Tony DeLap’s Hybrids of Painting and Sculpture Are Impossible Objects

  "Tony DeLap's Hybrids of Painting and Sculpture Are Impossible Objects." The Los Angeles Times reviews Tony DeLap: A Retrospective.  Read the review online here. … [Read more...]

Gisela Colon


Gisela Colon b. 1966 . Gisela Colon creates uncannily glowing, shifting effects of light and color in her sculptures by means of a proprietary fabrication process of blow-molding and layering acrylics. It is hard to believe, but there is no light source inside. Colon is part of a younger generation of artists who continue to develop the ideas and techniques of the Light and Space movement that began in California in the 1960s. Colon grew up in Puerto Rico; her mother was a German painter and … [Read more...]

Gisela Colon, Morph Pod, 2016


. Gisela Colon Morph Pod Blow-molded acrylic, 2016 41.5 x 41.5 x 12 inches Gift of the Pamela Banks Family Collection 2017.002 … [Read more...]

Shakespeare in Art and Music


Shakespeare in Art and Music Thursday, April 26 6:00 p.m. Included with museum admission In celebration of the Bard’s birthday, an evening of songs and paintings inspired by his plays, with UCI's Robin Buck and Julia Lupton, and LAM's Malcolm Warner.   Julia Reinhard Lupton is Professor of English and co-director of the UC Irvine Shakespeare Center. She is the author or co-author of four books on Shakespeare and many articles. Her books include Thinking with … [Read more...]