Days of Being Wild


“Days of Being Wild,” a three-person exhibition featuring artists Andy Kehoe, Kathleen Lolley and Evan B.Harris, opened yesterday at The Lab 101 Gallery in Los Angeles. Each artist brings a distinct yet cohesive aesthetic to the show, using elements of illustrative mysticism, fantasy and storybook narratives in darkly sparse landscapes. Kehoe, who lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pa., is a graduate of Parsons School of Design and is currently represented by Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City. Lolley received her BFA from Calarts in experimental animation. She has worked on commercial animations such as Sponge Bob Squarepants and has been included in Elle Magazine and Japanese Vogue. Harris is a self-taught artist brought up in Medford, Oregon. Harris’ work is largely inspired from fables, folklore and his own imagination. While each of these artists have diverse backgrounds and experiences, this show cleverly unites ideas and applications that are often saturated with American mythology, storytelling and humanistic illustration.