KASPIAN SHORE.
Artist & Curator.
Founder at PRISMA Collective.

Kaspian Shore is a self-taught artist born in 1983. His work concentrates on delicate portraiture of sensitive, androgynous youths in various mediums.

In November 2011, Kaspian founded the PRISMA Collective, a large group of international artists that he has been curating a great number of shows for. His own work has been exhibited at galleries across the United States, the UK, and Australia.

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New solo show 'UNDER THE HARROW' opens 5/25 at Antler PDX.

I am currently deep in the process of creating a new body of work for my upcoming three person solo ‘UNDER THE HARROW’ at Antler PDX in Portland, OR. I will be showing alongside two of my dearest friends, the talented Allison Sommers and Christina Mrozik.

My work will consist of six paintings, split into two individual series of three pieces each. I am returning to the mediums I first started painting with many years ago—black ink and acrylic washes, which is a very personal process for me and a feeling of return after straying too far from home for too long.

Updates and in progress shots will be posted on my Instagram over the next weeks.

We will also be featured with images and a little interview in the new print edition of American Art Collector Magazine.

(left: detail of ‘L’heure noire II’ & ‘L’heure noire I’,  ink on illustration board)

On view: 'HEAVY METAL LOVER' / PRISMA Collective Group Show at Modern Eden Gallery.

I am very excited to be curating yet another group show for my artist collective PRISMA. Our new exhibit ‘HEAVY METAL LOVER’ opened April 1st at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, CA, and will be on view until the end of the month.

Featuring brand new work by artists:

Helice Wen – Sarah Joncas – Kelly McKernan – Henrietta Harris – Alex Louisa – N.C. Winters – Nicole Gustafsson – Bec Winnel – Kelsey J. Beckett – Ling Ly – Lilly Piri – Audrey Pongracz – Kaspian Shore – Caitlin Hackett – Christina Mrozik – Kelly Vivanco – Nom Kinnear King

All artwork has been embellished with metal leaf or metallic paints in gold, silver, and copper tones.

The full show can be seen in person at Modern Eden, or online on the gallery website.