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NEW AT CODA

CHAA YOUN WOO
Ava, Woven acrylic vinyl, 48 x 36 in.

Chaa Youn Woo learned the craft of weaving when living with the Tukano Indians of the Amazon forest. By incorporating these acquired skills of the craft into the Western art of the portrait, we revisit the modern portrait through the renewed perspective of the primitive weave. Chaa's upcoming museum exhibition opens February 17, 2018, at the Centro Estatal de las Artes in Tijuana, Mexico.  more

PETER EUGEN NILSSON
Disney vs. Warhol, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 39 in.
 
Born in 1978 in Sweden, Peter Eugen Nilsson is a landscape painter who entered the world of pop art and now creates detailed studies of contemporary icons. In a short time he has become one of Scandinavia's leading artists in this style, and celebrities around the world have drawn attention to his art. His paintings have been exhibited in Sweden, Paris, Hong Kong, Hamburg, Las Vegas, Montreaux, Switzerland, London, and New York.  more
UPCOMING IN FEBRUARY
Please join us for two exciting exhibition openings
First Friday Art Walk, February 2, 5-8 pm
MARK DAVIS, mobile sculpture
February 2 - 23, 2018
 
MARK DAVIS
Gentle Storm, Brass and aluminum with steel wires and acrylic cord,
oil and acrylic paint, 20 x 40 x 11 in.

For the first 15 years of his career as a professional artist, Mark Davis created high-fashion, sculptural jewelry for clients such as Vogue magazine and prestigious department stores in New York City like Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. In time, he reverted back to his initial inspiration and passion: mobiles. Over the years, he has added to his repertoire to include a range of sizes of hanging and standing mobiles; then wall-mounted mobiles; and, most recently, mobiles with C-shaped arms attached to bases. His largest work, "Healing Waters," features LED-rimmed shapes and measures 70 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 10 feet tall which hangs above the entrance to the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.  more
 
JAMIE PERRY, paintings
February 2 - 23, 2018
JAMIE PERRY
Rest Stop, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 in.

If you sense a bit of Edward Hopper in Jamie Perry's figurative paintings or a bit of Maynard Dixon in one of his landscapes, you’ve identified two of his inspirations in terms of style. In terms of subject matter, the native Southern Californian finds daily motivation from “being observational,” he says. “It’s little things I notice while driving around that immediately conjure up a painting in my head.” Though he grew up in Claremont and now lives in Riverside, Midwest settings (e.g., a lone farmhouse on flat land) appeal to his minimalist aesthetic. At the same time, he attributes his love for symbols of the American dream and lifestyle to “growing up in Southern California where there’s so much opportunity.” more
OVER 150 ARTISTS • AVAILABLE AT THE GALLERY OR ONLINE
 
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