ROCHELLE CAPER, “Twilight,” 2009


Acrylic on canvas, 47 x 47 inches

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Rochelle Caper describes her work as being about “color, form, and the unconscious, and by ‘the unconscious’ I mean fantasy, fantasy that has to do with primitive instincts and emotional potency. Artists are perhaps closest to primitive material as a daily experience in the studio. It is only through a willingness to remain in close touch with sometimes dangerous and harsh, sometimes beautiful and moving fantasies that the most significant work emerges. In the process of my work color and form “revive” the fantasy, and hold the viewer to an experience of that revived state.

Caper received her BFA at UCLA. Her paintings and monotypes have been exhibited and collected internationally; in Los Angeles Ruth Bachofner and Jan Baum represented her work.

Selected Collections

Wertheim Schroder, Beverly Hills

Gibraltar Savings Corporate Headquarters

California Leigh Caverhill, Inc., Beverly Hills,

UCLA Medical Plaza, Los Angeles

Susan Cloke AIA, Santa Monica

Joel Siegel, New York

Katherine Spitz, AIA, Los Angeles

Jacopo Corporation, Los Angeles

Financial Management Advisors, Los Angeles

Dr. and Ms. David Sheffner, Newport Beach

Tiverton House, UCLA, Los Angeles,

Dr. Elizabeth Spillius, London

Dr. Michael and Wendy Feldman, London

Dr. Donald Thomas, Pasadena

Dr. Bonnie Engdahl, Los Angeles,

John Dale AIA, Pasadena

Merle and Jerry Measer, Los Angeles