New Genres


Jay Blaine

Jay Blaine

Fresh out the jungle emerges new hieroglyphs. Graffiti, abstraction, and patterns swirl around to the beat of a tropical surrealist fantasy become reality, worldwide from the streets of Long Beach. Coming to a jungle near you…

Terry Braunstein

Terry Braunstein

Throughout my career I have translated my ideas into a variety of media — photography, books, montage, installation, video, sculpture and public artwork. The common thread has been a kind of visual archaeology, exploring the world through research and scientific observation and challenging the viewer to find meaning by delving deeply into my work. I […]

Jason Triefenbach

Jason Triefenbach

Jason prides himself on a polymathic creative output encompassing sculpture, collage, sound, live performance, self-publishing, curation, broadcast media and ministerial services Through room- sized mixed media assemblage, primal sonic compositions, political diatribe, and spiritual organizing, Triefenbach espouses a “Utopian Sensualist” platform and offers his life’s work as a clumsy, crooked invocation of the revolutionary potential […]

The Beast Brothers

The Beast Brothers

Born in an Aztec temple deep inside the jungle of Mexico, The Beast Brothers spent most of their childhood developing their unique and distinct style of art. Through the years, this royal pair has used their mighty twin powers to create memorable works for Nike, Kidrobot, Reebok, Coachella, Bacardi, VANS, among others. They have also […]

Norma Haas Rosen

Norma Haas Rosen

All of us humans are made as creative vessels, capable of capturing images, eclectic memory bits and combining these jigsaw pieces to create new objects or performances outside of ourselves. Daily we recycle thought and images collected from the world surrounding us. Like miners, we must delve deep to connect with the creative spark, the […]

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 […]

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, […]

Brittany Ransom

Brittany Ransom

As an artist I strive to probe the lines between human, animal, and environmental relations while exploring emergent technologies. Using ready made and custom computing interfaces, code, and utilizing sensory data as a material, my work introduces concepts that explore the conflicted relationship between our human culture, the way we interact with one another via […]