by Christine Hippeli

Due to the pandemic, we have canceled the in-person exhibit. You can learn more about Christine and see her art on our blog post. Thank you for visiting!

From Our Blog

Hearts.Brains.Battles. – Christine Hippeli

Christine Hippeli is a mixed media gesture-driven abstract expressionist artist who works with, but is not limited, to: acrylics, oil sticks, graphite and collage on paper. Christine currently resides 15 minutes from where she grew up in Stratford, Connecticut with detours through Arizona, Colorado, and Oregon before circling back to the East coast. Her earlyContinue reading “Hearts.Brains.Battles. – Christine Hippeli”

Hema Bharadwaj

Very excited for our fourth show with Hema Bharadwaj, a New Jersey-based artist who’s been a longtime friend of Steph Han’s since their grad school days and who became friends with Anne Kupillas during the pandemic! We are showcasing her amazing abstract watercolors from 11/13 – 12/31. If you can’t make the reception, make anContinue reading “Hema Bharadwaj”

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  • November 13th- December 31st: Inner Landscapes by Hema Bharadwaj 

  • Saturday, November 13th, 5-9pm: Opening reception of Inner Landscapes by Hema Bharadwaj

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About Us

Studio 115 is an independent, artist-run space founded by Long Beach artists Stephanie Han and Anne Kupillas. The space is geared toward providing affordable exhibition opportunities for emerging artists, especially those in underrepresented groups.

Artist Stephanie Han next to one of her pieces from Blood & Lines at Studio 115 in Long Beach, California

Stephanie Han

Stephanie has a BFA degree in Illustration from the Laguna College of Art & Design, and also an MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Since graduating in 1999, she has pursued a career in painting and graphic design. She currently lives and works in Long Beach. 

Long Beach artist Anne Kupillas

Anne Kupillas

Born in 1968 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, Anne’s love of art began as a child growing up on Long Island, New York, in a family of artists and musicians who encouraged her creativity. Her artwork is informed by freedom and movement, love of color, nature and the human form.

Anne is a graduate of State University of NY’s SUNY Albany with a Bachelor of Arts, and has studied fine art and art history in New York, Washington DC, Northampton, England and California. Anne enjoys traveling and plein air painting, as well as studio work. She is a member of the Arts Council of Long Beach, and you can find her at many events in and around town. Anne’s belief in “affordable art” is evident in her prints and her custom work, which are favorites with locals, visitors and collectors alike.

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