Charis Ammon

Apartment Windows – Similar, Yet Different

The door is located at Ronald Reagan Building/Wilson Plaza

Artist Statement

Evoking the concept of a community facing the same issue, a building façade that has windows showing multiple living spaces. The repetition of the window pattern will differ in color and pattern within each window. Different shutters, A/C units in some, sticky notes on windows, lamps, etc. There is repetition and variety.



Charis Ammon is a painter known for her exploration of implied narrative. She currently has a solo show up in Houston at Inman Gallery, titled Still Hot in the Shade. Her show has received critical attention with Free Press Houston. Ammon recently graduated with her MFA in Painting at the University of Houston. She was born in Texas and just moved to New York. She received her BFA in Painting from Texas State University. Ammon was involved in the DUST Residency Program in Marfa, TX last year. While Ammon’s professional focus is on her oil painting practice, her interests remain firmly multidisciplinary, reflective of her resolute and insatiable curiosity.

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