Archive for exhibitions

“Fearless art is the best art of all”

Over the next few weeks we will post excerpts from interviews with several of the enamel artists in California Now, as well as images of their work. The exhibition runs through August 21st at the Richmond Art Center


Victoria Montgomery

Victoria Montgomery worked primarily in metal until 2009, when, in her final semester at California College of the Arts, she stumbled on enameling in a class with Deborah Lozier. It has been, she says, “a love affair ever since.” Here, she tells us about her approach to her art, why mystery metals are so fun to enamel, and the rewards of being “materialistically rebellious.” Read More →

Does “California Now” Give West Coast Enameling Its Due?

This summer’s crowded exhibition schedule includes a major exhibit that hopes to put California enameling on the map.


Curtis Arima, Shifting Tides 4

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