Chase Langford

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Half Moon Bay, 2008 (sold) Oil On Canvas 30 X 40 © yes
Floreana 2 (sold), 2011 Oil And Metallic On Canvas 36 X 48 © Chase Langford, 2011
Sea Point (sold), 2008 Oil On Canvas 40 X 108 © Chase Langford, 2008
Botswana 5 (sold), 2012 Oil On Canvas 36 X 84 Inches © Chase Langford
Sonoma (sold), 2014 Oil On Canvas 48 X 72 © yes
Quick Facts
Pontiac, Michigan
Lives in
Los Angeles
Works in
Los Angeles
Representing galleries
Paragone Gallery, Susan Eley, Eisenhauer Gallery, Foster/White Gallery, Fresh Paint, art project paia, Elder Gallery

Chase Langford born in Pontiac, Michigan, is a Los Angeles-based artist well known for his geographically inspired paintings.  He studied cartography earning a BA from UC Santa Barbara in Geography then worked as a cartographer at UCLA.


Starting with his Map Paintings he literally reinterpreted geography by taking selected features from maps and filled in the reconfigured shapes in a flurry of color and movement creating a fresh take on familiar geographic forms.  This followed with series that moved even deeper into pure abstraction with his Coldwater, Mulholland, and Scrape series which all lead to his Morphic series, now the core focus of his painting today.


His paintings have been widely shown at one-person and group exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York City, Washington DC, Montreal, Palo Alto, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Napa Valley, Seattle, and Palm Springs and included many corporate/public collections (often site specific commissions) such as Long Beach Musuem of Art, Keck School of Medicine at USC, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Star City in Sydney, Australia, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Monique Lhuillier, Inc., Caesar’s Palace, Dykema Grossett LLP, Sidley Austin LLP, Cohen & Lord, Meacham Oppenheimer, Inc., UBS, Nordstrom and Park Hyatt Aviara.  He is in private collections in North America, Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, and Australia.  Also in the private collections of Magic Johnson and the Saudi Royal Family.

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