Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Las Vegas artist James Stanford has completed his new mural at The Neon Museum’s Reed Whipple building. The monumental mural, entitled “From the Land Beyond,” taken from the film “The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad” (1958), was commissioned by the Cultural Corridor Coalition as part of the beautification of Downtown Las Vegas through public art projects. Read More
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Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: In our latest podcast episode, American multi-media artist James Stanford tells of the extraordinary experience that convinced him to become an artist, how his art is influenced by his Zen Buddhist beliefs and about his love for his hometown of Las Vegas. Read More
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: On June 6, artist James Stanford debuted a 154-by-19-foot mural on the Neon Museum's recently-acquired Reed Whipple building (821 Las Vegas Blvd. N.), titled “From the Land Beyond.” Featuring imagery from Old Vegas casinos, the mural has a cinematic, dreamlike quality. Stanford, 72, says he has “experienced every change that’s come down” in Las Vegas. With
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Last September, Las Vegas artist James Stanford began designing a large-scale mural for an abandoned building in downtown Las Vegas that used to be the Ukulele Lounge. He had collaborated with the Cultural Corridor Coalition, raised capital, designed for three external walls, and had crews go out to clean up the area and paint the building
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: In the following interview we speak with American artist, photographer and entrepreneur James Stanford. A pioneer in the digital arts movement, leader in the development of the Las Vegas arts community, founder of his own publishing house, and devout Buddhist artist, Stanford and his practice are unique and eclectic. From complex digital photomontages to light installations
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: James Stanford is a longtime Buddhist artist with a distinct aesthetic and inspiration. Last November, he donated his “Budding Buddha” art to the Art for Tibet exhibit and auction at Gallery Eight in New York, which was organized by Students for a Free Tibet. Read More
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Students for a Free Tibet is pleased to announce the 9th annual Art for Tibet benefit auction and exhibition, taking place in New York in November 2019. Art for Tibet brings together artists and activists to celebrate, commemorate, and support the Tibetan peoples’ nonviolent freedom struggle against occupation. Read More
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Las Vegas digital artist James Stanford will be donating his monumental work ‘Budding Buddha’ to Art For Tibet for their 9th annual auction and exhibition in support of the Tibetan peoples’ nonviolent freedom struggle against occupation. Founded in 2009, Art for Tibet will be taking place in New York on Thursday November 7 2019, and will
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: What’s iconic about Las Vegas? Ask anyone and they are likely to say the Strip with its world-renowned casinos, music venues and the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada” sign at the south end of the famous (or infamous depending on who you ask) boulevard. Betty Willis — the artist behind the neon sign that has
Your Content Goes Here Article Excerpt: Sensi Magazine September 2019 - Las Vegas Digital Edition. Read More