6/29/2015

Amy Park: California

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Amy Park is an artist living and working in NY. I wasn't familiar with her work up until a few days ago, when I read about her on OEN. The "California" project is a series of famous architectural buildings in the Los Angeles area, focused on large scale watercolor paintings that investigate the history of architecture and abstraction.


Amy Park, Richard Neutra’s Lovell “Health House”, 1929, Los Angeles CA
 
Amy Park, Richard Neutra's Grace Miller House, 1941, Palm Springs CA
 
Amy Park, John Lautner's Jacobsen House, 1948, Los Angeles CA
 
Amy Park, Jon Lautner's Desert Hot Springs Motel, 1947, Desert Hot Springs CA
 
Amy Park, Charles & Ray Eames House, 1950, Pacific Palisades CA
 
Amy Park, Julius Shulman House (designed by Raphael Soriano), 1951, Los Angeles CA
 
Amy Park, Twin Palms House (designed by Palmer & Krisel), 1957, Palm Springs CA
 
Amy Park, Albert Frey House II, 1965, Palm Springs CA
 
All images © Amy Park via Kopeikin Gallery