Randy Colosky

Randy Colosky Biography

b.1965 New Brunswick, NJ, USA. Lives and works Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Randy Colosky is an interdisciplinary artist working in both established and unorthodox materials and processes. Ranging from traditional oil painting to frozen installations, his divergent practice is informed by history, science, and insatiable curiosity about nature and how its elements interact.

Colosky received a BFA in Ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1987.

He has been awarded grants from the Warhol Foundation for the Arts, The Fleishacker Foundation, the Zellerbach Family Foundation, and KALA Art Institute.

He has shown in many galleries and museums including The Jewish Museum SF The Museum of Craft and Folk Art SF and the Berkeley Art Museum Berkeley CA.

He has public art projects placed in Laguna Beach Ca, Oakland Ca, San Francisco Ca, Livermore CA, San Bruno CA and Santa Rosa CA. His work is in several collections including The Berkeley Art Museum, Facebook Inc, Sonoma State University Ronert Park CA, The Battery San Francisco CA. Alameda Municipal Art Collection, Oakland CA, and Ellie Mae Financial Services.