In Studio: September 12–October 3, 2015
On exhibit: through October 31, 2015
Max Greis’ work is preoccupied with the ways in which our post-industrial world has altered our relationship with nature. He utilizes collage built from landscape scenes that construct apocalyptic panoramas evoking history, war, and conquest.
In Studio: November 14–December 5, 2015
On exhibit: through January 2, 2016
With lighting and fluid brushstrokes Charles Moxon’s portraits are reminiscent of the 17th century Dutch Old Masters. Often using actors and models as his subjects, Moxon has found a way to explore the theme of performance both on the stage and in everyday life.
In Studio: January 16 – Februar y6, 2016
On exhibit: through March 12, 2016
The embroidered paintings of Massachusetts native, Sophia Narrett, provide a setting for what she calls “honest fantasy”. Influenced by Hieronymus Bosch, they envelope her own experience as well as societal fantasies about desire, identity, and gender.
In Studio: March 26–April 16, 2016
On exhibit: through May 28, 2016
Margaret Griffith reinterprets urban and residential landscape by reimagining a ubiquitous structure – the residential gate – as a metaphor for urban boundaries. She questions the visual borders we construct and their use for protection, privacy, isolation, and confinement.
In Studio: June 11 – July 9, 2016
On exhibit: through July 30, 2016
Texas-based Angela Kallus creates relief paintings using cake decorator’s tools. The acrylic rosettes thus created cover her panels in blooms that at once embrace and upend traditional symbols of femininity and romance.
Tags: Encinitas contemporary art; Encinitas art; Lux resident artists; Max Greis; Charles Moxon; Sophia Narrett; Margaret Griffith; Angela Kallus.