Save the date folks!
Group Show | Silent Auction | Open Studios
Saturday December 7, 2013
2558 North San Fernando Road
Los Angeles, CA 90065
Tomorrow night at the Somewhere Something studio: jewelry making using their laser cutter. Hosted by Sacha Bauman.
Sacha is hosting anothe Thursday NIght Social tomorrow:
Tomorrow’s social is going to be great. Join if you are around and into it.
Great photoset of Keystone director Melanie Mandl’s latest stop-motion animation project.
Some screenshots from the commercial I’m directing for Farm Sanctuary. It’s stop-motion, and everything you see is made out of paper - everything!!
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Keystone abstract artists unite! Gared Luquet and Joelle Cooperrider in Joelle’s studio during a recent warehouse bbq.
The Keystone Gallery has a special show and opening this weekend. Join us.
Lovely D and her screen at Craft Date’s screenprinting workshop today. Check out more on what Craft Date offers at their Keystone studio here.
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Keystone artist Joelle Cooperrider installation is up at Bru Coffee in Los Feliz. Looks beautiful. Be sure to stop by if in the neighborhood: 1866 N Vermont, they are open until 8 daily. Congratulations, Joelle!
Busy day in the Somewhere Something studio here at Keystone:
Terrific Saturday in the studio: Tom Wiscombe (pictured center) lectured for Barbara Bestor (pictured far left) and Andrea Dietz’s Woodbury University School of Architecture thesis prep students. It was a pleasure to host this engaging, candid talk in our space.
Keystone artist Gared Luquet working in his studio on a new triptych. Check out more of Gared’s bold, graphic paintings on his Facebook page.
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Big congrats to Keystone’s Bettina Hubby on her terrific new show and all the great press!
Bettina Hubby, Pretty Limber, 2013 , collage on paper , 12.75 x 22.25 inches; Courtesy of the artist and Klowden Mann.
Check out our LA Fall Art Preview here: http://bit.ly/17sBVp4
Mini prototypes in Roy Kesrouani’s Keystone studio. Check out more of Roy’s Spooning Armchair on his website and Facebook page. His work will appear in the next issue of Architectural Digest / Russia.
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Some sweet coverage for CreateLA, a nonprofit offering free arts education for kids, located here at Keystone.
Taline Olmessekian in her Sadistica studio here at Keystone, with her neice Ani. Taline has transformed her space into a funhouse of wonderfully creepy objects to compliment her surreal jewelry.