In this 2-hour workshop, local artist Vanessa Tienda will guide you to create a custom dreamcatcher! @ the Tap-In Taproom inside Whole Foods Market Palm Desert https://www.palmspringslife.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=516218&action=editDesert Fee: $20, includes supplies and refreshments RSVP: wfmdreamcatcher.eventbrite.com
At the busy intersection of fine art, fashion, and street art, you will find artist and designer Sofia Enriquez, a powerhouse champion of authenticity.
Sublime Abstraction, the season-long exhibition at Heather James Fine Art in Palm Desert, hopes to trigger what can be described only as a metaphysical experience.
Where some just see junk, artist Bob Van Breda sees artistic treasure.His unusual aesthetic is on view at the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert.
Hidden behind Frankie’s Old World Italian Bakery off Perez Road in Cathedral City is the perfect studio space for artist Ryan Campbell to create his art.
Palm Springs Art Museum offers art enthusiasts two ground-breaking exhibitions as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA – a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles. Presented by the Getty Foundation, this unprecedented initiative is underway at more than 70 cultural institutions throughout Southern California, from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and
Some people love to visit art galleries; others frequent museums. Then there are those who combine these two experiences in the comfort of their own home. That’s essentially what J. Willott Gallery helped the Davies family do. Their residence houses a collection of museum-quality art, made possible by gallery owners Josh Paquette and Josh Otten and their rarefied roster of
ART Rebecca Lowry is on hiatus. She has, for at least two years and likely much longer, walked away from her L.A. studio to become an “embedded artist” at Joshua Tree National Park and demonstrate how creative people can solve everyday problems while also capturing the imagination of visitors. “This is mission-assistive work,” says Lowry, who’s drawing a plan to
The 48th Annual Palm Springs Art Museum Artists Council Exhibition featuring 43 works by council members graced the walls of the museum as guests and artists perused the collection, visited with the artists, and enjoyed champagne, wine, and desserts from Lulu California Bistro. The exhibition was followed by an award ceremony in the Annenberg Theater. Artists who received awards included
Elizabeth Armstrong revels in her role connecting residents and visitors to Coachella Valley art and culture. In the three years since she relocated here to become director of Palm Springs Art Museum, she has marveled at the area’s seemingly endless creative activity as well as the talented, and discerning, people who continue to move here. About 1 in 5 people