October Project is a fascinating award-winning music project by composer Emil Adler, writer Julie Flanders, and vocalist Marina Belica who love to collaborate with visual artists in their work
Jen Brown is another extraordinary artist from San Diego who seems to have an open channel with the Universe itself. A portrait photographer, Jen decided to venture into the new paradigm and became a host of the live drawing sessions – and that’s when the magic happened.
Surfing Madonna Oceans Project is a community who are inspired by Mark Patterson’s mosaic which started as an illegal public art project, and was almost torn down but was saved by a local community.
As an artist advisor and representative, Erin Page places a strong emphasis on helping artists not only with career support and business development but also in discovering their authentic artistic practice and enhancing the quality of their work.
Jane Bellante is an expert at helping people let go of negative thought patterns to create the art and personal brands they have always wanted with joy, confidence, and ease.
Kyrstin and Bryce Nihill created a conjoined exhibition called Form & Flow that juxtaposes their completely different art styles in a cohesive story.
Tim Fite used to be an artsy rapper. Now he’s just artsy. He doesn’t drink. He doesn’t do drugs. He makes compositionally complex, allegorical drawings that occasionally have a musical or performative component.
My overall goal in all that I do is to help spark a sense of wonder and play in exploring imagination and the world around us.
Jay’s biggest goal is to create as many economic opportunities for local artists as possible and change the narrative of making artists volunteer their time and talent because their work should be valued and compensated!