2014 Flashback: Inland Empire


Inhabiting the throne of the Greater Los Angeles area, the Inland Empire hosts a hive of artists eager to explore the melding of cultures and traditions on the outskirts of the metropolis. Today, we look back at five of 2014's featured articles from the Inland Empire. We hope you enjoy catching up on all the artistic discussions and activities that pervaded arts and culture in 2014.



Ricardo Breceda: Sorcerer of Sheet Metal


Ricardo Breceda is a legend in Borrego Springs for his sea monster creation and other metal sculptor creatures.



Nathaniel Osollo and Collaboration X


Nathaniel Osollo's "ART Friends," statues that speak through cell phones, encourage the public to engage with his artwork in new technological ways.



Sharon Zorn-Katz's Little Prints from Perris


Sharon Zorn-Katz's prints at the Riverside Art Museum capture her family's stories through her art.



The Riverside Legacy: California Plein Air Paintings Past and Present


In a new exhibition at the the Riverside Art Museum, featured works tell the history of plein air in Riverside and other parts of the Inland region.



Vital Signs: Revitalizing the Pulse of San Bernardino


The exhibition "Vital Signs" explores the vibrant melding of Hispanic and Anglo-American cultures indigenous to San Bernardino County.

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