If we were to take a few days off in the name of finding great art, and set out from one coast to the next, our trip might look a little something like this.. Stop #1. Dyanna Dimick, San Francisco, CA. If you’re ever in the bay, you might find her collecting washed up plastic at Ocean Beach, getting lost in the…
Chico Coelho hails from Piracicaba, Brazil and lives and works in San Francisco, CA. His vibrant personality, transformative career, and dual talent as a painter and musician has earned him the title of this week’s artist you need to know.
Meet Reinder. We did, and it was awesome.
“I’m Standing in Misunderstanding,” he says. Eric Dyer paints in bright, saturated, neon-y color. His work is pleasing, jovial even, and possesses the rare ability to make the corners of your mouth turn up and eyes squint at the same time.
Meet the artist turning cement jungles into color-soaked paradise. Layer by layer, Deanna Fainelli transforms cement jungles and rundown roadsigns into color-soaked images of energy revived.
Meet Joshua Charles Hart, February’s Master Artist. Joshua paints from his West Hollywood studio, pug by his side, and his children not far thereafter. To call him just a painter, however, would be an injustice to his craft
Young and an artist. A romantic notion, no? And yet, not so romantic that it cannot be true. It is here, as a young artist, that we find our first Vango Master Artist Bailey K Chapman.