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Featured Artist
SHJ Issue 14
Spring 2016

Fine Art: Six Works

by Lucinda Luvaas


Mixed-Media Artwork, Trajectory, by Lucinda Luvaas

Trajectory (2011)
Relief painting on wooden panel, 30″ x 40″
Oil, acrylics, wax, and gel

From the Collection of: Jennifer Ball and Mike Varney

Copyright © by Lucinda Luvaas. All rights reserved.

 

Mixed-Media Artwork, Spin, by Lucinda Luvaas

Spin (2014)

Copyright © by Lucinda Luvaas. All rights reserved.

 

Mixed-Media Artwork, The Great Beyond, by Lucinda Luvaas

The Great Beyond (2014)

Copyright © by Lucinda Luvaas. All rights reserved.

 

Mixed-Media Artwork, Heading West, by Lucinda Luvaas

Heading West (2015)

Copyright © by Lucinda Luvaas. All rights reserved.

 

Mixed-Media Artwork, Illumination, by Lucinda Luvaas

Illumination (2015)

Copyright © by Lucinda Luvaas. All rights reserved.

 

Mixed-Media Artwork, Metropolis, by Lucinda Luvaas

Metropolis (2011)

Copyright © by Lucinda Luvaas. All rights reserved.

 

Learn more about our Featured Artist in Lucinda Luvaas: Loving the City from a Distance, an interview by John Seed, Professor of Art and Art History at Mt. San Jacinto College, in HuffPost Arts and Culture (16 September 2011).

See KontemporaryArt for these critical texts about her work:

  • Deirdre S. Greben: “Illuminations: Lucinda Luvaas”
     
  • Mona Molarsky: “Momentary Impressions: The Art of Lucinda Luvaas”

Fine art by Lucinda Luvaas is represented by:

Her multimedia works are part of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum.

SHJ Issue 14
Spring 2016

Lucinda Luvaas

is a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles who works in sound, video, and relief painting. Her films and fine art have been screened and exhibited both nationally and abroad. She composes music for her video-art pieces, which are widely exhibited in USA museums, colleges, galleries, and open public spaces. Two dozen of her soundtracks are available at AudioSparx.

Her art appears in numerous magazines and journals, including CutBank, Cutthroat: A Journal of Fine Arts, Fiction International, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Glimmer Train, Mudfish, On the Bus (Los Angeles), Upstairs at Duroc: Literary & Arts Journal of Paris, and many others.

Luvaas attended New York University, the New York Studio School, and the Art Student’s League. She has taught studio and mural painting workshops at many colleges and institutions. In addition, she served as Director/Curator at Mt. San Jacinto College’s Fine Art Gallery, where she created a multifaceted exhibition program including concerts, readings on two campuses, and weekly film screenings. She now works in her Los Angeles studio full-time producing her multimedia projects.

Selected bibliography, screenings, exhibitions, and publications, as well as links to the artist’s video, sound, and art galleries, are available at her website:

www.lucindaluvaasnewwork.com

“...we have been born here to witness and celebrate. We wonder at our purpose for living. Our purpose
is to perceive the fantastic. Why have a universe if there is no audience?” — Ray Bradbury