□ Our inaugural session at the stunning Wework building in West Hollywood is this week! We're so excited to be allowed to host our painting atelier on their open-air terrace. Book Here.
□ We've launched our first small collection of original paintings for sale on our website. We're thrilled we can provide this platform as an opportunity to put the beautiful work you create in our workshops for sale. Contact us if you're interested in selling your pieces. View paintings in our gallery.
□ We'll be inside the empty pool at The Pink Motel this week. The workshop is sold out but we write down any stand-by requests in case someone cancels. Send a note to us if you'd like to be added to that list.
The New Yorker is using one of David Hockney's recent paintings as its cover this week. Hockney got the inspiration from a 17th century Dutch painting.
This week we'll bring the original work that inspired him and we''ll use it as inspiration for our own personal visual version.
We'll be painting from inside the empty, fish-shaped pool at this iconic 50s location. We'll be paying homage to the influential 70s skateboarding subculture that projected LA's spirit to the entire globe. We'll be shredding the concrete wavy walls of the pool onto our panels in this quintessential retro mecca.
□ Really interesting read on the anti-gentrification vandalism on an opening reception night in a gallery down in South Central. □ here
Painting for Justice at As We Dwell
Art show opening reception will be Friday April 18th 6-9pm at As We Dwell □1131 E 5th St, LA.
Ongoing: Plein Heritage at Heritage Square Museum Paintings by Darlene Levin, Chloé Nelson, Julio Panisello, and Charlotte Tarantola. □ 3800 Homer St. ⏰ Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11:30am to 4:30pm.Heritagesquare.org