Interview with Stephen and Quinn of West Coast “Lon Lon”

Interview with Stephen and Quinn of West Coast “Lon Lon”

I truly believe that a band should have a driver; someone has to be at the helm establishing an aesthetic.
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Melanie Tomsky: Transcending the Spirit, Capturing the Emotion

Melanie Tomsky: Transcending the Spirit, Capturing the Emotion

The color allows change, and in return I imagine anything that may surface.
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Chelsea Browne’s Paintings: Gleaming with Beauty, Glowing with Hope

Chelsea Browne’s Paintings: Gleaming with Beauty, Glowing with Hope

I believe beautiful ripples from people creating in the world are often invisible in the material sense.
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Denton Burrows: King of Color, Master of Form

Denton Burrows: King of Color, Master of Form

Art is input and art is life, that's the beauty of being an artist, anything can inspire us and we must be open to experiences and opportunities and always working to get better.
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Andrew Brischler: Lonely Planet

Andrew Brischler: Lonely Planet

..his paintings and color-pencil drawings are raw, undulating, boldly unflinching glimpses into the visual modalities with which we process words and shapes: loud colors, geometric tessellations, and surreal motion
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Storm Ritter: Storm’s Rainbow World, A Glimpse into the Village’s Trendiest Artist

Storm Ritter: Storm’s Rainbow World, A Glimpse into the Village’s Trendiest Artist

When Storm Ritter invites you to her public studio/storefront Storm Ritter Studio on 8th St, you feel as if you’ve entered a psychedelic dream world.
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Hurray for Hollyweird: A Q&A with Hollywood Mural Project Curator Jill C. Weisberg

I thought it was a great opportunity to elevate it: more cultured, richer, more inviting, more surprising. To make it more interesting, because these downtowns are dying as more people buy things on Amazon or go to the mall. But Downtown Hollywood is doing well, and I think it has something to do with the Mural Project.