Posts by Scott Kliff

Creative Family Portraiture from an Artist’s Perspective

March 28th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Los Angeles, New York, Photography No Comment yet

This artist finds perfection in capturing the moment. Photos of children and family, be it posed or candid, carry with each of them a story behind the stillness. Her photography of women during pregnancy is complimented by a fondness for the personal stories within. From maternity to playtime, she takes on the full journey of the life cycle, pausing along the way to take it all in.

The 62’s Artistic Anarchy Turns Pop Culture Consumerism On Its Head

December 8th, 2015 Posted by Design, Digital, Events, Featured, Illustration, Installations, Mixed Media, Murals, New York, Paintings, Surrealism No Comment yet

The 62 is one of those rare group of artists who truly stretch the public’s view of just what art is or can be. Anarchy, in the strictest sense, is a belief that order need not be a necessity for civilization. This attitude reflects strongly in The 62’s visual and interactive art. The artists involved each bring their own style and experience with them ranging from involvement in community service to new media design, all in the name of artistic anarchy.

Aaron Rivera’s Celebration of Leisure through Painting

September 14th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Film, Illustration, Los Angeles, Mixed Media, Paintings, San Francisco No Comment yet

Aaron Rivera is an artist in the Los Angeles area who we had the pleasure to meet at Le Luz de Jesus Gallery in LA. Rivera works in a variety of mediums – launching himself in his teens as a muralist, Aaron Rivera has traveled many roads in the expansive world of art, from small scale painting to puppet design for the eccentric Spike Jonze. His work possesses a certain bright sentimentality and elicits fond memories and feelings of days passed and those still to come. Rivera takes you on a mental and emotional vacation through his most recent expressions in the celebration of leisure.