Check out the new work by Mark Moore Fine Art artist KARA JOSLYN – these are some of the best paintings she has ever done!
Image: Kara Joslyn, No Flowers for White Powers, 2017, polymer car paint and acrylic on panel, 18 x 24 inches
Kara Joslyn teases out the delicate quality of her forms using polymer auto paint applied with a laborious process of masking and airbrushing, calling up tensions between the hand-made and the industrial.
Joslyn’s paintings — largely monochrome paired with her reflective surfaces — offer eerie depictions of pared down forms while examining the tensions between light and dark.
Image: Kara Joslyn, Double Byrd, 2017, polymer car paint and acrylic on panel, 24 x 24 inches
Kara Joslyn received her BFA from California College of the Arts, San Francisco (2008), completed post-baccalaureate studies in Painting at Columbia University, NYC (2011), and MFA at University of California San Diego (2016). Recent exhibitions include two person show with SANGREE at Land and Sea (Oakland, CA), and group shows at : Aimee Friberg Exhibitions (SF), Bizkaia Aretoa Universidad del Pais Vasco (Bilbao, Spain), Egyptian Art & Antiques (Beverly Hills), SPF 15 (San Diego), Gallería Alternativa Oncé (Monterrey, Mexico) and Commonwealth and Council (Los Angeles).
Joslyn received the Russell Foundation Grant for her work with Holography, is a current graduate teaching fellow in Visual Arts at UCSD, and was two-time nominee for the Robert Motherwell Foundation MFA Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture.
You can view all the available paintings here at the MMFA ARTSY website here.