Tucked away in a corner of Isla Vista, Calif., in one of the most party-heavy square miles along the coast, sits a little blue house. Foam particles often lay scattered across the driveway and a slight stench of resin stagnantly lingers in the air.
If you can believe it, it's already time for us to release another issue of amadeus. Issue 07 features some of the brightest and most talented artists in our creative orbit! Join us for the release of one of our finest issues to date at OGalleryLA in Hollywood.
Boston based artist, Josh Jefferson uses crayons, colored pencils and common acrylic paint, often found upon torn out pages of art history books. It is not uncommon to flip over a Jefferson drawing to find yourself staring at the image of a famed piece by Mondigliani or Titian. Check out photos from Jefferson's show at Gallery 16 via one of amadeus’ fresh new photographers, Mira Laing.