I’m an artist who has deep roots in the graffiti art street culture. I was born and raised in the Wrigley area of Long Beach and began being interested in art at a young age. I started painting walls at homeland cultural center at the age of 16. Since then my art taken me to […]
I am a multidisciplinary visual artist, following in the footsteps of contemporary sculpture and feminist art aesthetics. I have developed my practice to include sculptural fabrication techniques, performance, and video. My inspiration comes from my lived experiences as a woman and artist. I am in a constant state of unlearning and relearning. Due to the […]
Paracosm is a detailed imaginary world. Paracosms are thought generally to originate in childhood and to have one or numerous creators. The creator of a paracosm has a complex and deeply felt relationship with this subjective universe, which may incorporate real-world or imaginary characters and conventions.
Kimo Bautista is a self taught artist rooted in graffiti furthering growth through fine arts. Predominantly through study focusing in Printmaking and Ceramics. Current work sets out to portray a sense of technological dependency and ultimately a loss of humanity; with interpretations of spiritual health as well as turmoil.
Jonathan Robinzuela is relatively new to the contemporary art scene, best known for his canvases comprised of discarded street level materials intertwined with his own photography. His work gives emphasis on the industrial detritus of the “ Post No Bills’ society we live in present day. It is best described as abstract mixed media collage […]
Carole Frances Lung (San Francisco CA, B. 1966) is an artist, soft power activist, and Associate Professor of Fashion Fiber and Materials, at California State University Los Angeles. As the biographer and archivist for her alter ego Frau Fiber, Carole activates a vocabulary of fashion and textile production and consumption, crafting of one of a […]
My illustrations are inspired by my culture and interest in improving accessibility for and representation of womxn, queer, and persxns of color. I promote self love and care while dealing with anxieties. I’m able to make these topics more accessible turning them into zines or wearable that one can take home with them.
My intention with my art is to make people uncomfortable. In each image, I bring up themes including fear, defiance, and tragedy. These themes are a reaction to mental illness and abuse. With my art, I seek to bring these topics to light in a way that challenges the viewer to think about something they […]
I upcycle items I find on the street, garage sales, thrift stores, swap meets, antique stores and donations. I give them new life and purpose, turning them into one of a kind, functional art pieces.
Vladimir Goryachev moved from Moscow, Russia to Los Angeles in 1995. Russian art had a great influence on his work. The yearning and search for purpose became the underlining motive in his work. The medium varies from digital, sculpture to drawing and painting, but the subject matter is primarily figurative. Vladimir earned his MFA degree […]
Whether it be murals or gallery pieces, I’d love to describe my artwork as a vessel or a time machine that takes the viewers backwards and forwards in time with me. Nostalgia is a heavy underlying theme from my childhood – contrasting socio-economic lifestyles of people I witnessed growing up in Tondo, Manila, vivid colors […]
Originally born in the former Soviet Union, Ilya Barannikov is a designer and artist currently residing in Long Beach, California. His vision is to bring the ethereal and tangible worlds together through art. For over 15 years, he has developed his skills in multiple disciplines, working in traditional processes as well as the experimental to […]