Brewery Art Walk October 2018 Part Two
I feel bad about posting this late. I kind of do this without being asked. I wanted to create this blog into a business, but not a non profit. I have kind of ethical standards however. This site would not advertise things like diamonds that I find not a source of hope for people. Unfortunately I have been the victim of a narcissist.
Of course it has been since October since I saw these artists. I wanted to include though the ones I did not in part one in part because I misplaced their information.
First is Alison Kaua though I may be reading the name wrong. She is a costume designer. She shared her space with another artist.
Darren Sarkin uses charred wood to create unique light pieces. So Darren has found a way to make light out of what is left from the devastating fires in California. Darren also makes interesting sculptures from resin. This one shown is like a colorful tree.
Media Pollution is the brain child of Dan Dowding, film maker. He creates video installations and works with analog systems. He finds an artistic use for discarded out-of-vogue tech.
Surreal Box Cinema is the brain child of photographer set designer Lynn Rossi, and Set Designer Conceptual artist Nichelle Evans. Also in the same space was artist Ezra who you can see at work in the following images.
Catherine Asanov Photography has a bit of Anne Leibovitz quality. She also photographs her subjects based on their needs and has shot many well known people.
Harrison Love does paintings and Book Illustration. His work he calls “bright futurism.”
Oil Painter Albert Valdez and Painter Sculptor mixed Media artist Julia Montgomery shard a space during this walk.
Jim Scheel’s work I had seen before, except before his work was charcoal black and white. Now he has introduced color into his new series.
Ada Pullini Brown is an oil painter whose work depicts women’s issue.
Chenhung Chen is a multimedia artist. She is influenced by Chinese Calligraphy, and Abstract Expressionism. She works in paper, ink, oil and every day objects like USB chords.
The Estate of Robert V Peluce was open. Some of this art is by a different artist whose name I do not have.
Charles Swenson is a long time Los Angeles born animator. Lately he has been painting. One series he has been working on is soldiers. This particular piece is rather unique in that it is multi media and three dimensional.
Drew Wotten art has a universal quality. Abstract paintings that have the kind of form one finds in nature.
Cynda Valle is an oil painter who works in bright colors and captures real life portraits. I am not one hundred percent certain all of these images are of her work.
Cynda Valle shared her space with an African American artist whose name I did not get. His talent is apparent.
Kickassery is the work of Sarah Knouse. Illustration with a cartoon animated quality.
Photographer Catherine Asanov and Sculptor Jewelry maker Greg Orloff had a joint exhibit call “The Conatus Series.” Described as “an inclination of a thing to continue to exist and enhance itself.” “Contatus” is a term of philosophy. It implies that things in existance have a desire to improve on themselves or to simplify it, the “will to live.”
Oskar Sheldon in his studio Sheldonian Art studio displays is paintings that reflect a graffiti street flavor some of which to those familiar with current politics will recognize.
David Leffner‘s reduction linocuts are a sight for anyone fascinated by typography and pop art. His work captures the by gone days of Hollywood.
Walker Noble Studios makes organic illustrations and prints.
Much of the art in October of 2018 had a Gothic edge. This included the oil graphs of Kevin Holly.
Finally Electro Illuminations by sound designer Lenny Jones combines pop art with neon lights. I tried to capture wtih my camera what the neon art looks like with 3-d glasses provided in this gallery.
Artist Britta K has evolved into using bright colors in her work.
Finally these are photos some of which I know the artists and have written about them before, and some I am not sure who they are. All from the Brewery Walk of October 2018.