BITE Artists

Young An

Is a Los Angeles abstract artist that got her Masters Degree in Fine Arts at Claremont Graduate University in 1996. She curated for Andrew-Shire Gallery for 10 years during and after her graduate year with her interest in LA Contemporary Art Scene. 

Janet Girard

is a self-taught artist with the exception of workshops in precious metals or glass techniques. She has worked with acrylic and pencil since high school and was lured by her obsession for beads into lampworking and fusing glass. 

Beatrice Gonzales

is a Los Angeles native who received her BA in Classical Civilizations from UCLA and her MFA in Painting from Claremont Graduate University. She would characterize her work as abstract narrative, telling a story that is never quite the same with each viewer.

Susan Joseph

ran an alternative exhibition space in DTLA for over a decade. Her work traverses a variety of media, following the paths her curiosity leads through a media-rich creative environment. She works in painting, video animation and experimental sound. She has recently relocated to Albuquerque New Mexico.

Jonna Lee

is a Los Angeles based contemporary sculptor. Process, material and form are used to engage the viewers' assumptions about materials, the anthropomorphic potential of sculpture and the visceral impact upon the human senses. 

Ann Mitchell

has a BFA in Photography from Art Center College of Design and a MFA from Claremont Graduate University. She worked as an award-winning advertising and editorial photographer for over a decade and then left to pursue her own imagery.

Linda Parnell

is a sculptor who investigates the enchantment of science and the materialization of the mythos. She works with DNA, sound, polyester resin, cement with feathers, saran wrap, acrylic name just a few. She holds a MFA from Claremont Graduate University and lives in a tiny trailer in the desert foothills. 

Laurel Rhoads

recently moved to Watsonville, Ca after residing in SoCal for most of her career. She earned her MFA at Claremont University with an emphasis in sculpture/installation. Currently she is working on a series of drawings and collage exploring symbolism and divination. 

Regina Rioux

leads a busy life, by day juggling career, family and an incurable case of wanderlust. By night, she is usually neck deep in her creations, imagining a fantastic world filled with possibilities. She is an accomplished artist, published designer and writer with an MFA from Claremont Graduate University.  

Stevie Love.  

uses acrylic paint to make paintings and paint objects that hang on or off the wall. 

Suzanne Rioux 

is a retired psychologist who has found the process of participating in the creation of artwork technically challenging, conceptually thought-provoking and always satisfying. 

Julie Scott

grew up in Western Michigan. She came to California during winter break from college and never left.   

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