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Alexander Calder and ironworker Chippy Ieronimo overseeing the installation of Three Quintains (Hello Girls), 1964, photo © 2013 Museum Associates/LACMA, photographic archives

Alexander Calder and ironworker Chippy Ieronimo overseeing the installation of Three Quintains (Hello Girls), 1964, photo © 2013 Museum Associates/LACMA, photographic archives

There is growing appreciation of the cultural infrastructure, working environment and lifestyle of America's second-largest city among artists, donors and collectors large and small.

Los Angeles Art Scene Comes Into Its Own

There is growing appreciation of the cultural infrastructure, working environment and lifestyle of America's second-largest city among artists, donors and collectors large and small.

Jack Pierson, APPLAUSE, 1997. Aluminum, aluminum laminate, maple, plywood, Plexiglas, vinyl lettering, electrical components. Overall: 10 7/8 x 25 3/8 x 6 5/8 in. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.  Gift of Brenda R. Potter.

Jack Pierson, APPLAUSE, 1997. Aluminum, aluminum laminate, maple, plywood, Plexiglas, vinyl lettering, electrical components. Overall: 10 7/8 x 25 3/8 x 6 5/8 in. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Gift of Brenda R. Potter.

The latest and greatest from Wayland Middle School's Visual Art classes, Wayland, Massachusetts.

The latest and greatest from Wayland Middle School's Visual Art classes, Wayland, Massachusetts.

Monique van Genderen. March 18, 2006 - July 30, 2006.---Monique van Genderen creates large-scale wall paintings that make use of adhesive vinyl with various reflective, translucent, and matte finishes. Solid architectural surfaces are transformed into changeable spaces through the play of light on the materials, which shift, disappear, and reappear as one passes by.

Monique van Genderen. March 18, 2006 - July 30, 2006.---Monique van Genderen creates large-scale wall paintings that make use of adhesive vinyl with various reflective, translucent, and matte finishes. Solid architectural surfaces are transformed into changeable spaces through the play of light on the materials, which shift, disappear, and reappear as one passes by.

Linn Meyers. May 7, 2011 - November 3, 2011.---Time is central to the work of Washington DC-based artist Linn Meyers, whose practice revolves around drawing. Each dense and intricate ink line drawing is the result of a nearly meditative process by which Meyers lays down consecutive lines into largely organic forms, creating rhythmic repetitive patterns. For her Hammer Project, Meyers will make a large-scale, site-specific wall drawing on the Hammer’s lobby wall.

Linn Meyers. May 7, 2011 - November 3, 2011.---Time is central to the work of Washington DC-based artist Linn Meyers, whose practice revolves around drawing. Each dense and intricate ink line drawing is the result of a nearly meditative process by which Meyers lays down consecutive lines into largely organic forms, creating rhythmic repetitive patterns. For her Hammer Project, Meyers will make a large-scale, site-specific wall drawing on the Hammer’s lobby wall.

Arts Education: Learning How to See | Anna Akbari, Ph.D.

Arts Education: Learning How to See

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