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ART Hollywood 05.14.2018

K Ryan Henisey

I always wanted to be an artist, and caught the bug early–influenced by Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s Yellow Umbrellas, installed just miles from my home; and by Arizona watercolorist Mia Tschampel. Developing artistic skills was always encouraged, alongside a full education. Read more>>

Joseph Valery

My passion for music started at the very young age of four. I was introduced to music by both of my parents. Growing up, there was a lot of music played around the house. Read more>>

Dominique Wu

When I was in Taiwan, I learned a lot of fine art skills including water color, sketch, oil paintings, Chinese traditional paintings & Chinese calligraphy. I got my fine art degree in the best fine art school in Taiwan – Read more>>

Dwora Fried

For the past 14 years I have been making mixed-media assemblages, small glass fronted wooden boxes populated with an assortment of vintage toys and dolls, findings from my family home, fabrics, old photographs and bits and pieces from my life in Vienna, Tel Aviv and Los Angeles. Read more>>

Cardona

As a kid I was always interested in music and learning all about it. I became a drummer and played for many years. I came back to it as an adult only this time as a singer. Read more>>

Cynthia Brannvall

The heart of my practice has to do with exploring the capacity of art to create a visual language for identity in ways that acknowledge, respect and celebrate difference while also engaging with collective identity formation as it is tethered to history, culture, economies and geographies. Read more>>

Brian McShea and the Sidemen

I realized two things: 1) I absolutely cannot resist writing, and will always be coming up with new songs, and 2) playing with a live band is the most exciting activity I’ve ever done. Read more>>

Melvin Harper

The critical nature of studying for a degree in Fine Art Photography, at the Academy of Art University, developed and insight and awareness in me, and my work went from photographing fashion to relating it’s aesthetic properties to how race is perceived. Read more>>

Shilpa Koshy

I grew up in NY in a traditional Indian family where choosing to be an artist as your career wasn’t an option. You needed something that could provide a stable paycheck and that wouldn’t bring embarrassment to your family’s oh so precious reputation. Read more>>

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