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Mid Wilshire’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 Mid Wilshire that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Bibi Davidson

My work inhabits an alternative, through-the-looking-glass universe I use as an escape from my history. Focusing on the fluidity of identity, the characters within my work are allegorical representations of the chaotic and unsettling realities of my life as a child. Read more>>

Jennica Abrams

I never really considered myself to be creative or a photographer of any kind but I took a black and white film photography class in high school on a whim and for my first assignment, my teacher was sort of flipping out about my photos, complimenting them a lot and all this stuff. Read more>>

Cara Feder

I hope people can feel what I felt and connect to it on some level. Art is a great outlet to express yourself, it’s a beautiful form of communication to me. All in all I paint because it’s what I love to do and when I feel the most at peace with myself. Read more>>

Keren Cohen

My work is not just to take picture, it is truly to tell a story that will kept for future generations. The ability to walk thorough so many paths and to touch so many faces and hearts for me is a gift and I can’t be more happy about it. Read more>>

Francis (Frankie) Edward Greco

I hope people can honestly hear that, and see the music when they are looking at one of my paintings, ya know. I guess you should know that I really hope you can climb into my paintings and identify with them as I do…and I also hope that you get a smile while doing it because they are meant to be fun. Read more>>

Gina Zycher

Much of my work is a reflection of my personality. I’ve always felt…not so much like an outcast, but I definitely feel like an oddball a lot of the time. I like to make objects that are slightly askew but charming. Like many artists, I’m deeply inspired by nature and the way that there’s beauty in all of the “imperfection” we see in nature. Read more>>

Lauren Versino

I suppose the biggest thing to know about my artwork is that it’s a genuine piece of one human being, and that’s me. There’s no vasad, there’s no specific impression I’m trying to get you to believe, it’s just what i feel in the moment and I’m not scared to show it to you. Read more>>

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