On Friday, January 25, The Rendon Gallery opens its doors to the public for the first time. The idea for the gallery was sparked by the success of the 2018 launch of Art At The Rendon. “The debut exhibit, “BLEND,” is a pop-up show (2 days only) featuring the work of L.A. artist Kelcey Fisher, a.k.a KFiSH, in collaboration with other artists.
The gallery’s founders, Ralph Ziman and Maria Greenshields Ziman, are working artists based in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District neighborhood. They see the area as the creative hub for the art scene in Los Angeles. “We want to represent the underserved artists in L.A. and from around the world—artists that are not necessarily commercial, but have a lot to say and have a unique perspective.” – Ralph Ziman, co-founder, The Rendon Gallery.
BLEND” will include collaborative work from Zachary Bennett-Brook, Kyle Boatwright, Armando Dela, Gabe Gault, Davia King, Colette Miller, Moncho 1929, Vero Villareal Sada, Tiaan Schreuder, Shplinton, Priscilla Carpenter Witte, Ralph Ziman, and Yanoe, among others. Three of the featured artists—King, Boatwright, and Gault—previously worked with KFiSH on an art project at the Nipton Resort in Nipton, California. They used vintage cars as their canvases, and the custom-painted cars will be on display in the Rendon’s parking lot during “BLEND.”
Sponsors include Coronado Brewing Company, Rebel Coast Winery, and The Venice Whaler.
Remember this is a pop up show – 2 days only. The public is also welcome to visit on Saturday, January 26, 2019 from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
What: Grand opening reception
Where: The Rendon Gallery, 2055 E 7th Street, Los Angeles
When: Friday January 25, 2019, 6-10pm – opening