27. 07. 2015

Shane Pierce: Artistic Oracle

Like many of us, artist Shane Pierce has spent years working a plethora of jobs, tirelessly committing to a number of different lives in one lifetime, constantly pushing forward—on to the next great thing; living...

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25. 03. 2015

Kate MacDowell – Creating with Purpose

Sculptor Kate MacDowell opens up to Rogue Arts about her process, her love for art history, and her concern for the environment. Kate MacDowell’s romantic and eerie sculptures seem as if creations from...

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19. 11. 2014

The Caring Creator: Diana Markessinis’ amazing art objects

There are very few artists that can further the magic of something through their own creative processes. Meet Diana Markessinis, one of those very few. Her sculptures are simple but powerful, exploring the...

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07. 11. 2014

The Ruzic Realm

Psychedelic mastermind Ken Ruzic creates alternate realities to bring consciousness to the masses Ken Ruzic is a well-known painter, sculptor, illustrator and tiki god, but I believe this artist is actually the love...

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13. 10. 2014

Bigger and Better: The Moon Block Party Rises Again

Anybody living in Southern California for the last few years has probably noticed the growth in popularity of music festivals in the region. In a market that used to be dominated solely by...

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01. 10. 2014


  From the chaotic and metropolitan Detroit, Zdan emigrated to Southern California for higher education and the chance for a wider audience to appreciate his work. Luckily for us, he’s been drawn to...

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17. 09. 2014

Rogue Featured Artist: Ray Vargas

Ray Vargas  has been making and exhibiting evocative and gorgeous artwork throughout the Los Angeles and Orange Counties for over 10 years. His work has shown up in nearly every group show we have...

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16. 09. 2014
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Mouth-Watering Art in Santa Monica

Artist Carole Bayer Sager’s paintings are notorious for making people hungry for food, life, and love. She can engage our visual senses so deeply that our mouths and noses begin to crave the...

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16. 09. 2014

A Journey to Smile Isle with Daniel Rolnik

Daniel Rolnik is one of the funniest, most charming individuals to come out of the Los Angeles art world in quite some time. “The world’s most adorable art critic” is more of an...

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11. 09. 2014

Love The Skin You’re In

Love the Skin You’re In will feature a series of photorealistic drawings that consider the implications inherent in how the media advertises, manipulates and exploits the imagery of flesh. Drawing specifically on industry slogans...

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29. 08. 2014

The Life of Things

Text and Photos by Victoria Banegas Pomona, CA.     The Pomona Art Walk happens the second Saturday of each month and has been improving over the years. More and more artists display their...

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02. 07. 2014

Shaun Durkan and Album Aesthetics

Shaun Durkan may be best known as the bass player and lead singer of the post-punk band Weekend, but many may not be aware that, in addition to his prowess as a songwriter...

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11. 06. 2014
"Vacuum of Rubbish, Ounce of Meaning," lithographic ink, tengucho, rayon, Stonehenge paper, newspaper, acrylic, string, flour, bone pigment & galvanized steel 8’x10’x8’ 2013


Orange County artist, Lindsay Buchman’s paper-obsessed artwork explores delicate relationships between humankind and its environment. The man-made world and the natural world often are juxtaposed with each other, but Buchman finds a balance...

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03. 06. 2014


Oleg Oprisco is a dreamy photographer from Ukraine, who creates stunning surreal photographs of fantastical realms. He does this with an old-school camera, and he creates everything you see in his images. His...

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13. 05. 2014
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I first met Mary Delioussina in an large Santa Monica Airport hangar. She and I collaborated later on, after our souls touched in Santa Monica. She was creating a drool-dripping tongued, basket-carrying fox-fish...

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07. 05. 2014

“We Are Spiritual Machines” with Mike Saijo

“We Are Spiritual Machines” is a multimedia exhibition that explores the history of spiritual movements in Ojai within the context of art and technology. Using photographic images, mixed media print, Oculus Rift virtual...

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30. 04. 2014

Days Come and Gone.

  About the Artist: San Bernardino native, Victoria Banegas finds her hometown to be rich, both conceptually and aesthetically, serving as her playground for artistic development. Recently graduating from the city’s university, with...

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28. 04. 2014



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21. 04. 2014

Spring Awakening: An uncomfortably awesome musical production

Lets get to the point, I turned thirty. To celebrate, my long distance boyfriend bought my mother and I tickets to see Spring Awakening at the Harris Center in Folsom, Ca. German Expressionist...

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21. 04. 2014

The Life of An Artist gets Real

I once visited a bookstore with illustrations of notable artists painted on the walls above shelves of books. Ernest Hemmingway, Gertrude Stein, J.D. Salinger, Kandinsky, O’Keeffe and others sit at tables reading books...

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