We came across artist Scott Lee some months back and dig the different outputs of expression. A Southern California native from the San Fernando Valley, Scott is currently in his second year at CalArts in the Fine Art program.
Words From Scott:
"My art is about a lot of things and varies in each project, but generally it's about painting, the material, the textures, colors, and composition. I guess I'm trying to speak a similar language as the early abstractionists were doing, just in my own way. It's also about process, this idea of layers and what it took to get to the final state. Within a lot of that though, I'm thinking about life, faith, doubts, hurt, joy, peace, and confusion."
Our good friend and fellow California Institute of the Arts alumni Matty Harris composed an amazing piece of music with 13 other talented jazz musicians titled "DOUBLE SEPTET". It's a wonderful narrative of sounds and feelings. You can buy or listen to the album by clicking the link below but at $20 the vinyl is definitely the recommended mode of listening.
We might start working on an Innocnts art & clothing look book. Here's some 35mm film images of Keri Miller wearing the Ferus Tee shot by CalArts alumni Emily Knecht that might be in the look book. More to come at some point.
Fellow CalArts alumni and Innocnts advocate Duke Choi has a great solo show up at the Prohibition Gallery in Culver City, Los Angeles if your have a chance to check it. All the work was created while he was living in South Korea and Mongolia. Duke also did an amazing mural on the outside gallery wall using his unique mapping technique and a spray can. Really impressive mural even by Los Angeles standards. The gallery is just off Washington blvd. on gallery row and the exhibition will remain up until August 24th so make it on over before it comes down. Well worth a viewing or two!