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Room To Breathe

September 3, 2022 - September 30, 2022

Opening: Saturday, September 3, 2022, 4:00 - 6:00 PM

“Room To Breathe” features an inspiring selection of artworks by contemporary artists whose original works are energized by each artist’s interactions with nature and their surrounding landscape. Bearing witness to the impermanence of these verdant landscapes, the measured growth of a forest, and the vulnerable flora and fauna that inhabit increasingly fragile ecosystems, “Room To Breathe” offers the viewer an opportunity to ruminate on our era of climatic change and our collective role as a planetary geological force. Each artist beautifully examines human participation in the balance of nature and our impact on the delicate environments we call home.

Inspired by paintings created by old masters and the immersion in nature she experienced in the Black Forest, German artist Katharina Husslein paints in a representational manner to capture lively bouquets and saturated landscapes. Born in Wertheim, Germany, Husslein grew up in a quaint village surrounded by luscious hills and flowing rivers and spent time studying art in London, Los Angeles, New York, and Australia to grow her practice and widen her perspective. Husslein’s textural and abstracted paintings perfectly capture the vibrancy and movement of a coastal sunset with impressionistic flair.

Patricia Corredor’s modern metal sculptures are a bridge between abstraction and figuration, concept and expression. She is interested in using symbols of nature as a resource in her original artworks with themes inspired by experiences from the environment, images, objects that evoke memories, and societal influences. Corredor imagines her work “as if the figures and images had the necessity to feel the air, experience climatic changes, and contribute to the landscape in a public space.”

Beth Munro’s paintings, whether composed of still life, landscape, or abstract forms, focus on pattern, color, and texture. Munro is inspired by everything from the Impressionist works of Paul Cézanne and Abstract paintings of Willem de Kooning to the Fauvist paper cut-outs of Henri Matisse and historical quilts made by the women of Gee’s Bend in Alabama. While she is inspired by art history as well as her surroundings, she is constantly in search of new ways to create. This combination of inspiration and innovation gives her work a feeling of both familiarity and discovery. Munro’s palette is unique to her work and acts as a common thread as her subject matter evolves.

Joe Garnero’s preferred medium is reclaimed Redwood roots. These materials are ethically sourced and were typically broken apart and abandoned as a result of logging, flooding, and land clearing. Of his work, Garnero states, “The end result represents my depiction of what has taken hundreds of years to form. This inherent form is part of what I follow and direction I take to end up where I end up. These pieces are forces of nature that are strong, graceful, and enduring.” Garnero’s use of hand tools plays the biggest role in his work as it allows for a more delicate approach to preserving the integrity of the natural forms.

Preservation of vulnerable wildlife is the focus of Naomi Jones’ work: she finds catharsis in painting soulful animals. Portraits of vulnerable species native to the North American landscape are painted with an illustrative sensitivity, reminding the viewer to appreciate the delicate balance of nature. She tries to make such wildlife, frequently living on the edges of homes and gardens, visible through paintings set among vividly patterned backgrounds. Jones is inspired by Georgia O’Keefe’s attention to the natural world and Frida Kahlo’s narrative approach to painting.

Will Beger's contemporary-minimalist paintings take on a new approach to southwest art. Influenced by his youth and inspired by nature, he effortlessly captures a vibrant, bohemian aesthetic that is unapologetically true to his inner child. His modern Southwest artworks feature a mix of mid-century modernism and landscape motifs with an emphasis on desert minimal design. Through stark contrasts between bold, monochromatic backgrounds and subject matter, Beger paints for himself, while also seamlessly connecting with anybody and everybody.

Since the opening of Artspace Warehouse in 2010, the gallery continues to be an industry leader in affordable, museum-quality artworks making collecting art accessible and budget-friendly. With one gallery in Zurich and two galleries in Los Angeles, Artspace Warehouse specializes in guilt-free international urban, pop, graffiti, figurative and abstract art. The expansive 5,000-square-foot space offers a large selection of emerging and established artists from all over the world.


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