Okay, so help me out here. Back in the late 1970s and early 1980s, as an artist I was able to find shows and representation all rather easily. All I needed to do was look in various art publications, find galleries looking for artists/art, send slides in to them, getContinue Reading

I grew up in a house that loved art. My parents took me to art museums from a young age, and I remember enjoying the silence of a gallery, and gazing at work that seemed impossibly old and incredibly beautiful. We had our favorites, The Norton Simon in Pasadena isContinue Reading

art lessons podcast with dave conrey

Some of you may know that I have run a podcast called Art Lessons for a few years now. On that podcast, I talk with creative people from different concentrations. I asked my cohorts here on Art Clout if they thought it would be appropriate to share the podcast withContinue Reading

I had the opportunity to visit with Stephanie Han in her studio on Sunday, November 17. Located downtown in the Walker Building, it’s a cozy space with plenty of light. Stephanie’s work ranges from figurative to abstract. Additionally, some pieces will fill a wall, others are meant for that perfectContinue Reading

One Artist: Five Oceans featuring the work of Danielle Eubank. Danielle is a painter who is exploring the relationship between abstraction and realism. She is painting all the major bodies of water in the world and has one ocean to go before being the first person to paint all theContinue Reading

It’s been a few weeks now since our first official Art Clout Social Hour, held at Trademark Brewing on Anaheim Blvd., and if I can speak for my partners; it was a big success. When we planned the event, I kept my expectations limited, thinking we might have a fewContinue Reading

The Annual show: Beyond the Planet of the Gargantuas Art Show. This is a way cool! This year artists Tom Laura, Doug Horne and Ken Ruzic are joined by Guest Artist Thomas Fernandez. MADE by Millworks 240 Pine Avenue, Long Beach, California 90802

Daniel Callis: Casting Nets Casting Nets alludes to warp and weft, the two basic components used in weaving to turn thread or yarn into fabric: an organic, flexible, ever expanding matrix with points of contact and connection. Daniel Callis produced the majority of these works during an artist residency inContinue Reading

Mutations – A Grotesque Group Show Always a great show of artists and their works. This time it featured the works of Ego, Hugo D Villa, Alex Kuno, Matthew Dutton, Raul D’Mauries, Jeff Christensen, Jim Pavelec, Alex Reisfar, Jody Fallon, Joachim West, Steven Russell Black, Dos Diablos, Larkin Cypher, KristinaContinue Reading

A wonderful show featuring the members of the Creative Group. Long Beach Creative Group (LBCG) is a collaboration of artists and art enthusiasts who are engaged in creating a space for artistic expression in the form of art exhibits, events and overall unique experiences The Long Beach Creative Group isContinue Reading

It Is Where We Are

“It Is Where We Are” by Andrea Bersaglieri is a collection of small botanical paintings that invites close examination and contemplation, revealing more than just masterful technique.  Meticulously rendered in oil and watercolor, these paintings at first blush bring to mind scientific illustrations, but upon closer look it becomes evidentContinue Reading

In November, First Fridays in Bixby Knolls was dedicated to El Dia de Los Muertos, The Day of the Dead. Stretching along Atlantic, from San Antonio to Bixby Road, there was plenty to see! There were several artists in the Alley at Burlinghall Drive. Michael Bermudez, @michaelbermudezart, had an installationContinue Reading