Between Paint and Light: 2wenty and Gregory Siff at Loakal

Between Paint and Light: 2wenty and Gregory Siff at Loakal

About LuckyLo Art Gallery & Boutique

LuckyLo Art Gallery & Boutique (formerly known as Loakal) is an interdisciplinary creative space. Our gallery features rotating art shows by emerging and mid-career artists from the Bay Area and beyond. The adjoining boutique is stocked with handmade goods (apparel, jewelry, home decor and more) from over 100 independent designers.

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Artist: Gregory Siff, 2wenty
Dates: Jun 1st
Time: 11:30 am - 5:30 pm

Loakal is proud to present our latest exhibition, “Between Light and Paint,” featuring L.A. based painter Gregory Siff and photographer 2wenty. Gregory Siff has become one of the most prolific and exciting forces in the Los Angeles contemporary art scene. His work and personality has been popping up all across the city; most recently at ACE Museum where Gregory painted a mural for a charity art auction held by renowned auction house Christie’s and non-profit The Art of Elysium. Interview Magazine called Gregory’s 30 foot painting of the over 75 donating artist’s likeness “Epic.”

Gregory is truly a contemporary American artist. Creating images that blend Pop Art and Abstract-expressionism, Siff’s work is vibrant and arresting, with an emotionalism normally absent in urban art. His distinct handmade style merges unique elements of abstraction, street, and fine art; his technique coalesces the voice of a fearless child with the wisdom of a seasoned warrior.

Los Angeles street artist 2wenty, known for Facebook Social Cigarettes, expands his oeuvre into light painting photography. Through long exposures, the camera captures not only the subject, but also the source of light the artist moves across his “canvas” Within these detailed images there is a depth and other worldliness that records both place and passage of time.

Please join us Friday May 3rd at Loakal Gallery & Boutique for the opening reception of “Between Light and Paint.”