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Cheri Pedemonte @Lucero Photography -November 6th -6-10pm

October 30, 2015 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

Cheri Pedemonte is a Abstract Impressionist Artist. Cheri holds Fine Arts and Color Theory Degrees and is an established artist. Cheri enjoys using rich professional oils, lots of bright color combined with a PASSION to CREATE unique one of a kind original oil paintings. Cheri’s current works on exhibit in Laguna Beach, LA Art District, […]

Calendar of Revolt @ Bookmachine books + zines!

October 28, 2015 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

You are cordially invited to a very special art exhibit + calendar release at BOOKMACHINE books + zines. Award-winning journalist Gabriel San Roman, in collaboration with artist Carla Zarate Suarez, will be releasing their “Calendar of Revolt”–a unique daily calendar focusing on emancipation struggles of workers, radicals, women, people of color, and the LGBT community […]

Live Wire Literary Journal @ Hibbleton Gallery!

October 25, 2015 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

Come celebrate local writers and artists at Hibbleton Gallery’s next exhibit, a collaboration with Fullerton College’s Live Wire Literary journal, and a celebration of their brand new Fall 2015 issue! On display will be artworks and poetry published in Live Wire. The opening reception is Friday, November 6, 2015 from 6-10pm during the Downtown Fullerton […]

René Cardona

October 22, 2015 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

Roadkill Ranch & Boutique (located at 119 E. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, CA) is proud to present “the cool cowboys” exhibit by local artist René Cardona. Since 1990, Rene has been painting Spiritual Conceptualism with a soft blend from darks to lights. His unique style and technique along with his creative use of color has gained […]

Visions from Within @ Carpe Diem Experience Nov. 6th Art Walk

October 20, 2015 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

“Art was made to overcome chaos.” On August 21, 1996, Brandon Hein was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for being at the wrong place at the wrong time. At the age of 18, Brandon Hein’s life changed forever. Since then, he has spent over 20 years behind bars (over half […]