Chrissy Angliker and Ann Lofquist at Craig Krull Gallery

Chrissy Angliker and Ann Lofquist at Craig Krull Gallery By Molly Enholm Through August 19   French artist Eugene Boudin may not be a household name today, but reverberations of the 19th-century artist’s legacy as both artist and teacher clearly linger through today, as evidenced in the sun-drenched compositions of Swiss-American painter Chrissy Angliker. Boudin’s…

“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…

Angus McCullough – “Will Have Been” at AA|LA

Angus McCullough: Will Have Been By Genie Davis Just closed at AA|LA, Angus McCullough’s “Will Have Been” is a mad scientist’s dreamscape, a solo exhibition that touches on science fiction and steam punk, life on other planets, interstellar travel, and an artistic world in which “no man has gone before.” It leads viewers on a…

David Lloyd at Klowden Mann

David Lloyd at Klowden Mann: Time is taller than space is wide By Lorraine Heitzman Through March 4th   David Lloyd’s Time is taller than space is wide at Klowden Mann should be a welcome surprise to those familiar with his work and a happy discovery for anyone encountering his paintings for the first time.…

Translations, Textiles and Time explored at Biola

Translations, Textiles and Time explored at Biola An exhibition that examines culture, communication and more, through woven and fiber-based art works By Evan Senn   Tactile expressions of communication and sensory observations are interwoven in the physical evidence of an ancient art form that surrounds us every day, in textiles. Typography and text are not…