Melinda Laszczynski is an interdisciplinary artist working from a painting and collage background. She often uses found materials and objects, like lenticular prints, and is partial to the shiny, bright, and absurd. Her studio practice is playful, tactile, and reflective of contemporary experiences. She currently lives and works in Houston, Texas and was raised in Cleveland, Ohio.
I currently do not have gallery representation. Some of my work is available through Galleri Urbane in Dallas, TX and Cardoza Fine Art in Houston, TX. Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing work or have a question, through the contact link above.
News and Upcoming Exhibitions
Upcoming Exhibition: Texas Artists: Women of Abstraction, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX. On view from February 3- May 8, 2022.
I am a Spring 2021 resident at the Printing Museum! Check out the announcement here: printingmuseum.org/news/announcing-the-spring-2021-artists-in-residence/
My ceramic sculpture "Jungle Wave" is available through the Lawndale Lending Library at Lawndale Art Center! The silent auction is on December 13, 2020 and information can be found here: lawndaleartcenter.org/event/sunday-brunch-with-lawndale-3/
I'm taking over the CAMH (Contemporary Art Museum of Houston) instagram! Check it out here: www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17858483048208083/
The Gallery at UTA, Arlington, TX
An exhibition featuring three Texas artists, Melinda Laszczynski (Houston), Chris Powell (Fort Worth), and Fred Spaulding (Santa Fe, NM/Arlington) on view at the University of Texas at Arlington from March 2-April 4, 2020.
When the Wind Comes Right Behind the Rain
Point of Contact Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St., Syracuse, NY
“When the Wind Comes Right Behind the Rain” is an exhibition of eight artists: Rebecca Aloisio, Patti Capaldi, Jennifer Paige Cohen, Melinda Laszcynski, Fabian Maraccio, Paul O’Keefe, Bret Shirley and Sarah Sutton. Paul Wilson, associate professor of art history at Ithaca College, ascribes the collective artwork as evidence of human influence to the Earth. This is through the form and content of painting, sculptures and prints, which are “witnesses to our own extinction.”
Opening Reception: Friday, October 25, 6-8 PM
Drawing upon shared painterly interests in material and space, Earthly Delights pairs the work of Terry Suprean and Melinda Laszczynski. The exhibition is comprised of new small paintings and drawings from each artist that address the notion of landscape in different ways.
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 7, 2019 5-8 PM
Following the opening a Sound Performance curated by Gerritt Wittmer will take place from 8:30-9:00 featuring Simon Whethem.
Location: Arc House - 1008 Edwards, Houston, TX 77007
There's no Basement at the Alamo, Reinberger Gallery, Cleveland, OH: opening reception July 12