Tag Archives: Art

  • D I G I T A L opens at rumba on October 18th

    We’re thrilled to present D I G I T A L, an exhibition featuring the abstract work of artists Max Estenger and Steven Van Nort. The opening reception at rumba is on October 18th, from 5-8 PM and this show will be on view until December 12th. D I G I T A L combines …

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  • David Warren Gibson’s paintings at rumba

    I first spotted David Warren Gibson’s wonderful artwork on the walls of Caffe Delfini in Santa Monica Canyon over a year ago and he and I exchanged a few emails back and forth. Finally, after a recent visit to his studio here in Los Angeles, we brought a collection of his figurative and still life …

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  • Visiting Nashville: Part Two

    The second leg of my Nashville adventures brought me to abstract artist Jimmy Abegg’s studio in the May Hosiery Mill, the oldest sock mill in the South (founded in 1908), now called The Chestnut Square studios by its artist studio and entrepreneurial tenants. We’ve shown Jimmy’s work at rumba for the past couple of years, …

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  • Art Los Angeles Contemporary

    Last weekend, from January 24-27, the fourth annual Art Los Angeles Contemporary Fair took place at Barker Hangar. We managed to sneak in a few hours on its very last day to check out the goods. Not only was it especially enlivening to see such a great collection of contemporary art from all over the …

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  • Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective

    On Wednesday, September 12th, LACMA held a memorial and private viewing of the much-deserved retrospective for beloved sculptor, Ken Price, who passed away earlier this year, surrounded by his family in their home in Taos, New Mexico. This exhibition was three years in the making, the design of the show by Ken’s close friend Frank …

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  • rumba presents iPad Paintings by L.A. original Cynthia Wick – opening reception at rumba Saturday, March 3rd

    When Angeleno Cynthia Wick gave up her Hollywood career thirteen years ago, she returned to her truest calling and once again began making art. After receiving her BFA from UCLA and studying at the School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, and the Art Students’ League in New York City, Wick devoted two decades …

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  • Palm Springs Modernism Show

    This weekend marks the 12th annual celebration of the Palm Springs Modernism Show and Sale at The Palm Springs Convention Center, a mainstay of the much-lauded Modernism Week, and this three- day long event promises up to 90 exhibitors, many hailing from the West Coast, but those as far-flung as New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Detroit, …

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  • rumba’s tag sale on One Kings Lane begins tomorrow, June 28th!

    rumba’s online One Kings Lane tag sale runs the gamut from furniture and tabletop accessories to textiles and art and goes live tomorrow at 6 p.m. PST! From Tuesday, June 28th – Saturday, July 2nd, we’ve got approximately 200 rumba items discounted anywhere from 30%-70%. To register and gain access to some of the best …

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  • Artist Ned Evans – Pray for Surf

    An intrepid traveler with an endless passion for the ocean, abstract artist Ned Evans has explored parts of Morocco, Costa Rica, Hawaii, El Salvador, Barbados and is currently surfing the waves of San Juanico, Mexico (as shown below), a tiny fishing village that virtually requires a midday siesta after a morning of surf and a …

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  • Our thoughts and prayers are with Baby

    Artist Baby Bryan is a life force, loved and admired by so many people. Not only is she an accomplished painter, but an expert horse back rider/jumper. Last Friday, May 20th she was riding in a local horse show and her horse fell through the jump and Baby was thrown. Due to the fall, she …

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