Macey Ley will exhibit several artist books at the Page by Page: Contemporary Artist Books exhibit at the Hudgens Center for the Arts, beginning February 9, 2019.
The video installation Family Dinner centers around food relationships and the dynamics of family dinners, where participants might find space to reflect on their own relationships with food, family, and each other.
Atlanta, GA: Macey Ley was recently interviewed by the staff at VoyageATL. She discusses what led her to become an artist along with her struggles and successes. She reveals publicly for the […]
ATLANTA, GA: WonderRoot, an arts organization working to improve the cultural and social landscape of Atlanta, will reveal its 2016-2017 Walthall Artist Fellowship exhibition entitled, “Building a Ship from a […]
ATLANTA, GA: Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Macey Ley will exhibit her new TV Dinner series of large-scale paintings at the Rialto Center for the Arts May 3 – June 23, 2017. She […]
size: 65 in. x 78 in. medium: acrylic on canvas CONTACT FOR PRICE Large-scale TV Dinner paintings are an ode to nostalgia and cultural myth, where an icon stands in […]
PORTLAND, OR: Macey Ley’s artist book Snow Blow was selected for exhibition at the 23 Sandy Gallery BUILT international juried exhibition of book and paper art examining the relationship between contemporary book art practices […]
AUGUSTA, GA: Macey Ley’s artist book The Sky Is Surely Open was selected for exhibition at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art’s 36th annual A Sense of Place exhibition. Through this event, […]
ATLANTA, GA: Macey Ley announced today that her sculptural artist book For It Might End was selected for exhibition at the The Book as Art 4.0: Boundless, an annual exhibition sponsored by the […]
Tieton, WA: Two of Macey Ley’s artist books I Am Not and Snow Blow have been selected for exhibition at the seventh annual 10x10x10Teiton international exhibition of small works at the Mighty Tieton Warehouse. All […]