Caris Reid

Caris Reid is a painter based in Los Angeles. Her paintings are a symbolic world of blooming flowers, floating lips, cats and penetrating stares. Influenced by her interest in Tarot and Hypnosis, the paintings feel both familiar and mysterious, every detail is coded and ripe with meaning.

Reid has shown her paintings in solo exhibitions at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York and Ochi Projects in Los Angeles as well as exhibiting in two person shows with Elise Ferguson at Monya Rowe Gallery, with Amanda Valdez at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York and Cicuit12 Gallery in Dallas. Her work has been exhibited at the Untitled Art Fair in Miami, Intersect Art Fair in Palm Springs, and The Spring Break Art Fair in both New York and Los Angeles. Caris has led painting and meditation workshops at The Palm Springs Museum of Art and at Maha Rose in New York. She's been included in group exhibitions at The Landing Gallery in Los Angeles, Sargents Daughters in New York, Longhouse Projects in New York, O-O in Los Angeles, SEASON in Seattle, Ochi Gallery in Idaho, and The National Arts Club in New York among others. In 2016 she completed a 40 foot mural in downtown Los Angeles titled Grace and Grit. Her work has been featured in The New Yorker, The Observer, Artsy, Vogue Japan, Vogue Mexico, W Magazine, Architectural Digest, Forbes Magazine, LALA magazine and The New York Times among others.