The Los Angeles art scene is exploding, and more artists equal more art, and the need for walls on which to hang it. With galleries booked far in advance, artists are turning to coffeehouses, restaurants and bars–the career of Margaret and Walter Keane launched at San Francisco’s Hungry I jazz club–and local boites that want to create a sense of community are opening their walls.
Umami Burger Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles is doing just that with #Savor Life Art & Music opening August 13, from 6:30 to 11, with live performances by THAT thing and FITZMO, and art from Gino Burman-Loffredo, Ankore, and Matthew Weinberg.
Weinberg says he’ll have 100 of his cartoons available for $10 each in
an effort to get my original art in as many homes as possible for the Art Lover on a Budget.
Also showing: Gino Burman-Loffredo whose intricate, witty drawings combine Fornasetti, Pop Art and George Grosz-like elements and emerging street/fine artist Ankore, plus virtual reality
Drop in, check out the art–and maybe try a tasty burger or sweet potato fries with aoili, paired with a taste stimulating arousing beer, wine or soda designed to perk up your palate. Art, music, food–how to #Savor life!