Tag Archives: Los Angeles

  • rumba in Angeleno Magazine

    I was one of Pressed Juicery‘s first customers when co-founder Carly Brien launched her vision of bringing health and nutrients back into our daily diets through juicing. Renowned for its delicious citrus, root, and green combinations and innovative cleanses, the shop has quickly become a success and opened locations throughout Los Angeles. I met Carly …

    More  →
  • Our smallest satisfied client

    Darling Matilda’s parents wanted to get their custom rumba Boomerang chair completed before Matilda entered the world, so last September we were choosing possible upholstery options with Nicole and Ian, promising to meet the deadline! Since all our custom pieces are made-to-order in Los Angeles, they had their beautiful Boomerang chair in Knoll’s gorgeous Venue …

    More  →
  • 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 …

    More  →
  • The Brimfield Experience

    Last month, while traveling throughout New York and Massachusetts, setting up my son for his sophomore year at Bard, visiting with Cynthia Wick, and shopping up a storm on New York’s infamous Warren Street, I also experienced, for the first time, the mecca of all outdoor antique shows – the incomparable Brimfield fair. With over …

    More  →
  • 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 …

    More  →
  • 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 …

    More  →
Updating…
  • No products in the cart.