Carbon at Fellows of Contemporary Art

Carbon: Richer than Gold Fellows of Contemporary Art in Chinatown Through July 20th   By Genie Davis In the case of Carbon, at Fellows of Contemporary of Art in Chinatown through July 20th, that element is not only the basis of life, it is the basis of a vibrant artistic life. Beautifully curated by Lauren…

Artist Profile: Britney Penouilh

Artist Profile: Britney Penouilh, A Journey from New Orleans to LA By Genie Davis Artist Britney Penouilh was born in New Orleans and has done artists residencies in New York, Alaska, and North Carolina. Having moved to Los Angeles, she spends a great deal of time exploring the desert and its rich minerals and stones,…

Jen Stark, Tunnel Vision

Jen Stark Reveals Her Tunnel Vision By Genie Davis. Jen Stark has brought a unique kind of Tunnel Vision to Santa Monica’s Triangle Square. Within a series of ten rings, Stark’s sculpture changes color gradients based on where the viewer observes the work. The outdoor installation uses repeating rings to reveal polychromatic and monochromatic visuals.…

Art History Interrupted at CMAY Gallery

Art History, Interrupted at CMay Gallery Through May 1 By Genie Davis. The works of Andy Bauch, Bobbie Moline-Kramer, and Jay Mark Johnson offer a stunning series of contrasts in a strong show at CMay Gallery in the Pacific Design Center. Well-curated by Shana Nys Dambrot, the images are striking and fascinating in their contrasts,…

Karen Koblitz at El Camino College Art Gallery

Karen Koblitz, Cultural Diplomacy; A Mid-career Survey El Camino College Art Gallery Through April 26, 2018.   By Genie Davis Koblitz describes her lush and lovely work as paying “homage to the functional roots of ceramics while elaborating on historical and decorative elements. The influences seen in my work come from life experiences, travels and readings.”…