UPCOMING EVENTS

ELISA JOHNS & NANCY BAKER CAHILL @ THE GALLERY

SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 12-3PM

NEWS / INTERVIEWS / STUDIO VISITS

For the month of June Baron Von Fancy showed his support for Pride and the  Human Rights Campaign  with three Snapchat filters commissioned by W Hotels. Whenever  one was used at or around any W Hotel in the United States throughout the month of June......

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David McDonald’s latest body of work, as seen in his exhibition at Ochi Projects, Thought and Gesture, combines his interests in both painting and sculpture. The pieces are unexpected and refreshing in many ways, they meld the two practices, generating a dynamic conversation as they almost morph into a......

What is your background. How did you find your way to ceramics? I grew up in Oakland, and went to UC Davis for college.  I did a lot of art in high school, but wasn’t sure I wanted to solely study art, and I wanted to......

Dr Kit Messham-Muir The University of Newcastle, Australia Trauma and the Political Sublime in Claudia Parducci’s The Space Between Us Aleppo, northern Syria, 2015: we see the back of a Kurdish soldier in a camouflage jacket and fatigues, rifle now at rest, as he looks......

Nellie King Solomon and Elisa Johns met at an Ochi Projects dinner in August, and Solomon found herself drawn to Johns’ quiet and thoughtful nature. Further intrigued when she looked at the work online, Solomon requested a studio visit.  When Solomon entered Johns’ studio she......

The artist-to-artist studio visit is an event that offers the potential for magic; exceptionally creative minds meet, exchange brilliance, and for those of us who are not artists, we find ourselves wishing we could have at least been a fly on the wall during the encounter. While......

Grishkoff with his brushes. Image courtesy of the artist. You’re a California-based artist with extensive experience abroad. Tell us about your travels, particularly your time in Asia, and how these experiences influence your work? My Russian father was raised in China, and some of my......

selection of Adelman’s photographs works considered for Up to & Including the Horizon What or who inspired you to become an artist? In someway it always felt like an option although I wasn’t conscious of its possibility as a career. I grew up in Upstate New......

image courtesy of Rojany   When did you decide you wanted to be an artist? I don’t think one really decides to be an artist. I think you only do it and stick with it if that’s what you are. I do remember being in......

What or who is your artistic muse?  I’m not sure how to answer that question. I’ve never gone looking for inspiration, I just live and things get made. Probably too many things. I relied on things I’d already seen when I was younger because that’s......

Untitled/ X/ Black Congress/ Forms/ZEROTIME (Elaine Brown), 2015   Tell us about your piece in the show and how you interpreted the concept of the horizon line. Through the years, the horizon has appeared many times as a theme or a physical actuality in my......

  Recoup, 2012 – 2014, Oil on linen, 36 x 30 inches (part of Up to & Including the Horizon at Ochi Projects)   What is your earliest memory of making art? Pooping for my mother. I am half kidding here. I remember reading Freud a lot in grad......

Abstract picture (Sky07), 2011, pigment print on coated newsprint   When did you decide you wanted to be an artist? I started taking art classes when I was about eight, and I was sure from that time onward that I wanted to be an artist. I......

Vanishing Point, 2015, movie soundtrack album and ephedrine dust in welded aluminum artist frame Rob Reynolds thinks of his piece, Vanishing Point, as a found object and sculptural artifact. In many ways the piece acts as the perfect visual metaphor for both Reynolds’ thought process as an......

When did you decide you wanted to be an artist? Throughout childhood I always made paintings, but I don’t think I understood what the commitment of being an artist meant until my undergraduate work at Tyler School of Art, in Philadelphia. There, I had mentors......