News, Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Recent Projects:

Seeds-Soil: Ashley Hagen, Emily Sudd, Elizabeth Tinglof

Seaver Gallery at The Marlborough School  

250 S. Rossmore Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90004

January 11 - February 7, 2020

> Visitors to gallery by appointment only. Email Chelsea Dean at dean.chelsea@gmail.com to make an appointment.

> Gallery Hours: 8AM-4:30PM Weekdays, 9AM-2PM Saturdays

What She Said

Ace/121 Gallery

121 N. Kenwood St.

Glendale, CA 91206

January 17 - March 13, 2020

Opening Reception: Friday, January 17, 6-9PM

(Enter Through YMCA Parking Lot)

Recent Press:

"Conversations with the Inspiring Emily Sudd", Voyage LA Magazine, May 28, 2019, VoyageLA.com

"From the Ragged to the Glazed, the Distilled to the Distressed: A Survey of Ceramics in LA", by George Melrod, artcritical.com, May 2, 2018

"Ceramic art, once written off as mere craft, wins a brighter spotlight in the L.A. scene" by Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times

"Melting Point" at the Craft and Folk Art Museum, by Molly Enholm, ArtScene/Visual Art Source, April 2, 2018

"Los Angeles Artist Collectives You Should Check Out", by Diane Williams, Art and Cake

"An Abandoned Midcentury Building at Cerritos College Is Becoming a Guerrilla Art Gallery Before It's Demolished" by Catherine Womack, LA Weekly

"A Breath of Fresh Air in the Season of Art Fairs: The FAR Bazaar" by Evan Senn, Art and Cake 

“Channeling Whistler’s Peacock Room at LAUNCH LA" by Genie Davis, Art and Cake

"6 LA Artists You Should Know" by Belinda Gosbee, Citizine

"'And There Is an End' -- but no end to its goofy appeal" by David Pagel, Los Angeles Times

 

Conversation Feature on ArtBlitzLA.com by Pauli Ochi

 

Occidental Weekly Feature: "Weingart Exhibit Melds Thrifted Objects, Ceramics"