Thanks to the generosity of the South Bay community, Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach will continue to be a hub for local artists and youth, despite the pandemic.
The South Coast Botanic Garden is lighting up a portion of its 87-acre horticultural and wildlife habitat for the holidays.
Surfers out for a walk during sunset is the subject of a mosaic project recently completed in front of the Redondo Beach Police Department and located in the Redondo Beach Civic Center.
Resin, home to the South Bay Artist Collective, will be closing its doors in Hermosa Beach at the end of January, another victim of the coronavirus pandemic.
Some business owners in the South Bay boarded up their windows for a few days this past summer as precaution when protests over the death of George Floyd were followed by unrest and looting in Los Angeles.
Drica Lobo's latest solo exhibit, “Decoding the Flow,” will open with a virtual reception Saturday, Aug. 29, from 6 to 8 p.m., via Zoom, at ShockBoxx in Hermosa Beach.
Nicole Maloney's ambitious dream through her photography and her OOMO digital cube is to not only photograph every face on the planet, but let those faces become part of her interactive digital sculpture to show a “human one.”
Artist Josh Barnes and Pacific Coast Gallery in Manhattan Beach teamed over the weekend for the “Painting of Peace” mural on the gallery’s boarded-up windows.
Sarah Svetlana’s solo art show at ShockBoxx in Hermosa Beach was put in limbo when the novel coronavirus pandemic hit and the show was eventually shut down following a successful opening.
Sarah Svetlana, who has shown her work in galleries in Los Angeles, Australia and Israel, will open a solo show, “Secret Garden,” at ShockBoxx in Hermosa Beach Saturday, March 7.
Friends arrive at a 10th anniversary dinner only to find the host, the deputy mayor of New York, has attempted suicide in the Neil Simon play “Rumors.” The first couple to arrive at the townhouse, his lawyer and his wife, escalate a night of chaos when they attempt to cover up the scandalous act.
Artist Dustin Grabiner was at an estate sale a couple of years ago in Hermosa Beach when he stumbled across pieces of a family's history that might have been headed for the trash can.
Photographer Henry Diltz and artist John Van Hamersveld visited the El Segundo Public Library on Jan. 31, to discuss their iconic careers that began in the 1960s.
Musical artist and author Tatiana ‘Tajci’ Cameron, along with her sister Sanya Matejas, and pianist Brian Hanson are bringing their uplifting combo of jazz standards, pop and country classics to Redondo Beach. The performance is scheduled for Feb. 8 at RUHS auditorium.
Tributes to late Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, who died tragically with seven others in a helicopter crash in Calabasas on Sunday, have been sprouting up all over Los Angeles.
In the nearly six decades since they first arrived onto the rock n' roll scene in the 1960s, artist John Van Hamersveld and photographer Henry Diltz have become icons in their respective fields.
ShockBoxx co-founder Mike Collins said they decided to call its next exhibit “Intergalactic” because the exhibit showcases work from Hermosa Beach to Japan.
“Industry of Meaning,” a retrospective 100-year observation of art in surf, skate, street and beach, opens at Resin Gallery, located at 618 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach, Saturday, Jan. 18.
An art show celebrating the winners of the inaugural AD 66 Photo and Art Contest takes place Saturday, Jan. 11, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at ShockBoxx Gallery, located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
In 1983 Kevin Salk was a Mira Costa High School senior who was heavy into the South Bay's punk rock scene. As part of a photography class that year, he took his 35 millimeter Minolta camera to several Los Angeles shows featuring Black Flag, Circle Jerks, Minor Threat and Descendents.
Join Wendy Stillman and Blakeley Hunter in a show with individual and collaborative pieces inspired by their Southern California upbringing at Resin Gallery, located at 618 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
If you ask Southern California street artist Kid Wiseman, the whole world is full of blank slates. Drab, white walls, waiting to be filled with life and color.
German-based artist Amely Spoetzl has been drawn to plants and natural elements since childhood. In her first solo show in Los Angeles, Spoetzl takes a deeper exploration of what nature means in ESMoA’s latest exhibit “Plant,” which opens Thursday, Oct. 24, in El Segundo.
The work of more than 100 artists, including many from the South Bay, are featured in the eighth annual CA 101 art exhibit, which opens at the old Gold's Gym in Redondo Beach Friday, Oct. 4, with a reception from 5 to 10 p.m.
When Kevin Gilligan turned 50 this year he started to think about the rapidly changing roles of men and masculinity and what that means in today’s society. His latest exhibit, “Developing Men,” examines “male friendship, masculinity, isolation, community and legacy” through photography and video.
“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.