Street Art for ACLU: Artsy Benefit Auction 2017

Here is some information from the page on Artsy for the ACLU auction:

Street Art for ACLU: Benefit Auction 2017

Bidding closes Apr 30 7:00 PM EDT

ACLU of Southern California + Artsy present Street Art for ACLU: Benefit Auction 2017, featuring Shepard Fairey, Colette Miller, Knowledge Bennett, and more.

For nearly 100 years, the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) has been our nation’s guardian of liberty, working in a multitude of ways to preserve the individual rights and liberties that our system of governance was established to provide. In the current political climate, the importance of the ACLU’s efforts is manifold. Art, specifically street art, has long functioned as a political tool—even impacting international politics in profound ways.

We have gathered over forty significant contemporary artists—the large majority of them street artists—to raise awareness for the ACLU and generate support for the organization’s invaluable efforts.

Bidding will be open exclusively on Artsy and will close at 4:00pm PST on April 30th, 2017 (7:00pm ET).

Here is the link to the auction.

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Art and Activism: The Laguna Canyon Project | KCET

the_laguna_canyon_project_applying_the_skin_for_the_tellIn 1980, an environmental art project inspired residents to take charge of their own destiny and prevent the construction of a 3,200 unit housing community in Laguna Canyon, California.

Source: Art and Activism: The Laguna Canyon Project | KCET


Activism, yes!  Click on the link above.


David Zinn “Dream Chalk Creatures” – Street Art 360

crazy-hair-day-by-david-zinn-2Here i think is one of the most poetic and sensitive artist’s  the Street Art scene has ever had!  David Zinn is a self-taught artist living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. David  has been drawing on walkways for many years, using chalk and anamorphic bending to bring his imaginary and poetic little friends alive into the…

Source: David Zinn “Dream Chalk Creatures” – Street Art 360


Love these, check the link above…

Cheers, Andrea

Facebook’s ban on Charles Blackman nude artwork attacked as ‘living in the 1950s’ | Culture | The Guardian

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Melbourne art auction house Mossgreen says refusal to allow post featuring artwork Women Lovers is ‘ridiculous’

Source: Facebook’s ban on Charles Blackman nude artwork attacked as ‘living in the 1950s’ | Culture | The Guardian


Check the link above for more on the story.

Cheers, Andrea

Save the Date: FLOWER and FLOW, Jason Ostro and Andrea LaHue

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Kim or Ashley
Art on Scene

Flower and Flow
An Exhibition of Paintings by Jason Ostro and Andrea LaHue
May 6 – May 26, 2015
Artists Reception: Saturday, May 6, 2015, 7pm – 10 p.m.

West Hollywod, California: Art On Scene is proud to announce FLOWER AND FLOW, a new exhibition of paintings by artists Jason Ostro and Andrea LaHue.  The artist reception is Saturday May 6, 2017, from 7 to 10 pm and the show runs through May 26th, 2017.

Working together for nearly 5 years, artist Jason Ostro and Andrea LaHue have organized events, shown their work and collaborated together.  This exhibition, entitled Flower and Flow highlights both artists.  Ostro’s flowing geometric paintings are juxtaposed with LaHue’s flower paintings, creating a dynamic, colorful, interplay of images and meaning.

Art on Scene: ArtOnScene is a full service art gallery located on the Sunset strip in the city of West Hollywood. Owned and operated by Kimberly Michelle Cales and Ashleigh Fugit. ArtOnScene exists to collaborate with emerging, mid-career and established artists around the globe to further develop their brand. We work closely with hotels, realtors and the film and television industry to provide the quality service that is expected and work closely within our community of West Hollywood and abroad seeking to develop our relationships. 



Save the Date: RIVER TO THE SEA, Lucy Chamberlain and Andrea LaHue

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Doug Fowler
Burbank Creative Arts Center

River to the Sea
An Exhibition of Glass and Paintings by Lucy Chamberlain and Andrea LaHue
May 5 – May 26, 2017
Artists Reception: Friday, May 5, 2017, 7pm – 9 p.m.

Burbank, CA: The Burbank Creative Arts Center is pleased to welcome artist Lucy Chamberlain and Andrea LaHue for their May exhibition, entitled River to the Sea.  The artist reception is Friday, May 5, 2017 from 7 to 9 pm, and will continue through May 26th.

Having known each other for over 20 years, artists Lucy Chamberlain and Andrea LaHue have long looked forward to a combined exhibition.  The celebration of nature is at the core for both Chamberlain, a glass artist and LaHue, a painter.  Illustrious flowers, natural forms, light and movement come to mind.  What might be found and fed by a river, on its way to becoming the sea, are explored and illuminated in this exhibition.  Both Chamberlain and LaHue tapped into a familiar channel of natural wonder and have masterfully expressing themselves in their respective mediums.

Burbank Creative Arts Center: Already known as the media capital of the world, Burbank bursts onto the scene as a colorful, cultural arts destination for all ages! The goals are simple: to introduce and support cultural arts, provide quality art experiences, and offer exciting arts friendly venues and businesses for every generation. Burbank Arts is a vibrant online destination for arts-related organizations to keep art lovers and explorers aware of current cultural events and for businesses to promote related activities and services.,

Lucy Chamberlin   Andrea LaHue