $2400

Greener Pastures
Greener Pastures

24x36in mixed media on panel $2400

Salt Water Tonic
Salt Water Tonic

24x24in mixed media on panel $1900

Steak Dinner
Steak Dinner

12x12in mixed media on panel $900

Limelight
Limelight

12x12in mixed media on panel $900

Cubano
Cubano

12x12in mixed media on panel $900

Special Delivery
Special Delivery

24x36in mixed media on panel $2400

2014
2014
Colossal
Colossal

36x48in mixed media on panel $4700 framed

MP23
MP23

23in x 21in work on paper $1100framed

MP24
MP24

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

Lamb in a China Shop
Lamb in a China Shop

18x24in mixed media on panel $1700

MP22
MP22

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

mp13
mp13

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

MP11
MP11

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

MP8
MP8

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

MP6
MP6

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

MP 2
MP 2

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

MP 1
MP 1

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

Amsterdam
Amsterdam

24x48in mixed media on panel $2700

MP 4
MP 4

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

MP 7
MP 7

23in x 21in work on paper $1100 framed

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MARS AND PONY

BIO

 

The pursuit of art is often an antisocial one. An artist has a singular voice and the purpose of their art is to express a singular idea. With that being said, art is nebulous. The rules associated with that singular pursuit can be set aside to allow the viewer to meet Gretchen Gammell and Amy Spassov where they met each other; on common imaginative ground.

Mars and Pony is the collective name of this duo’s mixed-media works and the culmination of four years spent collaborating on a shared voice. The work is a dialogue of mutual inspiration and challenges. By relinquishing control and ego, their joint trust in one another allows a new voice to emerge. Together, these artists blur the line between where a painting begins and finally comes to completion.