Rosson Crow's Maximalist Paintings | KCET
Rosson Crow's Maximalist Paintings
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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.
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.
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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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