DONUT (art show)

Join us this upcoming Sunday, 6/11 at our Atwater Village office for a bicycle inspired art show titled DONUT featuring local artists Mark Cruz + Timothy McGee! The event will take place in conjunction with Ciclavia from 9am-4pm. Sponsored by Harmless Harvest.

3169 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles 90039





















About the Artists

Timothy McGee, is a student at Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) studying fine art focusing in sculpture and curatorial-ship. Through McGee‘s education he’s strengthened his work in a variety of mediums with a fixed interest in building sculpture. Interested in the accumulation of curvature forms, Timothy’s work is very recognizable through any medium and scale. Recently in LAVC’s Art Gallery Annual Student Fall 2017 Art Exhibition, two of McGee‘s sculptures were selected to be one view. McGee is involved in many community events within his college and in his community through facilitating events, artist talks, and communication. Timothy McGee is also a elite cyclist on the Endo Customs Concept Team and competes nationwide racing road and track bicycles.

Mark Cruz, a graduate from Cal State Long Beach, is a design engineer by day and an artist by night. Through the sheer boredom of his day job, he spends the remainder of his nights nestled in his studio in Burbank, CA practicing various mediums. Not wanting to commit himself to a single art form, Mark Cruz has collected several art related skills ranging from pen illustrations, silk screening, painting, sculpting, video editing + animating and most recently goldsmithing – specializing in gold teeth. Mark has been a cyclist for years and has competed in several bike polo events.


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