About Seth
Seth Armstrong is an artist, born and raised in Los Angeles. After studying painting in Northern Holland, he received his BFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and Oakland. He likes to paint flying cars and pretty ladies, among other things. After 9 years away from home, he now lives and works back in Los Angeles.
http://www.setharmstrong.com
Current city: Los Angeles
Seth Armstrong is an artist, born and raised in Los Angeles. After studying painting in Northern Holland, he received his BFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and Oakland. He likes to paint flying cars and pretty ladies, among other things. After 9 years away from home, he now lives and works back in Los Angeles.
 
If you make it to the top, you can get an incredible 360 degree view of practically all of Los Angeles. Below you to the South is Hollywood, and beyond that, on a clear day, you can see over a hundred miles of mini malls all the way to Mexico. To the West on your right go the hills until they turn into mountains and meet the Pacific Ocean. Behind you to the North stretches the entire San Fernando Valley, above which stand the gorgeous San Gabriel mountains. To the East the mountains eventually disappear above hundreds of miles of urban sprawl, and beyond that is the dessert.
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Did you ever see the movie “Chinatown” with Jack Nicholson? IT'S JUST LIKE THAT but with good food, good art, and less incest.
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Need some socks? Need some pants? Bacon wrapped hot dogs? Remote control helicopter? A rabbit? Look no further than the Fashion District, L.A.'s version of a Turkish Bazaar. I keep my studio here, too.
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The Red Lion Tavern has been a neighborhood tavern in Los Angeles for over fifty years (which is a long time for L.A.), and continues to serve as a landmark for traditional German food, a wide selection of German beer, and cozy Old World atmosphere. Plus the waitresses all wear lederhosen, and it's blocks away from my parents' house.
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I consistently spend a lot of time here. It's the most relaxing place in the city.
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