Illustration


Stephanie Han

Stephanie Han

I’m an artist fascinated by the natural world. Most of my paintings and drawings are inspired by nature and I love working with fluid, organic forms. Most of my work is representational, but I also love the challenge of abstract expressionism. I work primarily with acrylic and canvas, but pen, charcoal and wash on paper […]

LaJon Miller

LaJon Miller

I am a Southern California based artist and I’ve been drawing since I was four years old. I would sit in front of our television and draw scenes from old Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, and Popeye cartoons. So I guess it was around the age of ten that I realized how much I loved […]

Steven Stein

Steven Stein

I have been an artist most of my life, My mother brought me often to The Exodus Gallery in San Pedro where I first encountered art. she also brought me to many galleries. I watched my mother’s friends paint and draw. In jr. College I studied Commercial Art, and I always liked printing so I […]

Amelie Simmons

Amelie Simmons

Amelie Simmons is a local Long Beach artist using acrylic paint as her primary medium of choice to create representational, impressionistic, abstract, and dimensional (tactile Touch Me) paintings. She finds inspiration locally and from her adventures while traveling. Scuba diving has given her a new perspective of the underwater world, while her career as a […]

Robyn Feeley

Robyn Feeley

My artistic goals haven’t changed from the moment I began to paint eighteen years ago: I strive to enrich and raise the awareness of the community in which I live through my paintings of the Los Angeles Basin’s endangered, bygone, and current wildlife; to help raise our understanding of our cultural heritage through my iconic […]

Lara Lee Meintjes (aka Agnes)

Lara Lee Meintjes (aka Agnes)

Lara Meintjes, also known as Agnes, is a South African artist, happily living in Long Beach, California. She is particularly interested in anthropomorphism and the colonizing properties of ink. Lara is fascinated by the dividing line between fact and fantasy, and the lingering imprint of childhood on our adult lives. She likes to play in […]

Artist Michael Strauss

Artist Michael Strauss

Michael Strauss, was born and raised in Southern California. He has always loved art and creating things of beauty in a variety of different mediums. While maturing as an artist and craftsman, he attended several creative schools and workshops, including Pasadena Art Center College Of Design, Ventura College, Los Angeles Mission College, Los Angeles Pierce […]

Lara Odell

Lara Odell

I am an illustrator, writer and cartoonist. My commercial illustration credits include The New York Times, The Washington Post, Air France Magazine, Food52, Dove Self-Esteem Project, The Rumpus, Midnight Breakfast, L.A. Record, Earthly Circuits, and The Last Regiment for Syncopated Drummers (L.R.S.D). I have art degrees from UC Irvine, SUNY Buffalo and the School of […]

Jose M. Loza

Jose M. Loza

Much of my illustration and public art works draw from wildlife scenes, portraiture, geometric symbolism, and personal experiences. The process of gathering inspiration motivates the narratives and content in my work. I enjoy taking down observations in my sketchbook through quick studies with watercolor and sometimes just a pen. These influences give me some added […]

ZYNB

ZYNB

My work embodies a point of convergence between three continents and multiple visual languages, guided by a dedication to exploring the commonalities between marginalized communities and honoring ancestral knowledge. As a multidisciplinary transcontinental Iranian painter and muralist who has lived and worked in the Middle East as well as both North and South America, I […]

Juan M. Gomez

Juan M. Gomez

Juan M. Gomez is a multidisciplinary artist who received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting from California State University Fullerton.  He has exhibited work in galleries, museums, and alternative spaces throughout Southern California such as Torrance Art Museum, LA Artcore Brewery Annex, Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, CSUF Pollack Library, Magoski Art Colony, […]

Gerardo Monterrubio

Gerardo Monterrubio

For millennia, numerous cultures have used the ceramic medium to record their existence. From these artifacts, we can form an understanding and various interpretations of the cultural paradigms, socio-political practices, mythologies, and the human experience of the worlds that created them. It is this anthropological aspect that propels my work in its creative endeavor, using […]