Join us for the next installment of the Art Clout Happy Hour at District Wine in the East Village Arts District! It’s a great way for local artists to hang out Ave talk shop (or not) over some drinks! Cheers! Steph HanGraphic designer and painter who lives and works inContinue Reading

Art Clout Happy Hour

Our first happy hour of the summer and good time had by all. PBS Pub in the Wrigley area of Long Beach turned out to be a great location! Steph HanGraphic designer and painter who lives and works in Long Beach, CA and can’t think of anywhere else she’d ratherContinue Reading

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,Continue Reading

Painting Long Beach

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 wideContinue Reading

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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 CSULBContinue Reading

Coming Together

This current exhibit, presented by the Long Beach Creative Group and juried by Asia Morris and Brian Trimble, brings together 72 local Long Beach artists and 85 diverse works. The attendance at the gallery has been strong; they just had their third reception on July 25th (spaced over three SundaysContinue Reading

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LaJon Miller’s instantly recognizable paintings of strong Black women and girls with bright fluorescent pink hair are familiar to many in Long Beach. They’ve adorned canvases, utility boxes, walls, and most recently, plywood boards nailed over windows of businesses. A busy artist to begin with, LaJon found himself busier thanContinue Reading

Cody Lusby Mural - DiPiazzas

Cody was our #19 post way back on August 3rd, and he recently gave us an update that we wanted to share: Since the shutdown my focus has been on three ideas: Develop large scale dream projects, create artwork that is true to myself and change the world through localContinue Reading

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It’s been rocky – scenes from the movie included. My easel went upside down, the way many of our lives have, and righting it has been a heft and a push. When word of the coronavirus spread, thoughts of social distancing, sheltering in place and staying put in a studioContinue Reading

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Seven hundred eighty eight square feet. I don’t think that includes the balcony, but I could be wrong. It could also be seven hundred seventy three square feet; but that sounds worse, and I don’t want worse. So, I’m going with my first number.  My husband and I usually spendContinue Reading

The Long Beach Creative Group, with support from a sponsorship grant by the Port of Long Beach, presents PHOTOVARIOUS, an exhibit of photographic artists, each with a unique approach to the medium. The show, curated by Mick Victor, opens at the LBCG/Rod Briggs Gallery on Saturday, October 10 and runsContinue Reading

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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. The 2020 pandemic brought me back to 2009 and my podcast series Art Ateliers. My art is always a narrative of the momentContinue Reading

Knox Farrand

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. Before COVID actually hit,  I was busy with students, my workshops and my own art.  I held figure drawing workshops once toContinue Reading

Ernesto Ramirez

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. This pandemic has impacted all of us one way or another. As a Designer and Artist it’s been tough but I’ve beenContinue Reading

Circles

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. Hi, this whole experience has been weird. I’ve been making the best of it though, turning my energy towards creative things: playingContinue Reading