Chiho Aoshima -- Creator of that brilliantly trippy animated piece "City Glow" that played on five monitors simultaneously at MOCA's "Ecstasy" show.
Enrique Martinez Celaya -- Art which examines the gray area between experience and its representation, as well as the relationship between fragmentation and wholeness, not to mention the tension between a thing and the absence of that thing.
Jennifer Celio -- Intricate graphite drawings of contemporary landscapes revealing layers of history and meaning.
Cassius Marcellus Coolidge -- Self-taught painter of dogs playing poker.
Henry Darger -- Reclusive janitor and visionary outsider artist, creator of the 15,000 page, 12 volume, single-spaced, typewritten epic entitled The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is Known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the Glandeco-Angelinnian War Storm, as caused by the Child Slave Rebellion.
Carol Es -- Mixed media art interwoven with the fabric of personal experience
Inka Essenhigh -- Surreal paintings incorporating figurative, abstract and cartoon-like elements.
Llyn Foulkes -- Review of the Laguna Museum of Art's retrospective.
Renee A. Fox -- Biomorphic and botanical abstractions charged with symbolic content.
Zhenya Gershman -- Large yet intimate and vividly expressive figure paintings
April Gornik -- Dark and moody landscape paintings, drawings, prints.
Betty Green -- Complex mixed-media paintings by a Santa Monica artist.
Moire Hahn -- Densely imaginative contemporary art inspired by Persian miniatures, Tibetan Thanka paintings, Japanese Ukiyo-e prints, Indian animal drawings, and Chinese guardian figures. Bio on uniteddivas.com.
Lynn Hanson -- Personal expressions of the artist's intense relationship with the natural world.
Randall Hufbauer -- Remembering our lost friend Randall...
Kerry Kate -- Macabre and amusing art dolls, effigies, paintings, and more.
Bobbie Moline-Kramer -- All that remains
Moonlight Glass -- Hand-blown glass art by John Mooney
Kenneth Ober -- Paintings which explore time and space using simple visual notations within complex fields.
Robert ParkeHarrison -- Moody, whimsical photographs.
Polly Pitsker -- Auto-biographical photographs and digital images
PROJECT inSECT -- An educational traveling exhibit of large insect paintings, along with live performances and educational materials.
Holly Roberts -- Psychological dramas rendered in paint over photographs
Michael Sexton -- Portrait/editorial photographer with a unique and compelling vision
Michael Sokolis -- Painter of dreamlike urban high-wire crossings.
David Trulli -- Noir retro-futurist scratchboard works and lensless photography
Miller Updegraff -- Paintings of complex, non-repeating patterns that explore how the eye learns, over time, to construct pathways and perceive structure when confronted with visual randomness.
Holly Williams-Brock -- Photorealist landscapes based on the idea of the photograph as a medium of manipulation, a veil that obscures truth, while painting becomes the medium of authenticity.
Jim Woodring -- Creator of compellingly surreal cartoon worlds.
Peter Zokosky -- Paintings of brooding monkeys, skeletons picking oranges, Abe Lincoln diving for lobsters, flayed animals, etc.
artbusiness.com -- Coverage of SF art openings with many photos
Artopia -- John Perreault's Art Diary
The Bloggess -- Shopping advice and smart fashion tips from humorist Jenny Lawson.
esart.com -- Carol's blog-o-rama
Mat Gleason -- Mat's LiveJournal
JMG Art Blog -- Jeff Green's art blog
Modern Art Notes -- Tyler Green's modern and contemporary art blog
my love for you -- Meighan O'Toole's art blog
The OC Art Blog -- Contemporary art behind the curtain
Artist-A-Day -- Get a new featured artist each day on your iGoogle/Facebook page
artsnet.org -- Resources for the Arts in technology, funding, development and communications.
Laurel Page -- Talented actress, voice-over artist, author, and experienced art consultant
Left Coast Galleries -- The artist-collector connection
McLean Fine Art -- Art advisory, consulting, and curatorial services
Paul Pitsker -- Please note that Pitzker, Pitzger, Pitsger, Pitzer, and Pritzker are perfectly acceptable alternative spellings for most situations. Be creative.
Tourette Syndrome Association -- Resources for persons with TS
Some recent works...
Miss, watercolor, 2007
Gripping, watercolor, 2007
Everything, watercolor, 2007
After, watercolor, 2007
Grounder, watercolor, 2006
Stay, watercolor, 2005
Safe, watercolor, 2005
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