Majestic Space: Winter Rusiloski

10 May - 16 June 2018

In his essay on Winter Rusiloski’s current body of work, Dr. Scott Robinson writes, “These dynamic surfaces are epic journeys through majestic spaces. Each voyage is signified by endless horizons intersected by lightening marks, passages of eternity balanced by ephemeral moments of present, near space reaching toward vast distances, palpable surface textures dissolving in and out of ethereal mists. Every canvas is a poesis of mark making that draws from the primordial smudges found on a cave wall to pieces of the moment here, right now, and all that moves in between.“  Explore Winter Rusiloski’s poetic landscapes in Majestic Space, a new exhibition at Artspace111.


Artist Bio | Winter Rusiloski was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and grew up in a rural setting outside of the city. Rusiloski earned a BFA in Painting and Related Arts-Dance at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. During her final year, she studied abroad in Cortona, Italy with the University of Georgia. She earned an MFA in Painting with a fellowship award at Texas Christian University and once again studied abroad at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest. Rusiloski joined the Baylor University Department of Art in the fall of 2016.


Winter Rusiloski has exhibited nationally, internationally and is in numerous public and private collections throughout the United States. Her exhibition highlights include: The Texas Biennial 2009, three-time Hunting Art Prize Finalist in Houston, Texas Paint Part 2-Out of Abstraction, a survey of Abstract Art in Texas at the Arlington Museum of Art, The Texas Oklahoma Art Prize at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art and The 30th September Competition at the Alexandria Museum of Art. Rusiloski’s work was also included in international exhibitions and publications including Studio Visit Magazine, Dallas Art Fair, and Art Santa Fe. Artspace 111 in Fort Worth, Texas and Mary Tomas Gallery in Dallas, Texas represent her work. She, her husband and five daughters live in West, Texas.