Exhibition Explores California's Architecture and Desert Landscapes

Artists Brad Duncan and Ben Medansky collaborated to hold an exhibition inspired by Southern California's architecture and flora-filled desert landscapes. Ben is fascinated by grids created by architectural structures and incorporates the influence into his ceramic work. Brad is similarily influenced; his interest lies in sequence and landscape. The Gridscape exbition explores the monoclinic mineral Azurite and the cuboid crystal pyrite, radial symmetric ceramic vessels adjacent to peg works, and vertically erected cacti.

Artist Ben Medansky has been creating ceramic works for 10 years. His ceramics are sculptural in nature and he finds inspiration in city grids, architecture, and minerals. Brad Duncan creates work inspired through observing plant species from around the world and the various mineral terrains he has explored. He uses sculptural wood working to bring his concepts to life. 

Visit: Space 15 Twenty, 1520 N Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90028, open everyday from noon - 8PM, Gridscape exhibition ends September 21st.