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Rosson Crow's Maximalist Paintings

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GALLERYPLATFORM.LA's Artist Visit video series takes audiences into the studios of Los Angeles' up and coming artists.

Title: Artist Visit - Rosson Crow
Presented by: GALLERYPLATFORM.LA
Produced by: Reza Monahan Studio
Cinematography and Edit by: Jeremy Eichenbaum
Originally Published: May 27, 2020
Video courtesy of Jeremy Eichenbaum, Rosson Crow, and Gallery Association Los Angeles (GALA)

Known for her decorative, large-scale paintings, artist Rosson Crow shares her recent foray into smaller-scale paintings of still-life. Crow reveals her “maximalist” orientation towards art and life while walking us through her studio and introducing us to her dog, Willie Nelson.

About GALLERYPLATFORM.LA
GALLERYPLATFORM.LA is a project of Gallery Association Los Angeles (GALA) formed to serve the dynamic Los Angeles art community with weekly rotating gallery viewing rooms and original editorial content.

About the Series
As part of an ongoing series, GALLERYPLATFORM.LA is working with artists to show how the pandemic is effecting their work.

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