Aaron De La Cruz
Aaron De La Cruz is based in San Francisco, CA. His work, though minimal and direct at first, tends to overcome barriers of separation and freely steps in and out of the realms of painting and design.
“De La Cruz filled the blank Eastridge Center walls in a way no one else could, with a hand-painted black and white design utilizing scissor lifts and brushes,” explained Barr.
Kelsey Montague is one of very few artists who are exploring how illustration, public art, interactive art and social media intersect. She believes that art should not be separated from the human experience, but instead, the human experience should have a hand in creating the art itself.
Brendan Monroe was born in Santa Barbara and studied at Art Center in Pasadena. A sculptor and painter, Brendan’s work is available in California, at Galerie L.J. in Paris, and has been exhibited in Asia, Europe and North America. Brendan used brushes for his piece at Eastridge Center to create something very distinct, black and white, with an almost techy feel.