Liminal Spaces: New Paintings
Opening Reception June 15, 2013 6:00-8:00pm
About the Exhibit: Keystone Art Space is pleased to exhibit the work of artist Krista Machovina. Machovina’s oil on panel paintings capture the liminal spaces of no longer and not yet through the metaphor of the sea and sky. The almost abstract images that result evoke the tonalist and color field movement, with an emotive element that makes the viewer feel they stand before a portrait a of a well studied and familiar visage. These works are quiet, meditative spaces in which a moment of calm can be found at this gallery within the heart of bustling and industrial growing arts region of North East Los Angeles. A portion of proceeds from sales of this exhibit will benefit Create LA andThe Art of Elysium.
Create LA is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to engaging youth in quality arts education programming, providing the transfer of skills from this generation of artisans to the next, and to provide a community space for creativity to thrive. The Art of Elysium is a non-profit arts organization that encourages working actors, artists, fashion designers and musicians to dedicate their time and talent to children battling serious medical conditions.
About the Artist: Ms. Machovina earned an MA from Southern Illinois University and a BFA from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Her work is in private and corporate collections nationwide. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
About the Venue: Keystone is a Fine and Industrial Art studio space located in Glassell Park, Los Angeles. It houses over 40 studios of artists of varying disciplines as well as a classroom, film shoot space, and gallery . Keystone is also the home of the community art education non-profit, CreateLA.