Installation/Site-Specific


Dulce Soledad Ibarra

Dulce Soledad Ibarra

While objects manipulated and made have importance as charged symbols, my process has been more about research, not just in an academic approach but in an emotional and personal approach. There is privilege in emotional and intellectual labor: I acknowledge this, I expand on this, and I critique this. I produce work that relies on […]

Jennifer Celio

Jennifer Celio

My lifelong passion for and activism in environmental issues has informed my work for 14 years. In my current body of mixed media, sculptural paintings and sculptures and wall-based installations, I explore the complicated human relationship with nature and the wild. I’m seeking to depict the simultaneous reverence for and destruction of the wilderness through […]

Kay Erickson

Kay Erickson

Kay Erickson Photographer I am a second generation photographer who used to watch my Mother hand color photographs. At age 7, I received my first camera, and went on to study at the University of Minnesota, where I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Summa cum Laude, in photography; and subsequently a Master’s degree […]

Maria Dawn

Maria Dawn

Maria Dawn is an interdisciplinary artist, work is rooted in human interactions of the self-in-dialogue, multiplicity, and mortality, utilizing multiple project-based specific mediums and context. Themes are focused on modern labor, constructs of gender roles, hierarchical patterns of control, and the mythos of objects.  Her work includes community engagement through landscaping and gardening, mural painting, […]

Meeson Pae Yang

Meeson Pae Yang

The work explores the convergence of science, technology and mythology into a thickly layered stratum of images and objects reflecting systems within nature. Intersections and parallels in systems become unfolding metaphors and imagery to dissect and explore. Much of the work begins by extracting simple elements and then expanding, repeating, and extending these components into […]

Betsy Lohrer Hall

Betsy Lohrer Hall

Betsy Lohrer Hall is a visual artist who makes process-oriented works on paper and installations. Her early training focused on traditional techniques and realism, and she painted murals for years. Her current work is usually abstract and experimental. It alludes to various concepts through metaphor and process. Themes include nature and the environment; the power […]

Able ARTS Work

Able ARTS Work

Able ARTS Work is a creative arts organization providing professional studio arts facilitation for adults with developmental disabilities. Beyond our studio practice, we provide therapeutic arts services to people of all ages and abilities.

Brittany Mojo

Brittany Mojo

Interested in functional objects as facilitators of memory, I manipulate material to navigate the utility of service. Using the image of function as the armature for material exploration and installation, ideas consider the gendered experience in banality. Concerned with dichotomies and contradictions, the work confronts sculpture and craft, fine art and design and the nuanced […]

Connie DK Lane

Connie DK Lane

I began my interest in sculpture when I was an undergraduate major in ceramics at California State University, Long Beach. Later, I pursued my Master of Fine Arts from the same institution focused on exploring sculptures with different materials. Not only making isolated objects, I have been expanding my artistic practice toward truly immersive environments. […]

Olga Lah

Olga Lah

Olga Lah is a second generation Korean-American, born and raised in the Los Angeles area. She now resides in Long Beach, California. She received a double B.A. in Studio Art and Art History from the University of California at Riverside. She also received an M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. She is interested in […]

Kristin Beeler

Kristin Beeler

Kristin Beeler is Professor of Art and head of Jewelry and Metalwork at Long Beach City College in the Los Angeles area. Her solo exhibitions include Archive of Rag and Bone featured at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum (2016) and Beauty and Other Monsters, at Velvet da Vinci gallery (2007). Major group exhibitions include Shadow Themes […]

ZYNB

ZYNB

My work embodies a point of convergence between three continents and multiple visual languages, guided by a dedication to exploring the commonalities between marginalized communities and honoring ancestral knowledge. As a multidisciplinary transcontinental Iranian painter and muralist who has lived and worked in the Middle East as well as both North and South America, I […]