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"Invisible 1"

July 7, 2021 to October 10, 2021

During the pandemic I, like everyone else, circled the wagons and stayed home. I am fortunate that I have a splendid studio in which to work and that enabled me to take a long uninterrupted look at making images about solitude and how I saw the bare bones of things.

Imminent Mysteries

October 10, 2019 to December 12, 2019

Peggy Fox and Janet Wittenberg at The Center for American Physics

opening Tuesday October 29, 2019 5:30 - 7:30

1 Physics Ellipse Drive, College Park, MD

In Imminent Mysteries, artists Peggy Fox and Janet Wittenberg probe ephemeral phenomena and underlying forces of the physical world around us in search of connections and unifying threads. Through an array of mixed media paintings, prints and glass sculptures, they forge dynamic visual bridges between the invisible and visible as well as the known and unknown. With perpetual change as a guiding paradigm, the works make manifest the power of now, a hidden reservoir of untold potential and imminent fragility.

Review of "Particles All" in DC's Hill Rag

June 6, 2013

Jim Magner of DC's Hill Rag writes of Peggy's most recent exhibition there:

"These images exist outside of time. They offer themselves as thoughts that resonate in the universe of theories – the explanations of what, not why. In her latest series, “Particles,” Peggy Fox does not illustrate the concepts and terms of physics, she only lets them connect with her visual ideas, pairing up in the singularity of art and photography where the rules are rewritten in a personal way."

See more here: http://www.capitalcommunitynews.com/content/art-and-city-2

photo: portrait by Jack Radcliffe

Peggy Fox's "Particles" at Hill Center

May 5, 2013 to June 6, 2013

Hill Center Galleries hosts the work of six featured artists and six continuing artists during a new exhibition that runs through June 22, 2013. Hill Center will host a Reception with the Artists at 6 p.m. on May 15, 2013.

Ranging from painting, photography, watercolor and more, the artists offer variety of artwork that ranges in topic from baseball to science and physics to flowers.

Peggy Fox brings her series “Particles” to Hill Center. Fox exchanges a career in photography for a rekindled interest in abstraction and exploration of the point where physics and eastern philosophy intersect. Many of her pieces feature transparency mounted on metal.

“These images, particles, or pearls tossed across the cosmos, wonderlands of theoretical poetry, are an attempt to translate theory into poetic imagery,” says Fox. “These images are not illustrations; rather they explore statements such as ‘quantum theory is based on the idea that probability plays a governing role in the universe’ or ‘there is no such thing as absolute time.’”

More info: http://hillcenterdc.org/home/exhibitions/1336

"Further Reflections" at David Simpson Gallery

October 10, 2012 to December 12, 2012

Curated by Allison Dickinson. A selection of 16 of Peggy Fox's works on aluminum.

At David Simpson Gallery, Hunt Valley MD.

David Simpson Gallery

"Tendencies to Exist" at Atlantic Gallery, NYC

February 2, 2012 to March 3, 2012

Tendencies to Exist - A Query into the Poetics of Physics Theories
Photographs & Mixed Media on Aluminum

Opening Reception: Thursday March 1, 6-8 pm
Closing Reception: Saturday March 17, 6-8 pm

At Atlantic Gallery
135 West 29th, Suite 601
New York, NY 10001 (212) 219-3183

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