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.
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.
Monica’s experience in the mental health field influences her work, and she believes strongly in the power of expressive arts to promote emotional growth and healing. She loves adding to her collection of discarded or lost items and reclaiming them as part of her paintings and sculptures.
LGBTQ+ Content, Ally Artist
As a California-based artist, K Ryan Henisey’s work is heavily influenced by the people, culture, and landscape of the Golden State. His personal narrative is often interwoven with mythological subjects, using patterning as a vehicle to make meaning from deconstruction.
Antonia Gross is a female Mexican American painter based out of Southern California. She aims to create timeless pieces that can be enjoyed by a diverse group of people. Antonia’s figurative pieces are, more specifically, intended to portray the human figure in a new light.
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.
Kathryn Pitt is a UK-born artist that now lives and works in Los Angeles. A figurative and nonrepresentational 2D artist, Kathryn has been involved with and featured in many exhibitions in California, throughout the US and overseas, whilst teaching art to children within her studio and as a docent at the Getty Museum.
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.
Dave Emmett is punk-science-fiction artist who uses fluid pour-painting techniques to create nebulae, wormholes, planetscapes, and all things alien on canvas. He aims for vibes that are loud, vibrant, disruptive, and alive.
Joanna Chrys (@joannachrysohoidis) is a mixed media artist presently focused on creating colorful and textural painted worlds on canvas. Joanna uses dots of acrylic paint to compose and layer her art, creating highly texturized, surreal surfaces. Joanna uses complex and rhythmic patterns to create an “amplified interpretation of emotion.”
We are thrilled to feature the work of Artist Tree team member Miles Parsons! Miles works at The Artist Tree West Hollywood. His collage deco skate decks are currently on display at The Artist Tree Riverside.
A CSU Long Beach Alumni, Jonathan Godinez is a street artist whose bright vivid style blends contemporary color palettes with traditional techniques. He works in association with the Eastside Arthouse in Riverside, CA.
Juan Navarro is an artist, videographer, and photographer from Riverside, California. He has gained a large following behind his brand Luvmonsterz on the social media app, Periscope. Utilizing his unique street style, he captivated viewers and began sharing a message of love and acceptance. It’s a message for everyone – despite our weaknesses and our past mistakes, we are capable of giving and receiving love. Juan encourages his fans to spread love, positivity, and acceptance.
He believes that everyone can make a difference, especially through creating. Juan has painted murals in collaboration with nonprofits and has private and public collectors or his artwork all over the world. Whether through his art, broadcasts, or donating time and skill to a foundation, Juan is here to make a positive impact.
Karlos Ramon Marquez, “BUMPS,” was raised in the Pico-Union area of Los Angeles. Karlos has been contributing to the local LA art scene since 1984 when he created his first graffiti art pieces with friends under the name “Kartoon”. In 1985, he joined K2S (Kill 2 Succeed) graffiti crew as one of the original members. He continued to develop his style by studying art at Los Angeles City College and Associates of Art in Sherman Oaks. Due to his keen eye for detail and his polished technique, he’s collaborated with some of the most prolific Graffiti artists in the world including Joe “Prime” Reza and Kris Cunz. His art has evolved and encompasses a broad range of mixed media pieces including large canvas works and fabric, furniture and metal pieces for CISCO Home.
Creative Vice is the brainchild of Randy Richard Morales – a Los Angeles based artist, designer, writer, and overall creative. His passion is to create works for others to enjoy. As a kid he would take paper from his father’s work and design shoes and clothes just for fun. He is a US Navy veteran and FIDM alumni. His favorite thing to say is “life for a creative is lonely, it’s like living in a world only you can see ” which is why he started Creative Vice: as an outlet for him to share what’s on his mind. His goal is to continue creating so one day he can share his creative work that he can’t afford.
Joseph Brandon Thomas is a mixed media artist and designer from New Orleans who now lives and works in Southern California. He graduated from Otis College of Art & Design with a BFA in Toy Design in 2018. You can see Brandon in action at Be Immense Studios and Proving Ground at the Hawthorne Arts Complex, where he paints, sculpts, designs and builds products, toys, and collectibles.
Eddy Lee is a fine artist based in Los Angeles. A figurative painter with an illustrative base, much of his work revolves around female portraiture on wood. Works are heavily influenced by painter Audrey Kawasaki. The common subjects of his painting are emotive sirens who evoke a sense of mystery, damage or an element of seductiveness. Works are primarily acrylic on wood panel and mixed media incorporating coffee, ballpoint pen and gouache.
Corinne Pulsinelle (aka Coco Nella) is a Los Angeles based artist who specializes in mural painting, illustration, and graphic design. Her style is bold, clean, and approachable in a way that strives to connect to people. She generally works on a commissioned basis, offering clients a wide range of services from logo/brand development to large scale mural work. She has worked with many major brands, including Puma, Disney and Samsung as well as several local businesses. She also collaborates with interior designers to create murals and signage.