DAWN ARROWSMITH

 

Dawn Arrowsmith’s paintings are meditations in color.  It has been said that each is a kind of minimalist luxury – pure, distilled, economical, but also rich, luscious, erotic.  Her work is intuitive, greatly influenced by Buddhist philosophy and by her travels to the Orient.  She exhibits internationally and is widely collected.  Her husband, Roland Reiss, was extensively documented by Focus on the Masters in 2010.

Dawn Arrowsmith is an artist whose paintings, sculptures and installations have been exhibited in the USA and abroad. Exhibitions sites include the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), the Armand Hammer Museum of Art in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (Barnsdall), the Clark Humanities Museum Gallery in Claremont, CA, the Riverside Art Museum and the Eli Broad Foundation in Los Angeles, the Lidovy Gallery in Prague, Czec. and the Campo d'Osservazione in Gubbio, Italy.

Arrowsmith was born in San Francisco, California and received her M.F.A. at Claremont Graduate School, Visual Arts, Claremont, California.