Take chances. Embrace fear as a friend and learn to live with it. It’s what propels you forward. Be kind. The world gets richer when you open your heart…read more
This image is a building. In fact, it’s the Peterson Automotive Museum on Wilshire. It went through a major renovation in 2015 and you can read more about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petersen_Automotive_Museum.read more
This photograph was taken around New Years Eve 2016, a short while after sunset, using a long exposure which creates a silky ethereal effect on the water. Shell Beach, near Pismo.read more
REVIEW of Downtown-LA, the early years: This week, we introduce jet-setter, fine art photographer Richard Dewhirst as Artist of the Week
This shot of the distinctive DowntownLA skyline was taken by the reflection surrounding the LA DWP building. It’s a spectacular sight and a perfect place to drink-in the view because you get two for the price of one!read more
“I generally prefer nature & landscape photography, I enjoy being outdoors in natural scenic locations, whether or not I’m taking photographs.”read more
I enjoy photographing all subjects including insects & reptiles…but those genres certainly do not have the universal appeal as do subjects such as sunsets & baby mammals. I also enjoy hiking…read more
REVIEW: Rather it’s a painting or photography, Nature itself is the source of life for fine-art photographer Greg Tucker
Greg has been published in numerous books, calendars and magazines including Practical Photography, Nature’s Best Photography, Digital Camera World, Popular Photography, Photographic Monthly, Nature Photographer…read more
Greg’s photography has been displayed at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C., featured on the National Geographic, Arizona Highways, and National Wildlife Federation websites, and…read more
Raven owns her power. She is a magician, shape-shifter, and master healer. She represents wisdom, and helps others face fear by illuminating the dark. She is known as the keeper of secrets, and holds the great mysteries of the Universe in her hands.read more
New Year ART REVIEW with Sandy Bleifer’s “Hiroshima/Nagasaki Memorial project” included a live human performance Exhibit – (Watch this remarkable video on the ‘Essence of the Soul’)
The Hiroshima/Nagasaki Memorial Project traveled to 3 cities in the U.S. (Los Angeles, Honolulu and Berkeley) and 3 cities in Japan (Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Osaka).read more
He wanted a moment from the final sequence of the Apartment where (spoiler alert) Jack Lemmon’s character finally expresses his love for Shirley MacClaine’s character and the only way we know how she feels about him…read more
It is often difficult to convey the depth, texture, and movement of a painting via photographs on the internet or even in a magazine. The qualities that initially drew us into the painting get lost.read more
What is the best advice you can give? Expect repeated short-term failure in your career. Think about your long-term goals. Don’t have children if art is the most important thing in your life, unless you are wealthy.read more
New Year ART REVIEW of Venice Beach Lowriders – “Can’t go wrong with some Graffiti and Lowriders” says Harold Cleworth
Energy: What fires you up?
Looking at a blank canvas and not exactly knowing what is about to appear; an exciting moment.
New Year ART REVIEW of Roomates – William Wray did this painting when he heard about the Batman v Superman movie – do you see Batman upstairs?
Energy: What fires you up? Raving about the friction between conceptual and narrative art on Facebook and the saving of our environment, even as I drive a car and pollute the world with oil painting solvents.read more
New Year Art Review with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, “Game of Thrones” campaign season by Joe Rocco
On my bookshelf I have all the books knick knacks and personal items that inspire me, including a small collection of vintage television sets and a growing collection of snow domes from places I’ve been and places I would like to visit one day.read more
New Year ART REVIEW with Blood, Sweat, and Fears – Molly Kirschenbaum (aka Moollz), Delves Into All Things Woman
Rhonda, with headress and flames: I made this piece a while ago, over the course of…a year, I think? I had taken a figure drawing workshop in which I completed the original sketch of the model pictured.read more
Adam Mars talks about his family’s Italian Roots: an interview by Sounds and the City columnist Natalie Durkin…read more
There are two main ways that I start my paintings. The most common method is improvisational. I start with mixing and playing with colors. Images begin to appear spontaneously as I paint.read more
Review 2017: Thank you Harold Cleworth for sharing 40 years of eclectic experience as the “Automotive” artist – and for being our Artist of the Week!
TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview with Harold Cleworth [hoot_dropcap]Tagline: Give yourself and your work a tagline.[/hoot_dropcap] Harold Cleworth, Automotive artist. [hoot_dropcap]Rest: How do you spend your time off?[/hoot_dropcap] Time off from what? I love what...read more