Stephen's images are created using an 8 x 10 film camera. Black & white images are printed in the darkroom on silver gelatin paper. Using long exposures to blur the movement of the landscape, his work takes on a dreamlike quality.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Giovanna is a Los Angeles native and recent graduate of Art Center College of Design. The work we are showing is oil on plexiglas from her "Boxes" series. If you'd like to see the work up close (there's more inside) and meet the artist, stop by for a closing reception on Thursday, June 15 from 6 - 8pm.
Using oil on canvas, his local landscapes come to life through contrasting and vibrant colors.
We met James at the Long Beach Flea Market. He lives and paints in Alhambra, CA.
His work can be purchased on Etsy.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Jorin Bossen’s figurative paintings capture the attitude and personality of their subjects through his gestural use of paint. The thin washes and lush oil paint serve to both define and abstract the individuals represent on his canvases. Please visitJorin Bossen for more information and to contact the artist.
Thursday, July 28, 2016
This series of paintings concerns our beautiful chain of mountains known as High Sierra or the Sierra Nevada. I have borrowed the title from the great suspense mystery movie with Humphrey Bogart. The title and the movie captured the excitement, and mystery of the process of the formation of mountain topography as well as the experience of the ruggedness that envelopes the High Sierra. Yet, as a painter I am concerned with the psychological, existential, and spiritual edge that shares similarities with the experience of extreme sports in mountains like the Sierras, the Sawtooth Range, the Rockies, and the Sangre de Christo. These names and references themselves connote “out –there” adventure and exploration. Each painting is a new exploration of the thrill, edge, if you will, of the personal experience of a painter. Today, I am focusing on the experience of being on "The Wall" as an aritist. It can be a very exciting, nerve racking experience. The Wall of a gallery is much like the descent of the straight downhill like the Cornice at Mammoth, or the North Shore in winter, the north face of Patagonia. The subject manner can be buried in the paint and canvas, just as our true person can be buried under the veneers of our days and our personas.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Jonathan creates drawings and paintings as a way to process and expand his relationship with his environment. His work is influenced by his intimate surroundings, travel experiences, an art historical references. Jonathan received a BFA from Louisiana State University in 2011 and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art in 2014. He is currently a member of the Tiger Strikes Asteroid LA artists' collective and gallery in downtown Los Angeles. He lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and more of his work can be found at jonathanmryan.com