Three artists will be showing their artwork at the Santa Monica Art Studios on June 13. There will opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. at Santa Monica Art Studios, 3026 Airport Ave.

Scott Horton was born in Seattle but came to Los Angeles to pursue his career. He created a series of work that was inspired by Route 66. He employed different styles and techniques that would best represent this piece of early Americana. His love for music, movies, pop and street art became the driving force for his most recent work. His “voice” in art expresses song lyrics as symbols, and famous icons as part of both past and present culture.

The paintings of Stephanie Visser will also be part of the exhibition. Visser’s paintings have been exhibited at FABstudio Gallery, bG Gallery at Bergamot Station, Wallspace, etc. Visser had a struggle with cancer but has won her battle. She is quite honest and open about her journey and says creating her art truly saved her.

Ty Cummings works with mixed media. He paints on wood metal and canvas and used found objects in his art. An only child, he was encouraged by his parents to create art.

Cummings graduated from California Institute for the Arts in 2012. He said one of the reasons he likes art is because it provokes thought.

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