Eileen Cowin's photographs of orchids evoke the complicated emotions of the world in the wake of the pandemic. Expressing a somber acceptance with an understanding that anything is possible, these works capture the paradoxes of our contemporary reality.
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Yvette Gellis
Yvette Gellis describes her aim of capturing a harmonious relationship between abstract gestures and representational forms along with her inspiration for her paintings of poppies.
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Dion Johnson
Dion Johnson discusses and describes his painting "Satellite" (2023) and its connection to other artworks in 'The Flower Show' by Heather Gwen Martin and Matt Wedel.
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Flora Kao
Flora Kao's video and accompanying photographs present the Taiwanese ritual of burning origami flowers to mourn the loss of a loved one. The burning lotus in Kao's work symbolizes cathartic transformation.
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Stas Orlovski
Stas Orlovski explains the elements of his work "Wild Flower" (2000) included in 'The Flower Show.'
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Shaun McCracken
Shaun McCracken explains his process in mapping his photographs of flowers with geometric shapes.
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Christopher Pate
Christopher Pate discusses his 'Dominion Series,' a fascinating inquiry into beauty and form.
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Sandra Mendelsohn Rubin
Sandra Mendelsohn Rubin discusses the details and process of her brilliant colored pencil drawing, "Cactus Flower" (1979).
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Jennifer Vanderpool
Jennifer Vanderpool describes her work, a tribute to the iconic Dorothy Draper, in 'The Flower Show.'
The Flower Show artist spotlight: Tom Wudl
Tom Wudl reads from a primary inspiration for this artwork, the beautiful beginning passage of the Avatamsaka Sutra.
Step inside painter Sandra Mendelsohn Rubin's idyllic landscapes, as she tours us around her luscious garden and adjacent studio in Mendocino County, California. Filmed entirely by the artist in spring and summer of 2020.
Los Angeles natives Kohshin Finley, Gajin Fujita, Patrick Martinez and Gabriella Sanchez joined us to talk about how the city has influenced their work, and their hopes and visions for the near and long-term future of this unique place.
Tom Wudl describes his mindset and inspiration in the studio while working on his punctiliously detailed "Om Mani Padme Hum," a work which is still in progress, and on display in "Tom Wudl: The Flowerbank World".
Through this playlist of 3 videos, gain insight into the deliberate color selection and creative process behind Heather Gwen Martin's exhibition "Nerve Lines and Fever Dreams," on view 24 May - 2 July 2021
Legendary Texan musician and visual artist Terry Allen came to Los Angeles with an exhibition at L.A. Louver "The Exact Moment It Happens in the West: Stories, Pictures and Songs from the '60s 'Til Now" and two performances at Zebulon.
Presenting a site-specific mural by the Los Angeles-based artist Alex "Defer" Kizu in our open-air Skyroom. Follow the work's progress from start to finish, along with insight and commentary from the artist.
On 20 Nov 2019, L.A. Louver hosted a lively conversation on R.B. Kitaj's life and work, in the context of his collages and prints. Panelists included Tracy Bartley, Jonathan Griffin and Bruce Guenther.