More to come…. this is a teaser reminder
Opening: Friday, July 22 from 5 to 9pm
Exhibit Dates: July 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 19, 30, & 31. Closed July 25
More to come…. this is a teaser reminder
Saturday, April 18, 2015 at the Red Pipe gallery, I’ll be showing a new series performance piece “Press Your Breasts” where the work shown are mono prints using my breasts as the element of pressing. There will be a video posted soon.
The show is titled Old Broads and features the work of twenty-two female, visual artists over the age of 50, currently working in the Los Angeles area. The show seeks to showcase … Continue reading
Something about the Holidays… that just makes you want to celebrate. I celebrated by creating some little 6×6 images… they are precious. Take a look and let me know if you are interested in any of them. Happy Holidays!
I’ve just started on the Precious Gold Series so if there is an image you’d Continue reading
“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
This is one of my most fav paintings. “Umbrella and Eggs!” was a fun and explorative piece when I made it. I was just beginning to go in this direction again and adding the eggs and their whimsey was new to my thinking. I very much like the way this turned out and was excited Continue reading
Just in from the Art Projects Paia in Hawaii… The Orange Fish (30″x22″; oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink on arches) has been sold. And, I’m in process of painting two more for shipping soon.
Thank you to APP and to the new owner of this piece of art.
An install of mine from several years ago… it’s parts live in and among my home’s many spaces… all unassembled waiting… what does installation art do after the big hoorah anyways…
In the event that this piece ever gets to be installed again, Continue reading
I have just been notified that I am to have two pieces represented at the Kellogg University Art Gallery “Ink and Clay 40” Annual exhibition Opening September 13, in Pamona. Left: “I Am The Egg! Lady #1; and Right: Energy Impact Crater #3. Both are 30×22 and mixed media. Thank you Kellogg University Art Gallery Ink & Clay 40, September 13 to October 23, 2014 Jurors are Jeannie Denholm, Phyllis Green and Dave Lefner
The following info has been copied from the Kellogg University Art Gallery website.
“Ink and Clay is the Kellogg University Art Gallery’s annual competitive exhibition of ceramics, prints and drawings. 2014 marks the 40th year for this unique Continue reading
Impact Of Life: New artwork by Karrie Ross
LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts
August 3rd thru August 31, 2014
Karrie Ross / Michael Wood / Dani Vinokurov
OPENING Reception: Sunday, August 3rd from 3 to 5pm
Conversation with the Artists: 4pm
Los Angeles — Karrie Ross will exhibit a selection of paintings, created over a two-year period, at LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts, from August 3rd thru 31st, 2014. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 12noon to 5pm. Opening Reception and Meet the Artist at 4p.m. Karrie’s work spans a variety of images offering surreal faces, and the whimsy of a figure with an egg, to Continue reading
Show up from July 5 – August 17, 2014
Curated by Juri Koll
With Catalog Essays by Peter Frank, Shana Nys Dambrot & John Seed
The artists in this show use watercolor, inks, and other liquid media for a variety of reasons – some love the risk of not being able to alter the result once it hits the paper. Others have a more formal reason for the process. Some use the medium as a contemplative, almost reverential experience, or for “quiet meditation or being present in the moment”, as Shana Nys Dambrot says. All these motivations inspire these works, and engage the audience with the here and now, regardless of when the work was completed.
“I paint watercolors because they are alive, their blending creating another reality that was not planned or expected. The chemistry of the medium is all about water… in the air, time of day and year, how liquid the paint and if the paper is prewet or dry. For me, painting with watercolor is “high-risk” you never know how a piece will turn out. Water, the flow of life and change.”
~Karrie Ross, Los Angeles Artist Continue reading
I have not been a fan of theme shows, it seems I just don’t do them very well. It might be because I’m mostly abstract and themes are figurative. So, when a friend mentioned the MOAH show about Poppies I initially just flaked on it… then I started thinking… “I can paint a poppy. The flower that I love. The most beautiful orange EVER… that’s E . V . E . R….” So I painted three images of varying degrees of abstraction. From 1. as real as I paint 2. combined into a current series 3. totally out there abstract. AND #1 and #2 were accepted. Thank you MOAH!
Posted from the museum: “During a time when drought conditions have limited the explosion of gold that normally Continue reading
“Women Make The World Go Round”
Participating artists: Simone Alexandrino, Shawana Ankenbrandt, Lisa Bartleson, Tatiana Botton, Mitra Fabian, Lia Halloran, Sharon Johnson-Tennant, Maria Killigian, Kim McDonald, Aisha Olson, Jen Rosenstein, Karrie Ross, Nike Schroder, Gay Summer Rick, Moye Thompson, Christine Weir, Valerie Wilcox.
I will have four pieces in the show,The Ladder SOLD