Evri Kwong

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Evri Kwong is a San Francisco-based artist who turns national issues such as consumerism, racism, and religious intolerance, into bold narrative paintings. His grid-like compositions combine blocks of Sharpie sketches with blocks of bright, cartoonish paintings, juxtaposing our idealized vision of America and the darker reality beneath.
Kwong received both his B.F.A and M.F.A from the San Francisco Art Institute. His work has been featured in solo exhibitions across the country, including the Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica, Dwight Hackett Projects in Santa Fe, the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, and the Catherine Clark Gallery in San Francisco. Kwong is Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing at California State University in Sacramento.

Artworks



One For You 2007 Evri Kwong

One For You, 2007

Size: 21 x 18 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection

Dizzyland Evri Kwong

Dizzyland, 2006

Size: 36 x 48 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection

Americas Finest 2005 Avri Kwong

America’s Finest, 2005

Size: 36 x 48 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection

Putting Pilly To Sleep 2006 Evri Kwong

Putting Pilly to Sleep, 2006

Size: 36 x 48 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection

A Nice Day For Mississippi 2006 Evri Kwong

A Nice Day for Mississippi, 2006

Size: 21 x 21 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection

Ridem Cowboy 2006 Evri Kwong

Ride’m Cowboy, 2006

Size: 16 x 19 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection

Super Sunday 2006 Evri Kwong

Super Sunday, 2006

Size: 18 x 15 inches
Medium: Oil and Sharpie permanent marker on canvas

Current Lannan Art Collection