Posts in Artists
BANNED, MARRIED AND A SURPRISE!

Isn’t it ironic? The last time the FB drones diddled with us (which, as everyone knows, is because somebody you’re supposedly friends with on FB wants to feel nasty-powerful and “reports” you), the chill-effect was a bit different.

Isn't it like we’re living in some kind of hellish, Orwellian retro-world, where we keep losing rights to artistic freedom, speech freedom, women’s rights, environmental rights, health rights...oh, that’s right, we are!

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JOHNNY NICOLORO CAPTURES THE POWER OF THE FLOWER DURING "NAKED AND LUSH"

There’s a new show bringing springtime back to the desert. As the cool weather fades and the green leaves on the palm trees begin to blossom back to life, Ted Casablanca artist, Johnny Nicoloro, takes the chance to capture the beautiful flowers he comes across in the desert during the gallery’s “Naked and Lush” exhibit.

Nicoloro’s images, comprised of brilliantly colored flower prints and one-of-a kind chairs, expose his love for flowers and beautiful floral patterns. The flowers themselves either comes from the ones that he has come upon out in the world, flowers people have given him, or flowers that he has bought specifically to shoot. He mentions that the beauty and the joy that flowers bring constantly amaze him.

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ERIC SCHWABEL CAPTURES A FERTILE LANDSCAPE IN THE "NAKED AND LUSH" TWO-ARTIST SHOW

A man sits contemplatively on a bed of rocks sprinkled with deep greenery, his stone like appearance allowing him to easily blend in with the surrounding desert-scape. This image is just one of the works found in Eric Schwabel’s upcoming show, “The Fertile Desert,” which will be featured during the Ted Casablanca Gallery exhibit “Naked and Lush.”

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BEFORE THE PAPARAZZI: MICHAEL CHILDERS PORTRAITS OF STARDOM

Andy Warhol, Clint Eastwood, Ray Bradbury, Mae West¾the upcoming exhibit, Actors, Artists, and Authors: The Portraits of Michael Childers, at Scripps College showcases works by the photographer of the creative elite. Combining pieces from the Scripps College collection and works on loan from the artist himself, the exhibit displays portraits ranging across several decades.

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WHY CHASE LANGFORD?

Chase Langford has a wicked-cool mouth. He also paints like he talks. The man is invested, both in what he creates, and what he says.

Even though I know Chase through my years in Hollywood, where Chase still maintains a home, he’s remained a constant in my life, more so, because of his talents as an artist. But, I have to admit it certainly helps that Chase is one of the most personable artists in the biz.

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