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Free tickets to World Wide Art Los Angeles!



Hey everyone, have we got something special for you! Do you love art? Well you have the chance to go to World Wide Art Los Angeles for free! World Wide Art L.A. is an international fine arts show that will serve as a visual montage of influential fine art in 2014, as it exists across the globe.

However if their description is any indication, this isn’t going to be your run-of-the-mill art show. From their website:

“We are a different type of art show in that we are offering the floor to our exhibitors, and others who would like to be involved, as a platform to help promote Social Equality and Cultural Awareness, as well as Environmental Awareness, as it pertains to their work or organizations.”

World Wide Art L.A. will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center October 16th-19th, and they are offering free tickets. All you have to do is sign up online and print them out, but you have to use this link! Of course if you would like to buy a ticket to support the event they are only $15.

A bonus, when you visit the art show and sign in as an artist, art fan, museum member, or art collector and get a great Art book for free!

For more information about tickets or about the art show, go on over to WorldWideArtLA.com


 For more great goings-on in the area check out our Los Angeles page!

Thailand’s White Temple: A Must Go


Hey everyone, a bit of a different post today! There is a place in Thailand I recently came across in my studies for art class. I found Thailand’s White Buddhist Temple, which was built in 1997 by Chalermchai Kositpipat. The artist is a very devout Buddhist but wants to re-see art for the modern world. Even before you enter the temple you’ll come across red skulls on traffic cones that emphasis a mystic feel. The temples website reads: Continue reading

Phoenix Art Museum has got it going on!


Last weekend I took a quick get-away weekend vacation to Phoenix, Arizona. I know what you’re thinking, Phoenix  of all places?! Well, let me tell you, I would do it again. And a big reason for that is the Phoenix Art Museum! Coming from the Bay Area, I would put the Phoenix Art Museum right up there with SFMOMA and the de Young museum!
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Sliced Glass Art



Hope everyone is doing well! Today I thought I’d share with you all something a bit more fun. Loren Stump is a California native artist known for his beautiful stained glass art work. He began his work over 40 years ago and in 1993 discovered his love for glass in molten form. He is self taught, believe it or not, and has a amazing series of sliced glass pieces. He works in a style called murrine, which consist of melting many rods of class together. When sliced they reveal portraits or “paintings.” His works have appeared all over the world. You can find his works at the Corning Museum of Glass, The Ertz Israel Museum, and the Kyokei Fujita Glass Museum. Or just see below for these amazing works.

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Arizona: Check out ARTELPHX, May 15th – 17th!


Held at The Clarendon Hotel and Spa, ARTELPHX transforms the 4-star boutique hotel into a massive art installation lasting from May 15th to the 17th!

Innovatively designed multi-media art will encompass The Clarendon Hotel and Spa’s hotel guest rooms, Oasis Pool, rooftop SkyDeck and exterior spaces, transforming the downtown landmark into a grand art space.

Last year’s event featured building-wide video projections, performance art, live dance, neon sculptures and site-specific installations. An incredible experience for attendees and artists, ARTELPHX is seen by thousands and cited by many as “the best and most unique art event Phoenix has hosted”.

If you’d like your art work featured in this fantastic installation there is still time to submit your application! Deadline for entries Extended to Friday April 11, 2014 (Two days left!) Local, National and International artists are encouraged to apply. Housing may be available for out of state artists.

Follow this link for the ARTELPHX Spring 2014 entry form.

For more details and pictures from last year’s event visit ARTELPHX’s website, and while you’re at it be sure to check out our Phoenix page!