Corey Helford Gallery Presents the Art of Motion

Starting Saturday, June 9, come to the Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City to see an exciting group show solely dedicated to the art of motion. Each of the artists that they’ve hand-picked show off their unique styles to demonstrate movement. From Sas Christian’s bright pixelated paintings to Benjamin Bryce Kelley’s beautiful bronze sculpture, you’ll get to experience bold work filled with incredible energy.

In this special preview, sent directly to us from the gallery, enjoy some of the artworks you can expect to find.

Above: “Attack The Wall” by Sas Christian

“Sweetheart on Lincoln” by Sas Christian

“Turning Point” by Ray Caesar

“She Who Sunk Below the Surface” by Melissa Forman

“Dark Dancer” by Hush

“Yelms Passage” by Amy Sol

“The Magnificent Honesty of Space” by Joe Sorren

“A Mirage, A Dream…” by Stella Im Hultberg

“Unraveling” by Benjamin Bryce Kelley

Corey Helford Gallery website

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Portraits of Legendary Musicians Painted on Vinyl Records

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