Description Birthed in the cold Pacific Ocean and raised in international waters, Sharkie Stiles swam to the Lamp Arts program in 2014. The bulk of Sharkie's visual artistry is acrylic and mixed media abstract paintings, and in the near future will include murals in the greater Los Angeles area. Sharkie hopes to encourage ongoing outreach of the Lamp Arts program and connect with a broader audience of arts enthusiasts.
Studio 526 Arts Center, Los Angeles - Skid Row neighborhood Member Since June 2011 Artist Statement The People Concern’s Studio 526 (formerly Lamp Arts Program) is community arts and cultural platform in Los Angeles’ Skid Row neighborhood, rooted in the understanding that equitable access to arts and cultural spaces is essential for all people and communities, and a fundamental human right.
Studio 526 currently consists of painting, drawing and music studio sessions, complemented by workshops exploring other creative avenues from writing to photography as well as periodic art shows, collaborations and other participatory projects.
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