Saturday, September 21, 2019

Carlson Hatton

His home reflects the artist’s philosophy that living and working spaces should be seamlessly integrated.

Kelly Akashi

During last year's "Made in LA" Biennial at the Hammer Museum, Kelly Akashi's sculptures were given a prime spot in the museum's central courtyard;...

Rebekah Bogard

The ceramic sculptor has turned her ethos on its ear to produce a sculptural installation that is more flora than fauna.

c. bernardi

When it comes to integrating art and human rights, Berkeley-based printmaker/installation artist Claudia Bernardi has few peers.

marion lane

Lane takes world events quite personally, and she was finishing paintings during the run-up to what looked like US military action in Syria.

Andy Moses

Los Angeles painter Andy Moses creates works that immerse the viewer in a surfeit of swirling, vibrant colors, deriving luscious, nearly psychedelic effects from...

robb putnam

Everyone is a shambles every once in a while. Robb Putnam’s oddly endearing sculptures, by contrast, are almost always a shambles; they seem barely to hold themselves together.

kimberly brooks

The paintings in “Technicolor Summer,” Kimberly Brooks’ latest solo show at Taylor de Cordoba, are shot through with vibrant bolts of color: jade, ultramarine and magenta course through the highlights and support the shadows in these paintings that feel like pages from a family album.

daniel dove

Few painters wed representation and abstraction as astutely as Daniel Dove. His works depict cryptic landscapes-from decaying factories and urban streetscapes to eerie outdoor scenes-which often serve as backdrops for boldly abstract elements at their center.

lorraine peltz

Peltz translates her experiences as an artist, woman, mother, wife, and teacher, by way of isolating a single, personal image within a field of color and patterning.

caleb duarte

In graduate school, Caleb Duarte was advised that his socially conscious artwork was “not art-schoolish”- that it was more appropriate for art centers than for galleries or museums.

Kirsten Everberg

The drips and pools of paint overlay and coalesce with one another to create images that are at once abstract and representational.

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