Our Palm Springs Gallery

Our Palm Springs gallery is a sanctuary for radical artistic expression, embracing the essence of LGBTQ+, Contemporary, Avant-Garde, Pop Art, Street Art, Abstract, Minimalism, Impressionist, and Modern Art. We curate a spectrum of artistic expressions, from the vibrant world of Pop Art to the innovative realm of Contemporary Avant-Garde art, immersive Installation Art, visually striking Street Art, emotionally charged Abstract, refined Minimalism, textured Impressionism, and groundbreaking Modern Art. Our aim is to push the boundaries of artistic exploration, making each visit an exhilarating journey through an ever-evolving creative landscape.

Committed to exposing local artists that reflect the rich cultural tapestry of Palm Springs and its unique desert landscape, our gallery showcases a dynamic mix of Pop, Avant-Garde, Mid-Century Modern Art, Street Art, Abstract, Minimalism, Impressionist, and Modern Art, inspired by Palm Springs' iconic architectural heritage. Abstract Geometric Paintings, Sculptures, and Prints echo our city's design aesthetic, while our collection also celebrates Pop Art's bold imagery and cultural commentary. Desert-Inspired Art captures the spirit of the breathtaking desert scenery, featuring native flora like cacti and palm trees, and the captivating sunsets that grace our desert skies.

Our Palm Springs art gallery becomes a living canvas that breathes life into Contemporary Sculptures, Photography, Ceramic and Glass Art, Textile Art, and Environmental Art. Vintage and Retro Art offers a glimpse into the 1950s and 60s, reflecting Palm Springs' historical context. We ensure your visit is not just an art experience but a cultural journey, where Interactive and Digital Art, Landscape and Urban Art, Performance Art, and Artisanal Crafts engage your senses and ignite conversations. Here, art transcends boundaries, inviting exploration, discovery, and immersion in contemporary creativity.

Embracing the richness of human experience, our gallery offers a platform for artists to share their unique perspectives, pushing boundaries and provoking thought. We foster an environment of experimentation and innovation, sparking meaningful conversations and amplifying marginalized voices. Inspired by Palm Springs landscapes, our collection echoes the mesmerizing sunsets and desert scenery, honoring our surroundings' architectural heritage and natural beauty.

Much like the diverse range of artists we showcase, our gallery is a vibrant tapestry of creativity, embracing a wide spectrum of artistic mediums and styles. From Contemporary Sculptures to Photography, Ceramic and Glass Art to Environmental Art, we invite visitors to immerse themselves in a multi-sensory experience that transcends boundaries and inspires exploration. Art here is more than a visual spectacle; it's a transformative journey that fosters dialogue, introspection, and connection, creating a space where creativity flourishes, ideas collide, and every visit leaves an indelible mark on the soul.


Who In the World is Wade Sisco?

Raised on a farm in rural Northwest Arkansas, I navigated my formative years within a landscape that was as challenging as it was inspiring. My passion for music and the arts has always led the way. My academic journey in art began at a local community college, exploring figure drawing, darkroom development & film photography, sculpture, and art history, laying the groundwork for a multifaceted career in the graphic arts. After attending college and receiving my visual communications degree from Platt College in Cerritos, California, in 2003, I was catapulted into the diverse world of visual design careers in Orange and Los Angeles counties. I have over 20 years of experience in art and marketing direction, screen printing, graphic design, software development, UI/UX design, and product management. Relocating to Long Beach, California, in 2001 after meeting my husband of 24 years, Rabbi Sam Radwine, marked a new chapter in my long-strange trip.

In recent years, I've shifted focus back to traditional art forms, finding solace and fulfillment in oil painting and sculpture. This transition inspired me to open a gallery, fostering a space where digital and traditional mediums converge, encouraging artists to explore and learn from both realms. This endeavor reflects my belief in the enriching exchange between diverse artistic practices, advocating for a creative synthesis that broadens the scope of expression and understanding in the art world.

I also play a mean guitar and have two spoiled-rotten pugs, Brian & Stewie.