“New School Abstract,” featuring works from artists around the country, opens Saturday, Sept. 14, from 7 to 9 p.m., at ShockBoxx, located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
South Bay photographer Jeff Poe will host a solo art show Friday, Aug. 16, from 4 to 9 p.m., at the Strand Brewing Co., located at 2201 Dominguez St. in Torrance.
Timothy Robert Smith was commissioned to be the ninth artist in the Hermosa Beach Murals Project, it was announced Monday.
A “storm's coming” according to artist Rebeka Montoya, referring to the opening of the all female art exhibit at ShockBoxx Gallery in Hermosa Beach on Saturday, Aug. 3.
“You Have No Idea What You Are Walking Into,” a three-person show featuring renowned body painter Paul Roustan, Olympic medalist Caroline Burckle and Los Angeles-based artist The Creator, opens Saturday, July 13, at ShockBoxx gallery in Hermosa Beach.
“An Everlasting Itch: A solo exhibition of sculpture and paintings by Scott Meskill,” opens Saturday, June 29, at ShockBoxx gallery, located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
The El Segundo Art Walk began its fifth year on June 20 with dozens of artists and venues taking part in the event downtown and around Smokey Hollow.
Lovers of the world of “Oz” have followed the yellow brick road since the publication of L. Frank Baum's children's novel, “The Wonderful World of Oz,” in 1900. Following dozens of books set in Oz, stage productions and films, including the iconic 1939 adaptation starring Judy Garland, the m…
The annual Hermosa Beach Fine Arts Festival takes place June 8 and 9, at the Hermosa Beach Community Center, on the corner of Pier Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway.
It’s been three years since a near-fatal biking accident put Palos Verdes resident and renowned international artist Steve Shriver in the ICU.
After nearly two years making their home on Pier Avenue in Hermosa Beach, the Pacific Coast Gallery recently moved down the road to its new location at 1217 Highland Ave. in Manhattan Beach.
The 40th annual Manhattan Beach Student Art and Photography Contest, hosted by the Neptunian Woman's Club, awards ceremony takes place Sunday, May 19, but submissions for the contest are due by Friday, May 10, at 3 p.m.
A two-day South Bay Artist Collective event May 3 and 4 benefits Mira Costa High School art education and showcases their burgeoning talent as well as established South Bay artists.
FOLA, Foundation of Local Arts, celebrates 10 years of supporting local arts and schools, Sunday, April 14, from 5 to 7 p.m., at its annual fundraiser taking place at Lido di Manhattan Ristaurante and Bar, located in Manhattan Beach.
Featuring the prints, paintings, and drawings of Amelia Amell and Jesus Chaidez, TWO by Two – Stories Beneath the Surface packs a powerful curatorial punch at The Manhattan Beach Art Center, now through April 14.
Currently featuring the vibrant two-person art exhibition TWO by Two – Stories Beneath the Surface, the Manhattan Beach Art Center is also presenting several special events during the show, each interactive and designed to complement the art itself.
ShockBoxx co-founder Mike Collins will debut his one-man show “The Funeral Party,” Saturday, March 23, from 5 to 9 p.m., at the art gallery located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
Laura Schuler's solo show, “Cognitive Dissonance,” a Street Art Exhibit, opens Saturday, March 9, from 7 to 9 p.m., at ShockBoxx Gallery, located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
Artist Jackson Casady was working as a production assistant at Sunday's 91st annual Academy Awards and took in the chaos that surrounded the biggest day in Hollywood.
There's nothing we like more than eating. And, in today's Instagram culture, there's nothing we like more than taking photos of the food we're eating.
Photographer Chad Richardson will walk around his Redondo Beach neighborhood, camera in tow, trying to find the “stories in the moment.” Maybe it's the men at his local barbershop or finding someone interesting walking to the Galleria.
When the first “Water & Wood” exhibit took place in 2017, South Bay Artist Collective co-founder Rafael McMaster said the goal was to simply throw a great event.
HippyTree, located in Torrance, will host a pop-up photography gallery of its #52weeksofnature photo contest winners, Saturday, Jan. 26, from 7 to 10 p.m., at Unita Gallery, located at 215 Arena St in El Segundo.
A Holiday Craft Fair benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles takes place Saturday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church, located at 243 S. Broadway Ave. in Redondo Beach.
Bob Dob grew up skateboarding, surfing and playing punk music in Hermosa Beach in the late 1980s. And that pop culture has been the cornerstone of his work since the days he began studying art at El Camino College in Torrance.
Palos Verdes artist John Van Hamersveld's artistic flare can be seen all across the South Bay including on a mural in Hermosa Beach, the exterior surround on the Manhattan Beach Art Center and most recently on a DWP tank in El Segundo.
Mike Siordia was a normal kid who grew up surfing and skating in the South Bay, first surfing in his hometown of Hermosa Beach when he was 9 years old in 1994. But when he grew older he found himself the “black sheep” of the Hermosa Beach Pier because of his attraction to the old-school longboard.
Artist Drica Lobo has a new exhibition opening Saturday, Oct. 13 at Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach. There’s No Planet B is a vibrant, colorful exhibition that Lobo says she’s created to “honor our beautiful planet.”
Rejoice in Art!, a fine art fair and exhibition held in Redondo Beach, is back for its 4th year with a record number of entries for its juried show.
Music producer Spot was pivotal in the early punk scene in Hermosa Beach, working with SST Records' bands such as Black Flag, Minutemen, Descendents and Misfits. But while he produced, mixed and recorded these iconic bands, he was also behind the scenes with his camera, capturing candid moments.
South Bay artist Thomas Delaney has a vision: to create an event that helps artists gain exposure and brings together community. And his dream is coming true with a Sept. 22 event, A Partnership in Art, to be held at Metlox Plaza in Manhattan Beach.
Look close enough and you can see Marvel superhero Spider-Man resting comfortably on a hammock tied to two palms trees with the Manhattan Beach Pier in the background.
Dancers from ages 11 to 40 twirled in flowy skirts, while flicking and shaking Spanish-style lace fans. Then, they abruptly stopped and clapped to the Spanish music of "Carmen" as professionals from Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre introduced themselves in the form of a master class.
Ten years ago Brent Broza was living in Hawaii where he dabbled in photography when he received a call from his father who told his son he had terminal cancer. He moved back to the South Bay to take care of his father.
When the Hermosa Beach Artist Collective was founded nearly two years ago, their goal was to find a home to showcase local artistic talent of all ages for a broader Hermosa Beach audience.
Graham Atwell, known in the art world as ATTY, was a policeman in London and was in the corporate world in Australia before he got inspired by an elderly cat he and his partner, Romana, adopted.
Beer and art... What could be better? Local artist Aaron Hall brings his latest show to King Harbor Brewing Co. Sept. 7. The show features acrylic paintings capturing scenes from Redondo Beach to Los Angeles harbors.
Shockboxx Gallery's pop-up show, “Don't Shoot Me Down,” an “artful dialog about guns in American culture,” takes place Labor Day weekend, at the art showcase located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
When the Gibson Amphitheater was bulldozed for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in 2014, South Bay native and artist Willard Snow salvaged four 10-foot tall Gibson guitars. He transformed them into works of art, featuring black and white images of rock stars. They became part of the Sunse…