Sculpture


Jeremy Woodard

Jeremy Woodard

I’m a multimedia artist originally from the central San Joaquin Valley in California. I’m always interested in learning new techniques, and I tend to focus on painting, sculpture, and illustrations using traditional media. Though much of my work is not intended to convey any particular message, many pieces explore recurring themes of surrealism, pop culture, […]

Chelsea McIntyre

Chelsea McIntyre

*Multi-hyphenate artist. I am a new genres artist working through multiple mediums, from performance and sculpture to media, literary writings, and project-based channels. My work functions at once as critique and analysis of various institutional systems within my grasp, and derives from an interest in the potential findings and methodology of psychoanalysis through artistic practice. […]

Margie Darrow

Margie Darrow

Darrows’ flexible approach to art making and design has guided her through a broad range of creative endeavors. This includes – fine art, commercial art, public art, performance art, collaborative projects and a 3-year artist residency at the Long Beach Art Exchange. Her artwork has been exhibited in respected venues locally, nationally and internationally. She […]

Katie Elizabeth Stubblefield

Katie Elizabeth Stubblefield

Katie Stubblefield Born and raised on the rural farm land and old-growth forests of Middle Tennessee, Stubblefield moved to Southern California in the early 1990s. With wide eyes, in her first year in California she beheld floods, earthquakes, fires and riots. Katie reveled in the glorious offerings of the SyFy Channel and witnessed the wonders […]

Lance Morris

Lance Morris

My work starts with my own explorations of urban areas on foot. My primary goal for these explorations is to experience my surroundings in a more intimate way. After moving to Los Angeles County, I realized that I was spending all of my time driving. I became intrigued by this auto-centric landscape and began navigating […]

Patricia Bonilla

Patricia Bonilla

Patricia Bonilla is a self-taught artist working in both abstract sculpture and painting. Originally from El Salvador in Central America, Bonilla comes from a long line of accomplished artists within her family.  Over the course of several years, she’s become known as a global artist that specializes in Modern Abstract Sculptures derived from Bronze, Aluminum […]

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 […]

Sayon Syprasoeuth

Sayon Syprasoeuth

Sayon Syprasoeuth, is an interdisciplinary artist, focusing on his personal story as a refugee from Cambodia. He grew up in Thai refugee camps, and emigrated to the United States at the age of ten. His work address past and present issues; triggered by memories of war and trauma, identity, beliefs, spiritual dimensions and life in […]

Jorge Mujica

Jorge Mujica

Jorge Mujica (B.1982) Mexico City, Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Mujica’s interest in art began when he traveled with his father, a photojournalist for the Spanish language newspaper “La Opinion”. From there, Mujica was able to mature a critical eye and formulate independent ideas about culture. This influenced him to seek an undergraduate […]

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 […]

Karl Roesch

Karl Roesch

Explaining my artistic synthesis and conceptualization involves a singular examination of time, human behavior, architectural space, regional place and feel, and “off the wall” experimentation, and how all integrate pentatically. In a previous installation time and historic native cultures were the conceptual generators for expressing form and movement along a rope bench. The bench is […]

Kristina Drake

Kristina Drake

As an artist, I am always trying to convey through my sculpture an appreciation for the natural world. It is in nature we can best see ourselves. I use the imagery of animal skulls as a vehicle to express the value of the time we have. We are so fragile and so temporary and it […]