VCCC Art Sale

Featured Artists

 
 
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Joe Vaux

Joe Vaux is an American artist. His name may be familiar to many, through his work as a director on the the hugely popular animated TV series ‘Family Guy’. However, Vaux also engages his boundless imagination and creative skills as a prodigious fine artist. The paintings Joe concocts lead viewers into a bizarre, yet strangely familiar world, populated with ghoulish creatures who collectively engender twisted visions sprinkled with generous spoonfuls of humour.
-from the WOW x WOW article

 

DIMITRY MALANITCHEV

As well as being the color design director for the Simpsons, Dima Malanitchev is a prolific painter. His gorgeous landscapes and photography will be featured at the VCCC sale.

To see more of his work, visit his site.

 
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Manny Prieres

Manny Prieres was born in Madrid in 1972. He immigrated with his parents (originally from Guantánamo, Cuba) to Miami. After graduating from Miami International University of Art & Design, he opened (with Leyden Rodriguez Casanova and Jose Reyes) one of the first artists run space called Box that ran from 1997 to 2004.

Prieres has shown work at venues in Auckland, Mexico City, New York, Istanbul, Baltimore, Los Angeles and Miami. He has been featured in publications including Art Papers, Art Nexus, El Nuevo Herald, Installation Magazine and Whitehot Magazine.

See more of his work on his website.

 
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Gilda Davidian

Gilda Davidian graduated from the Photo and Media department at CalArts in 2006. She is interested in using photography to explore ideas involving home, familial relationships, and the process of forming identity through the act of portraiture. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

See more of her work on her website.

 
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Dustin Metz

Dustin Metz (b. 1984 Philadelphia, PA, lives and works in Los Angeles, CA). Select exhibitions include American Fine Arts: Part 1, BBQLA, Los Angeles, CA (2017), Frame Work, Ortega Y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY (2017), ANGSTZEITEN, Elevator Mondays, Los Angeles, CA (2017), Night Spots and Dirty Sun Clock, Chicken Coop Contemporary, Portland, OR (2016) and Igcognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA (2014).

See more of his work on his website.