“Suspended Pillars” features new works from Culver City artist Gus Harper. If you’d like to see the show, call for appointment. See below for additional info.
See image: “Sapana XX”, oil on canvas, 48 x 48
These works are a continuation of an aesthetic Harper developed for his last show, “Searching For Heroes” with additional influence of a recent journey to Nepal which contributed to the dreamscape quality of much of the imagery.
Harper attributes much of his success to his family, friends, and colleagues. His mother, Fielden Harper (also an artist) was his first inspiration. She opened the door to her young son’s creativity by setting an example and following her passion in her own life.
Harper’s work has been shown across North America…New Orleans, San Francisco, New York, Mexico city, Puerto Vallarta, Denver. He enjoyed a solo exhibition at LOCZIdesign in San Francisco.
His most recent exhibition titled “Searching for Heroes” was held in January of this year.
See image: “The Meeting Point”, oil and acrylic on canvas, 43 x 43
I am a big fan of Gus Harper’s work…locally raised in Santa Monca, I wrote about him and his work this past January in the Santa Monica Mirror.
The gallery is open by appointment only. Call 310 699-9509.
What: Opening reception
Where: Gus Harper’s Studio, 11306 Venice Blvd. LA 90066