Ten50 South Grand. Large Canvas Painting by Chris Trueman
Inspired by Los Angeles art and film history, the aesthetic direction of the art collection at Ten50 is aimed to reflect the sophistication of contemporary urban nightlife found at the heart of the city's Arts District. The mix of moody and industrial glam interiors provide an intimate and elegant atmosphere to urban dwelling.
Welcoming guests and residents upon entry is a tall commissioned artwork by Los Angeles artist Chris Trueman. Trueman's work exudes warmth and depth achieved by layering inch metallic colors creating a distressed yet luxurious and alluring drip effect. The piece is a celebration of the many layers of industrial charm and sophistication found in the city's Art History and cinematic Hollywood roots that makes Los Angeles come to life at night.
Spirit Photo: Salvador Dali 2012 by Jeffrey Vallance
Located at the elevator lobby entry level at Ten50LA, this photograph taken by Jeffrey Vallance endeavors to capture the essence of the spirits of the artists he encountered using digital technology. Each "Spirit Photo" represents what Vallance saw in his mind's eye during several seances, which were performed live and captured on video.
Paramount 2016 by Mara De Luca
Mara De Luca's epic painting of mixed media on canvas is located at the dining lounge area of Ten50's owners lounge. Her work explores a variety of art historical references from action painting of the Abstract Expressionists to late 19th century Romanticism. Inspired by the landscape of everyday life in Los Angeles with it's traffic, billboard advertising and the "stunning natural beauty of coexisting in a cultural climate of facile content.