Altadena-based Artist Marsia Alexander-Clarke will present Buscando, a recent video work whose experimental use of geometric form, color, and light utilizes animating and video editing techniques to develop a continuously and subtly-shifting landscape of bold, interacting forms. Alenander-Clarke received her MFA at Claremont Graduate School in 1974. The artist will exhibit concurrently at Mt. Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles.
In the artist’s oil paintings, West Hollywood artist Renee Amitai abstracts color, shape, light, and form bringing experience between abstraction and representational imagery. Amitai’s process is fueled by, “A Search for mystical meaning of the forces of nature.” Amitai studied at L’Ecole Des Beaux Arts de Paris and has worked additionally as an architect in France, Italy, Israel, and the United States.
The paintings of Northridge-based artist Ehja Kang explores abstraction and collage gesturally to convey rapid a movement of thinking, through a balance of chance and control. Kang’s paintings make monumental this approach.