A purr-fect fit. That was the reaction to the invite from the Kitten Rescue Fur Ball to present one of my creations as part of their 25th anniversary in L.A. In “Mirror, Mirror, Who is the Feral of Them All”, I remarked a giclée from my Blue in the Face series that explores a pet… Continue reading Fur Ball fundraiser for Kitten Rescue in L.A.
The countdown is on for The Coaster Show at Gallery 30 South in Pasadena, California. Very excited to have new pieces in the show. Iris and Irene can be previewed here. Opening night is October 4.
It’s another trip to L.A. but this time with a twist. For the opening at Hive Gallery’s “Secret Art of Animators 2” show on Saturday, Oct. 3, I decided to send a representative in my place — an 11 in. x 14 in. acrylic on canvas painting titled In Your Dreams. The show highlights the… Continue reading Live at the Hive: L.A. animators art opening
Some Hollywood set designers took an interest in a few Bev Hogue blue paintings for an upcoming pilot earlier this year. After some back and forth on the cast of paintings, Suffragette, Boot Camp, Undercover Girl and Passion Flower were chosen to be positioned in the bedroom of actress Natalie Martinez for a TV series… Continue reading 15 minutes in blue fame
Tura Satana: an actor, force of nature, and now object of art. When the buxom Hollywood B-movie star died, her many fans mourned but the world awoke to her power and beauty. Many tributes, including one in L.A. in late 2014, helped tell Tura’s story. At a time in cinema when women were getting slapped… Continue reading Faster Pussycat Kill Kill!