Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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.


As a politically engaged artist, Gronk evolves projects with context as a constant consideration, and the manner of the two artists’ original meeting became integral.

Esther Pearl Watson

The artist recasts her childhood in a naïve style that evokes American “primitive” folk art and the camp of ’50s sci-fi space odysseys.

Srijon Chowdhury

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

peter zokosky

Zokosky is a painter who delights in short-circuiting the accepted evolutionary order. In his canvases humans regularly divest themselves of their skins, exposing the flayed musculature beneath, whilst still maintaining classical poses.

Sarah McKenzie

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

Juventino Aranda

When Juventino Aranda tells someone he went to art school at Eastern Washington University, he is usually met with the response, where is that?...

Julia Haft-Candell

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

colin chillag

Colin Chillag understands what’s best left unpainted.

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.

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.

richard rezac

One of the works... an untitled, wall-bound bronze, resembles the surface of glazed ceramic, though the metal is practically untouched from the way it emerged from the foundry-somewhat unusual for an artist known for his painstaking finish work.


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“Flower Tree,” 2014 Matt Wedel, NCECA

NCECA 2017 in Portland


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