“Usually Art HERstory schools you ladies on the amazing female artists of the past that you may not have known about. You’re welcome. This week we’re featuring an LA-based artist who is making much noise in the industry. Allison Torneros is something like an art prodigy.
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“But the heart and soul of the show is still her incredible paintings, which combine saturated colors, lavish abstraction, and thickly painted figures and imagery to create a powerful but elusive sensation in the viewer which she describes as, “the feeling you get when you’re just waking up from a dream. When images emerge from a kind of fog, and you’re just starting to piece things together — but it’s really the feeling that’s what you remember.”
Found my ad in BlueCanvas at Barnes&Noble. December 3rd be there!
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PRESS RELEASE FOR MY UPCOMING SHOW:
New Works by Allison Torneros
Streams of Subconsciousness at Hold Up Art
OPENING RECEPTION ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2011
Exhibition Runs through December 28, 2011
at HOLD UP ART
358 E. 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
It’s such an honor for me to be featured amongst some amazing illustrtive talent in this book! Photos after the jump.
Back in 2009 AssemblyLine Collective did an interview with me about my work and my process. However for one reason or another, the article was never finished by the original writer. Though it’s rough and incomplete, I wanted to share this anyway because I feel like it describes my work pretty well. Enjoy!
With the success of Nom Nom Truck, food truck branding and design have become my niche! Here I am on AOL Small Business giving advice on developing a strong brand for startup food trucks. Visit Link
12ftDwende covers my San Francisco solo show last August, 2009. Read the article here.