FP Contemporary

5835 Washington Blvd.

CA 90232 Culver City

United States

Phone : 13239351355

Fax : 13239315839

Mobile Ph. : 19493573555

URL : www.fpcontemporary.com

Paul Dahmen   (Director)

Brea Buchanan   ()

Josetta Sbeglia   (Owner)

Helene Brown   (Gallery Advisor)


FP Contemporary is located in the heart of the Culver City Arts District in Los Angeles, CA representing emerging, mid-career and established painters, sculptors and mixed media artists.

"Ava" - Michael Kalish

Michael Kalish "Ava"

"Blue Inversion" - Tom Lieber

Tom Lieber "Blue Inversion"

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Lisa Bartleson

    Biography : Lisa Bartleson is a Los Angeles-based mixed-media artist whose work is inspired by the Light and Space movement from the 1960’s and1970’s. The use of cast bio-resin and natural pigments give her work a luminous quality, which interacts with the viewer’s perception of light and color. Bartleson’s work can be found in many prominent public and private collections around the world, including the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, CA and Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples, Italy.

  • Christina Craemer

    Biography : Christina Craemer is a Los Angeles-based artist who travels the world photographing nature in its many forms, especially waterfalls and trees. She recently returned from trips to Iceland and South Africa. Craemer Layers multiple images from the same photo shoot to create a final, powerful composition, with the intention to envelope the viewer into a complete and calming emotional experience.

  • Dirk De Bruycker

    Biography : Dirk De Bruycker was born in Ghent, Belgium but lived and worked in Santa Fe, NM for the past 30 years until his passing in June 2015. De Bruycker took an intuitive, process-oriented approach to his work, which he described as “emotive and fluid”. His abstract color forms are composed of a palette he defined as “internal emotional” colors. De Bruycker was honored with the prestigious Visual Artist Fellowship Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and has paintings in the permanent collections of the New Mexico Art Museum, Flemish Community Government in the Province of East Flanders, Ministry of Visual Arts, Brussels, Belgium and the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, MO.

  • Betty Gold

    Biography : Betty Gold is an internationally recognized geometric-abstract sculptor and painter. Her sculptures generally range from eight to twenty-eight feet in height. Gold lives and works in Venice, CA and Santa Fe, NM. Gold became associated with MADI, an international abstract art movement in the 1980’s. In 2005, Gold was honored with a major retrospective exhibition at the Casal Solleric Museum, a historic castle in Palma, Mallorca, Spain. A recent documentary about Gold’s life ”A Year with Betty Gold” debuted at the 2017 Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival and recently won best editing at the 2018 Madrid International Film Festival. Gold’s work can be found in countless prominent public and private art collections and museums such as the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University in New York, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid, Palm Springs Art Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Oakland Museum of California and many more.

  • Michael Kalish  (+)

    Biography : Michael Kalish is an internationally acclaimed mixed-media artist based in Los Angeles. His passion for metal started with vintage car parts and license plates and evolved to more refined laser cut aluminum and mirrored stainless steel sculptures with references to American culture, produced under Kalish Editions. His most recent large-scale public art installation, The Art of Finding Love, debuted at The Grove in Los Angeles in February 2017 followed by Context Art Miami in December 2017. Another well-known public art sculpture is the large scale Muhammad Ali Monument in Downtown Los Angeles.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Michael Kalish - "Ava" "Ava"

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  • Tom Lieber  (+)

    Biography : Tom Lieber is a Kauai, Hawaii based abstract painter and printmaker. Lieber is a recipient of the Visual Artist Fellowship Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and his paintings are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art NY, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Tate London, Martin Margulies Collection, among many others.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Tom Lieber - "Blue Inversion" "Blue Inversion"

  • Claudia Meyer  (+)

    Biography : Claudia Meyer is a Swiss-born, mixed-media artist living in Paris, France. Meyer’s dimensional wall artwork is in prominent private and public collections around the globe. “Through a three-dimensional approach and numerous supports, transversality becomes my tool to re-define invisible boundaries of energy and flows. In other words, what I am trying to convey and accomplish is a sense of subliminal and uplifting dialog through colors, transparency and shapes.” Many of Meyers’ works are backlit with LED to add depth and intrigue.

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  • Harry Moody

    Biography : Harry Moody is a Los Angeles-based abstract painter. He received his formal art training at the Frankfurt Stadel Fine Art Academy in Germany. Moody was a student of the German visual artist Gerhard Richter, who became a great influence on Moody’s own artistic direction. Throughout his professional life, Moody has pursued a dialogue concerning art ideals and the necessity to express oneself artistically.

  • Julia Nee Chu

  • John Randall Nelson

    Biography : John Randall Nelson is a Phoenix-based painter and sculptor. Nelson’s works are layered with his own personal language consisting of patterns, symbols, and archetypes that may not make any literal sense but play on subconscious associations. His paintings are thick with poured pigment, saturated washes and worked with layers of drawing and collage. It’s strength lies in the terrain between the narrative and the abstract. He has work in the permanent collections of Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe AZ among other prominent public and private collections.

  • Carlos Ramirez

    Biography : Carlos Ramirez was born in Cuba and currently resides in Santa Fe, NM. Ramirez has been painting for over 30 years. “My work is a visual record of the world around me; capturing those moments that have become rooted in my memory. I tend to work large, starting with bold black ink sketches that reference organic shapes. I then obscure parts with multiple layers of broken color. I work back and forth in this manner developing a thick build up of paint in some areas while others remain thin and open. The essence of my work is exploring the beauty that is present in the natural world. In this process I take in what draws me to nature and bring it back to the canvas via my own voice”.

  • Hunt Rettig

    Biography : Hunt Rettig is a mixed-media artist based in Aspen, Colorado. His three-dimensional wall sculptures often consist of polyester film, thermoplastic rubber and acrylics that he molds to create organic shapes full of light and dimension placed under frosted plexiglass to instill a soft glow. “Within my terrain I see cross sections of cross sections, unnatural confluences, un-navigable borders, unrestricted constriction and breath-like expansion. Especially with plantlike forms I see what I can best describe as the invisibly visible…landscapes unnatural yet natural at the same time.”

  • Mark Vinci

    Biography : Mark Vinci is a Phoenix-based mixed media artist and a recipient of the prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. He studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York for a few years before achieving his BFA from Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA. Vinci uses paint, billboard paper and various imagery to construct abstract collages documenting what he feels is the collective experience of the high-speed, dynamic nature of modern city life.