A spruced-up, old-school vending machine at Artize Gallery in Palm Springs makes artwork more accessible than ever. Pull the knob, and out pops fine art.
Adrian Cuevas is no superhero, but his Interstellar Comic Book & Collectibles store in Palm Springs has become a gathering place for enthusiasts who share the significance of their heroes.
Scott Cole has trained celebrities like Christian Bale and Barry Manilow. He’s appeared in Abs of Steel 2 for Men, and created his own DVD series, Discover Tai Chi, which has sold more than 1 million copies. It was his success on the national stage that also brought him to the desert in the late 1980s. “When I won the
Take a look at Garyk Lee’s drawings, and you’ll find yourself quickly immersed in the drama being played out in front of you. The Palm Spring artist has illustrated classic Palm Springs for Modernism Week 2017, and his Modernism Series will be showcased at Destination PSP’s store at the event’s headquarters called CAMP (Community and Meeting Place). Lee’s Fashion Fused
Shaktima Brien is on a treasure hunt. Not the tangible kind, but one that has guided her career as an artist. “I want to know more about what’s inside us,” she says. “It motivates me and makes me get up in the morning and play with the colors. I’ve always been a philosopher and writer, so to probe the psyche
Logan Adair doesn’t live in Palm Springs yet, but his artwork is doing the introductions for him. The West Texas teen will be in town July 6 for the Backstreet Art District’s Art Walk held on the first Wednesday of every month. Adair’s contemporary-abstract paintings will be on display at Artize Gallery. “His work sells,” says Kelly Truscott, who owns
At the entrance to this weekend’s Indian Wells Arts Festival, be prepared to see more than 600 butterflies in a display from a workshop created by La Quinta artist Gideon Cohn.
A perfect blend of past and present, east and west, images from nature designed with mixed materials, Kaoru Mansour is the Ying Yang songbird artist.
Architect Suzanne Zahr Fleming, who designed a house on Smoke Tree Lane in Palm Springs, suggests going green simply means good design. “The most effective way to promote energy efficiency is to design a house that takes full advantage of natural light, passive solar energy, shading, cross-ventilation, and efficient space planning,” she says.
Lloyd Russell, architect for the “green” house on Burns Canyon Road in Pioneertown, refers to his “handmade modernism”: sharp design and better, affordable construction. The architecture features sleek lines and sundry materials that enhance the structure and lifestyle.
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