Artspace Warehouse Los Angeles artists premiere on the international scene at Kunstwarenhaus gallery in Zurich
Artspace Warehouse was established in Los Angeles as an offshoot of Kunstwarenhaus Zurich. Since its launch in September 2010, Artspace Warehouse has developed a carefully curated roster of talented artists from Los Angeles, Austria, Germany and Switzerland. December 8th, marks the first time some of the talented LA artists' works are shown in the flagship gallery in Zurich.
- (1888PressRelease) December 07, 2011 - Kunstwarenhaus will open the cross-continental show "Zurich meets Los Angeles" in Switzerland, premiering the works of Hilary Bond, Courtney Raney, Lucinda Luvaas and Johnny Taylor. Along these American artists, Swiss artists Marion Duschletta, Simone Dehmelt and Luca Zanier will show new artworks with a touch of Hollywood.
Hilary Bond was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. After attending the Baltimore School for the Arts she went to The Cooper Union and received a BFA in 2007. Her works are now shown on the American television hit show "Two Broke Girls" on CBS.
Raised in Southern California, Courtney Raney began painting at an early age and has continued exploring her style throughout her career. With a Fine Arts major in college, Courtney analyzed and developed her own version of Modernism in the current art world. Lately, her work has been described as a marriage between colorful organic life and achromatic metropolitanism, things commonly seen through the combination of her urban and rural upbringing. Her collection "Hollywood icons of cool", brought to life with a little cubist spin on traditional pop art. They are featured in the TV series HUNG.
Lucinda Luvaas's artwork combines oil painting, acrylic, relief techniques, drawings, using graphite, ink pens, prismacolor pencils and oilbars, video, and photography. She has an insatiable curiosity about materials and always looks for new ways to create a unique visual interpretation of the world. She has developed a new and innovative technique called: "Imprinting." It is a meticulous process that is a hybrid between painting, relief techniques and printmaking. Lucinda Luvaas's artworks are in the permanent archives of the Brooklyn Museum New York.
Johnny Taylor began painting as a student at the University of Memphis in 1992.
He has been staying close to the hard-edged cartoon style that marked his initial efforts. His artworks have been featured on the CBS show "How to be a gentleman".
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