Women’s History Month is here, which gives us the wonderful opportunity to talk about one of our many talented female artists, Carole Caroompas and her intriguing drawing, “Study for Briar Rose.” Carole Caroompas was born in Oregon City, Oregon and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California where she is a professor at Otis
Cliff Benjamin is a notable name in the modern art world: not only is he an artist himself, but he also is the co-owner of Western Project, a modern art gallery in Culver City, California. He began his career as an artist, then continued his profession into the world of education and support for fellow artists.
San Francisco-born artist Richard Serra worked in local steel mills during his college years for extra money. This experience along with his Minimalist tendencies have lead him to be famously known for his monumental sculptures that push and question the boundaries of industrial mediums. From rubber belts with neon tubes to splashing molten
Bruce Nauman was born in Indiana in 1941 and received his B.F.A. from University of California, Davis. Working across mediums including sculpture, film, performance and printmaking, Nauman calls upon daily activities and everyday materials. With over 26 solo exhibitions and countless group exhibitions to his name, Bruce Nauman’s artistic influence