March 7, 2019

Dekor Gallery  present the work of Manuel Nunez. He finds a spiritual beauty in his subjects that shines through all of his artwork. Like artists since the beginning of historical records, in the beauty of the female form he sees evidence of heavenly grace. “My images are of strong women,” Nunez says. “Women who are sensual and virtuous, wrestling with the underlying conflict of what life is versus what it should be.” His paintings are presented in a style rich in symbolism. Manuel portrays the dichotomies of life. While gold can symbolize decadence or indulgence, Manuel uses gold to represent God’s righteous purity, as in Russian icon art.

At Findings Art Center, Ceramic students from LA Harbor College will display personal insights through inspired sculptural interpretations. Taking clay beyond the functional norm, these pieces, like all art, are open to the imagination of the viewer. Douglas Esparza lends his architectural perspective by sculpting abstract brick surfaces into a montage of textures. Hayward Nishioka looks to nature’s diverse patterns to create surface drama to his vessels. Neena Lee’s figurative works reflect her interpretation of the psychological vulnerabilities of man. Jason Collier’s detailed monsters are both “real” and imaginary at the same time.

Machine Studio is a community asset that provides graffiti artists with a place to make and exhibit their work. This month the show continues to celebrate Women’s History Month with the work of 25 women artists.

At the Arches on 6th the San Pedro Photographers Association is preparing for a March Mardi Gras themed First Thursday Art Walk. Photography by San Pedro local photographers Vince Pirozzi, Lisa Greget, Lena Milos, Matthew Partsch, Mark Radmilovich, Arturo Garcia-Ayala, John Cameron., Tim Truby, Janine King and Greg Vitalich. There will be two artists; Rony Texteria and Carol Cottone-Kolthoff. Music, wine and appetizers enjoy as we visit the gallery.” Pat Carroll

The Artists Of The San Pedro Art Association Returns To 1st Thursdays

We are happy to announce our return to the 1st Thursday Art Walk! A big hearty thank you goes out to Eric Eisenberg and The Renaissance Group. Eric has decided to sponsor our 1st Thursday Return. He has gracefully provided us a beautiful space. Our new art walk home will be right next door to Parkhurst Gallery.
For our debut show our members will be showing some fine works of art…paintings…jewelry…ceramics and more await.

Visit us 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, 437 W. 6th ST. For information on this event please call or text 310-831-2928

Open-Mic Night 7:00pm
In conjunction with San Pedro’s 1st Thursday ArtWalk, the Grand Annex opens its stage to musicians, singer/songwriters and poets from the South Bay and beyond.
Sign-ups at 6:30pm $5 entrance incl. concession voucher / All Ages / 21+ for the bar.

Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles (112 East 22nd St.) will be open from 4-8 p.m. You can leave your car there and ride the FREE red trolley to and around Downtown to make sure you see all the sites. The trolley runs approximately every 15 minutes from 4 to 10 p.m. You can pick up your car until 10 p.m. or the next day. Every First Thursday is a new and fun experience, so come down and join us!

Don’t miss “Scenic Underground” at the World’s Stage, at 398 W. 6th Street.