Closing Celebratory Show

July 9 – September 1, 2016

Grant Mudford

Installation view: 669 N La Cienega Blvd, Karen Carson, January 1982. Photographed by Grant Mudford.

                                                                                               

Rosamund Felsen Gallery

Installation view. 2016

Les Biller

Les Biller
No Title.  2016
Oil on canvas, framed
47 ¾ x 66”

LB16 01

 

Pauline Stella Sanchez
Head/bust series:
My Head Stuck no Struck no TRAPPED as a Constructivist theatre stage… #7 with wink and interpersonal deception theory. 2008
11 ½ x 30 x 28” 

PSS08 07

 

Steve Hurd
The Last Supper.  2016
Oil on canvas
18 x 28”

SH16 01

Jean Lowe

Jean Lowe
Doctor’s Notes.  2004-07
Enamel on papier mache, 15-part
Each approx. 13 ½ x 10 ½”, overall: 43 x 59 ½” as installed   

 

Top row: 

Gaunt Vegetarian. 2005

Rounds to Neurology. 2004

Family Man. 2007

Lifestyle Changes. 2007

Obese White Male. 2007

 

Middle row:

Text Messaging. 2005

7th Session. 2005

Blow Job. 2007

Rounds to Neurology. 2004

Member Only. 2004

 

Bottom row:

Midlife Crisis. 2004

Carnivorous Biped. 2005

Unicorns. 2007

Existential Issues. 2007

Poem. 2004

 

JL16 11

 

Lavi Daniel

Lavi Daniel
A Perpetual Dance.  2016
Oil on canvas
101 1/8 x 96 3/8”

LD16 18

 

Karen Carson

Karen Carson
Birth, Thank You, Death.  1994
Silkscreen, framed
35 1/4 x 29 3/8”
Artist Proof, edition of 20

KC16 11

 

Maureen Selwood

Maureen Selwood
Cat – red, from The Garden.  2012-15
Hydrocal and gesso on burlap over felt-lined chicken wire, acrylic on knitted yarn, on wood base
33 ½ x 32 x 26”, extension dimension variable

MSe15 26

 

Nancy Jackson

Nancy Jackson
Loading Docks.  2016
Gouache on paper, framed
14 ¾ X 20 ¾” 

NJ16 01

 

Nancy Jackson

Nancy Jackson
Mom.  2015
Gouache on paper, framed
13 7/8 x 20 ¾”

NJ16 02

Nancy Jackson

Nancy Jackson
Peacock.  2015
Gouache on paper, framed
14 ¾ x 20 5/8”

NJ16 03

 

Kim MacConnel

Kim MacConnel
Jagat.  1991
Cotton flocking and acrylic on canvas, painted carved wood frame
38 ½ x 38 ¼”

KM15 01

 

Installation view. 2016

Ann Preston

Ann Preston
Untitled.  2015
Ink on plaster
19 x 15 x 14”

AP16 01

 

 

Tanya Haden

Tanya Haden
Untitled.  2011
Gouache and Prisma pencil on paper, framed
51 3/8 x 39 7/8”

TH16 01

 

Patrick Nickell

Patrick Nickell
Sometimes It’s Hard to Hear the Cold Hard Truth.   2015 - 2016
Acrylic on plaster, burlap, wood, metal screen
51 ½ x 47 ½ x 36”

PN16 01

Joan Jonas

Joan Jonas
Back in the Cactus Garden, with Decoy.  1995/96
Gelatin silver print
41 5/8 x 41 ¾”
2 of an edition of 4

JoJ96 05

 

Jacci Den Hartog

Jacci Den Hartog
Fumerole.  2016
Acrylic, metallic paint, Flashe on aqua resin, aluminum and steel
31 x 22 x 12”

JDH16 01

 

Marcia Roberts
Alturus, from San Marcos Series.  2000
Acrylic on canvas, mounted on wood
62 x 81 ¼”
 

MaR16 09

 

Renée Petropoulos

Renée Petropoulos
Study For A Representation of Syria.   1989-90
2 - part, oil on paper, framed; 2 engraved brass plaques
Each frame: 37 7/8 x 46 ¼”

RP91 11

 

Judith Barry

Judith Barry
2 videos, these works can be exhibited as both a 3-D model, as shown here and as installations.

 

Consigned to border: the terror and possibility in the things not seen.  1997/2007
Installation first exhibited in SITE97, San Diego. 1997/2007
 

Echo. 1986
Installation, Two-sided slide; film/sound projection or as an installation
Commissioned for the Project Series, Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1986

 

JB16 01

Installation view. 2016

Tim Ebner
6 Untitled Paintings.  2016
Oil, acrylic, fixative on canvas
Each 20 x 16”

Untitled (Red + purple on blue).
Untitled (Black on sky blue).
Untitled (Black + purple on pink).
Untitled (Red + black on blue).
Untitled (Navys on blue).
Untitled (Black + purple on orange).


TE16 82 - TE16 87

John Mills: For Your Eyes Only

John Mills
Innerlight.  2016
Oil and graphite on canvas
48 x 48”

TE16 08

 

Gegam Kacherian

Gegam Kacherian
Untitled.  2015
Acrylic on mylar
24 ½ x 24 ½”

GeK16 01

 

Mindy Alper

Mindy Alper
Untitled (umbrella).  n.d.
Ink and marker on paper, framed
11 1/8 x 14”

 

MiA16 211

Mindy Alper

Mindy Alper
Untitled (salt & pepper).  n.d.
Ink and marker on paper, framed
14 1/8 x 14”
 

MiA16 212

 

Mindy Alper

Mindy Alper
Untitled (asparagus).  n.d.
Ink & marker on paper, framed
11 1/8 x 14”

MiA16 213

 

M.A. Peers

M.A. Peers
Collie.  1995
Oil on found sofa upholstery fabric
93 x 96”

MAP96 08

 

Marc Pally

Marc Pally
Karawari.  2016
Acrylic & graphite on wood
24 x 24 x ¼”

MP16 01

 

Grant Mudford

Grant Mudford
Shiva Paint Tub #7  1982/2004
Chromogenic print mounted on sintra, framed
1 of an edition of 10
48 ¾ x 61 ¾”

GM04 07

 

C.K. Wilde

C.K. Wilde
Narkissos.  2013
Currency collage on museum board mounted on wood panel, framed
81 5/8 x 37 ¾”

CW15 11

 

 

Kathleen Henderson

Kathleen Henderson
Above: Crossing the River. 2016
Below: Leda and the Swan. 2016

Oil on paper, framed
Each: 27 7/8 x 40 ¾”

KH16 01 + 02

 

 

Steven Hull

Steven Hull
Uncertain Ending.  2016
Found objects; modular synthesizer, oil on plexiglass, steel, wood, paper, silk, rattan, amplified speaker, Kevlar
Overall: 101 x 67 x 52”

SH16 19

 

Karen Liebowitz

Karen Liebowitz

Study for Reviving the Bird (As Woman). 2007 - 2009

Oil on panel

22 x 18"

 

KL12 03

Andrew Falkowski

Andrew Falkowski
Self titled (It was u).  2016
Acrylic, woven canvas, pencil, colored pencil, archival digital print, Xerox transfer, canvas collage on panel
48 12 x 30 ½”

AF16 01

 

Press Release

July 9 - September 1, 2016

Beginning in 1978, Rosamund Felsen Gallery has represented artists and exhibited artworks that have challenged, furthered and championed the culture of art in Los Angeles.  Opening on La Cienega Blvd, moving to West Hollywood, then Bergamot Station and last year to Downtown Los Angeles, the gallery has experienced memorable art presentations, with curators, writers, collectors and artists participating in the creation of a community around the gallery.

 

After almost four decades, Rosamund Felsen Gallery will be having its final exhibition; it will include artworks by each of the current gallery artists and will be exhibited with reverie and tremendous pride.  In its way, the final exhibition will be paying tribute not only to all the extraordinary artists who have filled both the gallery space and gallery’s identity over the years, but will also serve as a marking point for the current gallery artists’ ongoing careers.

 

Though the physical location will be closing after this exhibition, the gallery will continue to maintain an online presence through the gallery’s website:  www.rosamundfelsen.com

 

Thank you all for your longtime support.