Cornelia Schulz / Carrie Lederer


Cornelia Schulz / fresh from the studio, opening October 28, 2017

Cornelia Schulz / D 15 / upcoming November 5th, 2017

Carrie Lederer / Small World / paintings & sculpture /opening November 4th, 2017

Toshiaki Noda / Upcoming February 17th / Installation view Tomio Koyama Gallery

Toshiaki Noda / Upcoming February 17th / Installation view Tomio Koyama Gallery

Joachim Bandau / paintings / Upcoming February 17th, 2018

GAIL WIGHT / drawings, installation / upcoming April 2018

JIHA MOON / paintings, ceramics / Upcoming May 2018

JIHA MOON / paintings, ceramics / Upcoming May 2018

Press Release

Exhibition Dates: November 4 – December 16, 2017.

Cornelia Schulz: paintings

Carrie Lederer: Musing on the Force of Nature: Vistas and Tableaux – paintings, sculpture

Reception: Saturday, November 4th,  3 – 6 pm

Octogenarian Cornelia Schulz continues to present a vibrant vigor unique to artists’ of any age. For over 46 years she has honed her skills in small format paintings of complex shape and color. Studying sculpture at Los Angeles County Art Institute in the 1950’s, Schulz learned 3-D modeling techniques in steel and wood which proved important in subsequent years. Her altered rectilinear shapes are hand built wood supports, stretched with canvas. Using a knife, Schulz slices and swirls paint into a complex brew of color, gestural oppositions and hair raising improbabilities. The paintings while clearly 2-D, hold the viewers attention as sculptural objects of unerring integrity, a unique distillation of intent and accident only a master can impart.

Kenneth Baker, who has reviewed every Cornelia Schulz exhibition since the 1990’s comments, “For some years, Schulz’s art seemed to build and comment on the project of activating paintings’ perimeters that connects Barnett Newman (1905-1970), Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella and Elizabeth Murray (1940-2007), among others. Like those predecessors, Schulz treated the outer contours of a painting as a troubled boundary between what she could control and the uncontrollable, between domains of intended meaning and of misreading and chance.”

Cornelia Schulz is an important Northern California painter and educator who has influenced generations of artists. Her paintings are included in national and international collections. Schulz is Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Davis, where she taught for 30 years and twice chaired the Fine Art Department.

In addition to the upcoming exhibition Cornelia Schulz is included in About Abstraction: Bay Area Women Painters, at the Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek, CA, through December 17th. “Political conversations have turned a renewed spotlight on women and their power and influence on every corner of society, including the arts. In the spirit of continued discovery, About Abstraction: Bay Area Women Painters celebrates 16 Bay Area women artists, emerging and established, who have worked in abstraction for years.”

For over twenty years Carrie Lederer has been making work that relates to forms found in nature, alongside our relationship to the natural world. Filled with a Byzantine intricacy of patterns, shapes, and constellations, her paintings and sculpture depict turbulent gardens informed by nature’s riotous colorful beauty, and the deep dark space of our universe.

Lederer’s paintings and sculpture are a response to the wonderments of fractals, a complex geometric figure made up of patterns that repeat itself. She’s drawn to nature’s infinite capacity to create and reproduce pattern, “At first glance fractals seem to be a tangle of order/disorder or violence/beauty – they tell the story of wild transformations in nature taking place on a daily basis, giving order to a chaotic world of energy, they serve both as a source of imagery and inspiration for my creative practice.”

Carrie Lederer lives and works in Oakland, California. Exhibitions include Mills College Art Museum, Oakland; San Jose Museum of Art; the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art; diRosa Art, Napa, and Turtle Bay Museum, Redding. She is a recipient of the prestigious Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Award


PULSE Miami Beach 2017
Ramekon O’Arwisters: Sculpture
Markus Linnenbrink: Paintings
Exhibition Dates: Thursday, December 7 – Sunday, December 10, 2017
Location: Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Exhibition Dates:January 6 – February 10, 2018
Ramekon O’Arwisters: Fiber Sculpture
Heike Kati Barath: paintings
Reception: Saturday, January 6th,  3 – 6 pm
Exhibition Dates: February 17 – March 31, 2018
Joachim Bandau: paintings
Toshiaki Noda: ceramic sculpture
Reception: Saturday, February 17,  3 – 6 pm
Exhibition Dates: April 7 – May 12, 2018
Gail Wight: drawings, installation
Reception: Saturday, April 4th, 3 – 6 pm
Exhibition Dates: May 19 – June 30, 2018
Jiha Moon: paintings, ceramic sculpture
Reception: Saturday, May 19th, 3 – 6 pm