Cain Motter is an unconventional artist who uses the nontraditional canvas of credit cards to comment on modern financial institutions. (more…)
Born in New York City in 1983, Wyatt Kahn graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago with a Bachelors of Fine Art in 2006 and later earned a Masters in Fine Art from Hunter College in New York in 2012. (more…)
As graduate of both Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in 1968 and Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program in 1967, artist Dona Nelson’s education reflects her passion for art. Even so, her passion cannot be pinpointed or marked. (more…)
After spending many years as an art director in advertising agencies, the freedom to work in the fine arts field has been a rewarding experience for Sam Arno.
Janice Lloyd Govaerts Janice Lloyd Govaerts and six of her studio mates founded the Loft Studios and Gallery and have been instrumental in fostering the lively arts scene in San Pedro’s historic downtown area.
Nancy Towne-Schultz As a child, Nancy Towne-Schultz loved to collect small-patterned papers and little treasures such as feathers, acorns, sea glass, seeds, and pods. Her mother was an avid shell collector, and she often accompanied her on collecting expeditions to Marco and Sanibel Islands.
Muriel Olguin received an M.A. in drawing, painting, and printmaking from the State University of California at Long Beach, and studied under Rico Le Brun.
Maggie Tennesen A southern California native, Maggie Tennesen’s paintings and drawings have appeared in numerous exhibitions, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She received her BFA at California Institute of the Arts and her MFA at California State University at Long Beach. She teaches art at Loyola Marymount University and UCLA Extension. (more…)
Annemarie Rawlinson’s “Katharsis,” a series of assemblages that evoke Rawlinson’s youth in war-torn Austria, premièred in St. Poelten, her hometown, in March 2002, and exhibited in Melk/Danube the following October.