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Alec Egan
Los Angeles, CA https://anatebgi.com/cpt_artists/alec-egan / @alec.egan Fragmented and yet fully whole, Alec Egan tackles the psychology of the domestic interior through a maze of lushly wallpapered rooms. Blooming flower arrangements, a window, a ru
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Jill Mulleady
Los Angeles, CA Jill Mulleady (b. Montevideo, Uruguay, 1980) lives and works in Los Angeles. Mulleady’s practice shifts between close observations of everyday reality and highly elaborated imaginary worlds. In her work, references to historical paint
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Deitra Charles
Carson, CA deitra.charles@gmail.com / www.deitracharles.com / @deitrac My work is sourced from a personal place and evolves into a shared experience. It is broad in scope and connected by threads of memory, history, and hope. I step into the past to
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Amir H. Fallah
Los Angeles, CA 310.281.0961 (Shulamit Nazarian) studio@amirhfallah.com / www.amirhfallah.com Amir H. Fallah creates paintings, sculptures, and installations that utilize personal history as an entry point to discuss race, representation, the body, a
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Lilian Martinez
Yucca Valley, CA 323.641.7177 (Ochi Projects) @bfgf Lilian Martinez’s work reconciles past with present and future, combining elements from art history and classical architecture with contemporary pop-cultural references. Martinez is interested in ex
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Tahnee Lonsdale
Los Angeles, CA 212.255.5735 (De Buck Gallery) tahneelonsdale@gmail.com / www.tahneelonsdale.com / @tahneelonsdale Each of my paintings peers into my personal journey, juggling the ambiguous roles of a twenty-first-century mother and artist. There is
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Kohshin Finley
Los Angeles, CA studio@kohshinfinley.com / www.kohshinfinley.com / @kohshinfinley Kohshin Finley’s work depicts his friends and community as strong, resilient individuals on the other side of adversities they’ve faced. The subjects of his paintings u
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Julio Panisello-Huguet
West Hollywood, CA julio.panisello@gmail.com / www.juliopanisello.com / @juliopanisello / @julio.panisello I recognize in my work a strong influence from my childhood experiences growing up gay in Franco’s Spain. My first impression of fine art came
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Pricing
Misia Armstrong p16 $2,400 p17 $1,100 p18 $2,400 Tamera Avery p20 $3,500 p21 $4,200 p22 $14,500 Alejandro Cardenas p24 NFs p25 NFS p26 NFS Anthony Ciarlo p30 $1,000 p31 $1,000 p32 $1,000 Kathryn Clark p34 $3,000 p35 $3,000 p36 $3,000 Bailey Davenport
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Ellen George
Vancouver, WA 503.222.0063 (PDX CONTEMPORARY ART) www.pdxcontemporaryart.com/ellen-george I begin each painting with a thin line of silverpoint or gold point. Many of these delicate markings are layered within the chalky gouache brushstrokes. Visible
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Gregory Rick
Stanford, CA gregoryrick@cca.edu My life has been full of tribulations. I look at them as initiations. My father went to prison when I was seven for attempted murder. Although losing my dad was rough, his giving me two books, one on history and one o
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New American Paintings
Editor/Publisher: Steven T. Zevitas Associate Publisher: Andrew Katz Design/Production Manager: Alexandra Simpson Operations Manager: Alexandra Simpson Marketing Manager: Liz Morlock Copy Editor: Lucy Flint Nora Burnett Abrams Museum of Contemporary
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Grace Lynne Haynes
Newark, NJ bygracelynne@yahoo.com / www.bygracelynne.com / @bygracelynne Grace Lynne Haynes creates lusciously composed paintings containing bright textures and patterns. Intricate moments are juxtaposed against flat, black swaths of paint shaped to
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Alexandra Noel
Los Angeles, CA Alexandra Noel’s small-scale paintings and sculptures deal with issues of representation, agency, age, scale, and our relationship with digital media and screen time. Her work concerns the tension between flatness and depth in a psych
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Editor’s Note
As I am writing these words, we are still in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, and parts of the United States are, unfortunately, heading in the wrong direction. Over the past several months, our lives have changed in ways that we could scarcely h
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Justyn Hegreberg
Napa, CA 503.312.2192 justynhegreberg@protonmail.com / www.justynhegreberg.tumblr.com / @justynhegreberg As if in a dream, free-floating hands, eyes, and mostly mouths coexist with doodles, calculations, and inscriptions. I make this discrete body of
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Steven Stodor
San Francisco, CA info@stodor.com / www.stodor.com / @_stodor_ Through multiple layers of Mylar, transparent colored plastic, and spray paint, under resin, I create minimalistic, nonrepresentational abstractions. Each piece is a study of color, color
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Noteworthy:
Juror’s Pick p52 Amir H. Fallah is best known for his vibrant, ornate, and dynamic figurative and still-life paintings. His canvases at once digest his own immigrant experience, interrogate systems of representation, and celebrate hybridity through t
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David Hendrickson
Pasadena, CA dchendrickson1@gmail.com / www.dhendrickson.com / @dvdhndrcksn My paintings recombine, repeat, redact, and crop elements, materials, and objects to elicit a sense of absurdist absence and alienation. Digitally manipulating and collaging
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Judith Sturdevant
Portland, OR judith@judithsturdevant.com / www.judithsturdevant.com My process utilizes traditional painting techniques together with collage, textile arts, and digital manipulation to evoke transformative states and spaces inspired by a feminine aes
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Winners: Pacific Coast Competition 2019
Misia Armstrong | Tamera Avery | Alejandro Cardenas | Anthony Bradford Ciarlo | Kathryn Clark Bailey Davenport | Kyle Austin Dunn | Alec Egan | Amir H. Fallah | Kohshin Finley Ellen George | Grace Lynne Haynes | Justyn Hegreberg | David Hendrickson |
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Greg Ito
Los Angeles, CA www.gregito.xyz / @gregitooo Attuned to beauty in tragedy, Greg Ito’s paintings and installations operate like quasi–film sets though pared-down, minimal, and dreamlike, emphasizing mood and symbols rather than crystalized detail. Ito
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Bryan Ali Sanchez
San Diego, CA bryan.ali.sanchez@gmail.com / www.bryan-ali.com / @bryan_ali_sanchez My paintings deal with the inequalities of class structure, depicting the hardships of the working class. As a first-generation Mexican American, I also investigate th
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Juror’s Selections
The following section is presented in alphabetical order. Biographical information has been edited. Prices for available work may be found on p196. ■
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Eric Huebsch
Los Angeles, CA erichuebsch@hotmail.com / www.cockandoodle.com / @cockandoodle I consider the sponge my “spirit animal.” Constantly absorbing, filtering, and releasing: that’s how the sponge survives, and as an artist I am doing the same. I strive to
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Christine Tien Wang
San Francisco, CA 323.589.1135 (Night Gallery) www.christinetienwang.com My paintings combine photorealistic images and mannered texts. The text is oftentimes humorous and sardonic, commenting on current events, pop culture, sexual desire, commodity
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Misia Armstrong
Los Angeles, CA misiaarmstrong@gmail.com / www.misiaarmstrong.com / @takingtigermtn The main theme of my work is personal wayfinding. Self-trust and self-belief. Nature being the only relevant point of comparison, the only source for the guidelines a
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Jennie Jieun Lee
New York City, NY 212.560.0670 (Martos Gallery) jennie@jenniejieunlee.com / www.jenniejieunlee.com Jennie Jieun Lee uses rich imagery and textured marks to create her ceramics and installations. Busts, masks, wall works, and vessels covered in abstra
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Lava Thomas
Berkeley, CA www.lavathomas.com / @lavathomas Through an oeuvre that includes drawing, sculpture, and sitespecific installation, I strive to connect people across distance and difference, using my practice to bridge our common humanity while addressi
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Tamera Avery
San Francisco, CA 833.278.5683 (Jen Tough Gallery) tamiavery2217@comcast.net / www.tameraavery.com / @tameraavery My work is a celebration of youth, where the young are the champions of change in flawed social, political, and environmental landscapes
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