Zero Bond x Chellis Baird
Downtown members' club Zero Bond tapped Apostrophe to curate artists for their fifth floor residency. Selected artists will be on display beside Zero Bond's legendary permanent collection including works by the likes of Andy Warhol, Oscar Murillo, Cameron Platter, Francesco Clemente, Banksy and more.
Introducing Zero Bond's March Resident Artist
Meet Chellis Baird, the New York-based American artist blurring the intersection of painting, sculpture and textiles. Baird explores elements of painting by reconstructing handwoven canvases from a unique perspective.
Her bespoke process begins with woven structures as her base. Each canvas starts with neutral toned materials that are then painted, dyed and sculpted into dimensional brushstrokes. She creates tangled compositions through a series of twists, knots, and upcycled textiles. Baird’s background in fashion allows her to dress the canvas with imagination.
Zero Bond is a twenty thousand square foot private membership club in the heart of Noho, New York City.
More about Chellis
Baird received her BFA in textiles from Rhode Island School of Design and studied studio art at the Art Students League in New York City. Born in Spartanburg, SC, Baird now lives and works in New York City. Chellis is a 2022 National Arts Club (NAC) Fellow.
Chellis' full CV can be found here.
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