Mai Lill is an Estonian artist based in Los Angeles whose passion is to create art that has healing powers. Her dream would be to raise the vibration of people and places by using healing colors and symbols in her work.
She believes that putting love into her paintings can be felt by the viewers. Before finding her way back to her childhood passion – art, Mai studied recreation management at the Tallinn University and worked as a dancer and a choreographer for 10 years. Her goal is to live life to the fullest, take risks every day and overcome fear. Mai has a mission to create and inspire people all over the world with her paintings.
Venice, California is a place of contrasting visuals: from the tattoo shops and open art boardwalk to the calm beaches and clear skies. It’s a place that acts as a petri dish of creativity and inspiration for all who appreciate beauty in the unexpected. Christina Angelina, a Venice based artist, embodies that influence in her art. Her success and continued honest expression make her a unique gem for the Los Angeles art scene.
Fine artist, street artist, photographer and producer: Angelina’s unique talent lies within every image she constructs, in every single stroke of her brush, in every color she mixes, in every mystical story behind her work. Her education varies from a BFA in Art in from UCLA to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Art Center College of Design. Most recently, Angelina completed several paintings and window dressings exclusively for Christian Louboutin at Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills (the paintings have now become part of Neiman Marcus’ permanent collection). In September of 2011 she created the cover art for Rodrigo Y Gabriela’s latest album, “Area 52”. Angelina has also appeared as herself in several documentaries, films and most recently the music video for Van Hunt’s latest single, “Eyes Like Pearls,” which debuted in December on Rolling Stone.
Angelina is a process-oriented artist and her objective is to find the temporal and raw moments that define a lifetime and then cram all the details and nuances into one image. When she isn’t bound by professional commitments or finishing a painting in her studio you can find her wheat-pasting her drawings to the beautifully weathered and sun-stained city walls.
I currently work as an animator in the film industry, and I’m driven in a gleefully manic way to escape the silver screen . A blessing and a curse is that each new idea zapped into my head seems to warrant brand new mediums. My goal is to direct interactive and awe inspiring art, and show people the interconnectedness of the non-sequitur mantra that is me/us.
Hans Haveron is an internationally known visual artist and muralist spending most of his time in between NYC, LA and Miami. For the last 12 years he has been showing worldwide along the sides of many heavy hitters such as Shepard Fairey, David Lynch, Alex Grey, Audrey Kawasaki, El Mac, Retna, Kofie, Mear One, John Park, Android Jones, YOKII and many more. Alongside of these “ART” projects, Haveron is also a 892 Union Costume Designer in the Hollywood film machine.
Gaining popularity quick in biz for his signature style body costuming with airbrush which is now a hugely popular trend on the west coast. He has been able to work on many films, music videos, commercials and Fashion Week events with top ranking clients from Disney, Brittany Spears, Tim Burton to British GQ.
In addition to kis fine Art studies autke University of Colorado-Boulder, Hans graduated with a bachelors degree in Architecture. The fallowing year Hans moved te Bercelona, Spain where he studied the masters and refined his technique. In California, Hans continued his studies at the prestidious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. His current studio is based in Venice, California.
Hans art moves effortlessly between the bold and the simple, between stark structure and fluid motion inviting viewers to move beyond their ordinary reality. His paintings invoke both action and reaction, coaxing the viewer into a mulli-dimensional dialogue that speaks from and to the heart.
His work has a layered style based on fluidity, structure and color theory. He frequently sites musical compositions, consciousness and Zen amidst urban life chaos.
Hans most recent art, as well as his live painting, reflect his travels and entice us to open our eyes to the liminal interplay between fragility and strength.
He intends to inspire each of us to discover and embrace our purpose.