Tag Archives: Bryan Ida

My Own Private Moon 2016

My Own Private Moon curated by Karrie Ross September 2016

My Own Private Moon curated by Karrie Ross September 2016

This is the final hanging of the show. Deceptive it might have been with my request to paint a Moon. My curatorial vision extended not only to from the individual Moon work being created but to the final hanging of sets and the vibration of the coming-together.

The Moon theme was suggested to me about a year ago after a piece I did for the Waterworks II show in Ojai finished so beautifully, the connection I had with water, the moon, science interaciton, global warming, axis changes, and the human element spurred me on and extended my vision. My focus all along was for a traveling show, Galleries, Museums, college galleries, public spaces, please contact me with any interest, I have several ideas for extended iterations planned. Continue reading

California Dreaming at OMA Oceanside Museum of Art Traveling Exhibition

“Big and Small California Dreaming”, 30×22; oil, watercolor, acrylic, ink, college, on arches; has been selected for the exhibition “California Dreaming: An International Portrait of Southern California” Traveling International Art Exhibition 2014-2015.

Chosen from nearly one thousand entries, jurors selected approximately 50 artworks to travel with California Dreaming. Juried by Peter Frank, Drew Oberjuerge, Daniel Foster, and Alfio Borghese

My catalog summary of the work: I am a native Californian, born in downtown Los Angeles in 1949. My teen years were the 1960 and I was a “beach bunny”, surfer-chick. I loved Disneyland and can almost say I grew up there—I went so often in the Continue reading