Brewery Artwalk Spring 2024
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1w ago
Brewery Artwalk Spring 2024 March 23rd-24th Photo Essay by Kristine Schomaker https://breweryartwalk.com/ @breweryartwalk ..read more
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Artist Spotlight: Curtis Stage
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2w ago
Sending Smoke Signals Artist’s Studio The first step involves photographing everyday objects that will serve as the building blocks for the final artwork. These photographs of patterns and textures are then printed in large scale to act as either the background or the foreground collages in the final piece. Next comes a full day dedicated to meticulously constructing “staged” images in the studio. This process is akin to sculpting, as the photographs are manipulated in a three-dimensional fashion. These sculptural still-life’s serve solely as the foundation for the final photograph and are nev ..read more
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Artist Spotlight: Linda King
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2w ago
Rain From A Vision 2023 Acrylic 60×60 What does a day in your art practice look like? On a day when all goes well, I start with coffee, meditation, sometimes sitting in my garden or gardening to further clear my mind and then I go into the studio. Once in the studio I might just look at what I’ve done the day before or I might start painting right away. Picking up the studio, putting things away, mixing paints are ways that I get ready to actually paint. I try to work in the studio 5-7 hours a day, 5-6 days a week. Shadow Dream 2021 Acyrlic 36×36 What is the hardest part of creating your art ..read more
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Artist Spotlight: Mark Indig
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3w ago
Mark Indig Studio Photo by Mark Indig What does a day in your art practice look like? Many of my projects are road trip-based and in other states or countries. So up before dawn, shower and breakfast, then 10-12 hours driving/walking/shooting, then find a hotel, dinner, then upload, back up and edit for another couple of hours. What is the hardest part of creating your art? Getting it seen. Eastpoint Florida Photo By Mark Indig If you could change anything about the art world, what would it be? The “pay to play” exhibitions and reviews. What do you do to keep yourself motivated and interested ..read more
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Frieze Los Angeles for the First Time!
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1M ago
When Monica Marks texted me from Frieze, we had no idea her photos and experience would end up here, in Art and Cake. But once she mentioned how many photos she took, I jumped at the chance to share her experience. Our text messages started at 11:44am and went something like this until 3:33pm. Monica Marks sent me these first photos upon entering Frieze Kristine Schomaker: YAY!! I’m so glad you went!! MM: Me too. Just got here LOL KS: Can’t wait to hear what you think MM: KS: YAY! Great Jacket! MM: Thank you! I thrifted it months ago and forgot about it until I started organizing my bedroo ..read more
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Support your local artists!! Share their work on our Instagram!!
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1M ago
Doug Aitken “Now” 2013 Powder coated metal, black felt, assorted plants | 38″ x 103″ x 7 1/8″ Regen Projects PC: Monica Marks at Frieze 2024 Hi my art friends!! Art and cake and Shoebox Arts has always had as its primary focus the idea to support artists however we can. I would love to use our Instagram to share work by as many artists as we can. (I know, Instagram can be a bugger, with changing algorithms, but I am going to milk everything I can from it while it is here and still helping the art world) I can use your help!! When you go to an art event, any art event and take photos of OTHER a ..read more
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SPRING/BREAK Art Show Los Angeles 2024
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1M ago
Many thanks to our boots on the ground, Liberty Worth for checking out Spring/Break Art Show Los Angeles this year! Take a look at her picks… Joy Ray – A great collection of her work together all in one place – this series of work is using her low-tech textile work, but also there are altered toys that have AI voices inside them that bring a haunting quality as they quote the text that is written on the pieces. @joyrayart Paul Maloney – a ceramics artist from Kansas City who is greatly influenced by street art @pcbmaloney ..read more
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Artist Spotlight: Douglas Alvarez
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3M ago
Coffee Shop What does a day in your art practice look like? When not dealing with graphic design projects, I start my mornings working on the painting on my easel. Like clockwork, coffee brews, LoFi music plays, and I pick up where I left off the night before. If I’m between paintings or feeling uninspired, I hop on my bike and grab a camera. I scour for inspiration in my surroundings—architecture, urban animals, nature, random folks, and common objects. Photography is a source of influence over the work. Sometimes, when working on an installation, I’ll spend the day searching eBay and meetin ..read more
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Art of the Joshua Tree
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5M ago
Sossi Madzounian Deserts Ikebana, Photography Charity: Center for Biological Diversity Karin Lindeberg Frida, I see you under the shady tree, 35mm Photography 8×10 inches Charity: Center for Biological Diversity Chloe Allred, Dreaming in Cerulean and Quinacridone, Oil Paint on Canvas. 24×18 inches Charity: Morongo Basin Conservation Association Adeola Davies-Aiyeloja, JT in Glow, Digital Collage and mixed media, 8×8 inches Charity: Joshua Tree Retreat Center Karin Skiba, Desert Icon, Woven Mixed Media, 11×14 inches Charity: Mojave Desert Land Trust Karineh, Mother Nature, Photograph, 20 ..read more
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Artist Spotlight: Ben Cuevas
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6M ago
What does a day in your art practice look like? Sleep till 10am. Breakfast & shower. Work till 8pm. Dinner & relaxation (and maybe a little more work). In bed by 2:00am. Repeat. What inspires you? I pull inspiration from my identity and lived experience. I’m constantly amazed by what it means to be a human, in a body, in this world. It’s a huge source of inspiration for me. What advice would you give your younger self? Lighten up. It’s supposed to be fun. Artist Portrait During Works in Progress 2023 Photo credit: Stacey Meineke What is the best advice you’ve been given? Kill your dar ..read more
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