Ana Bagayan “There Is Time To Kill Today” gallery exhibition

Ana Bagayan “There Is Time To Kill Today” gallery exhibition

Think Space Gallery, Los Angeles
Sat, Feb. 4th
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“Syd Mead | Progressions” traveling exhibit opens Jan 27 2012 in Glendale, CA.

The premier public showing for “Syd Mead | Progressions”  is planned for January 27, 2012 at the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale, California.

“Syd Mead | Progressions” is an exhibition celebrating more than 50 years of Syd Mead’s talent, vision, and imagination. It highlights his career preparation at Art Center School and his ongoing creative work, which continues to this day. This exhibition spans personal and commercial works and will include his paintings, sketches, and drawings. Featured pieces of art include “Hypervan” and iconic series of 4 paintings, one of which is highlighted in his 4 part DVD series “Techniques of Syd Mead”: “Bar Basque Food Parc” – his final design of an upscale New York City Eatery that has become the “hot spot” in Manhattan, and “Pebble Beach” triptych – created for the 2000 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Also, Syd is creating an all new piece, yet untitled, that will debut at the opening and travel with the exhibition. Attendees will get a glimpse into his thought process, unique approach, and detailed technique as they move from idea to perfect visual execution in his finished pieces of artwork. They will experience selected drawings and color preliminaries showing the progression from his idea through to the final artwork.


more info here

watch Syd Mead on ST here 

Chet Zar’s “Conjoined 2” Art Opening, this Sat Jan 21st @ Copro Gallery (Los Angeles)


ST is featured in the latest issue of Bizzare Magazine

Make sure you all check out ST’s six page feature article in UK’s Bizarre Magazine this month, an interview with Sketch Theatre founder Alex Alvarez … on news stands now or order online ! Read More

ST artist Meats Meier’s “Man Overboard” video gets receives high honor!

Revolver Magazine voted Puscifer’s “Man Overboard”, directed by Meats Meier, Best Music Videos of 2011.


watch Meats on ST here 

Sat Dec 10th, Apricot Mantle & Dave MacDowell’s “Movie Freaks & Special Effects Geeks” at Rothik Art House (Orange County)

“Movie Freaks & Special Effects Geeks” at Rothik Art House , Sat Dec 10th
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Darrell K Sweet 1934-2011 RIP

Legendary Illustrator Darrell K Sweet 1934-2011 RIP Read More

Gnomon Gallery opening reception for 2nd Annual Student Show this Saturday, Dec 3 (LA)


Gnomon Gallery to showcase the best work of current students and recent graduates who today work at studios such as Industrial Light and Magic, Sony Imageworks, Digital Domain and Blizzard Entertainment. (Los Angeles)
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David Igo Interview

David Igo 2011

First thing you need to know about David Igo is that he’s funny. You need to know that because you may not see it coming until he’s standing in front of you and 5 minutes later you’re wondering … “where did this guy come from?” … Colorado as it turns, out. He’s not the introverted artist type.  He’s a scene stealer. His story is unique and inspiring…

David Igo, founder of SatelliteSoda, is a full-time concept artist at Sideshow Collectibles. He pretty much gets paid to do whatever he wants and is completely spoiled.

Interview by Lily Feliciano

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Ron English “Seasons in Superbia” @ Corey Helford Gallery Sat 11.19.11 (Los Angeles)

This Saturday ST artist Ron English will be revealing his latest work at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles  Read More

St Artist Nat Jones interviewed on his book ’68

Check out this great interview conducted by Geekscape with ST artist Nat Jones where he discusses his current comic project called ’68,  a Vietnam War meets zombie tale. If I were a film production company I’d be investing in this one!


Travis Louie “Curious Pet Show” November 12 – December 10, 2011 @ Merry Karnowsky Gallery (Los Angeles)

Travis Louie
“Curious Pet Show”

November 12 – December 10, 2011

@Merry Karnowsky Gallery
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 12, 8-11pm

La Luz de Jesus 25th anniversary show and book release part 2, opens tomorrow Friday, Nov 4th

Portrait of Billy Shire by Shawn Barber

Billy Shire celebrates 25 years with huge group exhibition & book

Part 1: October 7–30
Opening receptions: October 7 & 8, 8–11 PM

Part 2: November 4–27
Opening receptions: November 4 & 5, 8–11 PM

To celebrate 25 years of groundbreaking art shows, Billy Shire presents his biggest event ever: La Luz de Jesus 25, a major retrospective exhibition and companion book. The show, offering work by more than 260 artists who have exhibited at the gallery over the years, is so extensive that Shire has split it into two parts, each with two opening nights. As you can see from the list below, the participating artists are a veritable Who’s Who of art world luminaries. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see all these amazing artists together in one show.

The book, La Luz de Jesus 25: The Little Gallery That Could, features images of all the art in the show, a personal anecdote about Shire and the gallery written by each artist, essays by La Luz gallery directors and a foreword by Shire. The book is much more than a simple record of this remarkable exhibition. Together, the images and essays present a history of La Luz de Jesus through the eyes of the artists whose careers are intertwined with Shire and his gallery.

Click here to see “Benevolent” by ST artist Steven Daily, featured in the show among many other artists of ST!

For purchase questions or for more information, please contact gallery director Matt Kennedy
at (323) 666-7667 or