Here is Part II of our visit to Jeff Soto’s studio (see part I here). Besides showing us some of his new work for his upcoming show at the Riverside Art Museum, Jeff also decided to let us watch him paint. At first, there were just splotches of color he used as the background, but soon characteristic shapes and details were added. It was a real joy to watch Jeff at work and amazing how quickly he worked. See the process after the jump.
Category Archives: Studio Visits
Stopped by Jeff Soto’s studio last week to check out his progress on his upcoming show at the Riverside Art Museum as well as introduce him to the guys at Modus Films. We’re working on a little project that we think you will enjoy. In the meantime, take a look at one of the large paintings he is working on! More after the jump.
Talented Brooklyn-based artist Tomokazu Matsuyama, AKA Matzu, combines Western urban art and graphic design within a tradition Japanese art historical context, creating an amalgam that is beautiful and unique. Arrested Motion recently had the pleasure of visiting Matzu’s studio, to check out some of his recent work and to chat. Interview after the jump.
After a quick round of mingling andÂ refreshments, the participants of Baby Tattooville were invited to the heart of the Jeff Soto factory.Â Once there, the attendees were treated to a â€œpreviewâ€ of Jeffâ€™s upcomingÂ solo show “Turning in Circles” at the Riverside Art Museum in December (previously teased). With over 15 â€œin progressâ€ paintings to delight our eyes, AM was astounded to find out that Jeff is onlyÂ PARTIALLY done with his plans for the upcoming show. He has a gigantic installation planned and will also look […]