An eclectic artist, William Wray appeals to a wide range of tastes, styles, and superheroes. From his iconic Superman that graced the Pink Art Show to forlorn moments shared by “Partners in Crime,” Wray continues to wow us. He pulls on the heart strings of his subjects not just with Sesame street characters or with Tinker Bell, but also in his landscapes… READ MORE
What is the best advice you can give? Expect repeated short-term failure in your career. Think about your long-term goals. Don’t have children if art is the most important thing in your life, unless you are wealthy. READ MORE
Energy: What fires you up? Raving about the friction between conceptual and narrative art on Facebook and the saving of our environment, even as I drive a car and pollute the world with oil painting solvents. READ MORE
I love making any good painting, but I think the Superhero’s are my strongest concept. My Writing would be my lurid oversized art comic: Happy Comics, a very dark humored one-shot book published by 3A. READ MORE
…Wray couldn’t impress upon me enough the immense gratitude that he has for all of the contributing artists. There is diversity not just in the artistic expression of the color pink, but also within the artists themselves… READ MORE
Seonna felt like an outsider in school until she discovered she could open up communication with her art. From photo realist and comic book influences, her art evolved back into the more collage-oriented creations of her childhood. READ MORE
“There’s a certain kind of classism in the art world.” Wray explains. “A lot of very contemporary art might not be so open to art that is narrative or illustrative. In the “Pink Manifesto” defining the philosophy of this show, the question about the controversy of different concepts of art is addressed clearly.
Pink art by William Wray The Pink Show at Castelli Art Space, November 30 – December 3, 2017 5428 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles For show information contact firstname.lastname@example.org The Artists ARON WIESENFELD Aron Wiesenfeld is an allegorical figurative painter. His work often takes the form of a visual allegory in which a young woman is confronted with the need to step off of some kind of precipice that will lead to the next unknown path of life’s journey. ASHLEY WOOD Ash does every kind of art there is from fine art painting to comics and toy design. His painting has his own style comic book structure READ MORE
I started as a photojournalist back in my college years, and covered a great deal of sports, drawn by my knowledge of athletics and how all the emotions of human existence end up on display on a sports field. READ MORE
We are asking the controversial question: can very contemporary art live in the same room with cartoon surrealism and some variation on narrative traditional art without the room bursting into flame? READ MORE
Gronk Nicandro is an allegorical figurative painter. His work is from his imagination that often takes the form of a visual allegory of a young woman confronted with stepping into the precipice in their life that will take them into the unknown. READ MORE
Aaron Wisenfield is an allegorical figurative painter. His work is from his imagination that often takes the form of a visual allegory of a young woman confronted with stepping into the precipice in their life that will take them into the unknown. READ MORE
The result: pieces rich in texture, whose color palette are plastic wastes of poor nutrition; individual consequences of globalization and undoubtedly one of the plagues of the 21st century. READ MORE
Wyatt Mills: born – 1991 in Los Angeles. He has been living and working in Berlin, Germany since 2016. Wyatt holds a BFA with Honors in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Wyatt Mills was born 1991, in Los Angeles. He has been living and working in Berlin, Germany since 2016. Wyatt holds a BFA with Honors in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York. READ MORE
Ash does every kind of art, from fine art painting to comics and toy design. His painting has a distinctive style, using a comic book structure with an expressionist painting energy confidently applied over the top. READ MORE
Sean Cheetham is a figurative painter whose technical accuracy of his alla prima paintings, is derived from a deep understanding of drawing and his own system of mixing colors. READ MORE
David Lipson assembles one of a kind robots from random objects. He studied oil painting at the Art Students League of New York, and the National Academy of Design. READ MORE
H/I Art Advisory works to connect artists with collectors and organizations that help to further their career. Though we are based in Los Angeles, we partner with foundations and organizations on a global level to increase the visibility of artists whose careers have been outside of the institutional norm, thereby helping to redefine the manner by which new art is accepted and shown.” READ MORE
Hollywood Motel: “I was pushing extremely bright broken colors at the time.” READ MORE
I love making any good painting, but I think the Superhero’s are my strongest concept. My Writing would be my lurid oversized art comic: Happy Comics, a very dark humored one-shot book published by 3A.