Kim Russo
Valencia, CA
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Writer Artist Associate Provost of Academic Affairs
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Check out the great work from Kim Russo on CalArts CommonSpace
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Large Drawings
Kim Russo A Swift Goodbye (and an abandoned house)
Kim Russo A Long Standoff (and an empty pool)
Kim Russo House on Fire-Two Squirrels
Kim Russo House on Fire-Octopus Float
Small Drawings
Kim Russo Untitled Study
Kim Russo Made in China: Big,Bigger
Kim Russo Made in China: Delivery
Kim Russo Flood (TV)
Writing
On a gloriously sunny Memorial Day in 2008, I arrived at the Santa Fe studio of painter Joan Watts. I was there to interview her for a review in a local newspaper. She led me into her impressive studio where her newest paintings, in cool gradations of blue, purple, and gray, lined the warm, white walls. As we talked, a friendship based on our mutual experiences in the studio and on the meditation cushion began.
On a gloriously sunny Memorial Day in 2008, I arrived at the Santa Fe studio of painter Joan Watts. I was there to interview her for a review in a local newspaper. She led me into her impressive studio where her newest paintings, in cool gradations of blue, purple, and gray, lined the warm, white walls. As we talked, a friendship based on our mutual experiences in the studio and on the meditation cushion began.
The Vanishing Ego in Painting
Kim Russo The Vanishing Ego in Painting
Constance DeJong's works cause the viewer to forget the world and the self -- to stop thinking. Utilizing a reductive palette of materials, DeJong has created works that one might dare to call sacred--sacred in that spontaneous, visceral way in which one experiences an object before a thought takes hold.
Constance DeJong's works cause the viewer to forget the world and the self -- to stop thinking. Utilizing a reductive palette of materials, DeJong has created works that one might dare to call sacred--sacred in that spontaneous, visceral way in which one experiences an object before a thought takes hold.
Struck by the Sublime
Kim Russo Struck by the Sublime