Reception – Saturday, May 25th from 3-6pm Shoebox Projects 660 South Avenue 21 #3 LA Ca 90031 Live Performance @4:30pm Memory. Loss. Trauma. Pain. Love. Anger. Thrill. Anxiety. Obsession. Seeking Connectivity. Constructing Consciousness. I am a compilation of knowledge, experiences and beliefs being constantly broken up and rearranged throughout life’s unexpected turns. Everything that is… Continue reading Artist In Residence | Solo Show “Peripheral Nerve”
Tag: mixed media
Artist Feature // Asymmetric Magazine
Artist Feature in Asymmetric Magazine 2017 An excerpt from the interview: AM: We love your layering and use of mixed media! Can you tell us a bit about your process for creating a new piece and choosing materials? KC: In my studio, I always foster an environment of playfulness. I make no preliminary sketches or… Continue reading Artist Feature // Asymmetric Magazine
Artist Journal #21
2/25/15 Art is an important activity of daily life. A mean for self-expression and confidence, discovery and positive creation. To make art with your hands is a positive, non-violent expression of self. Imagination and creative problem solving are imperative to everyday life experiences. Making art is a way of seeing, feeling and experiencing the world… Continue reading Artist Journal #21
Now Available for Purchase!
Life just got easier for all you art lovers out there <3 <3 <3 My work is now available for purchase through Saatchi Art Online and my new Etsy store! Visit Saatchi Art Online for larger original paintings, and visit Etsy for smaller original drawings and collages. Thanks for supporting the arts!
UPDATE: Involvement in ‘The Sketchbook Project’
Following up with my involvement in The Sketchbook Project in 2014! I now have access to their Digital Library documentation of my sketchbook. It feels like forever ago, but the ideas from that little book are still pulsing in my studio. The energy, the shapes and the experimentation with media continue to translate. My sketchbook… Continue reading UPDATE: Involvement in ‘The Sketchbook Project’