L I N E A G E | Tom Lieber & Lila Roo Lieber

December 2018

Opening Reception:

28 December 5:00-8:00 pm

Tom Lieber
Gold Intersect
oil and gesso on canvas
60” x 48”
2018

$ 32,000.

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Tom Lieber
Red Chasm
oil and gesso on canvas
48” x 48”
2018

$ 24,000.

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Tom Lieber
Intersect Blue
oil and gesso on canvas
48” x 48”
2018

$ 24,000.

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Tom Lieber
Crossing
oil and gesso on canvas
48” x 36”
2018

$ 18,000.

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Tom Lieber
Spring Sprout
oil and gesso on canvas
40” x 40”
2018

$ 18,000.

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Tom Lieber
Small Blue Drop
oil and gesso on canvas
48" x 36"
2018
$ 18,000.

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Tom Lieber
Three Points
oil and gesso on canvas
48” x 36”
2018

$ 18,000.

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Tom Lieber
Double
oil and gesso on canvas
87" x 72"
2016
$ 67,000.
 
Tom Lieber
Long Blue Settle
oil and gesso on canvas
36" x 72"
2016
$ 30,000.
 
Tom Lieber
Turquoise Blink
oil and gesso on canvas
30" x 72"
$ 26,000.
 

Tom Lieber
Thin
oil and gesso on canvas
48" x 36"
2018
$ 18,000.

Tom Lieber
Small Four Directions
oil and gesso on canvas
36" x 36"
2018
$ 14,000.

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Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
53.5" x 39.75" framed
2015
$ 6,500. | $ 5,000. unf. 

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Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
53.5" x 39.75" framed
2015
$ 6,500. | $ 5,000. unf.

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Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
43" x 38" framed
2014
$ 5,600.
 

Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
35.5" x 26" framed
2015
$ 3,700. | $ 3,100. unf.

Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
35.5" x 26" framed
2015
$ 3,700. | $ 3,100. unf.

Tom Lieber
Love Spring
paper mounted on canvas, gesso and oil
21" x 13"
2014
$ 2,000.
 
Tom Lieber
Untitled
watercolor
18.5" x 15.25" framed
2013
$ 1,900.
 

Tom Lieber
On Shore
oil and gesso on canvas
36” x 72”
2018

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Tom Lieber
Blue Black Swell
oil and gesso on canvas
40” x 40”
2018


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Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
38” x 27” framed
2017

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Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
35.5" x 26" framed
2015


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Tom Lieber
Untitled
monotype
35.5" x 26" framed
2015


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Lila Roo Lieber
Queen
repurposed plastic
80” x 19” x 1”
2017

$ 7,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Onyx
repurposed plastic
78" x 17" x 2"
2016
$ 6,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Udjat
repurposed plastic
65” x 10.5” x 1.5”
2017

$ 5,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Red Pierce
repurposed plastic
65” x 12” x 1”
2018

$ 5,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Coral Pierce
repurposed plastic
65” x 12” x 1”
2018

$ 5,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Onyx Pierce
repurposed plastic
65” x 12” x 1”
2018

$ 5,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Uto
repurposed plastic
63” x 14” x 2”
2017
$ 5,000.

Lila Roo Lieber
Ra
repurposed plastic
88” x 24” x 2”
2017


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Lila Roo Lieber
Long Net
repurposed plastic
108” x 24” x 3”
2018

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About the Exhibition

A history making exhibition featuring the abstract paintings of internationally recognized Tom Lieber and exciting large-scale sculptures created by his daughter Lila Roo Lieber.

The first two-person exhibition for this intriguing father-daughter, titled “Lineage”, will have its opening reception on 28 December from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Tom Lieber will be in attendance. 

Friesen Gallery has represented Tom Lieber for over 25 years, at the start of which Lila Roo was only three-years-old. Tom Lieber’s paintings evoke notions about how humans experience, feel, receive and express. Through a synthesis of brush strokes, his paintings are contemplative and powerfully emotive. Lieber's works comprise such permanent collections as the Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Tate Gallery in London. 

Lila Roo lives and works on the island of Bequia in the West Indies where she creates sculptures with materials found on the beach, primarily plastic. She collects, braids and binds these materials, both re-purposing and celebrating them. In the same way Buddhists spin prayer wheels, her work emanates good vibrations. 

"My work is about transformation–transforming materials, transforming energy, and bringing powerful energy into the sculptures I create and share." 
–– Lila Roo Lieber

"The point of my new paintings is to project this V-shape, which is a symbol to me of a powerful shape. It’s come out of my work with the human figure and the lower-torso shape, and it’s an honoring of the female and the power of the human center."
–– Tom Lieber