Join us and our neighbors in celebrating the opening of Vernacular Environments, Part 3, the third of an annual exhibition that explores a diversity of tensions between the figure and the environment and asks, what pluralities do we live in? Through varied typologies, the works included in this exhibition are focused on the body and mind in relationship to design, technology, and architecture
About Constance Mallinson
Constance Mallinson has exhibited widely throughout California and nationally. Recent solo exhibitions include The Armory in Pasadena, Woodbury University, Pomona College, UC Riverside, The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, and Angles Gallery in Los Angeles. In 2016 she curated and participated in the acclaimed “Urbanature” exhibition at ArtCenter in Pasadena and in 2018 will be part of the Pasadena Museum of California Art’s “The Feminine Sublime” which she is also curating. She was the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship as well as a City of Los Angeles Artist’s grant (COLA). She has had numerous public commissions including the EXPO Line MTA Bergamot Station permanent artwork installation (2016) and the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. Her work has been noted by art critics such as Christopher Knight and articles on her work have appeared in all the major art publications. Her paintings can be seen in many private and public art collections from LACMA to the San Jose Museum.