Heather Lowe’s work is concerned with perception and follows the tradition of Optical Art. She was born in Santa Monica, attended UC Santa Cruz where she studied many art techniques such as etching, Chinese Brush Painting, figure drawing, and sculpture. She began exhibiting her optical paintings through L.A. Artcore in Los Angeles and continued exhibiting her paintings for fifteen years. Lowe then discovered stereo photography which led her to lenticular media. Lenticulars allow a viewer to see a changing, moving image from different perspectives. She has worked with lenticulars for over fifteen years creating flip, morph, animation and 3-D effects and continues to explore new ways to employ this medium to her art.
Her work has been exhibited widely, including Annenberg Beach House Gallery, the Neutra Institute Gallery, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, bG Gallery, Helms Design Center in Culver City and a solo exhibit in Monaco. Heather Lowe currently resides in Los Angeles, where she has a studio at Keystone Art Space. (Keystone Art Space: http://www.keystoneartspace.com/)

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