Monday, June 26, 2017

Sarah McKenzie

Boulder, CO-based Sarah McKenzie newest works leave the concerns of traditional realism, and enter the realm of conceptual realism.

Robert Hardgrave

Seattle-based artist Robert Hardgrave’s elegant mixed-media works might appear to have been created by a reserved and urbane artist, one perhaps with deep roots in academia.

Enrique Martinez Celaya

For painter, sculptor, and erstwhile physicist Enrique Martinez Celaya, there’s no place like home. Mostly because until his recent return to Los Angeles, he’s never fully felt he had one.

Julia Haft-Candell

Julia Haft-Candell is casting an increasingly large shadow these days as a ceramic artist.

Kate Bonner

Artist Kate Bonner is drawn to distance, to expressing herself in works that create layers of separation between the viewer and the images and objects she employs.

Srijon Chowdhury

Dividing his time between Southern California and the Pacific Northwest might prove whiplash inducing for some artists, it comes naturally to Chowdhury.

colin chillag

Colin Chillag understands what’s best left unpainted.

meridel rubenstein

“There are three things that have to be present for me to start a project-the body, war, and nature.”

jaq chartier

The question “Is it science or art?” is both redundant and moot for Seattle-based painter Jaq Chartier.

rex ray

If “he who dies with the best resume” is true, then Rex Ray has already won, and he’s only 51.

sherie’ franssen

Sherie’ Franssen’s massive, vigorous paintings revel in the depth and saturation that are hallmarks of oil paint.

George Rodriguez

“There is a higher consciousness about clay in Asia than in the US, it is everywhere. It is a connection point without the lower status.”

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