TreeHouse Art Explorations: LA Art Show

And Justice for All by Greg Auerbach

By Natasha Ganes

Art by Saint Maxent
Art by Saint Maxent

A few weekends ago, I hit up the last day of the LA Art Show with some friends (including artist Wade Ganes, whose work you can check out here: https://treehousearts.me/wade-ganes). We almost didn’t make it, thanks to the last-second discovery of a large nail embedded into the middle of my front tire, found just as we were about to hop onto the freeway, but two tire shop stops and a quick patch later we were on our way.

The show was, in a word, amazing and I’m grateful the whole tire mishap didn’t stop me from experiencing it. I wish I could have spent more time there, but realistically a person could take all four days the show was open walking through the aisles and still not see everything in them.

To say the LA Art Show was one hell of an inspiring experience would be understatement, so I’ll just leave it at this: check out my images below of all the amazing works that were featured at the show (click on each one for a closer view) and find a way to go see it for yourself next year.

 

 

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