My biggest issue with South Coast Repertory’s production of Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice is that I know this play well and consequently what it should be. Actually, no. My biggest issue with SCR’s production is that I felt the need to immediately preempt my companion by reassuring him upon our departure, “No, really, this is one of my favorite plays; please read it.” Were one to base his assessment solely on this production, incredulity would be warranted and my own passion rendered incomprehensible.
We figured it would be slightly fitting on the first day of October to have some nature, almost Autumn-in-LA art pieces to share. Devin Tsuno is an artist and LA native who is currently working within these mixed media pieces that are a combination of paint, acrylic, and handmade paper. They represent semi-tropical nature in subdued bright colors and hint toward a city like Los Angeles’ influence on its natural surrounding.
Friday Poketo held their first big, artsy, fun in-store event. If you remember, it was a quick pop-up shop for The Bold Italic that went by the name Bold Rush. Friday was the “opening party” which was followed by a “closing party” the next night. We only made it to the opening event and, as you can see, it was the same fun as usual in the Arts District.
Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson live an artistic lifestyle. They are careful and creative in everything that they do, their artistry extending from canvases and gallery walls into how they live and what surrounds them. Visiting their Silver Lake home is like entering into an ideological sanctuary that forms when you collide mixed media art, high end craft, locavore culture, and a way of living: that is Chris and Johanna’s artistic lifestyle.
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