Our Sponsors

Founded in 1988, the Art-to-Art Palette Journal (AAPJ) began publishing and established its central objective: ". . . to serve as a contributing media for the promotion and support of the arts, an advocate for continued education and for the organizations, groups, societies, clubs and creative minds throughout the United States including beyond its borders." AAPJ has published at various digital and print cycles, especially when it served as the national spokesmedia for Art-to-Art: Building Friendships Through Art (1986-2006), a national 501c3 art education entity. Today, it continues its platform, serving as a visual ‘historical’ validation document about those who have made a difference in and for the Arts and Educational communities. www.arttoartpalettejournal.com.


The Dreaming Zebra Foundation was established in Portland, OR, in the interest of promoting greater access to the arts for children and young adults. Our founders recognized a pressing need in many communities for the promotion of charitable donations of art and music supplies to support individuals, schools, and other nonprofit organizations serving youth and the arts. With the help of our volunteers, donors, and sponsors, DZF provides new and gently recycled art supplies, musical instruments, and other creative resources to those in need. We also strive to raise community awareness and support for arts education in the future.

Dreaming Zebra foundation

KCRW "Art Talk" presents art reviews, news and announcements from KCRW's resident art critic, Edward Goldman. Since 1988, Edward Goldman has been the art critic at KCRW, the LA-based National Public Radio affiliate station, with a weekly program titled "Art Talk." Both fearless and fun, Edward offers a unique "accent" on art. Formerly employed by the famed Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, and a favorite on-air presence, he offers impassioned views on what he sees in the galleries and museums and at events throughout the world, and he isn't afraid to "speak truth to power."


Phantom Galleries LA is a Los Angeles County based organization that transforms vacant storefront windows into 24/7 public art galleries. Each installation is a unique relationship between the participating Artist, Curator, Property Owner and the Community that the exhibit is in. Exhibits are curated by local Arts Organizations, Los Angeles based Galleries, Independent Curators, and Los Angeles based Artists. The project gives local artists an opportunity to exhibit their work, while fostering economic development by drawing attention to available retail space. The project promotes the creative communities of Los Angeles to a broader audience. By pooling our resources we can create goodwill and a sense that Los Angeles is a single community booming with culture.


The Loft at Liz's is a unique gallery space that strives to provide support and exposure for emerging and established artists and artisans from California and beyond. The Loft at Liz’s goal is to provide a venue that fosters an open dialogue between eclectic and diverse points of view, ideologies and experiences. The Loft at Liz’s owner - Liz Gordon has established in her gallery an pace, rhythm and style for her shows that have makes each new opening at The Loft at Liz's an event not to be missed.


Vision Framework
Do you want to learn how to make best use of your time, fire up your creative juices, and successfully manage your money matters? Let Marina Darlow be your personal consultant for Success Management. She will walk and talk it through for you, and provide answers for all your questions, even those you had thought you were not ready to ask.

Marina will guide you how to best track and manage your actions, both strategic and day-to-day. She will help make your physical and mental environment more user friendly. As a result you will be able to free up more time, energy and mental space for your creative pursuits. She will also provide an assessment of the business side of your artistic ventures and come up with a list of feasible strategies that will make your life easier and help you achieve success. With Marina's help, your talent will bring you the material fruits in monetary expression that you deserve!

For all Lark Gallery's Represented Artists, Marina is offering a half hour of free Success Management consultation.

Classical Underground - where ART rules an illustrious camaraderie of artists, musicians and friends joining in their subversive belief in eternal, enduring, ever-present living ART. Classical Underground is a cause-driven growing cultural movement and a cross-discipline platform, which includes and incubates Chamber Music Series, Representational Fine Art Showcase, New Paris Lecture Series, Gang Prevention Fine Art Mentorship Program, Recording Label, Web-Based Publishing and more...


The Josephson Retreat House, a subsidiary of Josephson & Partners, Inc., (JPI), was established in Lake Arrowhead, California in 2006 to promote strong family bonds, fellowship, relaxation, creativity, rest and fun, by encouraging families and their friends to spend quality time together by retreating from their busy routine and enjoying the blessings of life in this beautiful mountain resort community. JPI is an investment firm that invests in real estate and fine arts through property acquisition/rentals and thorough mentoring and career development.


The goal of i-Cadenza is to help performing artists promote themselves online. The founders of i-Cadenza, Jennifer Chernick and Julia Torgovitskaya believe in finding artist personal voice and helping broadcast it to the world through social media. They help to get up close and personal with artists you know and love as well as those you've yet to discover.


Bleicher/Golightly Gallery specializes in investible works by artists that have crossed traditionally contentious art ideologies, including expressive-conceptual, insider-outsider, high-low and figurative-abstract. The gallery is located at 1431 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90401. BGartdealings.com Gallery hours are 1-6pm Sunday-Wednesday, 1-10pm Thursday- Saturday, or by appointment. The director of Bleicher/Golightly Gallery is Om Navon.