Supahcute Science Fair has been popular with kids and adults alike, and the show is still going strong at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland! Art nerds and science fanatics of all ages will definitely find soemthing to love here.
Leslie Levings’ So Many Wonders sold during the online preview, but I encourage you to see it in person. Seriously amazing!!
Vanessa Ramirez’s monsters all sold out on opening night, but TeslaCake’s limited edition prints are still available. Check out Supahcute Science Fair online or in person at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland through April 27!
On May 10, Leanna Lin’s Wonderland and Supahcute are proud to present Doggie Wonderland “Fun Adventures with Your Best Friend.” All proceeds from this group art exhibition and benefit will be donated to Ken-Mar Rescue, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit small dog rescue. The sneak previews have been rolling in and every single piece looks amazing! Here is a tiny sneak preview of what you’ll see at Doggie Wonderland…
“Loyal Friends” by Jerrod Maruyama will be available as a framed giclee on paper and comes signed. Only one framed piece will be available at the show.
Bubi Au Yeung created a new print for the show titled “We Are Friends.” Only one print will be available. If you want either of these adorable pieces, I suggest you arrive to the opening early!
Doggie Wonderland opens with a reception at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland on Saturday, May 10 (6-10pm). Remember, this is a “cash and carry” show with all works priced at $100 and under. Because this is a “cash and carry” show, we will NOT have an online preview. Attendees of the opening reception will get first dibs, and remaining artwork will be available online a few days after the opening event.
The latest art corner at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland features the bright, cheerful work of Oscar Rosales, creator of Bleenkies. The “Smile It Up!” show marks the debut of his newest bleenkie character, Fox E. Mcgee.
The “Smile It Up!” art corner gallery includes prints, canvas paintings, button packs, and hand-painted ornaments. Check it out at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland through April 27. You can also view and purchases artwork from the show at Leanna’s webshop.
This Drab Fairybug painting by Shing Yin Khor is still available at Supahcute Science Fair! Visit Leanna Lin’s Wonderland in Eagle Rock, or purchase it online.
Her Butterwinged Fairybugs 1 painting is also still available! Shing created 7 paintings for this show, and the other 5 sold on opening night. So, don’t miss out on the last two!
Oregon friends, save the date for “Dubious Beasts: Symbiosis” at Archimdes Gallery! This is Shing’s second duo show with Leslie Levings, and you already know it’s going to be amazing.
On April 5, Giant Robot is proud to present Suspects, a group exhibition featuring featuring Albert Reyes, Sean Chao, KMNDZ, Ray Young Chu, Prodip Leung & Aaron Brown. The opening reception takes place on April 5 from 6:30 – 10 pm, and the show runs through April 23.
Everything Sean Chao creates is magical! To see more preview images, visit Giant Robot on Flickr.
About the show: It’s always difficult to encapsulate the work of six artists who are participating in one exhibition. The theme is that each of them creates characters which ultimately become topics of questions and thoughts, hence, Suspects.
Artists Albert Reyes, KMNDZ, Sean Chao Art, Ray Young Chu and Aaron Brown reside in the LA area, while Prodip Leung hails from Hong Kong. Each approach art from different backgrounds which include graffiti, illustration, music and simple creativity.