Can you see us now? (Fly Free)
Natural elements, the human figure and animal images are intertwined to express the importance of the balance of nature. With her arms wrapped in bandages symbolizing the need to heal, our storyteller reminds us of the raw beauty, but painful reality of the loss of many of earth’s beautiful creatures and the upset of the balance of all life as we know it. Recycled & found materials.
Inner Passage…(The gravitational pull of the moon and the tides of transition)
Our guardian... one who keeps watch and is part earth, sand & sea, is pulled back and forth by the ocean current, but remains steady & strong in her conviction to guard over these elements for the future. Recycled and found materials
The Bird Cage…(Cause & Effect)
From a natural perspective, recycled burlap coffee sacks with endangered animal images help to relay a message supporting the ethical treatment of animals, urging us to consider much thought before action. Recycled materials used throughout.
Sarah Hage is an artist working primarily in papier-mache. Weather permitting, you'll find her outside converting everything from newspapers and packing material to plastic bottles and plant stakes into functional and dysfunctional art. "My patio is my studio, the LA Weekly my clay, and the Southern California sun my kiln--life doesn't get any better than this."
Welcome to Monsanto Gardens
Lamp Community is a non-profit in Los Angeles’ Skid Row community organization that ends homelessness of Los Angeles' most vulnerable individuals, primarily adults with mental illness, through a continuum of services and housing.
Lamp Arts Program offers a safe and encouraging environment for the members to explore and develop their creative voice, find empowerment, collaborate, and positively affect their and the community’s social health.
A few volunteers, artists, and coordinators will be exhibiting at Art Avenue this year!
Welcome Alyson's first ever art show! She's a vegan who is passionate about nature who wants to show the viewer the beauty that we're missing in our daily life. She will have prints and art on display and we're very excited to have her!