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Saturday, September 22, 2018

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Everybody needs a rest from the stress of the daily basis and the best way to take a rest, and enjoy life the most is by doing things that you love, those things that really make you have fun, either alone or accompanied by your peers. There’re hundreds of option to choose from, from sports, games, hobbies and thousands of activities that you might like.

If you’re struggling to find something fun and something you can enjoy, fortunately in this article I will going to give you some serious options for leisure activities. Here we go.

1.Go to a gym or exercise daily: Doing exercise... Read More

SANTA MONICA AUCTIONS presents its annual auction for 2016 on Sunday, June 5th 2016. SANTA MONICA AUCTIONS has been independently owned and operated since 1984 and offers unusual and well-known artworks by both emerging and established artists.

Unlike other auction houses Santa Monica auctions accept rare, and important artworks up until the day of the auction. This is different than most auction houses since most print catalogues much earlier and stop accepting works at least a week prior to the auction. Whether you are new to art or an established collector, the SANTA MONICA AUCTIONS... Read More

“Looking Glass” opens Saturday, May 28th at bG Gallery at Bergamot Station. The group show will feature talented artists whose work fits within the theme carefully curated by gallerist Om Bleicher. “'Looking Glass' is a group exhibit of surreal and fantasy works with a loose focus on self or societal reflection, said Bleicher.

Artist Ty Cummings will be part of the group show. Bleicher said he was drawn to work if Cummings since it was a mix of surrealism and contemporary art.

Cummings has been painting most of his life and revealed that communication is an important factor in... Read More

Interior Design Trends

Interior design is one of the most beneficial and crucial parts of arranging the inside of your home. With interior design you can figure out what furniture and fixtures you will want to have put into your home. It will also allow you to determine what kind of flooring you want as well as what material you will want your walls and ceilings to be made out of. Like a number of other regions throughout the United States, the Southwest has its own unique interior design trends. These trends provide homeowners with ideas on how to best design their home and... Read More

On May 15th from 11:00am – 6:00 pm, Venice artists celebrate community with a free studio art tour called the Venice ARTBLOCK. The event and organization calls attention to the vitality and importance of the arts in Venice and the diverse art district that is undergoing rapid change. The ARTBLOCK is funded in part by The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and with the help of Community Partners.

Sandy Bleifer, will be showing her work as well as spreading the word about her latest project, an effort to bring PLACE, a national nonprofit, to Venice in order to explore the development... Read More

In today’s modern world everything from groceries to gadgets is available on the internet. The web is the preferred medium for connecting with like minded people and so buying and selling art online is has never been easier. An art lover no longer needs to make a trip to London’s Tate museum for a dose of Modern Art. He or she can simply log onto the internet and take a tour of virtual galleries specializing in Modern Art. Capitalizing on this concept, here are some of the popular online art galleries dealing in International Art.

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This Saturday, February 6th, artist Scott Horton will be featured in a group exhibition entitled “Grayscale Wonderland II,” at Bergamot Station.

Horton has been creating art most of his life, but it was his college professor who would make the biggest impression and alter the direction of his art. “In college I was studying psychology, but had always loved art, so I decided to take a watercolor class. Sam Hutto, the professor of the course, gave me the only "B" I would ever receive in art. I asked him if it was because I didn't have the talent, and he said, "No, you do good work. You... Read More

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