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Anja Whitemyer , owner of A W Gallery , is a self taught photographer and artist. She is a german artist who moved to the US in 2001, where she had her own photography business in Santa Clarita, Ca ( Los Angeles ) . In 2013 she moved to Las Vegas and expended her photography works into fein art collages and added her painting skills to it. A W Gallery is located in the Artsfactory Las Vegas, 107 E Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas , since 2017. Her artworks are very diverse , but alway showcase her distinctive color flow and very female touch .
Fein Art Gallery , Anja Whitemyer owner of A W Gallery philosophy is to sell only original artworks with a bright spectrum of art choices : from fein art photo collages, over pencil drawings to oil painting. The goal of A W Gallery is to provide each month a new collection of different art-styles all done by Anja Whitemyer.
The 18b Arts District participates in Gallery Openings and an Art Walk festival on the first Friday of every month – from 6:00pm – 10:00pm. The night before each “First Friday” all our studios are open to give a sneak preview of new artwork – it’s an ideal opportunity to meet our artists without a crowd. “Preview Thursday” has become the unofficial “collector’s night” and runs from 6:00pm – 9:00pm.
Free parking is available at the rear of our building just off Charleston Blvd. and Art Way on a little street called Boulder Ave. We are also located just 1 short block from the new 18b LV Arts District Bus Station on Casino Center Drive.
Hope you visit us soon!!! #ArtsDistrict #18b #LasVegas #ArtCulturePR #DTLV
The Arts Factory and ArtSquare is proud to be the geographic and creative center of the 18b Las Vegas Arts District where artists represent a broad range of contemporary and traditional styles, media, and interests. In addition to our commercial activities, #TheArtsFactoryLV provides an artistic lifeline and facility for many educational functions and community group meetings, including a weekly Life Drawing class, monthly board meetings of the 18b Las Vegas Arts District Neighborhood Association, the Las Vegas Sculpture Park, UNLV, and local high school student art exhibitions, fund raiser events for notable local and national charities, and local creators of all sorts. We also provide a unique cultural venue for musical concerts, poetry readings, and live theatrical performances. Our portion of the Arts District also includes new developments on 1st & Main street, Union House and even the old Mission Linen Building!
Making art with energy thats untamable however focused and graceful. Its my skaterblood.
A serious art studio and lab within the Arts Factory... A small studio with massive ideas. The work is fast and loud often with glazed acrylics and yupo paper. My latest works are drips and abstract cursive text creating figures and full scenes of Vegas. Fresh from a show at a the Venetian Hotel / shoppes Gallery.
About Visual Artist-Cristina Natsuko Paulos www.cristinapaulos.com Follow me at: https://twitter.com/CPaulosArt Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/cpaulos Biography Visual Artist/Illustrator: Cristina Natsuko Paulos - Artist Biography Cristina Natsuko Paulos is an award-winning artist and animator whose work has appeared in an original animation short for Sesame Street, prestigious galleries such as La Luz De Jesus and Giant Robot, as well as the Cirque du Soleil Contemporary Art Collection. In addition to having her work featured in two books, Garden Of Eye Candy and La Luz de Jesus 25: The Little Gallery That Could, Paulos's work has appeared in publications such as IDN, Hi Fructose, Pop Surrealism and Juxtapoz. Her films have screened at festivals in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles, and she has collaborated with numerous puppeteers to create toy theatre puppetry performances. A BFA graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, Paulos grew up in the San Fernando Valley but has made Las Vegas her home since 2002. She has been the recipient of several grants from the Nevada Arts Council, including twice winning the NAC's Jackpot Grant and a 2008 Artist Fellowship, as well as a 2005 Sesame Street Workshop Scholarship. As an artist, Paulos incorporates a variety of materials and techniques, including ink, paint, dye, handmade paper, canvas, wood and mixed media. Her work is a mixture of fine art and illustration, primarily focusing on imagery of twinned and mirrored characters, as well as portraiture and imagery and subject matter drawn from life. “My artwork derives from life, juxtaposed with the cartoon world,” says Paulos. “My art is created from the philosophies of drawing. Using these philosophies, my goal is to reveal the marks and capture the articles we often remove from ourselves and in our personal identities whether in cartoon form or from life, of the perception. These would including our flaws, our uncomfortableness and our explorations of our own vulnerabilities when truly, completely naked, apart from our bodies and form. “Using the materials of drawing loose graphite, charcoal, sumi inks, dyes, found material and handmade papers, I hope to create work which show the organic foundations of humanness.”
Clay Arts Vegas was started in 2011 as a collaboration amongst artists living and working in the Las Vegas Area to celebrate clay and other three dimensional art. Their studio, gallery, shop, and educational space are all located in the Arts District of Las Vegas. The mission of Clay Arts Vegas is to increase the presence of three dimensional art in the arts district and burgeoning arts culture in Las Vegas. CAV is committed to supporting the professional ceramics community by offering studio and gallery space, and providing professional training of the highest quality. CAV also seeks to strengthen the sense of community by encouraging communication and collaboration among all artists in the Las Vegas area, regardless of medium. Last, CAV works to encourage artistic expression and growth in the entire Las Vegas community by providing a vibrant location for the promotion of three dimensional art and art education. The Victor F Keen Gallery is a part of Clay Arts Vegas (CAV) which showcases our resident and local artists and exposes our community to quality professional work from outside Las Vegas. By carefully curated shows of the highest caliber, CAV offers a venue to both view and purchase art, as well as to educate and broaden the understanding of our patrons. By having an informed and educated gallery staff CAV will help viewers appreciate and understand a broader spectrum of creativity. Our primary focus is on ceramics and sculptural art, also two-dimensional works which compliment it. The gallery is a meeting place for Las Vegas to share and expand the idea of art in the valley.
Big home? Large walls? High ceilings? This is the best studio in town for those looking to outfit their luxury home or corporate office with sophisticated, large-scale modern art. The artist does not make prints of her work, ensuring the value of your painting. Each canvas is hand stretched and prepped by the artist. Works on archival quality heavyweight paper are also available. All forms of payment are accepted.
This is the working studio and gallery of artist, Deana Khoshaba. This studio is a must see for those looking to buy original large scale modern art and statement pieces for their home or corporate office.
Dray, one of the pioneers of the Las Vegas art scene as both artist and gallery owner, is bringing it back home in more ways than one. After several years away from Las Vegas exploring the “investigative field of experience,” Dray has returned to the heart of 18B with Dray Studio & Gallery, a second-floor space in the Arts Factory Dray is an internationally recognized and published painter best known for his large scale murals, musical themed abstract canvases and colorful portraits of beautiful women. His work has been exhibited at the Majorie Barrick Museum at UNLV and is in the permanent collection of the Hispanic Museum of Nevada. He was one of the first local artists to live and work in the downtown Las Vegas arts district. Highly regarded by veterans of the Vegas visual arts scene for his efforts in helping cultivate the cultural zone that now plays host to monthly First Friday festivals. He has served on the First Friday Advisory Committee, a 15 member board that plans and impliments First Friday, downtown’s monthly event that draws as many as 10,000 visitors at a time to the Arts District. His approach as an artist is fused with an abiding interest in community and inspiring the youth. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA in 1966, Dray is primarily a self-taught painter. His work is influenced by abstract expressionism and street art. Dray began to focus even more on just visual arts when he moved from Los Angeles to Las Vegas at the turn of the century. This move marked his decision to devote all of his time to developing his artistic vision as a painter. His subsequent travels to Sri Lanka, Singapore, Atlanta and three years in San Francisco ¬allowed him to gain insight that influenced the direction of his career and honed his artistic vision, which he brought back to Las Vegas recently along with a rejuvenated spirit and gallery.
The Joseph Watson Collection is a gallery that exhibits and sells art from emerging and established artists. We specialize in urban inspired art, street art and abstract paintings. Artists such as Sharktoof, Lucky Bunny, Joseph Watson, Mark and Vaughn Bode, Dray, Angu Walters and many others have showcased their art at our gallery. Once a month, we have First Friday art night which attracts hundreds of art enthusiasts. This is a great opportunity to meet the artists as well as get inspired. Joseph Watson Joseph Watson is a graduate of the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. He has established himself as a strong and reliable force in the Las Vegas Arts Community and is quickly making his presence known more broadly. He has artwork is available at Michael’s Arts & Crafts and Hobby Lobby. The Pacific Tile Art Studio also sells Joseph’s arts and murals. The Joseph Watson Collection of art consists of two styles of fine art. The first is the sophisticated décor style. This is his commercially accepted art. It involved subject matter such as ocean life to delicious seafood dishes to African influenced imagery. The surface is swirled with gesso, and then painted with acrylics. The result is a rich balanced piece that would be welcome in any well-designed interior. The second style is more “street.” This style targets the younger market and creates imagery ranging from busy, urban flea market scenes to uncomfortable bus rides. This method is usually a mix between tight pencil sketching combined with the latest digital painting techniques to create some of the most striking scenes. Joseph is usually spotted at the Arts Factory or walking around the massive First Friday event in the Arts District. Hours of operation Wed-Th 12:00pm-4:00pm Saturday 12:00-6:00pm
Abstract Sewing is stream of consciousness machine sewing of paper on paper. Metallic Painting is the use of acrylic metallic surfacers treated with mild acids on canvas. On the Trail Nature Journaling. I teach step-by-step w on workshops and small group lessions in color mixing, sketching, painting and writing to those who love nature whether experienced or just beginners.
Abstract Sewing, Metallic Painting & On the Trail Nature Journaling workshops.
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