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Hollywood’s Thought-Provokers

LA has always had an artistic soul.  The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community.  Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive.  Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.  Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Hollywood that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Amy Nadeen Wilson

I attended university at CSU Fresno where I double majored in marketing and graphic design. After graduation, I moved to Los Angeles where I’ve lived for the last 8 year, working as a graphic designer by day and painting artwork by night. Read more>>

Tony Devoney

Tony Devoney is a visual expressionist from New Orleans, currently living and working in Los Angeles. He draws inspiration from emotional reflection, movement, and spontaneity represented through his detailed use of texture and color layering. Read more>>

Kimia Arya

Life is a crazy rollercoaster and will continue to make us go through the same lessons until we learn from them. Throughout my journey, I have experienced both the highs and lows, and one thing I always say to everyone is to Never Give Up. Read more>>

Elena Von Neitsch

Art was always a big part of my life. Ever since I was little, I’b be always involved in all sorts of “projects”, from singing and dancing to knitting and writing. But desire to paint formed in me shortly after I met my husband. He is a great painter himself, so naturally I fell into it. He is my inspiration! Read more>>

Dellamarie Parrilli

Human interest stories can be risky, even irrelevant, when it comes to evaluating the work of a serious painter. Thus one is tempted to skip over the fact that Parrilli, who was born in Chicago, turned to painting after a life threatening illness curtailed her promising career as an entertainer. Read more>>

Marlaina Mortati

I’ve been an artist all of my life but it wasn’t until I got my first tattoo that I knew what I wanted to do with my life. I had been taking college art courses and essentially not knowing what I wanted to do and it finally clicked when I stepped inside that shop. Read more>>

Frankie Leal

At the age of 20, I began my professional career as a graphic designer. Design came easily to me. In the beginning, I would hire photographers to take photos for my graphic design projects. It wasn’t until I taught myself how to shoot in manual mode is when my passion for photography began. Read more>>

Jeremy Uglow

Jeremy Uglow holds a Master’s of Fine Art from (PAFA) the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with an emphasis in Visual Studies – Painting and a Bachelor’s of Fine Art from (UW-W) the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater with an emphasis in Painting. Read more>>

Christina LaRocca

Los Angeles based international touring singer-songwriter, Christina LaRocca, is not only a musician, but also a visual artist, entrepreneur, and humanist. Her most recent release, the Child of the Sun EP marks LaRocca’s first since 2012 and was produced and recorded in Los Angeles, CA by Robb Torres, guitarist for artists like Draco Rosa and lead of Robbery Inc. Read more>>

Chad Ackerman

I started out in the metal scene (As I Lay Dying, Austrian Death Machine, Chapter 14, and Destroy the Runner) and stayed in it until 2010. Ater that, I began to focus more on just writing songs and producing music instead of being in a band. Read more>>

Wara Pornkulwat

That’s what I define my work, I let the narrative, the moment guided me. My focus is to capture that magic moment in the best possible way that I can. It’s like the life as well, you enjoy the moment and let the moment take you to the next one. Read more>>

Stephanie Bassos

I was a magazine journalism major at Columbia College in Chicago and always saw myself as a writer. As time went on, I was falling out of love with writing but didn’t really know what I wanted to do. My last semester in 2005, I wanted to study abroad in Florence but didn’t know which class to take. Read more>>

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