Keith Lemley: Arboreal

Wood and neon become an unlikely combination in the artist's site-specific installation

Neon and wood aren’t the most likely of combinations, but Keith Lemley welds the two very different mediums into conversation in his latest show, “Arboreal.” For his first solo exhibition in New York, the artist—who has become known for his sculptural neon installations—has lit up the inside of Chelsea’s Mixed Greens Gallery with the geometric neon lines alone; the light is surprisingly bright but at …

Cool Hunting Video: Neon Museum

How the "neon boneyard" collects and repurposes Las Vegas' trademark art form

There are few distractions in Las Vegas outside the glaring light of the gambling halls, but one of the best also preserves the city’s light-filled legacy: the Neon Museum. This eclectic “neon boneyard” celebrates artifacts of Las Vegas’ native art form: the neon sign. Collecting donated signs, tracking down antiques in need of preservation, and even repairing signs that are returned to be on display …

Cry Wolf by Lisa Solberg

The Los Angeles painter brings her first dramatic exploration of nature to the gallery walls in Munich

LA-based Lisa Solberg paints with bold colorful strokes that convey elements of mystery that evoke an otherworldly spirituality. Her large-scale works reveal passion and intensity through layers upon layers of paint. After the success of her fishbowl-inspired “24HR PSYCHIC” gallery show of reflective canvases created with car paint, Solberg turned her attention to a more natural palette for “Cry Wolf” at Munich’s Super+ Centercourt Gallery. …