Design: Anila Quayyum Agha
Anila Quayyum Agha’s light installation – “Intersections”, is an overwhelmingly stunning, inspired art installation. Using a single lightbulb, the lamp projects through laser-cut wood panels, designed by Anila – graceful, peaceful and mesmerizing patterns.
British photographer Tim Walker is known for collaborating with teams – makeup artists, painters and builders to construct elaborate sets of fantastic props. He creates outlandish beautiful fashion shots and surreal scenarios with extravagant staging and romantic motifs.
Paul Lewin, An Eclectix Artist Interview
Paul Lewin is a wonderful San Francisco Bay Area artist with a sublime surreal vision. Those of you who visited our brick and mortar gallery, back in the day – may remember his outlandish meditations – in group exhibitions, as well as in his solo show. Liberally dosed with H.R. Giger influence, his works were riveting, darkly intense images, with haunting eyes and swirling reptilian patterns.
Exhibit Preview: Odd Nerdrum, Pupils of Apelles
Opening this weekend in L.A. is Odd Nerdrum’s Pupils of Apelles exhibition, a definite must-see show full of masterful works which cross all boundaries in the art world, with visionary grace and aplomb.
Odd Nerdrum has a very interesting persona in addition to his paintings, with a wealth of insight and perspectives on contemporary art.
The Wonderbirds of Heather McKey are delightful, imaginary feathered creatures with brilliant colorations and large human-like soulful eyes, embellished with organic forms. Sometimes they take on an anthropomorphic presence or merge with other lifeforms – sporting butterfly wings, dressed in pinecones or transported by shells.
Exhibit News: Truppe Fledermaus, The Carnival at the End of the World
Starting this weekend at the Carl Hammer Gallery is what looks to be a stunning, interesting and inspiring show by the collaborative duo Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick. Titled “Truppe Fledermaus & The Carnival at the End of the World,” the artists’ imaginative series utilizes photography, painting, drawing, prints and sculptures – in their visual narratives.