Viva La Muxer - official Los Angeles celebration of International Women’s Day
Join us March 11th to honor past and present women leaders that inspire us by celebrating female creativity, art, and music!
Viva La Muxer will include an all female line-up artshow, local vendors, musical performances, workshops, food, drinks and more!
This amazing event is to raise funds for Las Fotos Project, an art mentoring program for girls. To learn more, visit www.lasfotosproject.org
Art Walk Los Angeles
This Thursday spot me at Art Walk LA.
I will be on spring street between 4th and 5th street.
5-10pm come chill I'll be painting live!
2 Annual Jardin deLArte: Recentering Los Angeles Art and Artists Art Fair
May 20th Friday 6 PM-9 PM - May 21st, Saturday 11 AM - 4 PM
Grand Park in Downtown L.A.
San Fernando Valley Art Collective and Self Help Graphics & Art, Jardin deLArte will showcase Los Angeles County painters and fine art printmakers, who’s work represents the vitality and breadth of Los Angeles County’s arts community.
Stay Tuned, more info TBA.
Linus Galleries: All in Due Time
Current Juried Exhibition Winners
Ali Nadoom 2
Beth Sistrunk 1
Carina Lomeli 1 Yey!
Deprise Brescia 1
Dolores Kiriacon 2
Elisabeth Ladwig 2
Gloria Bhargava 1
Haley Manchon 2
James Weiss 2
Jennifer Dipper 1
Jose Pardo 2
Judit Ladányi 1
Justin Zielke 2
Katie Beall 1
Kelly Burke 2
Kurstein Keck 1
Laura Migliorino 3
Leston Peck 1
Liza Botkin 1
Megan Burak 1
Meline Höijer Schou 2
Michael Marlitt 1
Los Angeles Art Galleries in Pasadena and Long Beach
Reclaiming Cinco de Mayo / Rescate de Cinco de Mayo
The San Francisco Living Wage Coalition
invites you to our Spring art and literature gala
Cinco de Mayo
Celebration of Cross-border Unity
The theme is rescuing Cinco de Mayo from its corporate commercialization
as "Drinko de Mayo." On May 5, 1862, a people’s militia fought invading
French troops in the town of Puebla, Mexico, defeating an army twice its
size. Napoleon was planning to intervene in the U.S. Civil War on the
side of the slavocracy. The intervention of the French could have been a
decisive factor leading to a Confederate victory in the Civil War. After
the battle of Gettysburg, Union forces joined Mexicans in their efforts
to drive out the French monarchy and reinstall the democratically
elected President Benito Juarez. Today, more than ever, we need unity in
a renewed struggle for greater democracy, especially economic democracy.
Art by Ronnie Goodman, Rene Yanez, Calixto Robles, Carina Lomeli, Doug
Minkler, Art Hazelwood, Michael Roman, Romeo Osorio, Txutxo Perez, Ana
Colomo, Ramon Deanda, Charles Blackwell, David Duckworth, Talleres
Populares 28J, Sara Thustra, Rodger Scott, Nancy Reese, Debra Walker,
Music by Francisco Herrera, Mario, Elizabeth and Nancy Esteva, Marvin
Flores, Diego Sardaneta
Poetry by Tony Robles
Thursday, May 5
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Redstone Labor Temple
2940 – 16th Street, San Francisco
(between Mission and South Van Ness, half-block from 16th St. BART)
$5 – admission
complimentary food and drinks
a benefit for the San Francisco Living Wage Coalition and Las Hormigas
in Ciudad Juarez
For more info, contact the San Francisco Living Wage Coalition,
"Resist Series" at South Central Los Angeles Regional Center!
As of May 20th 2015 the "Resist Series" was donated to the Regional Center by Collectors Laura Alvarez & Margarita Sanchez from Independent Hands. The works are now permanently on display to the public during the healing process. Thank you ladies so much for your contribution to our community!
South Central Los Angeles Regional Center
2500 S. Western Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90018
BFA 2009 Fine Art/Academy of Art University
BFA 2004 General/Paradise Valley Community College
2015 MERGE, Ruby Skye, San Francisco, CA.
2015 All things Unsettled: Juried Exhibition, Gear Box Gallery, Oakland, CA.
2015 South Central Los Angeles Regional Center, Los Angeles, CA.
2015 Art Attack Gallery, San Francisco , CA.
2014 Spring Art and Literature Gala: Living Wage Fundraiser, San Francisco, CA.
2014 Contemporary Women, Chico Art Center, Chico, CA.
2013 Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, CA.
2013 The Paolo Mejia Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
2013 Spring Art and Literature Gala: Living Wage Fundraiser, San Francisco, CA.
2012 Narcolandia, Couagula Curatorial, Los Angeles, CA.
2012 Spring Art and Literature Gala: Reclaiming Cinco de Mayo, 518 Valencia, San Francisco, CA.
2011 Oilhius Art Exhibit, Ark 221, San Francisco, CA.
2010 Faculty + Alumni Fine Art Auction, 79 Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
2010 Redrawing the Lines, Seed Corn Gallery, Berkeley, CA.
2009 Love, Artist X-change, San Francisco, CA.
2009 Dermafilia Tattoo Shop, San Francisco, CA.
2009 Faculty + Alumni Fine Art Auction, 79 Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
2009 Beyond Boundaries, Seed Corn Gallery, Berkeley, CA.
2009 Co-Show, 625 Sutter Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
2009 Hope And Change, Submission Art Space, San Francisco, CA.
2015 International Sports Club, San Francisco, CA.
2015 Le Promanade Cafe, San Francisco, CA.
2014 Bikes not Bombs, Salon Macias, San Francisco, CA.
2014 Cafe Union, San Francisco, CA.
2014 Melt Cafe, San francisco, CA.
2013 Pork Store Cafe, San Francisco, CA.
2013 Activism Art, Mutiny Radio Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
2012 All is Good, Gestalt Haus Bar, San Francisco, CA.
2011 Amsterdam Cafe, San Francisco, CA.
2010 Exhibit, OZ Lounge, San Francisco, CA.
2010 Presidential Palace, Santiago Tangamandapio, Michoacan, MEX.
2009 Show, Bean There Café, San Francisco, CA.
Orange County, California; January 24, 1984.