EXHIBITIONS

   


blurring and its opposite
jayson kellogg / justin lowman / adrian paules / katie sinnott

(march 28 to april 18)

 


JAYSON KELLOGG

Jayson Kellogg is a graduate of the University of Southern California, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2012. He currently lives in Chicago where he is enrolled at the University of Chicago in their Master of Fine Arts program. This will be Jayson’s first exhibition.


JUSTIN LOWMAN

Los Angeles based, Justin Lowman received a Master of Fine Arts from Pasadena’s Art Center College of Design in 2009. In 1996, Lowman received Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Wisconsin in both Art History and Classical Humanities. His artwork has been presented at venues including the Kala Art Institute, Berkeley; Cottage Home/Brennan Griffin and the Armory Center for the Arts in Los Angeles. Most recently he presented Belvedere Temple, a site-specific project commissioned by the Montalvo Art Center in Saratoga, CA


ADRIAN PAULES

Adrian Paules is a graduate of Yale University’s Master of Fine Arts Sculpture program (2003). He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2000 from Tyler University’s School of Art. Adrian has presented solo exhibitions at Parker Jones, Los Angeles and Greenleaf Gallery at Whittier College. In addition, his works have been featured as part of group exhibitions at Los Angeles venues including Champion Fine Art, Black Dragon Society and Hayworth Gallery. Adrian Paules lives and works in Los Angeles.


KATIE SINNOTT

Katie Sinnott received a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2013; a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate and Studio Art Diploma from Boston’s School of the Museum of Fine Arts (2007-2008); and a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 2005. In 2013 Katie presented a solo project at Night Gallery, Los Angeles. Her work has also been seen in exhibitions at Cirrus Gallery and ACME in Los Angeles. In July 2015, Katie’s work will again be featured at ACME as part of a three-person group exhibition.