The CHG Circa Gallery gallery regularly curates shows from some of our favorite figurative and pop surrealist artists, making it a must-stop spot when making our art opening rounds. We’ve yet to be let down by a show of theirs and this upcoming month won’t be one to break the record. Beginning April 19th, Beau Stanton’s “Cartography of the Machine” will be showing alongside Ray Caesar’s “A Tainted Virtue” at this Culver City Arts District staple.
Beau Stanton will be debuting his series “Cartography of the Machine”, a collection of multi-media works of art that fuse architectural knowledge and Steam Punk aesthetics. With incredible attention to detail, Stanton moves from some of his most notable previous work of large public murals to this intimate show where he will be sharing the space with another artist.
Ray Caesar’s latest series focuses on ethereal feminine figures that are reminiscent of the the Grimm’s Fairytales you devoured as a child. Using digital illustration as his preferred medium, “A Tainted Virtue” features figures that are drawn completely from memory, offering the spectator a glimpse into Caesar’s mind.
Be sure to check out the opening reception for these shows at CHG Circa Gallery on Saturday April 19th from 7-10pm. Circa Gallery is located at 8530-A Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232