Lorene Anderson: Whirligig — September 6 – 30, 2017

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present its second solo show of the work of Lorene Anderson. Lorene Anderson’s practice is centered around the manipulation of two-dimensional space: math, cosmology, physics and their relationship to biology inspire her work. In this exhibition, Anderson will present new paintings that continue this exploration of movement, turbulence, and gesture, as well as…

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Inner Circle — July 19 – August 26, 2017

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present Inner Circle, a group exhibition showcasing a selection of works from our gallery artists. The show will feature works by Jud Bergeron, Shingo Francis, Gianluca Franzese, Kiki Gaffney, Martin Machado, Karen Margolis, Tahiti Pehrson, Danielle Rante, and Sam Still.                        

Ellie Fritz: Weight and Levity — June 1 – July 1, 2017

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present its first solo show of the work of Ellie Fritz. Ellie utilizes various printmaking processes to inform her paintings and drawings. These works evolve through processes of physical interactions working with two extremes: the weight of impression and the levity of erasure. Included in the show are works incorporating the embossing of…

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Andrea Joki: echo in the half-light

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present its first solo show of the work of Andrea Joki. Andrea’s work is centered around themes of memory and sensory experience from a perspective shaped by wanderlust and contemplation of the natural world and our place in it. “echo in the half-light” refers to that time of day when the sun disappears…

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Melissa Dickenson: West – March 9 – April 22, 2017

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present its second solo show of the work of Melissa Dickenson. We’ll be exhibiting works in Melissa’s signature style of acrylic paint manipulated between many layers of stretched polyethylene films as well as works on raw canvas utilizing this same technique of using the plastic, the pressure of her body and movement as…

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Melissa Oresky: Cultivar — February 1 – 25, 2017

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present its first solo show of the work of Melissa Oresky. On exhibit will be large-scale works on paper comprised of collage, and various different media such as acrylic paint, graphite, and crayon. In this new body of work, Oresky’s process is modeled on the behavior and plasticity of plant form and growth….

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Eric Blum: Paintings and Works on Paper — December 7, 2016 – January 28, 2017

There’s been a misunderstanding.  A scene viewed peripherally or as a background is something other than itself; an “autocorrect,” that’s potentially more desirable, poetic, preposterous or menacing. – Eric Blum K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present its second solo exhibition of the work of Eric Blum.  This show will feature Eric’s new works on paper.  Employing photographic paper as…

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Kevin Earl Taylor: Synthesis — November 2 – December 3, 2016

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present Synthesis, its second solo exhibition of the work of Kevin Earl Taylor. The show will feature paintings and works on paper that examine the interconnectedness of mankind and the natural world and its subsequent global impact on earth’s geology and ecosystems. The objects I produce are interrogations.  They exist as curious inquiries…

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Ben Skinner: I Will Not Be Entranced by Nostalgia — October 5 – 29, 2016

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition of the work of Ben Skinner. Vancouver-based artist Ben Skinner has a unique ability to transform language into art. Extrapolating words and phrases that he’s drawn to from their original context and isolating them lifts them off the paper and into visual concepts reorganizing their place in the…

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Mila Libman: Changing Landscape — September 1 – October 1, 2016

K. Imperial Fine Art is pleased to present Changing Landscape, its third solo exhibition of the work of Mila Libman. Changing Landscape will showcase new works on paper devoted to the exploration of landscape as both abstraction and representation. Photorealistic from a distance, their large-scale allows the viewer to be immersed in the abstraction of natural patterns upon close inspection. It’s…

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