Pepperdine art teacher draws on her own success to guide students to theirs

Pepperdine art teacher draws on her own success to guide students to theirs

Adjunct Art Professor Yvette Gellis always knew she was going to be an artist. Today, her notable art exhibitions and residencies can be found all over the world in Taiwan, France and Austria, as well as locally at the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica.  She has been teaching at Pepperdine since Summer 2014 [...]
L.A. Arts – Sacred Spaces

L.A. Arts – Sacred Spaces

As part of the Beach+Culture Out of the Blue program, Yvette Gellis has painted a 450-foot long mural in front of the Annenberg Community Beach House. Out of the Blue is designed to offer the general public chance encounters with art and art-making at the Beach House. READ MORE: https://laartsonline.com/arts/
Mural Invites Beachgoers to Stroll Inside

Mural Invites Beachgoers to Stroll Inside

The Annenberg Community Beach House commissioned abstract artist Yvette Gellis to install a captivating 450 foot mural along their ocean-facing fence. It’s part of their "Beach=Culture" Out of the Blue series which provides cultural programming throughout the year to beachgoers in Santa Monica. As part of Arts Month 2021, the program intends to bring a [...]

The Vista at Durden and Ray | Art and Cake

by Lorraine Heitzman The Vista: Twenty Views into the City Organized by Max Presneill and Wade Schuster Durden and Ray, Los Angeles through March 1 READ MORE: https://artandcakela.com/2020/02/20/the-vista-at-durden-and-ray/

Editors’ Roundtable

by David S. Rubin One of the most thoughtful exhibitions of 2018 was "The Feminine Sublime," a small group show featuring mostly paintings by five women artists. Organized by Constance Mallinson for the recently closed Pasadena Museum of California Art, the exhibition included works by Merion Estes, Yvette Gellis, Virginia Katz, Marie Thiebault and Mallinson. [...]