Web of Life, solo exhibition @ Jonathan Ferrara Gallery


Save the date!! I’ve been working hard preparing all new works for my upcoming solo show, Web of Life.

2016 Best Of International Emerging Artist Award Of Dubai

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Artwork is published in 2016 Best Of International Emerging Artist Award Of Dubai. Check out page 14 – 15.

Overview at Art Market, SF

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Art Market, San Francisco – Read about it here! 



I will be exhibiting artworks at Art Market San Francisco​ April 27 – May 1, 2016. Claim your complimentary VIP tickets courtesy of Jonathan Ferrara Gallery :) See you there!

the NOVO

Happy to exhibit works alongside Shepard Fairey at the 70th Anniversary Celebration of Idyllwild Arts at the NOVO in Los Angeles. Great company and an enjoyable showcase.IMG_9014

Widgets Etc.

Thanks to everybody who came by the studio! Collected more words and ideas for new giant text drawing from guests. Puzzles, drawings, and weaving galore all to be shown next!936634_10206496842033425_4260988126046895042_n


Widgets Etc. Open Studios


You’re invited! Swing by my new studio in downtown LA to see new works and projects in progress. The studio houses 13 fellow artists making all kinds of things :)

The Bridge Symposium, School of Visual Arts, New York


Work from my collaboration with neurobiologist Dana Simmons at the The Bridge: Experiments in Science and Art Symposium.

The Bridge: Experiments in Science and Art Symposium

Feb. 17th, 2016 @ 6:30-8:30pm EST
School of Visual Arts, New York

“The Bridge: Experiments in Science and Art” is SciArt Center’s collaborative residency program. Over the past four months, three pairs of scientists and artists have engaged in a natural and self-lead collaboration, documenting their work week by week on a live blog (http://www.sciartcenter.org/the-bridge.html). During The Bridge Symposium we will explore what happened during each collaboration, see the work that was made, and discuss the fruitful interaction between science and art. Live art, virtual presentations, and a Q&A will comprise the evening.

Residents will be present to discuss their work and experience in our program. Suzanne Anker, pioneer in BioArt and director of the BFA program at the School of Visual Arts, and Julia Buntaine, director of SciArt Center, will both talk briefly on their expierience in navigating the gulf between art and science.

Collaboration between the arts and sciences is an increasingly popular notion, described as the solution to our 21st century problems. It is one of the many tangible ways in which art and science can productively interact. But what does collaboration mean? What does it look like, and how does it function? Is it possible to have a two-way collaborative street, or does that even matter? Can art influence science, as science often influences art? These are some of the many questions our program asks. The form, process, and results of each team’s collaboration are entirely up to them. The Bridge will serve as the first documentation of the full and natural collaborative process between an artist and scientist.

Art the Science, Review of “Distinguishable from Magic” Exhibition

Read a review about my work published in Art the Science!

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Richelle Gribble‘s drawings are both informative and aesthetically impressive. Her use of colour draws immediate attention to the themes of each piece.  She reinvents the modern day infographic by surrealistically presenting the subject matter in her drawings. Her work Intertwined-3 best captures the exhibition’s theme. The iconic sun boasting adjustable brightness reduces our visible reality to a few simple keystrokes. Leaving our invisible reality – our existence through memories and their communication – perched on a tree. Intertwined-3leaves me wondering: What would be left if our virtual identities were devoid of all power?” _Art the Science


© 2016 Richelle Gribble