SumoGrip Premium Erasers Are Ideal for Reductive Drawing

SumoGrip Premium Erasers work like ultra-fine sandpaper to get into the small grooves of paper and grab and trap erased graphite. Check out this video where artist Lemia Crescent uses the SumoGrip Premium Eraser to play with highlights, textures, gradation in tone, and to create contrast between light and shadow in her graphite illustrations. She […]

Using GOLDEN High Flow Acrylics Paint in Empty Markers

GOLDEN High Flow Acrylics offer all the benefits of an artists’ quality acrylic paint, but with an ink-like consistency. Because of the low-viscosity, High Flow Acrylics can be used to fill empty markers as a way of incorporating higher quality paints in street art, or bringing the speed and convenience of marker pens to fine […]

LA is Trying to Kill Me – Think Tank Gallery Inaugural Mega Group Show and Grand Opening

Think Tank Gallery is finally moving into a physical project space again, after two years of transient shows and programming stretching from the Santa Monica Pier to the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh, North Carolina. The new venue is called Think Tank Gallery & Showroom, and will also serve as a new headquarters and official […]

Hauser & Wirth: Annie Leibovitz. The early years, 1970 – 1983

Beginning 14 February, Hauser & Wirth will present ‘Annie Leibovitz. The early years, 1970 – 1983,’ an extension of the 2017 survey of the same title presented by the LUMA Foundation at the festival Rencontres d’Arles, France. The first comprehensive exhibition in Los Angeles devoted to the earliest work of this renowned American, ‘The early […]

The Top 10 Art Exhibits To See in 2019?

For art lovers, 2019 promises a dazzling array of museum exhibitions, truly an embarrassment of riches. From London to Los Angeles and everywhere in-between and beyond, there are a lot of shows to look forward to. If we could use someone else’s air miles to jet to these cities, here are some of the shows we’d like […]

Draw Big with GOLDEN Acrylic Ground for Pastels

Golden Acrylic Ground for Pastels is easy to use, yet it opens a range of creative possibilities for artists to go beyond paper. Like most GOLDEN acrylic gels, pastes, colors and mediums, it can be applied to anything acrylic will adhere to (which is most things), like walls, furniture, unglazed ceramic, plaster, natural and synthetic […]

S.C. Mero in the LA Times

Did you catch our blog post from a week ago hipping you to S.C. Mero’s exhibition at the LA Art Show? The day after the L.A. Art Show closed, Mero took Deborah Vankin from The LA Times on a tour of her street sculptures and Vankin wrote it up: “The cone was part of Mero’s […]

Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy Year of the Boar!

Start off the Lunar New Year with fresh ideas and the freshest art supplies to express them! Make the Year of the Boar your most creative yet by ringing in the New Year with our Limited Edition Fukubukuro – also known as Lucky Bags! Fukubukuro (fuku means luck, fukuro – conjugated into bukuro – means […]

Museums Free-For-All Weekend

This weekend is the perfect time to explore any or all of the amazing museums in Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) because they offer FREE admission this weekend! It’s part of the 14th Annual SoCal Museums Free-for-All this weekend (more than 40 cultural institutions across Southern California are providing free admission) and just in time to […]

Today at the LA Art Show: Littletopia

Conceived by Red Truck Gallery founder Noah Antieau and the late Juxtapoz Magazine co-founder Greg Escalante, for the past five years, the beloved Littletopia section of the LA Art Show has showcased some of the fastest rising lowbrow and pop art galleries, curators and artists in the world—a movement that first flourished in Southern California. […]