Cory Bilicko Managing Editor Nineteen-year-old Signal Hill resident Andres Alarcon takes everyday metal objects and converts them into easily recognizable and intriguing human (or humanoid) forms, but it’s his imaginative, artistic vision that enables him to make pieces that transcend the art of repurposing. It’s not just that he possesses mastery of recycling items and […]
Entries Tagged as 'Imitating Life'
January 10th, 2014 · No Comments · Culture, Imitating Life
December 27th, 2013 · No Comments · Imitating Life
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor In 100 words or less, what do you do as an artist? I work in ceramics and mosaics. In my ceramic work, I prefer to hand-build my pieces. The free-flowing aspect of this process appeals to me. With my mosaics, I like to work with glass. Being able to cut and […]
December 20th, 2013 · No Comments · Culture, Imitating Life
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor In 100 words or less, what you do as an artist? I’m an abstract painter. My preferred media are watercolor, acrylic and mixed media. I love color and movement. What motivates you to create art? My current feelings. I love to bring to life short stories I have in my head […]
December 13th, 2013 · No Comments · Culture, Imitating Life
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor In 100 words or less, how would you describe what you do as an artist? I pursue creating works that I personally, as a believer in art, want to see and experience. I toil to create exciting, engaging and entertaining experiences and environments. In mixed materials; environmentally friendly, reused and recycled […]
November 27th, 2013 · No Comments · Culture, Imitating Life
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor Lately, Mojgan Edalat-McClusky is thinking a lot about what she refers to as her “lost childhood.” Knowing her personal history, it’s easy to understand why the Iranian-born minimal-contemporary artist, who now lives with her husband in downtown Long Beach, is focusing on this theme in her current series of paintings.