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Jamison Carter

Art work by Jamison Carter

Jamison Carter is Associate Professor of Art at Los Angeles Valley College and teaches courses in sculpture, three-dimensional design, drawing and two-dimensional design. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his graduate degree from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Carter’s work reflects an interest in unusual forms in nature, celestial images, molecular diagrams and ideas found in modern physics. He constructs objects from painted wire that activate spatial relationships, are experienced as kinetic forms, and function as discrete objects and installations. Carter’s Tyvek prints are made with a series of rubber stamps that he designed and had fabricated. Eukaryotic forms are constructed with these rubber relief stamps that produce pattern based, three-dimensional amorphic and spherical forms, creating microcosmic and microscopic imagery on a grand scale. Carter has exhibited his work nationally and internationally in countries such as Italy and Belgium. He has had solo exhibitions at Haus Gallery in Pasadena, Spacecraft Gallery in San Diego, and MorYork Gallery in Los Angeles. He has participated in many group exhibitions, including shows at the Center for the Arts in Eagle Rock, the Santa Monica Museum of Art, and the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena. Carter’s work has been reviewed in publications such as ArtScene and LA Weekly.


Jamison Carter

Associate Professor of Art

Ext. 2400

Art Building Room 108 B