Tag: Abstract Art

A Night at the Main Museum: The Newest Downtown LA Museum

Artist Clara Berta with Silver Lining Minimalism painting and Director Allison Agsten
On November 1st, 2018 I had the pleasure of participating in Office Hours, an art exhibition at the Main Museum, the newest addition to the Downtown LA museum community. Unlike other Los Angeles museums, the Main Museum is focused on art from Downtown Los Angeles-based artists. Office Hours is Open Office Hours, now in its third year, is one of […]
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Art Wallpaper: A New Way to Bring Art Home

Artist Clara Berta's Dreamy art wallpaper mural available on Feathr.com
What is Art Wallpaper Wallpaper has made a major comeback in the world of interior design. However, today’s wallpaper options go beyond a pretty repeating pattern. Art wallpaper is a reproduction of a painting or photo by that you can affix to your wall as a large-scale mural. It’s a unique and affordable way to bring fine art from an […]
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An Artist’s Journey Through The Broad Museum

Clara Berta at the Broad Museum
The Broad Museum is my favorite museum in Downtown Los Angeles and a wonderful addition to the city’s art scene. I remember the first time I went to The Broad, I was so excited that I reserved tickets far in advance so I could go on opening day.  As I walked inside, I was greeted by a sculpted concrete cavern […]
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Storytelling Through Abstract Art Panel with Clara Berta

A storytelling through art panel discussion with Abstract Artists, “The Narrative Behind the Image,”  at “The Summer Fantasy” exhibit featuring Scott Forrest, Terrell Moore, Suzan Woodruff and Clara Berta at the DTLA Terrell Moore Gallery took place Sunday, August 18th 4-6 p.m. The discussion, moderated by Curator Dale Youngman, engaged four contemporary abstract artists, including this month’s featured artist in […]
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