Rolf Anthony Young
Photo Credit: Alan Joseph Marx

Artist lives & works in Charleston, South Carolina

A Bit About the Artist

Rolf Anthony Young was born in Vienna, Austria. As a young child Rolf lived in London, New York City, Connecticut, and South Carolina. Rolf spent his formative years in Reston, Virginia where he attended South Lakes High School. After graduating from South Lakes, Rolf studied fine arts at Virginia Commonwealth University and earned a BFA in Sculpture and Extended Media; a 2001 graduate. After hiking 150 miles of the Appalachian Trial, Rolf moved to Charleston, South Carolina in 2002. Rolf used his art skills to build a professional career as a graphic designer and drafter. Rolf launched his website LoW BiT LoGiC in 2014 with a focus on showcasing his electronic music and videos. It was not until 2016, while living in Los Angeles, California that his passion for art making was reborn. After four years in LA, Rolf moved back to Charleston in 2019. Today, Rolf is an artist working in many disciplines, proudly displaying his work on LoW BiT LoGiC, and exhibiting wherever he can. Rolf has exhibited at Brewery + Art Festival, Glendale, CA; Chocolate & Art Show, Los Angeles, CA; ART Landing Gallery & Gifts, Inglewood, CA; Pancakes & Booze Art Show, Los Angeles, CA; Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA; Art Share L.A., Los Angeles, CA; Space 2531, Silver Lake, CA; ShockBoxx Gallery, Hermosa Beach, CA; Las Laguna Art Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA, and Shoebox Projects, Los Angeles, CA. His work was featured in publications such as APERO and Artistonish. He is a recipient of an artist scholarship from the Los Angeles Art Association and was artist-in-residence at Space 2531 in 2018.

Accolades & Awards

Artist Scholarship, Los Angeles Art Association – 2019


Engineering Design Course Work, Trident Technical Collage – 2013

BFA, Virginia Commonwealth University – 2001

Professional Organizations

Member, Los Angeles Art Association – 2018/19


Artistonish, Contemporary Art Magazine, May Issue – 2022

Artistonish, Contemporary Art Magazine, December Issue – 2021
APERO, Fine Art Publication, Honorable Mention, July Issue, Open Theme

APERO, Fine Art Publication, August Issue, “Grow” – 2018

Public Speaking

Conversations with the Artists, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA – 2019
Artist Talk, Antarctica Starts Here, Space 2531, Los Angeles, CA

Conversations with the Artists, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA – 2018
Artists Talks, LoW BiT LoGiC Mixed Media, Art Landing Gallery & Gifts, Inglewood, CA


December Artist Residency at the Balinesian Hut, Space 2531, Silver Lake, California – 2018


CADD Instructor, Los Angeles ORT College, Los Angeles, CA – 2016/18

Computer Drafting Instructor, ITT Technical Institute, Charleston, SC and Los Angeles, CA – 2014/16

My Thoughts on Art

Define your Art by the commitment of daily studio practice.
Art is emotional, yet allow structure to remain.
Remove expectations from your Art, to allow your work to stand on it’s own.
Reduction is an Art of resisting complexity.
Share your Art with the community you live in.
Art is a vocation for most and a profession for a very lucky few.
It is easy to get lost in making, but remember the motives that provoked you to create.
A critique by peers, helps artists remove the clutter that might be obstructing their objectives.
Instead of competing for space, create your own space.
Don’t forget to sketch your ideas out to build a solid foundation.
Drawing is fundamental.
June 2022