When I was twelve or thirteen, a young couple moved in across the street. They were Max Hendler and Arlene Goldberg, and they were part of a loose group of painters who lived and worked in Venice during the sixties.
The Venice Painters on 378 2008
Life On Venice: Butt of the joke on 3130 2008
City workers, Robert Graham sculpture, grafitti tag
Jan 2, 2008
Life On Venice: Art-ifact on 3129 2008
Spray paint, cinder block, detritus
July 25, 2008
Life On Venice: Eye candy on 3128 2008
Woman, street art, street.
January 9, 2008
4.19 California Dreams and Realities on 1614 2008
Mollusk Surf Shop presents “California Dreams and Realities.” The photography of Deanna Templeton and paintings of Alexis Amann.
Opening reception: Saturday April 19th, 7-10pm. Music by The Tyde.
Gebert Gallery on 157 2008
Another new gallery on Abbot Kinny. Opening April 25.
James Caprell Gallery on 1329 2008
Abbot Kinney art gallery.
Colcha on 1324 2008
Hate to use the word eclectic, but if the cliché fits, use it. Abbot Kinney boutique featuring a variety of tasteful furniture, art and accessories.
BUFF MONSTER ÜBER ALLEYS on 1222 2008
Can’t keep a good Buff Monsta down. Despite the best efforts and baser inclinations of passing taggers, Buff Monster’s street art again reigns supreme…at least at the intersection of Hampton and Indiana.
Ballerina Clown on 0211 2008
One person’s nightmare is another person’s dark night of the soul. And then there’s Jonathan Borofsky’s Ballerina Clown, which is…well…both.