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Overview
Jill O'Bryan (b. 1956, Chicago, IL) is an artist whose practice lives between meditation and aesthetics. Though the artist's practice initially centered painting, a fruitful love affair with the tranquility of Southwestern landscapes combined with a diligent practice of mindfulness has enabled O'Bryan to expand into works both 2D and sculptural that examine the place of breath and the body in relation to the natural world.
 
O'Bryan has exhibited internationally at spaces like the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente in Segovia, Spain and Galerie Annick Ketele in Antwerp, Belgium among numerous others. The artist has also shown extensively in New Mexico through institutions including the New Mexico Museum of Art, Center for Contemporary Art and Mayeur Projects. Her work is also housed in the permanent collections of institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum, National Gallery of Art, and the Davis Museum at Wellesley College.
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