As of yesterday morning, I have 21 cityscape paintings in three exhibition venues across LA County. That may be a record for me! Let's celebrate at the opening of:
Saturday April 23rd, 7-11pm
The Gabba Gallery
3126 Beverly Blvd.
Four art shows curated by some of LA's top art experts
G. James Daichendt - Word
Mat Gleason - Blood on the Track Lights
Isabel Rojas-Williams - I Am More
Cindy Schwarzstein - /Brit-fluence(d)/
Openings at Gabba are always a good time!
Street parking or $8 at 3001 Beverly Blvd or Uber/Lyft
DJ Jonathan Williams will be spinning. Bubbles by Perrier.
Click here for the Facebook Invite
G. James Daichendt is Dean of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Art History at Point Loma Nazarene University. His show, Word, spotlights text-based art by Robbie Conal, Desire Obtain Cherish, Macha Suzuki, John Van Hamersveld, and Feodor Voronov.
Mat Gleason, founder of Coagula Art Journal, showcases paintings by Alex S. Arizpe and Vanessa Contreras in Blood on the Track Lights. His exhibition explores the passion and intensity of life’s most extreme moments.
Executive director of Mural Conservancy Los Angeles, Isabel Rojas-Williams, highlights female artists in I Am More. The show includes works by Lydia Emily Archibald, June Edmonds, Rosalind McGary, Colette Miller, Mei Xian Qiu, Ester Petschar, Christina Ramos, and Sandy Rodriguez.
In /Brit-fluence(d)/, Cartwheel Art founder Cindy Schwarzstein presents art influenced by British cuture. The mix of LA and UK based artists includes Liseth Amaya, Jonny Arnold, Will Blanchard aka Wildcat Will, Nicholas Bonamy, Brandon Boyd, Lisa Derrick, Robert “Sticky” Shaw, Joey Feldman, Teale Hatheway, Himbad, Jay Kantor, Dr. Paul Koudounaris, Captain Kris, Stone Larkin, Xany Rudoff, Otto Schade, and Cherie Strong.
April 15-May 16, 2016
810 Meridian Ave.
South Pasadena, 91030
This is my first time showing with Sugarmynt Gallery and they have taken on sixteen of my mixed media cityscape paintings and limited edition, fine art prints. Yow! The gallery is in a great spot off of Mission Street. Check it out!