However, if you feel like getting out of LA….it’s the 2nd day of the HWY 62 Art Tours. This is a great time to head to Joshua Tree and take the opportunity to visit the studios of hundred of artists for free. Stop into by JTAG for more information. Extended hours this weekend Sat.10 -5PM & Sunday 12 -5PM.
JTAG artists participating in the tour are: Barbara Drucker, Marcia Geiger, Coco Hall, Drew Reese, Steve Rieman, Judy Wold, Melissa Spurr and Karine Swenson.
Sponsored by the WWW. MBCAC.ORG. You may download maps from their site or visit local businesses to pick up your tour maps.
If you would like to spend the weekend in Joshua Tree and are interested in finding out where to stay, JTAG can offer some great suggestions as well as the Johsua Tree Highlands Houses.
Feel free to contact the gallery, firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Highway 62 Art Tours, JTAG
Where: Joshua Tree Art Gallery, 61607 29 Palms Hwy, Joshua Tree, CA 92552
When: Saturdays 10 -5 pm & Sundays 12 -5 pm
Phone: 760 366 3636
Again, the Brewery Art Walk takes place….and this is your final chance to enjoy it.
A new tenant to the Brewery, Charles Swenson is excited to join the art walk for the first time. Known as a successful animator, (Rugrats), Charles has been working full time as an artst. This weekend , he will be featuring his Nudes and Shoes series.
The classic studio nudes were originally painted in 2007, but are now radically changed with the intentional placement of a seductive high-heeled shoe or boot purposefully placed over the face or body. This dramatic obscuring of the figure asks the question of how fashion truly affects today’s woman.
Swenson features a modern day woman as well as the relationship to fashion in everyday life. Yet there are many more elements to consider. “They say something about voyeurism, because you have to look past something to see the figure, and they say something about sexuality in that the shoes are sexy, kind of flirty, black, high heeled and a little domineering–demanding and slightly larger than life where the figures are slightly smaller,” he cites.
Charles Swenson’s new studio is located at 1918 N. Main # 202 at the Brewery. He recently moved in just a month ago and is looking forward to participating in the 30th anniversary celebration of the Brewery Art Walk.
For more information about Charles Swenson, see his website. http://charlesgswenson.com/
Admission is free. Parking is free (Lot donated by UPS, closes at 6pm).
What: The Brewery Art Walk
Where: The Brewery, 2100 North Main Street, Los Angeles, 90031
When: October 20th and 21st 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m