This past Sunday I spent the day at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, to view Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947 – 2016 for the second time. It’s a fabulous exhibition and I could spend another few days there. (no photography allowed in the galleries)
After that a Black Dahlia at the Gallery Bar at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Gorgeous bar and great cocktails.
The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is one of the most historic and beautiful buildings in all of Downtown Los Angeles. If you have never been inside, you need to make time and check this place out. It is gorgeous. While you are there, stop in the Gallery Bar, right off the main entrance lobby for a cocktail. (from dtlaexplorer)
Ended up in Pasadena before heading home for some wine and sketching at Everson Royce – after laying down the initial sketch in graphite I added another heavier layer of conté and smudged it with a blending stick.
After that dinner at Union Pasadena:
Chef Bruce Kalman and Marie Petulla partnered to open UNION, a 50-seat restaurant and bar featuring a deeply personal, seasonally Californian interpretation of Northern Italian cuisine. They have created an intimate neighborhood restaurant that brings the farmer and guest together to celebrate the simplicity of ingredients and the delight of a meal with friends. http://unionpasadena.com/about/
Have you seen the show at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel? What did you think? Let me know in the comments & have a great week.
2 thoughts on “Sunday Arts District, DTLA + Pasadena”
Your sketch is great. The unique perspective is interesting and your values are beautiful!