While walking around the alleyways of Belmont Shore in Long Beach yesterday I came across this door that almost perfectly matched my bag. Too good not to take advantage.
It’s been a while since I’ve created new pieces for my Graphic Flora series and lately I’ve been getting the hankering. That was my first real cohesive painting series and it has been good to me, putting me on the local art scene map. Since then I’ve made forays into other styles of art, butContinue reading “Flowers and Cardboard”
I saw a lady on the local bus yesterday who made quite an impression on me. She had this crazy huge teased hair (a la Robert Smith of The Cure) that was thinning on the back, was wearing a sweatshirt that said “Grumpy,” and to top it all off, was carrying a GIANT comb.
I’m glad I had the opportunity to check out this show going on at the Long Beach Museum of Art. I had not been familiar with Ray Turner’s work before, but a few months ago I started seeing banners for this show around town and I was intrigued. Two different styles of portraits were juxtaposed,Continue reading ““Ray Turner: Population” at the Long Beach Museum of Art”