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“I often think about the analogous world; one which is related to our own, but can be a space of new possibility. In my experience as an African American woman, I find myself thinking of an alternative to that experience, one rooted in the necessity to rewrite history.”
About Lanise Howard
Lanise Howard is a visual artist who recently graduated from Otis College of Art and Design. She works mainly in paint and mixed media. Lanise was born in Southern California and raised partially in New York State. Her earliest years were spent from El centro, California to Los Angeles California. The unique environments of Southern California and New York have both shaped the way she sees the world. Her work is usually figurative and often narrative. There is a surrealistic quality to her work, as well as a spiritual feeling that is often embodied.
Lanise is interested in many various topics such as, the esoteric, sacred geometry, ancient belief systems, the current digital world, as well as her experience as a woman of color in today’s climate. Recently she has been moving towards a fusing of these many inspirations, and hopes to future investigate these phenomena in her works. Her recent body of work is an investigation on censorship and assimilation, lost narratives, and hidden histories. Lanise Howard has shown in multiple exhibitions within the past two years, and has won art prizes, such as the Women’s Painters West Award in 2019, and was a finalist in the 2019 AXA art prize.
Lanise Howard CV
Otis College of Art and Design BFA 2020
Cycles of Time, July 31- August 31, 2018. Sola Contemporary. Los Angeles Ca.
Eutierria, March-12th-May 9th, 2021. Oof Project space. Los Angeles, Ca
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Black light, January 12-20, 2018. Otis Graduate Studios Galleries. Culver City, Ca.
We choose art; a feminist perspective, April 11, 2018- May 31, 2018. Montablan
Gallery, Hollywood, Ca.
LA Art Show, Sergott Contemporary, Jan 16-21, 2019. Los Angeles, Ca.
Feminist Perspective, 3.0, Mezz Gallery, March 13-April 30, 2019, Los Angeles, Ca.
Black History 365, Harris Gallery, LA Verne University, March 31-April 30, 2019,
Made in California, Brea Art Museum Gallery, April 19-June 28, 2019. Brea, Ca.
The Future is Now, LA Art Share, July 27-September 1, 2019. Los Angeles, Ca.
Axa Art Prize Exhibition, New York Academy of Art, November 21, 2019. New York, Ny.
Reciprocity; Lost Narratives, New Voices. Art Share Gallery. Jan 11th-28th, 2020. Los
Women by Women, Sola Contemporary, January 18, -March 7, 2020. Los Angeles, Ca.
2020 Vision, Prophecy Manifested, March, 7-May, 1, 2020. Self Help Graphics and Art Gallery, Los Angeles Ca
Masterpiece; the Inaugural show, Band of Vices, June 19th- August 7th, 2020. Los Angeles, Ca.
Show me the Signs, Blum and Poe, November 5th, -December 10, 2020. Los
Black Voices; Friend of my mind, Destinee Sutton-Ross Gallery, December 19th, 2020-March 2,2020. New York, New York.
Taking up space, Brea Gallery, January 30th-March 27th, 2021. Brea, CA.
Womens Painters West Award 2019
Axa Award Finalist 2019
Otis Group Scholarship 2019/2020
Otis Academic Excellence AWARD; fine arts recipient.