Art Clout is proud to announce the artists selected to be in the show FRESH, held in collaboration with Long Beach Creative Group. The show will run from May 21 to June 18. There will be two openings, one on Saturday May 21, and the other on Sunday May 22,
From the Long Beach Creative Group: “Long Beach has a population diverse in every way imaginable—age, culture, and identity. The artists selected for Painting Long Beach reflect our city in all its diversity. There are 44 artists, all unique in their experiences and inspirations. This open-call exhibit attracted a wide
Art Clout is proud to announce an exhibition of work by local artists in collaboration with Long Beach Creative Group. Art Clout sees this as a strategic and mutually beneficial partnership which will serve to connect Art Clout artists with the gallery’s existing attendees, and introduce Art Clout artists and
Come drink and make merry with your fellow Long Beach artists at the reopened Elinor Drinkery and get in on a special early announcement for those in attendance!
Shoebox Arts, an artist supports network based in LA, recently interviewed our very own Dave Clark for their blog–go to this link to learn more about Dave and his art.
The Long Beach Creative Group presents “Points of View”, a group show opening on Sunday, February 13, and running through Saturday, March 12. The exhibition features work by Andrew Dickson, Yulia Gasio, Vladimir Goryachev, Samantha Minear Carroll, and Roxanne Sexauer. All are local artists who share a connection to CSULB
The exhibit highlights the work of 40+ local artists and invites the community to different interpretation of their experiences with the ocean, whether imaginatively, nautically, scientifically (environmental, biological, ecological), or for entertainment. “The sea has shaped almost every aspect of life on the planet and is an important part of
Join the Art Clout crew at Ambitious Ales on Nov. 3rd for a long overdue Art Clout Social Hour.It’s been a minute since we have all been able to get together, talk shop, commiserate over horror stories, and engage with fellow LB artists and friends. So come join us for
Pics of some of the studios from the second weekend of the Long Beach Open Studio Tour, encompassing the Signal Hill/Bixby Knolls/California Heights/Uptown areas. Lots of exciting art to be seen. List of participating artists/studios: Scott BurchardSusan HartmanCarol KronBonnie McCarthy Billy MitchellBob RosenfieldJaime Sabatte Jamie SandbergRobin SmithPhilip Smith Forijen ArtMixed
Here are some photos and videos from the first weekend of the LB Open Studio Tour, which covered the Zaferia/ Rose Park/ Eastside areas. Although we couldn’t make it to everyone’s studios, we thought it was a great start to the Tour! List of participating studios/galleries: Mike BiagiottiMarka BurnsMic BurnsCody
Sorry to say, but the gallery space we had lined up for the Re-Union show has pulled out. But don’t fret as we are in the process of securing another gallery space. So while we sort out the details (dates, etc.) we are postponing the show, meaning yes, you can
Long Beach local artists will be opening up their studios to visitors during the first four weekends of October for the Long Beach Open Studio Tour (LBOST). The LBOST is a free, self-guided, at-your-own-pace event. There is no ticket to buy. All you need is the Digital Tour Maps that
I’m so glad I got to check out NOMAD, as it was only around for one weekend. Presented by the Torrance Art Museum, it is described as “a pop-up event for artists, by artists, to reforge our connections to each other in real life and to make new friends. It
A number of years ago I invited a group of Long Beach artists to take a table I had made, think of it as a blank canvas, and do something with it that would be a reflection of their art. The results became and the 18 x 18 table show
We attended the show this past Saturday and while the work is impressive when looking at images, in person it is quite stunning. You must go to see this in person. These paper dolls are individually drawn by hand using pens and reflect sexual abuse and how it is either