Entries by Luke

The Art of Comic-Con

What a week! This year marked my very first time at not just THE Comic-Con, but my first time at any “con.” A new friend I met on line waiting for coffee let me know just how incredibly lucky I was to have had this experience. She explained that most people, members of the expanded […]

LAAFA Shines at CAC Gold Medal Exhibition

This year marked the 107th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition held by the California Art Club. Since its founding in 1909, the club has been dedicated to house artists in the contemporary-traditional fine art field. Their annual Gold Medal Exhibition was first held in 1911 and has since become an environment for artists, scholars, and collectors […]

Find Your Niche in LA’s Museum Scene 

Getty, Broad, Hammer, LACMA, these are just some of the names that have helped elevate the Los Angeles museum scene from New York City’s ” oft-ignored kid brother” to a prominent player on the world stage. LA is now home to world-class galleries and museums, both public and private, and continues to garner respect from international artists, critics, and patrons […]

Public Murals are “OUT”, Private Murals are “IN”

By Ada Ruiz June 26th, 2018 marked the death of public art. I’m probably exaggerating, but when a concept such as a “Private Mural” where you have to show the security guard that you are a verified account on Instagram and have over 20K followers in order to take a picture in front of it […]