Ai Weiwei: LIFE CYCLE at Marciano Art Foundation

If you haven’t had the chance to check it out yet, we highly recommend you see Ai Weiwei: LIFE CYCLE at Marciano Art Foundation (through March 3, 2019). This exhibition is Ai’s first major institutional exhibition in Los Angeles and The Marciano Art Foundation will feature the new and unseen work Life Cycle (2018) – a sculptural […]

School Me Saturday: The History of Sign Painting

Sign-painting is an ancient trade that dates back as early as 300 B.C. Merchants, pub owners, innkeepers and other business people have always needed to communicate what they are selling and why the passersby should take pause and step inside. Fast forward to the early 1900s where every store needed a quality sign painter and […]

New Montana GOLD Colors: Warm Greys

We are excited to announce an additional seven colors to the Montana GOLD color palette: Dolomite, Ceramic, Buzzard, Yosemite, Asphalt, Meteorite and Basalt!!! As the popularity of grey tones continues to rise, Montana rose to the occasion, selecting just the right tones to warm up an already comprehensive grey palette. These new additions offer a […]

Painting with STABILO Pen 68 Markers: A little color goes a long way

Let’s talk about STABILO! Join Emilee Rudd for a fun hands-on project using the Pen 68 Markers and a water brush. With just a light touch and a dab of water, watch the saturated dye of these pens extend and blend just like watercolor. Discover how STABILO’s pens and markers, known for coloring, design and […]

The 2019 LA Art Show returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center January 23- 27

Celebrate the 2019 LA Art Show, the art experience people are calling “The Most Comprehensive International Contemporary Art Show in America”. Who said that? People. Experience prominent galleries from around the globe, lectures with noted leaders in the arts, engaging installations, and so much more. More than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space is committed […]

“Colors get the attention, but values do the work”

It’s been raining a lot in Los Angeles, and our grey skies have inspired us, much like the grey skies of Portland inspired Robert Gamblin to formulate three Portland Greys – Light, Medium, and Deep. These three neutral greys were developed to help painters quickly adjust the value and chroma of colors. And until February […]

How To Bullet Journal with Itoya’s New Oasis Notebooks

Bullet journals are a popular way for people to track to-dos, remember important events and record everyday life – with a touch of creativity and grace. Artist Rachel Solomon demonstrates how to start bullet journaling, from creating a basic key to adding a creative layout that incorporates bright colors and hand-lettering. She uses Itoya’s ProFolio […]

2019 SIGGRAPH Art Gallery

For artists working in Art and Technology, the 2019 SIGGRAPH Art Gallery is accepting submissions through January 29, 2019 and the conference will be held in Downtown Los Angeles at the LA Convention Center. This year’s theme is, “Proliferating Possibilities: Speculative Futures in Art and Design” and asks what solutions we might need to thrive […]

School Me Saturday: What is the 1800s Barbizon School?

We’re starting this thing where every Saturday we serve up a tidbit of info about art, or art history, or whatever art-related. Basically we want you to know all about art. We’re going to start with some info on the Barbizon School, aka the Fountainebleau School. An important movement in French painting, the term ‘Barbizon […]

Art Jobs: Production Assistant at TubeScience in Downtown Los Angeles

TubeScience is looking for a Production Assistant to join their team in Downtown LA! A TubeScience PA is a full-time creative individual staff position. TubeScience says this is what you’ll do: -Work hands on with our production team utilizing Red, Sony and Canon cameras in our fully-equipped private studio.-Ensure all set related items are properly […]