Two artists with unique styles that harmonize because we share an obsessive yet relaxed way of depicting daily life here in Los Angeles...with attention to detail, love of color, and sense of narrative humor.
We met as students at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Boston and have been working together ever since.
Kathryn's art and illustrations have been published in magazines, newspapers and literary journals and shown in galleries in NYC, L.A, and London, and she was a visiting artist at Wonderground Gallery in Downtown Disney. She has created custom illustrations for a range of private and corporate clients (such as a handmade book for iconic furniture company Steelcase) and was featured in the book "For Love and Money: New Illustration" published by Laurence King. Kathryn's prints made with a toy printing press were shown at a pop-up art & book shop that took over a former Border's in Pittsburgh; and in Sweet's Workshop's annual "My Goodness, My Gocco" exhibition in Sydney, Australia. Her hand-pulled silkscreen prints have been featured online at Apartment Therapy, SFGate, Poetic and Chic, Fresh American, the Etsy blog, and many others.
Rich's short films have shown at festivals and galleries throughout the US, Australia and the UK. In addition to making his own films, he writes, produces, and edits projects for others. He has also done film restoration for major studio movies, network TV series, and museum archives. Rich studied at MassArt under experimental video and filmmakers Mark Lapore, Tony Oursler and Saul Levine. Rich is represented by the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art where his work was selected by Huffington Post art critic Peter Frank for the gallery show "Looking Forward: Ten Artists to Watch".
"We hope our prints remind you to see the beautiful colors, interesting patterns and funny details that can be found in everyday places everywhere."