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Studio Available!

Ground Floor has a spacious studio for rent. If you are interested in joining our community of artists, message us. Spread the word!

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Self and Surroundings

Our new group show organized by Naomi Bartlett will be open during the WeHo Art Crawl this Saturday from 6-9pm! Come check out the diverse work from all our studio artists!

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An Interview with Georganna Greene

Georganna Greene has a solo show, Adagio, coming up February 10th-March 5th at Red Arrow Gallery! The opening reception will be February 10th from 6-9pm. Below is a recent interview with Georganna: Georganna Greene is a painter that works to bridge abstraction with … Continue reading

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A Year in Review

As we look forward to a new year, here is what 2017 had to offer at Ground Floor:        Our 5th Annual Juried Show, dubbed Otherworldliness by curator Austin Thomas, hosted 12 artists, working with photography, printmaking, painting, and … Continue reading

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This Saturday: Book Release Party

Please join us tomorrow (12/23) at the book release party for Extended Play Press’ newest book, We Love You We Know You Always Watch We Will Try to Do Better Next Year. The book features illustrations and art by 17 artists; many … Continue reading

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Open this Saturday!

We want to give a big thank you to everyone that came out for the opening of Rods and Ribbons as well as the amazing press we received for the event! If you missed it, or would like a chance … Continue reading

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A New Interview Series

The first in our series of interviews with Ground Floor’s studio mates, Erin Murphy is an artist deeply invested in exploring materials and diverse methods. Despite the emphasis on medium, you can easily describe her work as poetic. She is … Continue reading

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