Jennica Atkinson is a multidisciplinary creative, living and working in
California. With an education background in graphic design and
photography, Jennica’s practice has led her to work professionally as a
designer, art director, and photographer for the past 8 years. She is currently living where people stop to watch the sunset in Santa Monica, CA.
b. 1986, Baltimore, Maryland. Based in Los Angeles, California
2010 BA, Major in Graphic Design, Towson University, Towson, Maryland
2006 Certificate in Photography, Harford Community College, Bel Air, Maryland
Santa Monica, CA, Fresh StART, Arena 1 Gallery - February 2018
One of my favorite things to do on weekends is to head to Grand Central Market for brunch, grab a few glasses of wine at the Oyster bar and then roam around downtown collecting pigeons.
Over the past few years the market has been modernized and has become a really trendy spot, but it still retains aspects of what it was like decades ago.
Some of my favorite stands are The Oyster Gourmet, Sarita's Pupuseria and the Belcampo Meat Co.
There is absolutely no reason to go to this museum, which is the very reason why you should go! If you're stuck on run-of-the-mill, socially-relevant, highly-educational museum experiences, then Chuck E. Cheese would be more enlightening, but if your idea of a good afternoon is sifting through hand-made treasures at an alzheimer patients rummage sale, then I've got your spot! It's very small, dimly lit, and not many of the displays actually function, but it does encapsulate a very distinct, random, getting-away-with-it spirit, which courses through the finest of Los Angelenos.