Artist Conversations: Kaitlynn Redell

  I met up with artist Kaitlynn Redell at her studio in Downtown L.A.’s Arts District to talk about her work and her process, but also to explore some of the more practical aspects of her life as an artist, such as grad school, the necessary evils of making ends meet, her collaborative practice with […]

Business of Art for Artists: Part 2

Last month, we covered some of the realities of the art world, including what artists are up against, and why galleries can often seem unapproachable. We also clarified the differences between commercial and not-for-profit galleries, and how this affects the artist selection process. This month, we will discuss practical steps to getting gallery-ready, and tips to developing more harmonious […]

Business of Art for Artists: Part 1

  Over the next few months, I’m going veer a little off the beaten path and discuss how artists can approach galleries, curators, and other art industry professionals, as well as some of the options available for exhibition and representation. In part 1, we discuss some of the realities of the art world, including what artists […]

#TwitterArtExhibit #LosAngeles opens Sat. Jan. 12 at E.U. Gallery in Chinatown

TwitterArtExhibit: Los Angeles is an exhibition of handmade, postcard-sized art donated by hundreds of artists from all over the world to raise funds for Art Division, a local nonprofit which mentors underserved young adults (18-25) in the Rampart district of Los Angeles in preparation for careers in the visual arts. The concept is simple: artists […]

Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles

I am thrilled to introduce Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles, a landmark art exhibition for charity set to open in January, 2013. With the support of an international team of volunteers, co-curator Virginia Arce and I have set the foundation for the third installment of a project where artists donate their talents to strengthen their […]

Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles

The next Twitter Art Exhibit will be held in Los Angeles in January, 2013 at E.A. Gallery in Chinatown. If you would like to submit your work, please see the Call for Artists. For additional info, please visit the links below, and don’t forget to follow the #TwitterArtExhibit hashtag. Website Submission instructions Twitter Facebook