Saatchi Art And The Jealous Curator Bring Emerging Artists Series To Helms Bakery

Saatchi Art And The Jealous Curator Bring Emerging Artists Series To Helms Bakery
September 21, 2015 Helms Bakery

We love a sizzling summer as much as the next person, but enough already! In honor of the balmy SoCal weather, Helms Bakery is partnering with Saatchi Art and The Jealous Curator to bring you a collection called California Girls. The show features California-inspired works by six Los Angeles-based artists, Ophelia Chong, Kelly PuissegurLaurie Raskin, Jill SykesErin Tengquist, and Stephanie Vovas. Check out Saatchi Art’s one-on one chat with The Jealous Curator Danielle Krysa and find out what inspires her curation process.

The exhibit is on view September 22nd –29th at 8745 Washington Boulevard, Culver City. Hours are 10am-5pm and by appointment. All works are on sale at the exhibition in Los Angeles and online at Saatchi Art.

An opening reception will take place Thursday, September 24th from 6pm-9pm. For more details and to RSVP, please visit:

Curator’s Statement
Sun-kissed, feminine, strong, and just a little bit sexy—okay—a lot sexy. Maybe it’s the Canadian in me, but I’ve always imagined California girls to be exactly that, and this work proves my theory. ‘California Girls’ is a collection of work by six very talented Los Angeles-based female artists. From bulldogs in bathing suits to large-scale botanicals, these women obviously have their own unique styles, but what ties their work together is confidence—beautiful, bold confidence—whether it’s through scale, color palette, sassy subject matter, or all of the above. Yes, this Canadian girl is completely smitten by these California girls. ~ Danielle Krysa, The Jealous Curator