Andrea Bersaglieri, Suburban Nature, Curved Line Space; Photo credit Hagop Najarian

Andrea Bersaglieri’s Suburban Nature at Curve Line Space

Andrea Bersaglieri’s Suburban Nature through April 21 Curve Line Space, Los Angeles By Patrick Quinn On a recent damp and drizzly Saturday night, a large crowd attended the opening of “Suburban Nature”, Andrea Bersaglieri’s solo show at Curve Line Space. The presentation was simple and straightforward. Three white walls displaying thirteen paintings; a few are…

Studio Visit with Cynthia Minet by Gary Brewer; Photo Credit Gary Brewer

Studio Visit: Cynthia Minet, Repurposed Aesthetics

Studio Visit: Cynthia Minet, Repurposed Aesthetics “As crude a weapon as the cave man’s club, the chemical barrage has been hurled against the fabric of life – a fabric on the one hand delicate and destructible, on the other miraculously tough and resilient, and capable of striking back in unexpected ways.” ~ Rachel Carson   By…

Karen Hochman Brown, Botanic Geometry, Crain Art Gallery; Photo credit Kristine Schomaker

Karen Hochman Brown’s Botanic Geometry at Crain Art Gallery

Botanic Geometry with Karen Hochman Brown through April 6 Crain Art Gallery, Crowell Public Library, San Marino By Kathy Zimmerer Akin to looking through a kaleidoscope, Karen Hochman Brown’s deconstructed flowers printed on aluminum unfold and expand, revealing and obscuring colors and shapes. Each one is modeled after a flower, but these beguiling images are…

The Future is Bright at the Brea Gallery MFA Biennial

MFA Biennial Proves the Future is Bright through March 25 Brea Art Gallery, Brea By Evan Senn Southern California is an epicenter for creative expression and education. For over a decade, galleries across the world look to the Southern California area for the next generation of artistic talent for the market. The City of Brea…

Richard Misrach, "Eyes, Newberry Springs, California", Marc Selwyn Fine Art; Image courtesy of the gallery

Recent Photographs by Richard Misrach at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Recent Photographs by Richard Misrach through March 31 Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Beverly Hills By Jody Zellen Throughout his long career, Richard Misrach has made color photographs of the American West, capturing the night sky as well as the detritus left in the desert. He has documented the effects of Hurricane Katrina that devastated New…

Studio Visit: Catherine Ruane, A Revolution of the Senses

Studio Visit: Catherine Ruane, A Revolution of the Senses “We must look a long time before we can see.” “The morning wind forever blows, the poem of creation is uninterrupted; but few are the ears to hear it.” Henry David Thoreau   “We need nature, and particularly its wilderness strongholds. It is the alien world…