August 25, 2016

John Van Hamersveld Contemporary Post Future!

John Van Hamersveld is an American graphic artist, designer, and illustrator. John grew up in and was influenced by the South Bay and California Beach culture.

March 14, 2015

Gregg Wilensky at Lois Lambert Gallery

Lois Lambert Gallery presents "Hovering, Photographs at the Boundaries of Nature" a collection of digital phtography by Gregg Wilensky.

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Graham Nash

Most recently, in 2006, fifty years of Graham Nash's photographic images were shown in his first solo museum exhibition, Eye to Eye: Photographs by Graham Nash, at San Diego's Museum of Photographic Arts. MoPA Director Arthur Ollman commented, "Nash is the real thing…his vision is quite his own…if you look at his songwriting over the years, a lot of his imagery is visual.

Henry Diltz

In the world of rock n’ roll photographers, there are none as extraordinary as Henry Diltz. A founding member of the Modern Folk Quartet, Diltz is as much at home as a musician on tour, as he is a visual historian of the last four decades of popular music. The rapport he’s developed with his musician friends, along with his down-to-earth-grin and frequent laugh, enables him to capture the candid shots that convey a rare feeling of trust and intimacy with his subjects

Donald Roller Wilson

The name conjures up an image of an evangelical preacher with his own circus side show. Reverend Roller Wilson's church of the cross-dressing chimpanzee. "Step right up, brothers and sisters, and behold the temptation of the transvestite terrier, by the delicate delights of the transdimensional phallic dill pickle." Ladies and gentle souls, if you are Jung at heart you are about to enter the surreal estate of Donald Roller Wilson.

David Ashwell

David Ashwell trained as a graphic designer at Kingston College of Art in his native Britain. In 1971, after five years as an advertising art director he became a director of TV Commercials, making more than 800 commercials in over 30 countries. He has won awards in every major advertising competition in both Europe and the USA.
In 2001 David gave up directing to become a full time painter, mostly of Malibu landscapes. His work has been sold in France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, England, Canada and here in the United States.