From Eames to Disney, California has had a rich history of modernist architecture, art and design. California artists Chris Turnham and Loris Lora will be exhibiting fresh new modernist-inspired works. Join us as we celebrate the launch of Chris Turnham's new silk screens and Loris Lora's paintings from her new book Eventually Everything Connects, published by NOBROW.
About Loris Lora A Los Angeles freelance illustrator and a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena (where she began work on Eventually Everything Connects), Loris Lora’s art has been featured in galleries the world over. Notable publications in which her artwork appears include—but aren’t limited to—The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Nobrow magazine.
About Chris Turnham An illustrator and printmaker who has worked as an artist in both television animation and its feature film counterpart, Chris Turnham has quite a versatile background with contributions to publications and children's books as well. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
Chris Turnham, silk screen (LAX)
Loris Lora, gouache (close up of painting from Eventually Everything Connects)