Archive for August, 2010

Kimberly Trowbridge – Studio Visit on the CAB

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Check out the latest from the Studio Visits on the City Arts Blog.

The Door with Beautiful Shard

A rock, some burnt wood – a Masterpiece

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

Lauren Klenow‘s delicate visual sensibility translates into a world of wonder in her assemblages and sculptures. She finds rocks, scraps, uses wax and other items, at times re-purposes her old sculptures to make new treasures and shows us the simplicity of beauty that the artist’s eye can see. While installing her show for Gallery 40, curated by Todd Jannausch, in my backyard, I got a sneak peek of her exhibit that goes up at PrintZero studios tonight.

install with Lauren Klenow and Todd Jannaush

One of my favorite works is this little truck. She found the rock and the wood with nails as two separate pieces on the beach one day. Her eye saw them, her brain put them together, her vision shared the magic. Check out her stuff tonight! One Night Only! August 14 – Art Attack.

art by Lauren Klenow

A Month of Xanadu

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

In honor of the 30th anniversary of the film Xanadu, released in August of 1980, I have curated a show at SOIL, written an essay for City Arts magazine, and on August 8th there will be a screening at Print Zero Studios. I hope you can check out some of the crazy magical fun going on this month!

3 Views of the Pan Pacific