December 5, 2019

San Pedro Art Association
Happy Holidays everyone! We would like to share some awesome shopping opportunities with all of you. Hand made gifts are so fun for folks to receive as well as to give. Below are some awesome shopping opportunities for all to enjoy!

This month Shop our artists in two locations: 615 Mesa S. St. and “Crafted” 112 E. 22nd St.
You can use Crafted for your starting point or pick up the Red Trolley Bus Free at multiple stops along the Art Walk.

“The free Artwalk Tour usually gives about a one hour sample of the diverse art scene in San Pedro,– a different itinerary each month, visiting artists in their studios and galleries. The tour leaves at 6:30 from the Chamber of Commerce Board Room Gallery. This month Angels Gate Cultural Center, in collaboration with the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce, presents the fifth artist in the series, AGCC Studio Artist, Tianlu Chen. These spontaneous paintings will be showcased for the December 5th and January 2nd FirstThursday ArtWalks.

The San Pedro Art Association has a new location for the December Artwalk, conveniently at 615 S. Mesa for the final art walk of 2019 as we bring your great gifts of art and craft. Our artists boast of jewelry, henna tattoos, wood work and so much more. Find us near the food trucks at 615 S. Mesa. SPAA is a non-profit art organization formed in 1936. We were founded by local artists, and to this day is still run and operated by local artists.

Gallery 478 present Winter Ware, a group exhibition of painting, sculpture and mixed media by 23 established and emerging artists.

Pinto Dos Philippine Art Gallery presents “Recuerdos-Souvenirs, New Works” by Eliseo Art Silva. According to curator Edwin Ramoran, Silva’s paintings in this show “…constantly remind us that our own ‘recuerdos’ have been shaped and overdetermined by so many factors and realities socially, politically, racially, economically, physically, emotionally, psychically. We can own objects that may jog our memory of a particular personal event, but what memories can produce powerful objects capable of releasing potentiality, focus, and transformation? The strength in these new paintings is how they present resistance on many levels.” Pat Carroll