Stationary Front

602 Moulton Ave. Los Angeles CA 90031
Jan 11, 7 PM - 10 PM — ends Feb 22, 2020
Stationary Front​

Curated by Megan Mueller

A stationary front is a weather phenomenon referring to the boundary between hot and cold fronts. These hot and cold fronts become a pair of masses, neither of which is strong enough to replace the other resulting in a temporary stand off of forces.

The artists of ​Stationary Front​ present works on the front and back of paper that incorporate note making, drawing, observation, collecting, journaling, and mark making as a means to process their environments. This exhibition presents artwork where both the front and back of 2 dimensional work have equal importance. Without a definitive front, the work of​ Stationary Front is meant to be handled, viewed, engaged from different perspectives.

Participating artists: Jamie Arenas, Kristin Cammermeyer, Larry Dunbar, Mariah Anne Johnson, Elizabeth Maldari, Daniel Newman, Helen Paik, Marilyn Schmidt

Opening reception
Saturday, January 11, 7-10 PM
On view until February 22nd

Gallery hours Saturdays 12-4 PM, beginning January 18th