Johnnie Eagan

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences during this extraordinatry time—how they’re feeling and coping, or what kind of workContinue Reading

Greenly Art Space

Greenly Art Space is a non-profit art gallery in Signal Hill about to celebrate its 10 year anniversary in August—a remarkable milestone. It is “dedicated to enriching lives and cultivating community through creating contemplative art shows, bringing art to community schools, and providing a space for art making, mentoring, andContinue Reading

Jacqueline Valenzuela

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences during this extraordinatry time—how they’re feeling and coping, or what kind of workContinue Reading

How to have a show of over 100 artists throughout LA County? How to do it without putting people at risk? How to make the show meaningful and open to one and all? Spread it throughout the County and allow the artist’s art to reflect on, and exist with, theContinue Reading

Karen Leabo

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences during this extraordinatry time—how they’re feeling and coping, or what kind of workContinue Reading

Sarah Arnold

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences during this extraordinatry time—how they’re feeling and coping, or what kind of workContinue Reading

Michele Morgan

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences during this extraordinatry time—how they’re feeling and coping, or what kind of workContinue Reading

This video should have been out sooner. There should have been more videos made on this channel by now, but the world is a much different place than it was during the last video, and that’s OK. Our lives are all different because of the current Coronavirus situation, and everyoneContinue Reading

Just Hanging

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences during this extraordinatry time—how they’re feeling and coping, or what kind of workContinue Reading

May Roded

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences over the last few weeks, how they’re feeling and coping, or what kindContinue Reading

Triggered

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences over the last few weeks, how they’re feeling and coping, or what kindContinue Reading

Anne Kupillas

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences over the last few weeks, how they’re feeling and coping, or what kindContinue Reading

Sharna Fabiano

Since we had to postpone our first art show—The Union—we’ve decided to turn this into an opportunity to digitally showcase all the artists who’d submitted to the show. We’ve asked the artists to write about their experiences over the last few weeks, how they’re feeling and coping, or what kindContinue Reading

In the studio of Caryn Baumgartner

I recently had the opportunity to visit artist Caryn Baumgartner in her lovely home and studio in the Cal Heights area of Long Beach (near Bixby Knolls). Her garage studio opens up to her serene back yard, which has all manner of interesting plants and trees and a fountain thatContinue Reading

For the sake of good health practices and peace of mind, for all the artists involved, and the ones in residence at The Co-Op, we have decided to postpone The Union show until further notice. All of us here tried to hold onto a sliver of hope, that we couldContinue Reading