We’re excited to showcase original art from some of California’s most inspired artists. All artwork on display at our stores is for sale directly by the artists. Explore our wide array of art, and find your next masterpiece.
A born and raised Bay Area artist, David Layton’s paintings revolve around the technological, the present, and the personal. Though he focuses on commonplace subjects, his works seek out their inherent dynamism through composition. The use of cropping, saturated colors, skewed angles, and a personal perspective combine together, emphasizing these fleeting moments.
Digital photography is integral to his painting practice. After taking hundreds of pictures, he narrows them down to a select few. These are images that both distill the essential elements of his subjects and reframe it for the viewer. The works are a translation of the digital image, imbued with my experiences of the spaces through paint.
Delaney Watkins is a self-taught young artist who has been immersed in the world of art for as long as she can remember. Fuelled by an unwavering passion for her craft, Delaney finds joy in bringing her vivid imagination to life on canvas, consistently pushing the boundaries of her mind’s eye
Jay Castillo, a local Riverside artist, creates artwork that is as fun to make as they are fun to look at. His work lets you wander across a multitude of textures and unexepected elements, all harmonious in their larger composition. With most of his inspiration from western mythologies and psychedelic culture, Jay creates delightfully messy yet constrained artwork that teaches through play.
While born in Los Angeles, Anahid’s Armenian heritage penetrates her work in which women are a dominant subject matter. Her use of discarded materials are always an intricate part of her artistic expression that allows her to weave a tapestry of tradition, intimacy and power.
Obsessed with exploring and exploiting the not so pretty, the broken and discarded parts of ourselves and our surroundings, Anahid looks for the beauty in imperfections. The discolored, the torn, and the weathered. She finds worth to behold and explores those complexities in her art.
Austin Lubetkin is a software engineer with autism. He has a background originally in painting, and his introduction to art was through the lens of art therapy. Austin has always seen color and emotion as one with his synesthesia and has brought that unique vision into his work through his color palette, which has become his signature. He brings his own artistic touch to his work with AI that separates him from his peers working in the AI space. He frequently works with a type of AI that can transfer the style of one piece to another. In this case, Austin transfers the style of his own paintings to the new digital pieces he creates.
LGBTQ+ & Autistic Artist
Houyee is a queer, bi-racial multidisciplinary artist and educator from San Jose, CA. She earned her bachelor’s degree at San Francisco State University in Studio Art with a minor in Philosophy. During the day, she works at a non-profit teaching youth and young adults about arts, tech, media, and creativity. Houyee dedicates her evenings and weekends working on her artwork which addresses social justice, gender inequality, racial justice, LGBTQIA+ experiences, climate crisis, life, and mental health all mixed in with healing from her own traumas. She uses painting, photography, and installation to illustrate her experience of being queer and mixed-race growing up in America. Society categorizes people, but the problem is that she, like many others, cannot be forced into a box.
Janelle “Lulu” Lassalle is an artist, writer, actress, model, recipe developer and idea machine based in Los Angeles, CA. She delights in producing colorful, whimsical work inspired by psychedelics, outer space and mother nature.
Hadley aims to challenge traditional attitudes to the female gaze through the intimacy of her quirky colorful images, while highlighting her combined love for opulent comedic storytelling and curiosity for connection.
LGBTQ+ Content, Ally Artist
Kevin’s artistic practice began at an early age when he started drawing at six years old. Kevin uses mannequins to represent the faceless appearance of human desire, need, and social disconnect without the baggage of specific human personality.
David Woodland paints imagery from important televised moments of history, Watergate, Manson Trials, etc. through the same lens of lo-fi broadcast but through his cyanotype palette, and a hint of Hopper-esque loneliness.
Some develop a world view through acquisition of unbiased knowledge, but the world view of many is pre-ordained by culture, or manipulated by institutions. The world today is striking in its defined sides.
Robert Nelson is interested in contrast; innocence/corruption, the infinite/the finite, past/future, good/evil. Robert is fascinated by how meanings can change depending on point of view. He strives for images that are defined differently by each observer. An image where their experiences, prejudices and beliefs all combine into the final experience of the work.
Weinstock’s “Recyclables” is about finding beauty in materials others discard. She creates paper from shredded office documents, sculpts then paints intense colors to enhance the forms and textures. Working in conversation with the art, she follows the lead of what emerges.
Eugene Huffman is an established Queer, HIV-Positive Los Angeles Artist, Curator and Advocate. His primary work is expressionism with vibrant color and non-repeating patterns that reference life through a lens of survival – an outlet for his openness as a survivor of domestic violence and abuse.
Darnell Waine is a life long artist and Los Angeles native. Through oils and acrylics he explores matters of the heart, the ebb and flow of romance and matters of mental health. Darnell’s work also aims to highlight the universal human experience along with what he believes is our shared origin and destiny: LOVE.
Jeff Iorillo is a Los Angeles painter working with mass, momentum, and gesture. He works action-style on a table or floor, dragging and scraping acrylic and enamel paint with plexiglass blades in a single dramatic gesture or layered passes for a vivid experience of color and movement.
Maggie Camps is an Ecuadorian artist who from an early age was attracted to brushes and colors. In 2005, Maggie specialized in mixed painting and has participated in several exhibitions. She is currently based in Quito.
Sküt the artist is best known as Co-Founder and original designer of Grindr, but is locally known in WeHo as a muralists for Micky’s, a vice-president of the Co-Op TAG gallery, and creator of pop-culture queer imagery.
Edward Lightner’s fascination with images of atmospheric atomic tests inspires his compelling art. In his recent series he has moved on to exploring imagery derived from underground atomic testing, uncovering visual threads of connectivity between beauty and death. Using such imagery allows him to incorporate other issues, such as the AIDS epidemic and religious dogma.
Melinda McLeod is a local Los Angeles artist, intrigued with animals, colors, geometry, and people. Colors are influenced by feelings, everything falls into place—the look in the eyes, the twist of the head, the expression of emotion or none. Melinda’s abstract style is expressive, using a language of color and texture to express the experiences of life.
John Waiblinger is a new media artist who explores masculinity and desire through his Post Photography compositions. He snaps pictures of urban and natural environments and sources his figures from queer pornography, re-contextualizing them.
David Jester loves painting his subjects in pools. He believes they are metaphor rich environments. People inside the pool looking out or those outside looking in have a slightly distorted view of each other.
Lance’s work is inspired by his many adventures throughout California and beyond. He can’t be everywhere he wants all at once so he creates art as a way to escape to the places he loves so dearly or invents in his mind.
When possible, Lance likes to work on materials that would normally end up in the trash like used surfboards, skateboards or scrap pieces of wood for more sustainability.