Posted on May 10, 2013 by School of Art
CSULB’s Dean of the College of the Arts, Christopher Miles is concurrently in two solo exhibitions, one at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, and the other at ACME gallery in Los Angeles. The museum show, entitled “Christopher Miles: Bloom” features recent works constructed out of acrylic paint and paper over aluminum armatures and was curated by Constance Mallinson. The show at ACME is entitled “Trio” and features three more sculptures, also in his updated papier-mâché method. These new batches of sculptures are a slight departure from Miles’ ceramic works, but still examine the visceral expressiveness of sculpture, both through shape as well as color. For more information click here, and here.