Sarah Sarchin is a painter living in Los Angeles
PDX CONTEMPORARY ART is pleased to present, In This Garden, an exhibition of new paintings by Storm Tharp.
Grown from the desire to create monumental, improvisational works, these new paintings employ a calligraphic speed and deft mark-making to create large-scale abstractions of the garden. The quick and confident execution of these works come from years of experienced practice, but the result is the appearance of something effortless and light—a feeling akin to flying or dancing.
A solo exhibition of bas reliefs, drawings, paintings and mixed media sculptures by Bay Area artist Amy Nathan.
This month’s exhibition features vibrant abstract paintings by Judy Wise and expressive sculptures by Wataru Sugiyama.
A current of sound runs through the Submarine of war, of work, of stealth, of humor, submerged, sub-colonial, subliminal, sublime, surging, streaming, sinking and surfacing from our dark waters.
Bay Area artist April Dawn Parker will be featured in a show at Andra Norris…
At the same time, through photography, painting, sculpture and mixed media they celebrate the ongoing presence of Native American art and culture and remind us that art is an essential form of activism.
At once connected yet separated, Boafo’s characters are enigmatically coupled with their shadows.
Baroque figures, furniture and environments are infused with transgender bodies, process color palettes and mythological characters
His meticulous craft and lack of obvious conceptual basis make for magnetic works.