Artist Updates – Spring 2014
Urban Entropy is an ornate record of work made during Enos’ time in graduate school from 2002-2005 at The New School of Architecture and Design and from 2006-2009 at The University of California San Diego, with the remainder of the works opening into his post-graduate school practice. Within his multi-disciplinary practice compiled of sculptures, drawings and “socially programmable” architectural structures, Enos discusses an often invisible side of our landscape. Read more about James Enos here.
Urban Entropy is on view at the Oceanside Museum of Art through the end of this month (March 30, 2014). James Enos will be showing at the La Jolla Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, April 5 – May 3, 2014 as one of the 2013 San Diego Art Prize winners for the emerging category.
Several paintings from Jill Joy’s “Consciousness Series” were recently purchased by private collectors on both the east and west coasts. She continues to develop the series.
Her painting “Summoning the Heart of Love” was featured at the San Diego Art Fair. This large abstract painting from her “Energy Series” addresses the power of unconditional love and generated enthusiastic interest among local collectors. Please inquire for availability.
Music: Jill Joy listens to Beethoven Piano Sonatas while creating her artwork.
HILL & STUMP (Daphne Hill & Anna Stump)
Hill&Stump were recently published in theTwentySIX, an online magazine of xx luxury services and design.
Anna Stump will be curating a large bi-national exhibition of women artists at Art Produce Gallery (San Diego) in Fall 2014. Along with her collaborative partner Ted Meyer, she will present “Exploding Tattoo” at KGB Gallery in Los Angeles in May 2014. This retrospective will feature a performance, several large scale paintings and photographic images.
A Selection of Jennifer Anderson’s furniture is on view through March 20 at Craf-twork, Glashaus (San Diego): A collection from the San Diego State Furniture Design and Woodworking Department graduate students and faculty.
Music: Jennifer Anderson listens to Johnny Cash while creating her artwork.
She will also be curating a large group art show in June 2014 at La Bodega Gallery, a new gallery on Logan Avenue (San Diego) that historically housed the “Bank of Italy” in 1917.
Brennan Hubbell will be showing at the La Jolla Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, April 5 – May 3, 2014 as one of the San Diego Art Prize winners for the emerging category. (Selected via the Sparks Gallery RAW / SD Art Prize exhibition in June 2013).
Brennan Hubbell has been working as the lead designer on an urban restoration project: “Manzanita Gathering Place“, in City Heights (San Diego). The site is a city-owned lot – previously urban blight – and now features mosaic murals, seating, shade structure, and 4 twelve-foot tall iron sculptures. The project has been a collaboration of volunteers, designers, and local artists.
Music: Brennan Hubbell listens to Sam Mangwana, Manu Chao, and Daniella Mercury while creating his artwork.
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