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Author: Joey Zhou Translation from Chinese: Joey Zhou Music: YouTube link - https://youtu.be/XnzxEGLaPxs

When I suddenly drank the blue water, the more I drank, the thirstier I became, and the more I drank! Finally, I unscrupulously jumped into the sea and drank the bitter and astringent sea water. Turns out I was in a dream...! I tried so hard to wake up, the more I tried to wake up, the more I couldn't wake up, and finally I heard a cat meow: "Meow........." I woke up and smelled it, it was cat pee, when I was in my dream the cat peed on my head... I looked at the calm cat in the moonlight. It turns out that love can taste like a cat.


(Written in Diamond Bar on July 2018)







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Artist Lisa Schulte meets LABA Blue-chip artist Jiannan Huang by video conference with TV host Joey Zhou at Mash Gallery


Los Angeles, California, USA. 15th May, 2022. On May 14, the Mash Gallery celebrated its new location at 812 La Cienega Avenue in Los Angeles, and held an exhibition called the "Formless Form". Joey Zhou the founder of The Beverly Arts, the Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) and the LABA International Arts Festival, was invited to attend. Selected artists included Haleh Mashian, Bruce MacDonald, Anthony Liggins, Kenny Nguyen, LeRone Wilson, Aman Shekarchi, Chase Langford, Alberto Sanchez, Bryan Ricci, Lisa Schulte and Frank Hyder.


Haleh Mashian, owner of Mash Gallery


Lisa Schulte, one of the winners at the Second LABA Icon Awards, was one of the artists chosen to participate in this exhibition by gallery owner Haleh Mashian Lahijani. Schulte is an American artist, also known as the "Queen of Neon", known for her expressive neon sculptures. Schulte began bending neon signs in the early 1980s, making custom neon signs and neon prop rentals for the entertainment industry under her Los Angeles-based neon studio Nights of Neon.


Joey Zhou and Lisa Schulte at Mash Gallery


TV host Joey Zhou


During the exhibition, Zhou contacted LABA Blue-chip artist Jiannan Huang by video conference, who was in his art studio in Beijing, China. Huang wanted to meet Schulte by video conference and see her artwork at the exhibition. Huang was one of the judges for the Second LABA Icon Awards, and had the opportunity to talk with her and congratulated Schulte on her success. Huang was awarded the title of "Count" by the Indonesian royal family, and "Royal Paladin of Constantine" by Italy. In 2020, Mr. Huang was invited by the LABA International Art Festival Organizing Committee to participate in the LABA International Art Festival as a Blue-chip artist. Last year, he was awarded honorary membership of the California Chapter of the Royal Society of St. George (RSSG). On March 17, 2022, RSSG awarded Mr. Huang the "Master of Arts" award, and LABA named March 2022 "Jiannan Huang Month.”


LABA Blue-chip artist Jiannan Huang







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Updated: May 16




Los Angeles, California, USA. 14th May, 2022. LABA Icon Award winner Lisa Schulte will be exhibiting as a part of the "Formless Form" exhibition held at the new home for the Mash Gallery in Los Angeles at 812 N. La Cienega Blvd., in the center of the art, entertainment, design and music community.

In celebration of the new Mash Gallery location, founder and owner of MASH Gallery, Haleh Mashian, selected a stellar selection of artists for the Grand Opening night on May 14th. Selected artists include Mashian herself and Bruce MacDonald, Anthony Liggins, Kenny Nguyen, LeRone Wilson, Aman Shekarchi, Chase Langford, Alberto Sanchez, Bryan Ricci, Lisa Schulte, and Frank Hyder.

Lisa Schulte is an American artist, also known as "The Neon Queen", who is best known for her work in expressive neon sculpture. Schulte started bending neon in the early 1980s, creating custom neon signs and neon prop rentals to the entertainment industry under her Los Angeles-based neon studio, Nights of Neon.

Haleh Mashian states, "I am incredibly excited to continue with my passion of bringing creative souls, patrons of art, and the community together. Mash Gallery will continue to be a hub for many facets of artistic expression, including contemporary fine art, fashion, and interior design. It has been an incredible journey to be part of the LA art scene and be involved with the growing and evolving zeitgeist."





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