L.A. Louver is pleased to present the group exhibition “45 at 45,” which includes works by 45 artists, timed to celebrate the forty-fifth anniversary of the gallery located at 45 North Venice Boulevard in Venice, California. LA Louver; courtesy of LAArtParty.com As
JULIA SCHWARTZ and TRACK 16 host an online fundraising event in the memory of ELIJAH MCCLAIN. CLICK HERE for more info. On August 24, 2019, Elijah was murdered by police in Aurora, Colorado after being stopped while walking home from the
Enjoy a virtual art party with artist Sol Hill. He has been creating art since he was a child. Raised in Santa Fe, his parents were both artists. He utilizes contemporary digital imaging technology to create (what he calls) Metagraphs, a
In this surreal time of Corona virus, I want to point out a talented surrealist artist that you should be watching. Eva Montanari is a brilliant Italian illustrator who has published several books. She is currently under lock-down in Rimini Italy,
Aazam Irilian is an Intuitive Artist and educator. She is a strong believer in the healing aspects of the arts—that engaging in the creative process promotes clarity of mind and help individuals to tap into their inner wisdom and recognize their potential.
During our ‘Safer at Home’ period of time, Peter Fetterman Gallery invites you to a virtual walk-through of “Ansel Adams: Beauty & Truth,” “The Maser Print,” and “Sarah Moon.” “The Master Print” features works by Wynn Bullock, Paul Caponigro, Brett Weston,
Robin Becker is a photo, fibers, mixed-media artist who utilizes all of the aforementioned media to create her one-of-a-kind artwork. “My artwork is site specific portraying places I seek out around the world: Seeing what is left of old remote California
Let’s not forget March is international Women’s month. So LAArtParty wants to encourage art lovers to support women artists - enjoy a virtual art party with J.J. L’Heureux. Artist J.J. L’Heureux’s work includes photography, paintings, and mixed media. A true adventurer
A pioneer of the New York School, Ed Clark (1926 – 2019) extended the language of American abstraction beyond expressionism through his inventive use of pure color, abstract form, and the seductive materiality of paint. Following Hauser & Wirth’s recent New
Skidmore Contemporary Art celebrates two artists Tracey Sylvester Harris, and Isabel Emrich - Call now for an appointment to view these exhibitions at 310-828-5070. Below are some words from the artists. Tracey Sylvester Harris, Swim Time, 2020, Oil on canvas, 60"