Lawndale Art and Performance Center presents 2021/2022 Artist Studio Program Exhibition
Lawndale Art and Performance Center presents the 2021/2022 Artist Studio Program featuring Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, and Jamire Williams.
Crowley is a sculptor who likens his process of making sculpture to dancing with an off-kilter washing machine. He has exhibited nationally at institutions including Hometown Gallery, Brooklyn; Coustofwaxman, Manhattan; Wayfarers, Brooklyn; TSA Chicago; Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago; 4th Wall Project, Boston; 1708 Gallery, Richmond; Mass Gallery, Austin and TANK Space, Houston. In 2014, he was the recipient of a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship grant. Crowley studied sculpture at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Huynh received his MFA in drawing and painting from the University of North Texas in 2020 and his BFA from Texas State University in 2016. Huynh has exhibited work at numerous venues nationally, including Baby Blue Gallery in Chicago; Wilkinson Gallery (New York Academy of Art) in New York; Inpost Gallery in Albuquerque; and more.
Williams is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice spans experimental jazz, performance, and sculpture. His work is grounded in an investigation of the Black diaspora and driven by a deep faith and sense of the immaterial.
Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through April 30.