Marney Fuller lives in Brooklyn, New York, and her studio is in DUMBO. She received a BA from Western Washington University and an MFA from Pratt Institute. Marney’s art is about fleeting habitats and changing boundaries, and conjures up cross-sections of culture, class, and environment with a “tug of war” throughout, creating a sense of longing and of distancing with the paint being the main attraction. Each canvas features built-up tactile layers, marks and drips, breaking apart an image or idea towards abstraction and then reining in the original references. Her outdoor assemblage sculptures are made mostly from noble metals and wires such as steel, copper and brass, and are playful, unexpected and larger than life.