Moby Arts is marking its home at the Arts District Co Op which is located at 453 Colyton St, Los Angeles, California. A breathtaking gallery space filled with Urban Art, Clothing, accessories and with the fresh edition of Art Collections of Natiliy Gonzalez, CEO of Moby Arts Pop Up Gallery..
Join us this Saturday, January 21, 2017 2pm.-6pm. For their Sound Saturday event which takes place every third of the month. Come check out our collective art sale!
Much Love & Respect
Monica Smiles Tobon
On November 13, 2016 I had the honor to walk thru the doors of the Saint Charles Parochial School which is located in San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona. First of all, I want to thank artist Paul Daniel for allowing to be a part of your journey; this place changed my life forever.
I must admit that this photo gallery is precious to me, it is a great deal to be sharing with you. It took me a month to dwell on whether I wanted to keep this marvelous experience to myself or share it with the world as I had promised. But there are moments like this that do need to be shared, to give others a new perspective on the importance of Life, helping others and allowing strangers to inspire and teach you new ways. Openly absorbing the beauty around us.
Much Love & Respect,
Monica Smiles Tobon
History of Saint Charles Parochial School in the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Arizona
St. Charles School, located on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation was opened in September 1965. The first generation Catholics who attended St. John’s Indian Boarding School requested that a Catholic school be built on the reservation so that their children and subsequent generations would have the opportunity to learn about the Catholic faith without leaving the reservation and losing their Apache culture.
Electric Box Tour in LA
Los Angeles is filled with dope art everywhere we turn and as we have seen every single part being beautified even the electric boxes are getting pimped out!
Check out our homeboy and OG Graffiti Writer Gas MTA, WCA get down on a few locations throughout Big Bad Los Angeles! The Hunt is on, check them out!
You are invited to attend Conception Art Show. An evening of contemporary art, networking and libations at Iron Triangle Brewery. Conception exhibits have been featured in The Wall St. Journal and ABC News and offer collectors the opportunity to purchase work directly from local artists at the tipping point of their career.
1581 Industrial Street // 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm Iron Triangle
Just Click on the Link Below to purchase your tickets! Make sure you are support Eric Cre8 Walker!
Moby Arts, the first fine art gallery at the Arts District Co-op located at 453 Colyton St. Los Angeles, California, opened to the public on Tuesday, January 3rd.
The opening exhibit will highlight the works of three contemporary artists including Black Brainwhose bold colored canvases depict social images of political figures, heroes with their current day mythological equivalent, mixing legendary civil rights leaders of the present and past with iconic comic book heroes; Documentary Danny Greene who finds hidden beauty in otherworldly landscapes; portrait and landscape. His works are often classified as part of the new impressionist street movement because of the desire for the local in the unfolding globalized world, painter Danny Green who work has been sought after by Dave Navarro Jane’s Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers Matt Hyde Porno for Pyros Nate Emond Grammy-award Winning Music Producer; andJoshua Ian whose photography is inspired by images of the band Kotolan found in the US, the heat of Los Angeles.
BlackBrain, Danny Greene and Joshua Ian will be available to discuss their work by appointments only.
“I know amazing artists and, over the years, many of them have asked me to help them promote their work.
It has always been my dream to open an art gallery, and when we found this great space, I knew the time was right,” says Natily, owner of the gallery. “Our goal is to place our artists’ work in a wide range of public and private collections.”
For more information, call 213.223.6717 or visit:
The Moby Arts Pop-Up Gallery is the newest addition to the trendy Fourth Street neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, and the first fine art at the Arts District Co-op. The stylishly minimalist gallery exhibits emerging, mid-career and established artists creating contemporary works on paper, paintings, fine art photography, encaustic and assemblage. The mission of the Moby Arts Pop-Up Gallery is to bridge various artist communities and provide its artists greater exposure to new markets. The gallery has a large selection of affordable original artworks from established and emerging international artists at consistently high standards. This new concept makes high quality contemporary art accessible for everyone!
Over the Edge Books and Delicious Pizza announces their first major Cannabis theme Art Show. Paul Stewart has partnered up with major Cannabis companies in the industry to bring to the public a massive line up of artists, Graffiti artists and special DJ appearances. Our opening night party will bring to Los Angeles a Cannabis thematically event filled with great vibes, art, music, food, and giving the public the chance to party with L.A’s finest Art and Hip Hop scene.
This event will take place on Saturday 28, 2017, 7:00pm to 12:00am located at Delicious Pizza 5413 West Adams, Los Angeles, California. This is an ALL Ages and Free Event. To RSVP please secure your spot: email@example.com
The collaboration show features works from books past and future as well as legendary photographer Estevan Oriol, OG Slick, Michael Miller, Eric “Cre8” Walker, Keo, Besk, Aloy, Lauralee Benjamin, Petal, Jennifer Korsen, Toons One, Mr. Trixter, Sanecorner, Somehoodlum, Adria Cruel, Xistheweapon, Style One, WizRok, Gas, Sebastien Walker, Phever and many more artists to be announced.
We Will be Exhibiting Art & Photography from Legends Such As:
Estevan Oriol: His extensive portfolio juxtaposes the glamorous and gritty planes of
LA culture, featuring portraits of famous athletes, artists, celebrities and musicians
as well as Latino, urban, gang, and tattoo counterculture lifestyles. He has photographed Al Pacino, Robert Dinero, Dennis Hopper, Marissa Miller, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Floyd Mayweather, and Lance Armstrong amongst others. He has also produced shoots for internationally acclaimed photographers such as Ellen von Unwerth for Sang Bleu and Luca Babini for GQ Italy. Check out more of his work at: https//:www.estevanorio.com
Michael Miller: Famed photographer/director Mike Miller has worked with some of the most iconic
90’s supermodels, photographed hundreds of major-label album covers from all genres of music from Tupac, Nick Cave to Herb Albert. Recently photographed and directed A$AP Rocky, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, YG and Jeezy.
Currently working with Ferrari and collaborations with Retna, Shepard Fairey among others…, clients include Angelina Jolie, Jack Nicholson, Cameron Diaz, James Franco, Sony, Nike, Puma, MTV Video Awards, Coca~Cola, Stussy etc…
Miller’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including a recent show at the New York City Public Library. Miller’s work has been added to The Getty Black Book and has been acquired by The Smithsonian and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Find out more about him at: http://mikemillerphoto.com/studio/
OG Slick: A notorious graffiti artist who has been around since the mid 80′s and whose artwork has been featured everywhere from the streets, to films, music videos, skateboards, and has created an entire street lifestyle with DISSIZIT. His legacy in the Los Angeles Graffiti History is untouched as he has created numerous styles and walls that has paved the path for many generations to come; especially in wall productions. We can all agree that he was ahead of his at such an early age. It is hard to keep up with his involvement in the Arts as well as clothing fashion, from exhibiting at MOCA’s Art in the Streets, countless music videos and album covers in the Hip Hop industry. Check him out at http://www.dissizslix.com/
Madtwiinz: Mark and Mike Davis make up the two-man art team known as The Madtwiinz. They’ve worked in the fields of animation, comic books, toy design, fashion and live action film. Their dynamic style has them working alongside most major Hollywood studios and on a wide range of animated tv shows from Boondocks to How To Train Your Dragon:Riders of Berk. Their creator-owned intellectual property, Blokhedz, has been published as a graphic novel in Germany, South America, and in North America by Simon & Schuster. Blokhedz also landed a development deal with Cartoon Network. Currently, Mark works at DreamWorks Studios while Mike is at Harvard University’s Hiphop Archive as Director of Creative Branding and Development, and as an artist for Harvard’s Online Education Department. Whether animated tv shows, comics, or crafting original pieces for international art shows, the twins’ style is constantly evolving while they continue to create engaging content across numerous media platforms. Check them out http://blokhedz.tumblr.com/
About Paul Stewart: Founder of Over the Edge Books, with a quarter century in the industry as a producer, brand marketer and lauded music supervisor, Paul Stewart personifies the qualities of a tech-savvy industry player relevant in the 21st century. Paul has worked among some of the prolific Hip Hop performers aside to his successful experience in the film industry. Paul’s lethal combination of Hip Hop history, film and strong connections and networks in both industries; he is bringing to the West Coast a new creative platform for upcoming artists and performers for more generations to come. Keeping the essence of writing, publishing and music production alive. Find out more about Paul at: http://overtheedgebooks.com/portfolio/paul-stewart/
You cannot miss this event as it will mark an extraordinary start to 2017. See you all there, make sure you lets your folks know; Over the Edge Books is bringing the Finest Art & Photography on january 28th, 2017. Mark your calendars!
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