What happens when a show venue tells a show that they have to change their show and take out core elements of it? Usually nothing good. Such is the case with the old Ink-N-Iron show which was in its 12th year of running in 2015.
New York based artist Jim McKenzie brought his expertise and "magic" to his latest show in Santa Monica's Copro Gallery this weekend during his show "Lost Magic". The show featured a majority of sculpted pieces featuring whimsical characters that you might find in a wonderland.
In Greg ’Craola’ Simkins’ paintings phantasmagoric characters play the leading role. Each and every one of them came out as a product of the artist’s imagination, but seemingly they are all becoming alive on the canvas and continuing to live the life of their own.
The Beverly Hills Art Walk was in full swing this weekend with artists from around the world displaying their pieces for all to see at the Beverly Hills part on Santa Monica Blvd. in beautiful Beverly Hills, CA. Booths were all setup outside over a
Hosted at Google Los Angeles, Venice Family Clinic’s Art Walk & Auctions was free and open to the public and showcased a gallery-quality contemporary silent art auction. Accompanying the auctions are artist studio tours, artisan shops, family activities, entertainment, music, food and more. Venice Family
X-Files, Twilight Zone, Cheers, Star Trek and so many other favorite TV shows were represented this weekend at the opening of Idiot Box at Gallery1988. The annual show brought many new artists to the scene this year and brought some favorites back for fans. The
The Caruso group, the team responsible for The Grove in Los Angeles proper and The Americana in Glendale, are once again bringing some of the latest and favorite eateries to the public. The property group is already known for placing some of the best food