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Adrian Culverson: Smorgasbord
July 1 12:00 pm – July 6 6:00 pm
Gallery hours: Noon-6:00pm
Smorgasbord is a collection of paintings and sculptures that revolve around abstracted formal investigations of colour, shape, and play. Hand-sewn fabric compactions augmented and calcified with heavily applied color. Bizarrely deformed three-dimensional structures with rough and sandy honeycombed surfaces resembling computer generated imagery, a motion graphic still-life. Large swaths of smooth colorful frostings, seemingly dipped like hardened candy shell, an assortment of stuffed shapes cascade and pose as evolved protuberance. A short explosive burst with unknown musculature, like a cartoon super highway or beautiful puff-cloud. – Aimee Gougen
Adrian Culverson grew up in Claremont, a suburb of Los Angeles, California. Culverson graduated with Honors from Art Center College of Design with a BFA in Fine Art and a Minor in Multimedia, and she graduated from Claremont Graduate University with an MFA. Culverson has been published in several Art journals including Scribendi and Venice Beach and has shown her work in many group shows. Major influences to Culverson’s work include reading, travel and most importantly the art of staying still and watching people and life unfold. Currently, Culverson teaches beginning drawing at a local community college and works as an artist’s assistant. Culverson’s pieces involve many mediums from sewn structures to painting to photography. Culverson is based in Los Angeles. (Instagram: @aculverson)