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LSH proudly presents

Yarrow Earth Hock: "PHYSICAL EXHIBIT"

On view 06 July 2019 – August 04 2019
Opening Reception 06 July | 6-9PM

Exhibiting within LSH CoLab’s unique exhibition environment compliments this body of work that winks and nods at theories of consumerism, feminist forms and neo-liberal capitalism in the often plastic pastoral landscape of Los Angeles.  On view are Earth Hock’s “Power Flower /Sticker-Tags,“ artist embellished United States postal stickers hand painted with spray paint and acrylic. Each one of the unique female forms of power or “Power Flowers” are tagged in defiance on top of the US Mail (male) system. The iconic “Power Flower” forms that playfully inhabit these works on paper, wood panel and canvas were born from the progression of working with flowering wild bougainvillea found in Los Angeles.  Also on view is one of Yarrows original characters born from drawings of analog audio equipment. Originally sketched while living on Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan back in the early 1990’s. This character named “Groove Tracker“ is printed with UV glow paint on 12” vinyl sized wood panels, paper, and various apparel.  Graduated from School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Graphic Design 1997. Yarrow’s multi disciplined art and design is widely collected, has been featured in several publications. He contributes annually to several charitable organizations from his exhibition sales and his various private commissions for commercial and residential properties.

Exhibiting within LSH CoLab’s unique exhibition environment compliments this body of work that winks and nods at theories of consumerism, feminist forms and neo-liberal capitalism in the often plastic pastoral landscape of Los Angeles.

On view are Earth Hock’s “Power Flower /Sticker-Tags,“ artist embellished United States postal stickers hand painted with spray paint and acrylic. Each one of the unique female forms of power or “Power Flowers” are tagged in defiance on top of the US Mail (male) system. The iconic “Power Flower” forms that playfully inhabit these works on paper, wood panel and canvas were born from the progression of working with flowering wild bougainvillea found in Los Angeles.

Also on view is one of Yarrows original characters born from drawings of analog audio equipment. Originally sketched while living on Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan back in the early 1990’s. This character named “Groove Tracker“ is printed with UV glow paint on 12” vinyl sized wood panels, paper, and various apparel.

Graduated from School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Graphic Design 1997. Yarrow’s multi disciplined art and design is widely collected, has been featured in several publications. He contributes annually to several charitable organizations from his exhibition sales and his various private commissions for commercial and residential properties.