Art Walk: George Pulido

Saturday, November 9, 2013 6pm-10pm



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George Pulido

George Pulido was born in Los Angeles and raised in the San Gabriel Valley. George first expressed himself through skateboarding and poetry. At the age of 18 it was with a paintbrush and the encouragement of his best friend, Damon Shindler, that George found his motivation to avoid the pitfalls of his surroundings and set his sights on higher goals.
Before long, he found an audience that was drawn to his work as an artist, and the interest of local collectors/investors allowed him to earn a living on his paintings. With the growing attention of art investors, he began to make a name for himself in the art community throughout the Los Angeles area.

As a newly established local artist, George then made the decision to tour parts of Europe—where he was inspired by the environment, architecture, and cultural vibrancy and incorporated it into his paintings. For months George worked closely with art collectors in Spain who were intrigued by his work.

George PulidoToday, George prides himself in doing freelance work centered in Southern California. His art can be seen, and has been featured, in various galleries and group showings locally. George’s paintings have also appeared in a number of Hollywood’s popular TV series including “Law and Order” and “Saving Grace” as well as films such as “Yes Man”. In his spare time, George has also given lectures at local colleges that motivate young, aspiring artists to challenge their imagination to reach new heights and explore their own means of self expression.

George is currently a featured artist in his local community, where he has his own gallery open to the public.

We all possess unique talents granted to us from above. My art is a gift from God, and I want nothing more than to share that gift with you.” –George Pulido

The Pottery Party with Isabella Hackerman

Isabella Hackerman began creating unique pottery pieces at the age of fourteen in a Claremont High School ceramics class. She went on to study at Cal Poly University and later with a private studio. She is a gifted young artist and we are honored to host her for this one night only sale. This is not only an exhibit of her maturity in ceramics, particularly in the arena of porcelain and sculpture, but also an end of the year Pottery Party.

Come out and celebrate with Isabella. She is displaying near to one hundred pieces, all priced to sell. To see some of her unique pieces, visit her Pinterest at pinterest.com/isabellalarose.

The Pottery Party is on Saturday, December 15th, from 5 to 10PM. Located upstairs in the M&M Electric Building at The LOFT by Chara Nicole.

Isabella Hackerman