Category Archives: Art

Robert Williams’ Really Big Show

I first met Robert Williams when we were part of the underground art community called the Zero One in the early 1980’s. He had always been a star in the Zap comic Book community, but his paintings were so much … Continue reading

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LADIES and LOBSTERS: A Magical Night of Art, Wine and Comedy—at Oh My Ribs Theatre this Coming Saturday!

Artwork, wine tasting, female stand-up comedy, more artwork, more wine tasting, comics from Comedy Central, Showtime, and Last Comic Standing!!!—What do all these things have in common?   They are all things you can meet, watch, drink, witness and purchase at … Continue reading

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Offbeat L.A.: Artist Robert Williams: SLANG Aesthetics! The Master of Low Brow Questions Sophistication at Barnsdall Park

The Los Angeles art scene has historically been cast in shadow. Although brilliance, ingenuity and boundary bashing social commentary has blossomed on our coast for many decades, we’ve always been the barely recognized character actor to New York City’s glitzy … Continue reading

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Festival of the Desert: March 18, 2015 in Palm Springs

Now there’s more to the Coachella cultural scene than blazing Rice Krispie squares, whirling, twirling, swirling tie-dye and rampant dehydration. Break out your tux and snap up your tix for high desert elevation of a different kind. Festival of the … Continue reading

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Cartwheel Art Tour Exposes The Surprising World of LA’s Art District

Anyone who has followed the DTLA Arts and Warehouse District over these years are aware that this community offers unique and unexpected experiences. Cindy Schwarzstein heads Cartwheel Art Tours for the DTLA Arts community. The Cartwheel Art Tour exposes the meat and … Continue reading

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Brian Walsby: Intense Brutality

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Colette Miller: Giving the World Wings

Colette Miller  has spread her spirit and talent via the painting palate for many years, creating her artistic visions inspired by dreams, animals and life experiences. Since the early 90’s she has painted animals on everything from bridges and walls … Continue reading

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Saturday, January 31, 2015: 10th Annual Museums Free Admission Program

This Saturday, January 31, 2015 there is free admission to many of the museums throughout the city as part of the 10th Annual Museums Free-for-all program. Right now LACMA is showing paintings from the Hudson Valley River School, Haunted Screens: … Continue reading

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From Pop to the Pit: The LAPL Photo Collection

The airwaves may have been dominated by new wave in the 80s, but there was an explosion of talent coming up from the underground. Venues like the Radio Club helped to establish rap music in LA, hardcore punk was blowing up in … Continue reading

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Hudson Marquez Features his ‘Rhythm and Shoes’ Paintings at Upcoming La Luz de Jesus Gallery Show

Hudson Marquez is excited about his upcoming show at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Hollywood, starting January 9, 2015 and running through February 1, 2015. Hudson said, “There are going to be 15 paintings in the show. Six … Continue reading

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