Ashley Buttercup is a Brooklyn based painter. She focuses on capturing storytelling through portraiture, collage, and abstract work. Often using her best friends, historical icons, or local environments and collages these moments together with paint, magazine clippings, and different levels of texture.
Buttercup received her B.A. at Temple University, where she studied art direction and studio art. Her works have been exhibited throughout Japan, New York, and Philadelphia.
Clutch AF; BWIVA/Dashboard Future Art Fair; Manhattan
Womens History Month; Kente Royal Gallery, Harlem
Redemption; Kente Royal Gallery, Harlem
HFR Macy's Window Display
Sticky Honey solo exhibition, Nine30 Gala Ree; Brooklyn, NY
Building Black Bedstuy; Brooklyn NY (July, August, Sept)
Artmagedon Art Showcase; Brooklyn NY
Yonkers Arts Week Showcase; CMAD Gallery, Yonkers NY
Dream Is Grind x Dro Showcase; Denver, CO
Hope is Healing; Kente Royal Gallery, Harlem
Superfine! Art Fair, NYC x3, Center 415
PxP Contemporary; "Collect, Cut, Composite"
The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn Expo. Center
Philly Art Collective Gallery
Cinco de MyHoe, Brooklyn Art Cafe
The Perception of Perfection, dylanGallery
TUJ Student Group Exhibition Tour, Japan