Sneak Preview ‘My Favorite Things’ Annual Holiday Cash & Carry Show



Get ready for the annual holiday ‘cash and carry’ show at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland: My Favorite Things! In the last group show of 2016, artists will explore their favorite subjects, just in time for the holiday gift-giving season.


All artwork will be 10″ x 10″ or smaller and ready to take home upon purchase.

Genevieve Santos


Artists: Aggie Cheung (The Little Red House)Angela SongBored Inc.Celina La FlacaEllia Ana HillFlat BonnieGenevieve SantosJared Andrew Schorr Jenna Puente (Paper Wilderness)KiraKiraDoodlesMelinda Tracy Boyce (Cactus Club)Orbital OxSaoZenSean ChaoShelley CouvillionThe Stranded Stitch

Jared Andrew Schorr

10% of the art sales will be donated to Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused solely on rescuing abused dogs and dogs from the meat trade throughout Asia.

Sean Chao

My Favorite Things
Annual Holiday Cash & Carry Show
Leanna Lin’s Wonderland
Opening Event: November 5 (6-9pm)

Shelley Couvillion

Vanessa Ramirez for Bewitching 6 at Stranger Factory


On Friday, October 7, Stranger Factory presents the latest installment of their annual Halloween group exhibition, Bewitching 6. Here’s your first look at 2 of 3 original sculptures that Vanessa Ramirez will display at the show!

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It’s been wonderful to watch Vanessa’s signature style evolve over the years. Her newest pieces gets me excited to see what she’ll bring to Designer Con!


About Bewitching 6: Stranger Factory is pleased to announce our Halloween group exhibition Bewitching VI in our main gallery. Bewitching is the annual Halloween group show featuring an eclectic and diverse group of artists creating their own personal versions of iconic Halloween-related imagery in a wide variety of styles and mediums. Halloween is an incredibly special holiday for Circus Posterus and Stranger Factory, and our favorite time of year. We hold many shows and events each year, but Bewitching is always one of our favorites, and we hope you’ll join us for this celebration of all things dark and spooky.