Christopher Baird – West Adams – 11/22/2013

Christopher Baird, along with Rainen Knecht, moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles last year. He is primarily a painter, but he also incorporates collage and assemblage into his work. He pulled together a nice introduction of his work starting with [more]

David Gev – Palms – 10/03/2013

David Gev is a glass artist who works from his home studio in the Palms neighborhood.  He is a second generation Holocaust survivor who grew up in Israel and came to the US in 1987 to pursue a Master’s degree at USC.  Gev views his work as a healing [more]

Joe Sims – “The Dons” of Baldwin Hills – 09/13/2013

Joe Sims is an assemblage artist who often incorporates found objects, such as shoes and obsolete electronics, into his work.  His large sculptures reflect his rich African American heritage and often revolve around a specific story or event.  Sims [more]

Mark Dutcher – Baldwin Hills – 08/27/2013

Mark Dutcher has been painting for 30 years.  His recent series is a reflection on life and death, as a memorial to his sister who recently passed away.  As Dutcher describes it, “the history of the making is in the painting, how I was feeling when I [more]

Dale Brockman Davis – Leimert Park – 08/16/2013

I met with Dale Brockman Davis at the California African American Museum in Exposition Park to see his some of his recent work in an exhibition entitled “Diverted Destruction 6” organized by CAAM and The Loft at Liz’s. Dale took over a large wall and [more]

Nicola Verlato – Downtown – 08/14/2013

Nicola Verlato’s studio resides in an historic building that shares a lobby with The Last Bookstore on Spring street, part of the Historic Core of downtown Los Angeles.   Now known as the Spring Arts Tower; the building houses over 100 artists, [more]