P-Jay Fidler’s work takes the familiar and seeks to re-contextualize it to create non linear narratives. What results is a conversation about the impermanent and circular nature of life, the ultimate death that confronts every person and the physical, tangible ephemera that we create in our wake. Dealing with creation, existence, absence, and transformation his imagery ranges from the surreal to the ambiguous. Born in a small farming community in central California, Fidler left to attend and graduate from the Art Center College of Design and now works and lives in Los Angeles.
Jason Redwood, southern California based artist, extracts from personal past references to intertwine with contemporary undercurrents of pop culture. Other worldly images meld with icons grounded in human nature.
Mel Kadel’s work is a colorful blending of something from the past, and bits of the future. It’s as if an old pattern you’d see on grandma’s pillowcase was sent through a psychedelic blender. Within the patterns and layers, you’ll find stories of nature, interconnectedness, strength, and solitude. Kadel is based in Los Angeles, CA.
Travis Millard is a Los Angeles based artist known for drawings on paper. His work explores a variety of themes including waking dream states, funny ultra violence, and other oddities of the imaginative landscape.
Gosha Levochkin is a Los Angeles based painter who paints with a surreal, chaotic, detail-driven style. Growing up in Russia, Gosha spent a great deal of his time drawing and immediately identified with LA’s contemporary art scene. In his latest series, Gosha uses guache and watercolor to portray the raw, beautiful, yet polluted aspects of nature. His technique typically combines fine line work with unique characters, and is constantly evolving while maintaining a distinct look.