“Crossing Boundaries” at the Huntington Beach Art Center

“Crossing Boundaries” Huntington Beach Art Center By Sydney Walters   Crossing Boundaries is more than a feminist art initiative on behalf of the Huntington Beach Art Center. Their proclaimed “Year of Women in the Arts” is a production of paintings, sculptures and mixed media that experiments with common methods of art making to create something…

Biomythography: Currency Exchange opens at Claremont

Biomythography: Currency Exchange Curated by Chris Christion and Jessica Wimbley By Jacqueline Bell Johnson   Currency Exchange is the third in a series of Biomythography exhibitions co-curated by Jessica Wimbley and Chris Christion. The show includes artists from southern California as well as several emerging artists from Costa Rica. The term biomythography was coined by…

“Life Force” at The Blackboard Gallery

“Life Force” at The Blackboard Gallery Written by Jennifer Susan Jones   The Blackboard Gallery at Studio Channel Islands is hosting a new exhibition called “Life Force” with artists Hiroko Yoshimoto and Bob Privitt from Sept. 1 through 24 at 2221 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo. It takes a certain type of artist to present a viewer with…

Sonny Lipps: A Cosmic Dance of Nature

Sonny Lipps: A Cosmic Dance of Nature written by Katie McGarigle   The paintings of Sonny Lipps are composed of earthy abstractions that take everyday objects of nature and turn them into something intricate and expansive. With a background in Earth Science, Lipps reveals the magnified complexity of biological processes through a bold and vivid…

Erika Lizée | “…and yet, things continue to unfold” opens February 5th

“…and yet, things continue to unfold”   Erika Lizée http://erikalizee.com/ Show details: 643 Project Space 643 Ventura Ave. Ventura, CA 93003 805-218-1434 http://www.643projectspace.com Opening reception: Friday, February 5, 6-8pm Exhibition Dates: February 5 – 27, 2016 Gallery hours by appointment Ventura, February 2015, Utilizing illusionistic painting, Erika Lizée reimagines the surfaces of the gallery walls…