Studio C Gallery is proud to announce A Donut Tail, a Solo Exhibition by SHIBATA, Tomoaki.
A Donut Tail is an exhibition of abstract, cartoon and comic taste paintings.
SHIBATAis a Japan-based artist, currently living in L.A., for a designated time.
He is the gallery's first male Japanese Artist exhibiting since the gallery was opened in 2013.
A Donut Tail will feature a selection of collective paintings in which the artist employs Japanese painting skills and artistic intelligence of Japanese cartoonish taste. SHIBATA gets his inspiration form ordinary phenomenon, especially in person, that he sees in daily life.
He depicts the ones closet in proximity. For example, the black pug and Russian Blue mix cat are depicted by SHIBATA's ordinary life. In addition, individuals who appear in his paintings are also a point of view of SHIBATA's life. An experimental composition is part of the painting process that the artist uses in expressing his work.
The Water-Line Inspiration for Change Exhibition opened with a big splash on the evening of May 23rd! The gallery was filled to capacity with crowds seeking the enigmatic artworks on display.
The show consists of forty-four women artists living here locally, nationally, and abroad. Studio C Gallery Director Peggy Nichols, along with the Director/Curator of Pitzer College Art Galleries, Ciara Ennis, and Artist/Curator of Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art, “Forbidden Language: Beauty and Culture,” Olivia Sanchez Brown, curated the Water-Line Exhibition.
Each artist’s work uniquely envisions the relationship between women and water, and how that correlates to the current condition in our environment, our selves, and the sublime. Each work stands strongly on its own.
In addition to the Water-Line exhibition, Studio C Gallery is doing its part in raising awareness and donations for our sponsor Los Angeles Waterkeeper. “Founded in 1993, LA Waterkeeper’s mission...