The exhibition brings together scientifically and culturally engaging aspects of how we perceive and utilize color. Featuring a group of contemporary artists who use color not only as a medium, but as an element of their message. Presented in three dynamic groupings: The Architecture of Color, Color Theory, and The Practical Applications of Color.
Cynthia Luján will guide students through a lesson in portraiture using the medium of acrylics in Westminister at Art Supply Warehouse on Saturday, April 28 from 10-1pm. To sign up for the class visit this link.
A solo exhibition featuring paintings by interdisciplinary artist, Cynthia Luján on view at Metro 417 from April 12–May 8.
In Shifting Space, Luján creates a series of images that explore the life of the L.A. urbanite and their movement through public space. Luján is a nomadic artist who lives in Whittier, works in Long Beach, and exhibits at various venues in greater Los Angeles. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and minor in Russian Studies from California State University, Long Beach. She’s exhibited at Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles Municipal
Art Gallery, The Brand Library, and LA><ART, among others.
This exhibition is in conjunction with the Downtown LA Art Walk and Art Share LA.
Metro 417 | 417 S. Hill Street, Suite 100 | Los Angeles, CA 90013
Downtown LA Art Walk
Learn more on her website at www.CynthiaLujan.com
Contact Lujan via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or follow her on instagram at www.instagram.com/desfigurados