Oct. 25 2016
Halloween-themed art shows are starting to pop up this time of year, and while most of the artists in those shows are just dabbling in spooky scenes for that show, the artists below keep us scared all...
Oct. 25 2016
Most art patrons can be a little naïve to just how much work goes into staging seemingly simple exhibitions. Most take years of planning, months to curate and days, if not weeks, to properly stage
Oct. 18 2016
On the surface, a list like this would seem to be better suited for the end of the year when nearly every arts publication posts those trite "Best" listicles
Oct. 11 2016
With a name like On the Edge Art Collective, one might expect a posse of 20-something hipsters posted up in a Barrio Logan warehouse painting on discarded pieces of plywood
Oct. 11 2016
Photographer Marisa Scheinfeld has had the cops called on her a number of times over the last few years. She all but admits to being a perpetual trespasser while working on her recently released book,...
Oct. 4 2016
MK Envision Galleries grand opening show on Friday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 9 p.m. will feature the work of three photographers
Oct. 4 2016
The work of local public artists Janne LaValle and Kathleen "Katy" Styzeleck is seemingly ubiquitous. The duo is responsible for at least four murals in East County, including the five-panel, eight-years-in-the-making...
Sept. 28 2016
To be honest, I was beginning to think Rust Magic was never going to happen. In fact, it would have been a cruel twist of irony if local graffiti artist Saratoga Sake had never finished his new show at...
Sept. 28 2016
Eva De Leon used to pick flowers in Mexico City with her sister (hence the name of the store), but says she really got her start when she did the flower arranging at her own wedding
Sept. 20 2016
With help from Noë Olivas, Lopex is working on a new video project that explores the world of video dating that was popular in the '80s and '90s
Sept. 7 2016
Local artist Susie Ghahremani has done well with her Boygirlparty brand of merchandise. She’s developed a base of loyal customers who seemingly can’t get enough of cutesy animal characters...
Sept. 7 2016
For Normal Heights native Chris Tomlin, the opportunity to do a mural in the neighborhood he grew up in was already exciting. The retired Marine Corps veteran says the real excitement, though, came in...
Aug. 30 2016
The exhibition at Madison Gallery, cleverly titled Light as Poetry, showcases many works that were once site-specific, including the haunting "All Palaces" and "Sentinels."
Aug. 30 2016
Over the course of three decades, Rosenthal has channeled this inspiration into masterfully assembled stone, glass and metal (but mostly stone) sculptures that range in size and scope
Aug. 23 2016
Ducky Waddle's Emporium, the Encinitas storefront that specializes in limited edition books, art prints and kitschy gifts, will permanently close according to the store's Facebook page and an email newsletter...
Aug. 23 2016
Since its founding, the goal of the City Heights-based organization has been to enable self-expression and social change through the power of photography
Aug. 16 2016
I recently had a rather unpleasant encounter with a local artist who was upset with me for giving an exhibition he helped coordinate a bad review
Aug. 16 2016
The concept of something being "generational" is very important to Curtis Micklish. The owner of the namesake design and wood home-wares studio says he was taught to create things that would stand the...
Aug. 9 2016
In this semi-regular department, we ask some of our favorite local artists and creative types what artists or new shows are worth checking out
Aug. 9 2016
It goes without saying that a lot of sweat goes into the works of Jean Lowe and Kim MacConnel, but the two artists are positively glistening as they attempt to put the finishing touches on their new collaborative...


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