Brain Pool Artists on exhibit in conjunction with the Indigenous Film Festival.

Brain Pool is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Indigenous Film Festival and Tiger Moon at Art Share LA in the arts district of downtown L.A.

Ten artists will be contributing to the exhibition of Protest Art in conjunction with the Indigenous Film Festival. The art show will be up from Friday, March 24 the first day of the festival thru that Saturday. 

Feel free to buy tickets to view the amazing films from around the world on Eventbrite. Here is a link to the entire 2 day event lineup: 

There is a wonderful meet and greet gala for the filmmakers and the artists on Saturday, March 25 from 8-10PM. There will be a jazz band, a bit of food to shore up your energy. Open bar for the first hour. Second hour is a no-host bar.

Artists exhibiting: 

Richard Ankrom

Mariel Fink

Michael Flechtner

Nikolas Soren Goodich

Kyle William Harper

Curt LeMieux  

Mike Saijo & Girlfriend (Name to Come) 

Sandra Vista

Margaret Von Biesen

Mike Saijo


Exposed a Brain Pool for Artists Panel Discussion

Friday, November 18, from 7-10PM Promptly

Announcing our panelists for Brain Pool for Artists-Exposed! 

Artists, Patrick Nissim and Jacob Patterson from Think Tank will be the moderators for Exposed.  See for more information about Think Tank:

Louis Jacinto a Los Angeles photographer, magazine publisher (Onodream Magazine) and blogger will share with us his thoughts on the fear of the word "No", and why you should not change your artistic vision in order to get a "Yes".

For more on Louis Jacinto visit his website:

Jason Hickey, come to us from Ireland. He is the Lead Environment Artist at Insomniacs Games. He will share with us tips on the new technology in gaming, and creating digital environments. Even, fine artists might find this interesting. See:

Patrick Paul McLynn brings a wide range of creative skills and experiences to our group. Lead fine artist at Lamps Plus for 35 years as well as worked at LA Talk Radio, worked at Walt Disney Imagineering and a survivor using his creative skills in other venues. He is an art ninja that is willing to share his secrets with you. Mr. McLynn will help us understand marketing and price points as well as other important items in a creative’s life.

This time around we will all pitch in for Pizza. But if you cannot afford it, no problem, just show up. We will be happy to have you join us. Cost $5.00 Feel free to use the Chip in tool here or just bring your 5 bucks. A couple of Vegan dishes will be available this time around, sorry about that Vegans from last time. BYOB mean bring your own drink of your choice, there will be various drinks available. 

Bring your portfolio or samples of your work to this event. We will have a one on one discussion with you, after the panelists speak, to help you understand the L.A. art scenes. More information to come.  

Brain Pool for Artists Meetup

My boyfriend keeps telling me that it is better to actually meet and talk to people in person. Yet each day I get on my computer and I am pretty much glued to it all day. I thought that it is time to break away from it and actually meet some of you. So I have started a Brain Pool for Artists Meetup. We are going to do a Pot Luck at my loft building in Downtown L.A. Hope you can make it. It wouldn't be a party without you. 

Check it out and RSVP!

Brain Pool for Artists

The world is whizzing by us. Let's slow it down. I will be creating a group called the Brain Pool for artists. I hope that we can work together to share our knowledge with each other. 

I will be posting information here. But we will also meet in person in various places in the L.A. area. 

Here is my first posting: Learn from Mr. Carder on how to choose color groups and mix your colors for painting. See more at his website here: