Quinton Bemiller is a visual artist from Los Angeles. His paintings utilize
abstract imagery to explore concepts of history and time.
Upcoming exhibitions include an MFA Thesis Exhibition at Claremont Graduate
University, a group show at Armory Northwest, Pasadena and a solo show at
Gallery 825, Los Angeles. His painting, "A Brand New Colony" will be on
view in the Winter Biannual at Los Angeles Art Association South: The Mike
Napoliello Gallery, in Hermosa Beach, from February 8 - April 14, 2007. The
show was juried by Susan Cross, Curator at the Massachusetts Museum of
Contemporary Art and former Curator at the Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Jeremy Strick (MOCA), James Elaine (Hammer Museum) and Karin Higa (Japanese
American National Museum) are some of the other prominent curators who have
selected Quinton Bemiller's paintings for inclusion in juried exhibitions.
Quinton Bemiller has participated in benefit exhibitions as an invited
artist at a variety of venues. These include the Santa Monica Museum of
Art, Laguna Art Museum, Pacific Design Center and the Venice Art Walk.
As a teacher, Quinton Bemiller is passionate about sharing his experience of
art with students of all ages. He has held teaching positions at Brand Art
Center, Gallery 825/Los Angeles Art Association, The Armory, Ragan Art
Academy, and the Huntington Library, among others.
Quinton Bemiller studied at Pasadena City College, (A.A. 1998), The Art
Institute of Boston at Lesley University (B.F.A. 2000) and Claremont
Graduate University, (M.F.A. 2007).