The art chosen to represent the introduction of TribeLA Magazine is entitled “Journey” by Frank Creaturo, Jr. because that is exactly what we’re on; a journey to find and tell the stories behind the art of Los Angeles and the emerging artists behind that art. A journey to bring our varied cultures together as one vibrant, thriving community. And, a journey to inspire people from all over to make their dreams come true. READ MORE

Nature by Erin Hanson

Staff Writer Hattie Xu interviewed mega artist Erin Hanson for our upcoming edition. Here are some teaser holiday gift ideas and a little bit about Erin. Erin Hanson began painting as a young girl, voraciously learning oils, acrylics, watercolor, pen and ink, pastels, and life drawing from accomplished art instructors. She began commissioning paintings at age ten, and by age twelve, she was employed after school by a mural studio, learning the techniques of acrylics on the grand scale of forty-foot canvases. Two years later, a high school scholarship took her to Otis College of Art, where she immersed herself in figure drawing. Graduating high READ MORE

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The lines, style, curves, and colors all blend to make good art and Brooklyn, New York native Frank Creaturo, Jr. has an extensive artistic career in developing his particular style that you can easily recognize. 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. Look for READ MORE