South Bay Contemporary SoLA is a non-profit, artist run, alternative art organization supporting advanced explorations in contemporary art. SBC SoLA seeks curators and artists who are tapping into today’s current to bring forth exhibitions and experiences that give new perspective to our global culture. SBC SoLA is a place for imagination to flourish as creative fusions, hybrids and fictions illuminate the future.

At the LOFT

401 South Mesa Street, third level
San Pedro, Californina 90731
(Call when you arrive for entry)
Phone: (310) 429-0973

About Our Auction

Marie Thibeault, Vie, 16″x16″, Oil on Canvas

South Bay Contemporary, SoLA is continuing our online auction from September 15 to December 30, 2017. We are raising funds for Art Education Outreach in our new home of South Los Angeles.

SBC SoLA Community Art Education

 Our mission is to enrich and strengthen families in our local communities, to support children’s literacy development through quality arts education and outreach, while celebrating and elevating the inclusion of visual and performing artists in this goal. The purpose is to build literacy and foster creative thinking through art and to bridge students to their own creative core.

Art Education Committee:  Lauren Evans, Shelley Heffler, Ramisi Leigh, Linda Jo Russell, Chelsea Stambler, Vivian Steiger. Plans will be posted on our website Education page.

View artist work and register to bid, click here:  Auction  

SBC invited artists who have been supporters and exhibitors over the years. These include many well established and emerging artists from both the South Bay and Los Angeles regions. Nearly 50 original works of fine art will be for bid online. These works range from Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Photography, and Digital Art.   


About South Bay Contemporary SoLA (SBC) is a non-profit organization connecting the South Bay and Los Angeles communities through contemporary art, with innovative projects and high quality exhibitions reflecting our diverse culture and today’s issues.  Our vision is to develop a new, relevant contemporary art with local community interaction and international participation, with artistic and curatorial experimentation.  SBC has recently moved to South Los Angeles (SoLA Gallery).

Participating Artists

Lucy Blake Elahi, Michele Castagnetti, Annie Clavel, Michael Davis, June Diamond, Anita Dixon, Lore Eckelberry, June Edmonds, Edem Elesh, Kathi Flood, Steven Fujimoto, Mark Steven Greenfield, Cie Gumucio, Shelley Heffler, Nate Jones, Virginia Katz, Kathleen Kiefer, B Kniesley, Eva Kolasvary Stupler, Nicholette Kominos, Margaret Lazzari, Narsiso Martinez, Karena Massengill, Kirk Miller, Barbara Nathanson, Da Aie Park, Christine Rassmusen, Joan Robey, Ana Rodriguez, Karrie Ross, Cinta Segovia, Laurie Steelink, Marie Thibeault, Scott A. Trimble, Nancy Webber, Tracey Weiss, Lena Wolek, Monica Wyatt, Meeson Pae Yang, HK Zamani, Ben Zask