16. 09. 2014

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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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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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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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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16. 04. 2014

Child of Light GAME PREVIEW

The industry of mainstream video games revolves around high-grossing titles. These are typical adventures featuring masculine protagonists, brute strength, militaristic prowess and highly sought after graphics of realism. Games that feature strong women...

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28. 02. 2014

Avatars, Body Image and Feminism: A Conversation with Kristine Schomaker

On a late Friday afternoon I met up with Los Angeles based artist Kristine Schomaker. We talked about Avatars, body image and feminism over lunch at Barbara’s studio in The Brewery Art Colony,...

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05. 01. 2014

LAPINU ZE FRENCH SINGING RABBIT

I am riding the highest wave, holding the reigns of an elephant with a diving force. Wearing a crown made of tear drops. I am pulling the reigns back into me and aiming...

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30. 12. 2013

Cutie and the Boxer

Artists are strange creatures. Creative, often narcissistic, selfish and expressive, yet these are the people we look to for inspiration and insight to live life more fully. Creativity is a blessing and a...

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06. 11. 2013

Featured Comrade – {Evolved} Magazine

If you are unfamiliar with E-VOLVED Magazine, now’s your chance to catch up, fast. This DIY magazine is only on issue 3, but they are growing exponentially, and offering quality alternative content in...

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23. 10. 2013

mind-blowing wood

This Southern hunk of badassery is blowing our tiny rogue minds over here. Based in Richmond, Virginia artist Morgan Herrin transforms the most generic and humble material—construction-grade 2x4s—into spectacularly detailed figurative sculptures. Ah-mazing. The figure...

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08. 10. 2013

CHRISTO DOES IT AGAIN

  When we were only tiny children, Christo and Jeanne-Claude blew our minds with giant yellow umbrellas, scattered across the California mountains. It was the first time in our lives that learned art...

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08. 10. 2013

Out for Blood @ GCS Santa Ana

Haunted Euth’s latest solo exhibition at GCS Santa Ana was a huge success. The GCS exhibition space is transformed into something completely different in “Out for Blood.” Well curated with a seemingly natural flow,...

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05. 09. 2013

“I DON’T WANT TO GO TO PRISON”

  In this day and age, competition is everything. My generation is a generation of hustlers and competitors. It can be a battle for success and a battle for life. In fine art, it has always...

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22. 06. 2013

R.I.P. SFMOMA

Just kidding! The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), will be under construction until January 1, 2016. So inevitably, I had to say my hellos and goodbyes during the museums final days,...

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12. 06. 2013

Solano Art Walk Follow-Up

    Berkeley is well known for being an artsy town.  Lots of artists live in the city borders, and everyone here looks like a walking art piece.  Furthermore, Berkeleyites love filling their homes...

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11. 06. 2013

Inside Out: The People’s Art Project – A Review

If someone gave you a six-figure check and only one stipulation, “make a wish to change the world.” What would your wish be, what would you propose, what would be your plan? This...

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12. 05. 2013

Ed BlackBurn and Chris Max Thompson: Ceramic Artists at E street Gallery

Christopher Max Thompson and Ed Blackburn are ceramic artists that displayed during the April 2013, Capitol Clay Invitational group show at E Street Gallery located in Downtown, Sacramento. Ed Blackburn hung Stroke of...

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10. 03. 2013

Figuring it Out in Santa Ana

As an artist, figure drawing and figure painting are some of my favorite kinds of art to create. Taking from observation and the love of the human form, figure-based art is satisfying and...

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