Jamison Carter Gallery Art
Klowden Mann, Los Angeles, CA
Weatherspoon Gallery, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina
Jamison Carter is a Los Angeles based artist whose studio practice encompasses sculpture, installation, printmaking and painting. Through a variety of materials and techniques he explores the relationships between the rigid and organic, the concrete and ephemeral. Bands of intense color emit from large black splatters, repetitive systematic prints create patterned amorphous forms. Vertical geometric glass holds drooping silicone planes cut into tatters while paint accretes onto rigid wire forms that seem frozen in time. This is all based in an interest in the seemingly unwavering trajectory of humanity to force it’s way through time, consciously disregarding the very thing that makes it a part of nature, the ability to change and adapt.
Carter’s work has recently been presented in solo exhibitions at Klowden Mann in Los Angeles, Da Vinci Gallery in Los Angeles, West Gallery at California State University Northridge in Los Angeles, and Haus Gallery in Pasadena. Additionally he has contributed to countless group exhibitions at galleries including Cypress College Art Gallery in California, Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens in Los Angeles, Outpost Projects in Joshua Tree, California, LAX International Airport in Los Angeles, and Miami Project. His work can be found in the Permanent Collection of Weatherspoon Gallery at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Courtesy of the Artist