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Meet Blakeley Hunter of Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach

Today we’d like to introduce you to Blakeley Hunter.

Blakeley Hunter is a local South Bay artist who gathers much of her inspiration from the natural world around us; the things that most people find mundane are the same things that spark some of her most unique ideas.

Blakeley’s passion for art started at a young age and was encouraged by her parents. After studying art in college, Hunter realized she found the most joy in creating abstract works of art using photography, Photoshop, resin, and paint.

Two years ago, her career in art took off when she met Rafael McMaster and began managing Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach as well as teaching youth art classes. Blakeley now strives every day to help bring art to the South Bay and inspire people in her local community.

Has it been a smooth road?
Anytime you are part of something new and unknown there are challenges that come along with it. What Blakeley Hunter has helped to grow has taken a lot of hard work an dedication.

Countless hours and many weekends are spent working to build something that will help and inspire and benefit the community. It may be hard work, but the payoff has been more than she could have ever dreamt of.

We’d love to hear more about your business.
Like the butcher, banker, and locksmith, galleries are part of our civil construct- ART makes us whole.

In Fall 2016, the South Bay Artist Collective was founded, as a 501(c)3 non-profit, our vision was to build a healthy and thriving art community, but at that point in time, we had no place for our artists to show; that’s where RESIN comes in.

In September of 2017, the SBAC found it’s home at 618 Cypress Avenue in Hermosa Beach, we call that home RESIN.

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