Untitled (100 Days of Drawing) by Rumi Koshino. Watercolor on Paper, 2015-2016. Two drawings, 7x10.25 and 10.25x7".
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Rumi Koshino is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in San Francisco. Her intuitive process of making art is informed by everyday experiences as well as social, emotional, and political climates that surround it. She has exhibited her work in the cities along the West Coast and Japan; including the Catherine Person Gallery and Vignettes in Seattle; Right Window in San Francisco; and Sweeney Kay Gallery and The Chetwood in Oakland. Rumi's collaborations include The Wing Luke Museum and Prairie Underground Clothiers in Seattle. She recently
published a limited-edition art book, Solo Walks -The First 100 Days, from RITE Editions. Rumi will be a resident artist at AGA Lab in Amsterdam in 2021. She holds a BFA and MFA from the University of Washington.
Untitled (D1197) by Alan Perez. Acrylic and colored pencil on paper, 2019. 20 x 26". Alan Perez is an artist who is interested in the dark side. His work may not always be the nicest or the friendliest, but to be honest with you, he's more interested in the darkness and mysteries of life. Alan is a multidisciplinary artist who works in charcoal, paint, fiber, mixed media and ceramics. While he enjoys many materials, he identifies as a sculptor first, noting that sculpture is much more real and much more appealing to him.
After Ugo Rondinone (D1242) by Joseph Rux. Colored pencil on paper, 2019. 20 x 26". Joseph Rux's work is grounded in a curiosity about the functions of the world around him. Rux works primarily in print making, drawing and painting. Additionally, Joseph is an active and engaged member of the local art community, having participated in NIAD group critiques and presented his work at Pixar Animation Studios. Joseph Rux's influences include: Post-Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh, the sculptor Ugo Rondinone, Social Realist Grant Wood, as well as fellow NIAD artists Sara Malpass and Deatra Colbert.
Untitled (D4500) by Julie MacDonald. Colored pencil on paper on wood panel, 2017. Julie MacDonald's work is exploration of contemporary abstraction, whether its the gridded quilt-like patterns of her Mission School influenced geometric drawings or her more psychedelic, but equally vibrant meanderings in ceramics.
Untitled (D5613) Artist Book by Karen May. Unique drawings in a found and modified box, 6 x 6 x 1".
Over the last several years, Karen May has created and continued a series of detournements, manipulating art exhibition advertisements in art periodicals with ink and marker.
Untitled (D0651) Artist Book by Luis Estrada. Mixed media on found book. 9 x 10 x 1". Upon first encounter with Luis Estrada's work it is evident that the artist is obsessed with the weather. His paintings and drawings are peppered with meteorological symbols and diagrams. One quickly notices that entangled among the weather forecast is information about the local train systems - freight and transit - as well as images from professional wrestling.
Untitled (P1651) by Matthew Wilson. Mixed media on board, 2016. 16 x 20". The thing that's fascinating about Matthew Wilson's drawings is that he draws the interior and exterior of machines at the same time, as if he has x-ray vision. And, after studying videos of machines, heavy equipment, transportation and amusement park ride, he creates his drawings from memory.