Videos

Chris Dorosz | Molecular

Published: Jul 15, 2016
Running time: 6:54
Film by Eric Minh Swenson

Chris Dorosz has always been interested in deconstructing visual imagery into elemental units, and reassembling them in a way that challenges our visual assumptions. He is best known for his intricate figurative sculptures made up of dot-like paint drops suspended on a clear grid of acrylic rods. The colorful clusters of paint form figures that seem to materialize, floating in space, and interact in a way that is reminiscent of actors on a stage.

Born in Canada, where he earned his master’s degree at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Chris Dorosz now makes his home in San Francisco. His work has been exhibited widely in Canada and in the Bay Area, including a solo exhibition at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. He has been featured in Elle Magazine and Canadian Art Magazine, among other publications.

Chris Dorosz | SJICA Painted Room 2008

Published: Dec 14, 2008
Running time: 4:33

Painted Room, an installation by Chris Dorosz at the Institute of Contemporary Art in San Jose California, Nov 2008 – Jan 2009. A film by Anton Orlov composed of approximately 15000 still images captured with Canon 5D camera.

Peter Fox | Spill  Process 2013

Published: Feb 27, 2013
Running time: 9:56

This work began with a thought about languages as constellational systems, reflecting the shifting fields generated among any set of signs: one might play with these constellations, in the space before words. I began by working with eyedroppers – like Painting, they’re for putting things in your eyes. The paint led the conversation, with chance and physics shaping process and outcome, evolving language from accident.

Warner Friedman | Unfinished Business

Published: Aug 30, 2016
Running time: 1:15

Warner Friedman is an American artist whose acrylic paintings on slanted canvases present a fascinating three-dimensional perspective of landscapes viewed through architectural details.

Warner Friedman | High Tide

Published: Aug 30, 2016
Running time: 1:04

Warner Friedman is an American artist whose acrylic paintings on slanted canvases present a fascinating three-dimensional perspective of landscapes viewed through architectural details.

Warner Friedman | An American Place

Published: Aug 30, 2016
Running time: 1:28

Warner Friedman is an American artist whose acrylic paintings on slanted canvases present a fascinating three-dimensional perspective of landscapes viewed through architectural details.

Hacer | Art in America

Published: September 25, 2012
Running time: 1:26

Anna Halldin-Maule | Making of_Röd Blomma II

Published: January 23, 2017
Running time: 7:52

Anna Halldin-Maule | Making Of…Papillon & A Girl Can Dream (Orange)

Published: August 2, 2013
Running time: 3:01

Anna Halldin-Maule creates two new oil-paintings, Papillon & A Girl Can Dream. Watch the whole process of her working with the models, capturing the perfect pose, and the meticulous brushstroke by brushstroke process of her amazing painting technique.

Cheryl Kelley | OKCMOA Interview

Published: Feb 19, 2013
Running time: 1:51

OKCMOA interviews photorealist artist Cheryl Kelley during “Photorealism Revisited,” on view from January 24 through April 21, 2013.

David Michael Smith | Elegy

Published: Jan 9, 2012
Running time: 1:44

A short video featuring some of the paintings and themes from the show, “Elegy” at Scott Richards Contemporary Art gallery, Feb. 2 – Mar. 17, 2012.