Borrego in Bloom by Erin Hanson

The 2017 “super bloom” in southern California caused thousands of visitors to roam the desert and mountainsides, photographing the bright, abundant flowers. I explored the super bloom in Borrego Springs, and they were indeed the most beautiful I have ever seen in the desert! I was actually inspired to release a whole new collection of works of the super bloom, to be released later this summer. READ MORE

Frankie Creaturo

Brooklyn, New York native Frank Creaturo, Jr. has an extensive artistic career. He studied at the School of Industrial Art and the School of Art and Design in NYC. Frank has been recognized with countless awards, featured in many newspapers for his works, has had several one man shows and was even spotlighted on Eyewitness News in New York. Frankie has been a contributing artist here at TribeLA Magazine since day one and his work will regularly be featured here. READ MORE

On the Beach by Frank Creaturo, Jr.

I read about art and culture, art magazines, I joined about 36 art groups on Facebook and then I started my own called Art Effects and now has over 21,000 friends there to share their artwork and critique. I’ve even been invited to international shows, but that involves a lot of packing the art and then packing and shipping it home if it doesn’t sell. But, it’s been a great experience having the group and meeting people all over the world. And, I do ‘gift of the day’ on my own page because it’s too much to try and upload it to all the groups. READ MORE

Good Earth by Frank Creaturo, Jr.

Creaturo has been active in many charity events, he’s designed program covers for American Diabetes Foundation, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and Make a Wish. In late 2005, Creaturo had one-man shows at the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Sarasota and at the Shands Teaching Hospital at the University of Florida in Gainesville. READ MORE

Today, Chris Bonno is an award winning Los Angeles artist and comedian who received his Fine Arts Degree from the University of Texas at Austin with honors. He started out as an illustrator with work shown in publications such as Austin Chronicle, National Lampoon, The WGA magazine, The L. A. Weekly with regular exhibits in galleries in Texas and California. READ MORE