Celebrate the Holidays with Kat & the Blues Hounds, Wed, Dec 18th at the Melody Bar & Grill!

Kat and the Blues Hounds rock out with a FREE holiday show this Wednesday, December 18th at the Melody Bar and Grill in Westchester. If you have never seen this energetic little dynamo, Kathy Leonardo puts on quite a show. Her vocals are astounding....Leonardo has gathered a group of incredible talent to represent her Blues Hounds.

FREE music from 7-10pm. There's a wonderful happy hour that ends at 7 pm....right when the music starts...so plan on arriving at 6:30pm and order up!

Kat and the Blues Hounds will be performing holiday songs, classic blues and some jazz too. We've got special guests along with our usual great lineup....Bob Crickmore on Keys, John Wiemken on bass, Rick Bryan on Drums, with Lucky Wright on sax!

Melody Bar is located at 9132 S Sepulveda Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90045-4804, between W. 92nd St and Westchester Pky.
If you are coming from the Westside, be sure to keep your eyes open and make a left turn before you see the In and Out Burger (on right)...if you miss it pull over and park, since you will end up past LAX, since you CAN'T turn left, due to a medium that divides the traffic on Sepeluveda. 

This is a FREE Musical Event...it runs from 7-10 pm on Wednesday December 18th!


Bergamot Station Gets Ready for the Holidays, Saturday December 14th!

The Bergamot Station Holiday Open House takes place this Saturday December 14th from noon till 5:00 pm. The galleries have pooled their resources to create a special one-day sale event. The Bergamot Station Holiday Open House has become an annual tradition.

As part of the event, Skidmore Contemporary Art presents new pastels by Kelly Reemtsen in the exhibition "Open Invitation." The event takes place from 2-5 pm and will also double as a book launch for Kelly's new book I’m Falling.

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Kelly Reemtsen  Orange Study
Pastel on paper  18 1/2" x 26 1/2"  2011

Reemtsen’s work is driven by her fascination with the 50’s woman. Reemtsen has always done sketches and color studies as part of her preparations for paintings, but it was when she began to work in pastel that it truly changed her approach to her drawings.

On this special day, you’ll have a chance to meet the artist and purchase a signed copy of I’m Falling. The book offers a birds eye view into Reemtsen's process and includes images of her paintings, pastels, prints and sculptures. Also part of the book, is a series of interviews stretched over a two-year period between the artist and Chris Fogg. I’m Falling and/or a Kelly Reemtsen original would make for a one of a kind gift this holiday season. The exhibit will be on view through December 21st at Skidmore Contemporary Art (D-2) http://skidmorecontemporaryart.com

Talisman Fine Art
(A-6) will be featuring photography…four divergent series of prints by LA based fine art photographer Paula Stoeke. The prints offer a range of appeal, and the pricing is very reasonable. http://www.talismanfineartgallery.com/  

Then at Lora Shlessinger Gallery, Mark Stock's “Hollywood Uncovered” exhibition opens (thru Dec 31). Also currently on view through January 4th, enjoy "La Famille" by French photographer Alain Laboile and "Paris Portfolio" by Dale Johnson.  www.loraschlesinger.com
dnj Gallery is featuring its annual holiday miniature editions. Each print is approximately 5x7 and offered for $100 each. The small size makes it possible to incorporate this artwork into even small living spaces, though they also look lovely when several of them are displayed in a group. http://www.dnjgallery.net 

Peter Fetterman Gallery features the work of Michael Kenna & Pentti Sammallahti. Also, for the month of December, the gallery is collaborating with Taschen and will be hosting a pop up store in the gallery Project Room. Enjoy complimentary gift-wrapping during the holiday event. There is a wide selection of collector's and trade books available, with a focus on Photography and Travel. Pricing ranging from $10.00 to $500.00. http://www.peterfetterman.com/news/
The jewelry and wearable art of Suzanne Felsen will also be on display at the open house. Felsen is offering customers the chance to “create custom cuff links” with loose gemstones that have been personally collected by designer Suzanne Felsen. Come to create your own special work of art…an original gift for that important person in your life. The gems include tourmalines, opals, amethyst and moonstones! http://www.suzannefelsen.com/

Ikon Ltd will be feature work by renowned artists Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Jean Michel Basquiat, Robert Longo, Gerhard Richter, Yoshitomo Nara, Keith Haring, Raymond Pettibon and others. (G-4) http://www.ikonltd.com

EarthWe (D-5) will host a Holiday Art Projects event sponsored by Lakeshore Learning from 12 - 4pm. Art materials will be supplied for children. http://www.lakeshorelearning.com/

Later in the evening…ADC & Building Bridges (F-2) will be having a reception from 6-9pm for “Dialogue: International Traveling Exhibit” featuring Installation, Video Art, Photography, Mixed Media. If you would like to attend, please RSVP for the reception: 310.770.1961 or adccontemporarybuildingbridges@gmail.com The exhibition will run through January 5th 2014.  www.adcbuildingbridgesartexchange.org

Many other galleries will be open serving refreshments and nibbles such as http://www.taggallery.net/; William Turner Gallery (E-1) http://www.williamturnergallery.com/;  http://www.loislambertgallery.com/; http://www.rosegallery.net and several more.

Bergamot Station is located at 2525 Michigan Ave. in Santa Monica. Parking available.  http://bergamotstation.com/


An Artist's Journey...Two Artists Talk About Inspiration!

Inspiration…its what propels artists to create…but it’s a different journey for each artist.

For Sona Mirzaei, a visit to San Francisco’s MOMA made a big impact on her. She explains, “It was inspiring, sometimes you can see a painting or a particular artist’s work a thousand times and it is always a different effect and the evolution of the interpretation, experience and connection are always changing, yet still a beautiful magical feeling. Jay Defeo work really stood out on this trip and was impacting as well as well as seeing Yayoi Kusama’s latest works. Kusama’s journey, life, spirit, creativity, and her passion is encouraging for any artist and especially emerging artists to never give up on your work and life pursuit.”

See image:  Sona Mirzaei   Liberty Blvd Series # 2 - Red painting  - Medium: spray paint, acrylic, metal leafing on canvas  2013 - Dimensions: 48x106

She continues, “In addition to these amazing women that have led the way for female artists, I am always moved by the establishers of abstract contemporary artwork, during my SF MOMA visit, I re-experienced Jasper Johns and Rauchenberg together which is a cosmic feeling for modern artists. Outside of the museum world, an emerging mid-level artist, Alex Couwenberg works caught my eye and is currently having an exhibition at the Andrea Schwartz Gallery in San Francisco. The symmetry, colors, patterns, etc. in his work is so vibrant, bold, and a unique concept and design execution which was motivating and inviting. I love seeing new works that look original and have their own variation of themes and speak to someone – that’s inspiring.” Sona is scheduled to show her work at Wallspace Gallery in 2014. Visit Sona Mirzaei’s website for more details on the artist. http://www.sonamirzaei.com/

Landscape photographer, Scott Tansey also finds inspiration while visiting galleries and museums. He recently attended an exhibition at the Peter Fetterman Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. “I saw the Salgado show. Great images of Creation.”

Tansey has been taking photos for over 40 years. Inspired by legends like Ernst Haas, Ansel Adams and Minor White, he often travels to far-off place to find that perfect shot. Photography is a time consuming art and takes patience. Waiting for the right light, that perfect shot, knowing what to shoot. For Tansey, he finds it’s all about instinct. “It sounds strange, but it is mostly instinct, cites Tansey. “I go through different periods.  I am ending a Los Angeles Panorama Project.” The photographer will be showing his aerial views of the Central California Coast in the exhibition. 

Tansey currently has his photography on view at Figtree’s Café, located at 429 Ocean Front Walk in Venice. He is happy to be a part of the holiday show at the Santa Monica Art Studios. For more info about Scott Tansey, see his website at http://scotttanseyphoto.com/ http://www.santamonicaartstudios.com  


Two Incredible Artists Featured in Two New Exhibitions in Santa Monica!

Santa Monica…is an active participant in the Los Angeles Art Scene. Each weekend, more and more artist receptions and openings are popping up all of town. Two important Santa Monica exhibitions will feature two standout artists, photographer Nick Busco and artist Brooke Harker.

On November 15th, rock photographer Nick Busco will be showing some of his classic rock images at haleARTS S P A C E as part of a group show. In the late seventies, Busco spent years on the road touring with rock icons. He had the opportunity to photograph legends in the music business, like Freddy Mercury, Rod Stewart, Bonnie Raitt and more.

He is currently working on a documentary featuring his adventures. “I started to realize, that there are a lot of stories out there from the crew’s perspective, which includes lighting, audio and set designers, tour managers, managers, production and stage managers, and security, explained Busco. “I was also seeing that some of the old timers were leaving this life and it struck me that this needed to be documented.”

So he started making calls, and re-connecting with many of his old friends. The response was overwhelmingly positive admits Busco. “I am going to start with 1969 Woodstock to about 1985, when changes in the music business happened with the advent of the CD.” 

The opening reception takes place on November 15th from 5pm to 8pm at hale ARTS S P A C E (2443 Main St. SM, 90405). The work of artists Adam Nisenson and Sandi Sharp will also be on view. The show will remain on view through November 26th.  http://www.halearts.com/    http://nickbuscophotography.com/ 

Then on Saturday, November 16th, artist Brooke Harker’s work will be featured in a group show entitled “Women Rock” at the Jeanie Madsen Gallery. Harker is looking forward to meeting the other female artists at the opening, citing, “I appreciate any forum that helps people connect with each other. I believe in a sisterhood among women. I respect and love other women even if I don't know them because they are part of this sisterhood. I know that not all women believe in this sisterhood, but I still believe and know enough women who do. It seems like this exhibit honors that sisterhood.”

See image: by Chris Schiller

The artist enjoys interacting with people both at art events as well as in the initial point of creation. Harker works in an outdoor studio, when she often has the chance to connect with neighbors and sometimes strangers who are interested in her work.

Harker talks about her art …”I am consistently drawn to painting compositions of city scenes as they are made up of strangers collaborating. I am just picking the angle to recognize what already is there.”
“Women Rock” will also feature the art of Helena Gullstrom, Tamara Leigh, Lauren Szabo, Jennifer Verge, and Robyn Horton. The opening reception takes place on Saturday, November 16th, from 6-9pm at the Jeanie Madsen Gallery (1431 Ocean Ave., in Santa Monica). The exhibition will remain on view through December 31. If you would like to attend the opening, rsvp to the gallery at  jeanie@jeaniemadsengallery.com. http://jeaniemadsengallery.com   http://www.brookeharker.com/  


Thursday, November 14th Upper West Presents "Scotch Around the Clock”

Upper West Restaurant is known for its innovative dining events. One in particular, is the very popular pairing dinners. The newest offering takes place on Thursday, November 14th. The Macallan and Highland Park Tasting, "Scotch Around the Clock” will feature a five-course menu and pairing which will stimulate even the most discriminating lovers of Scotch. 

Executive chef Nick Shipp admits that creating a truly satisfying pairing dinner is not always easy, but he gets a lot of help from the Brand Ambassadors, plus he enjoys a good challenge. He describes his process, “I'm a bit of a mad scientist when it comes to pairing. Scotch being such a powerful spirit, this time around I wanted to pair subtle sweetness with the smokey undertones from the scotches. I'm also going a bit "molecular" this time around and doing some more unconventional approaches that I haven't really tried before.” 

The dinner begins with Black Grouse accompanied by cold smoked Scottish salmon accompanied with caraway yogurt and dill. Then next, enjoy Macallan 12 year with a bread wrapped poached egg, and dried aged Serrano, chorizo hollandaise and spinach powder.
Cullen Skink, a traditional scotch fish chowder featuring smoked haddock, roasted tomato with herbs will be celebrated with a Macallan 18 year toast. Only to be followed with a Highland park 18 year with Chef Nick's take on a classic Welsh rarebit with scotch and coke braised beef cheek simmering in a basil pesto
The evening is not over yet…for dessert, Scottish pudding will be served with Highland 18 year crème anglaise and raisin puree. 

The cost for the event is $65.00 per person. It includes a five-course pairing starting at 7:00pm on Thursday, November 14th. These pairing events fill up quickly so call Upper West Restaurant to reserve your spot for this exclusive event, (310) 586-1111. Upper West Restaurant is located at 3321 Pico Blvd., in Santa Monica. http://www.theupperwest.com/


The Work of Artist and photographer J.J. L'Heureux On View at Santa Monica Art Stuios!

Artist and photographer, J.J. L'Heureux has traveled the world. In addition to being part of yearly expeditions, her work has been featured in museums across the globe. Her travels include far off places such as Africa, South America, Russia, the Galapagos Islands, and North America.

This weekend, L’Heureux will be participating in the 9th annual Open Studios event at the Santa Monica Art Studios. She will be showing selections from her “Bags of Bones” series.

On her 2nd expedition, she was deeply affected by the history of whales in the Southern Sea. She explains, “I became aware of bags that the whaling companies used for shipping the last parts of the rendered whales from the their stations,” says L’Heureux. “My Southern Ocean expeditions have taken me to South Georgia Island 7 or 8 times where there were a number of working whaling stations.”  

J.J. looks forward to returning to Antarctica every year, as there is always something new to see. “Each visit has given me the opportunity to explore some of the former whaling stations.  As the wildlife changes with the seasons each expedition gives me another view to capture with my photographs.”  

The environment has taken a direct hit due to the whaling industry. Many species have never returned. J.J. chooses to document both the beauty and the past destruction. “I cannot project the future deserts devoid of life like I have seen in Southern Ocean whale-birthing bays and other locations of slaughter and rendering, on this oil taking.”

L’Heureux’s work is scheduled to show at many museums, such as the Albany Museum of Art, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, El Dorado Nature Center in Long Beach, CA and the Lafayette Science Museum in Louisiana, Goddard Center in Oklahoma and the International Wildlife Museum in Arizona.

J.J. L’Heureux’s “Bags of Bones” series will be on view through November 23rd.

It will also be part of the 9th annual Open Studios at the Santa Monica Art Studios. There will be a two day reception taking place this Saturday October 12th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Sunday, October 13th, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. The Santa Monica Art Studios is located at 3026 Airport Ave., Santa Monica. 90405. 310.397.7449; http://www.santamonicaartstudios.com

By Guest Writer: Libby Lancaster


Skidmore Contemporary Art Presents the Work of Eric Nash!

Skidmore Contemporary Art presents the work of renowned artist Eric Nash in a new exhibition entitled “Western Noir.” The show opens this Saturday Oct. 19 from 5-7pm. 

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Eric Nash
Glow 76
Oil on canvas
36" x 48"

Skidmore Contemporary Art has been offering quality post-war contemporary art since 1998.  Originally located in Malibu, the gallery relocated to Bergamot Arts Station in 2009. Eric Nash’s much anticipated new exhibition  “Western Noir” will feature ten paintings plus two charcoal drawings.
Nash was destined to be an artist. 

Although raised by a military family, he found himself in art class by age four. He threw himself into his painting due to his personal circumstances and disruptive family life. This creative force led him to working in advertising later in life, then of course back to his personal journey with his art.  He finds inspiration in the work of Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman, Richard Avedon, Diane Arbus and Gerhard Ric.

The Noir genre has influenced Nash’s less is more style of painting, allowing the mystery of the moment to be featured in each of his works. Nash uses the light and it’s shadows as an important dimension in his work. His affirmation of the simplistic beauty of iconic structures many of us know resonate deeply with collectors. 

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Eric Nash
The Back Way
Oil on canvas
38" x 60"

Hollywood actors are clamoring after his work. Stars such as Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi, Jerry Bruckheimer, Orlando Bloom, Mena Suvari, Hillary Duff, Alexandra Balahoutis are all the proud owners of an Eric Nash painting. His works are also owned by many well-known filmmakers, producers and Hollywood style-makers such as Adam Blackman and David Cruz of Blackman Cruz. He has private collectors in New York, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Europe.

An artist reception will be held at Skidmore Contemporary Art Saturday, October 19th from 5 - 7pm. Skidmore Contemporary Art is located at Bergamot Station (D-2) 2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica.  The Show will remain on view through November 19th.


Street Artist, Dillon Shows this Saturday, October 5th, at the Jeanie Madsen Gallery!

Jeanie Madsen Gallery presents “Say What?” featuring artists Dillon, Johnny Romeo and Jennifer Verge.Jeanie Madsen talks about the upcoming show, “These artists all have something to say through an "urban pop" genre, with completely different styles, Dillion "street/popt" , Johnny Romeo "urban pop" , and Jennifer Verge Urban Pop. All three have different backgrounds LA, Canada, Australia... and all blend or flow perfectly for JMG (Jeanie Madsen Gallery).

Dillon's work can be seen in random spots all over LA, as well as on the 101 freeway, the 10 freeway, even at Bergamot Arts Center in Santa Monica. Unlike most artists, Dillon does not just paint a canvas and walk away. That is just the beginning of his process. He explains, "First you create the art in your home. sometimes a piece of art takes 40, 50 or 60 hours to complete. At the time I make it I don't make it with the purpose of anything but getting an idea out of my head. Sometimes I will work on a piece for 30 minutes a day for months. Next comes the photography." He shoots his work in a high resolution, to keep the image clear when printed at a large size. His friend's family is in the printing business, which helps but it's still a costly process. He continues, “The originals range from around 1k to 6k, because I make streetart or wheatpaste posters out of them which get put up indefinitely all over the city, which millions of people see, it adds another element to a piece of art that only a handful of people see at an art show and then is locked up in a persons home forever. Most of my work will be seen by a lot of people so it kind of adds to the original.”

Johnny Romeo started painting as a child and has been showing his work ever since. His work can be seen  in galleries around the world. His work is inspired by pop culture and television.

Jennifer Verge has been painting for seven years now. She is influenced by her positive attitude and wants her art to reflect that. She refers to her art as Urban Pop/Street.

The opening reception will take place on Saturday, October 5th from 7:00pm to 9:00 pm at the Jeanie Madsen Galley located at 1431 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, 90401. 310 393-7436. The show will remain on view through October 31st. http://www.jeaniemadsengallery.com/ 


Upper West Features the Art of Carol Surface, September 29th Through January 26th!

On Sunday September 29th, Upper West Restaurant will host an opening reception for a new exhibition of work by Los Angeles artist Carol Surface. The event will take place from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Surface has been showing her work for twenty-five years. She started creating when she was a child. She explains, “When I was in the first grade I won an art contest and my parents sent me to Lochhaven Art Center i Winter Park, FL, which today remains a prestigious art institution.”

Her work stems from her urban environment. She is inspired to create art that mirrors her surroundings.  She is especially drawn to sidewalks, billboards and anonymous postings. Surface explains,  "I see a snapshot of the human condition: the growth and development of the psyche, impressions of communication, the depths and subtleties of relationships. I see the tearing down and regeneration of urban layers as an incarnation of the life cycle; each of my works follows such a path."

She starts with the canvas, paper or metal, then adds paper, paint, acrylic, dress patterns or bits of photographs on fabric. She explains, “I create a sort of subliminal chaos and then, after some time and development of the work’s personality, guide it towards its natural, renewed life. The patterns and structures found in the completed works are at once revealed and concealed, just as are our own thoughts, feelings and patterns of behavior.”

The art will remain on display at Upper West Restaurant from September 29, 2013 through January 26th 2014. The opening reception will be held at Upper West located at 3321 Pico Blvd. in Santa Monica on Sunday, September 29th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. http://www.theupperwest.com/  http://www.carolsurfacestudio.com


The Art of Julienne Johnson, On View at LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts!

LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts presents the work of Julienne Johnson as part of “The Franklyn Liegel Memorial Exhibition,” a group exhibition curated by Lydia Takeshita.

See image: Julienne Johnson Touched #3 2013 mixed media on canvas

A driven artist, Johnson continues to push herself to the next level spending over forty hours a week in her studio. Johnson had attended an exhibition featuring the work of her late teacher Franklyn Liegel, back in 2007. Now Johnson’s work will be included in an exhibition along with his own, opening at LA Artcore this Sunday.

Johnson has been working on a new series. She explains, ”This body of work that the curator (Lydia Takeshita) is selecting from is called TOUCHED and is a series within a collection of work that I’ve been involved with since January of 2012; that collection is called TOUCH ME TOUCH YOU and was the title of my last SOLO exhibition in June/2012 at TAG Gallery.” In March of this year, the artist exhibited earlier paintings from that same collection at LA ARTCORE Gallery (Brewery Annex).

“TOUCHED, a new series of work which is part of and culminating the TOUCHMETOUCHYOU collection,  is boldly different than my other work,” admits Johnson.  Peter Frank, Art Critic Huffington Post, Associate Editor, Fabrik Magazine,  says of the work, “……indeed they are the most tactile and the most physically aggressive artworks she has ever produced.”

Johnson continues, “All ten pieces are disturbing, some more than others.  Quite unsettling really…….and they are meant to be so:  a portrait of our  FaceBook/Twitter world  that’s not to be overlooked.  A world that is not delivering it’s promises”.  She continues, “I’m sorry, but we do not have 973 friends just because 973 people wished us a Happy Birthday on Facebook. They do not love us or care for our well being;  they haven’t earned our trust (although they may be trustworthy);  nor have they shown commitment – except to inform us of what they are eating for breakfast each morning – with a snapshot of a bagel. TOUCHED is about all of this; we are caught in this net together;   how could my work,  not reflect this sense of connection or lack thereof?  We are in a world of technological connectivity:  instantly, it’s bringing us closer – yet distances us from those emotionally and physically closest to us.  My work is a portrait of technology and it’s capability of dissolving context.  It had to be made with my hands and it had to be made of surgical gloves.”

TOUCHED consists of ten mixed media works made from  surgeon’s gloves. For the past year, Johnson has saved gloves at the suggestion of her husband, Keith Edwards.  Since she only works with her hands (no brushes for this artist), she goes through 4 to 5 pair of gloves a day. “I tend to make art with whatever is in the vicinity when I need it, and one day, there I was…”

Johnson is currently preparing for her exhibition in Bangkok, February 2014, a solo exhibition at Taylor University in Indiana, and other projects out of the country.

TOUCHED – the book, Foreword by PTOUCHED consists of ten mixed media works made from  surgeon’s gloves. For the past year, Johnson has saved gloves at the suggestion of her husband, Keith Edwards.  Since she only works with her hands (no brushes for this artist), she goes through 4 to 5 pair of gloves a day. “I tend to make art with whatever is in the vicinity when I need it, and one day, there I was…”

Johnson is currently preparing for her exhibition in Bangkok, February 2014, a solo exhibition at Taylor University in Indiana, and other projects out of the country.

TOUCHED – the book, Foreword by Peter Frank, Art Critic, Huffington Post, Associate Editor Fabrik Magazine. Soft covers will be available for $25. Hard covers, special order for $75. Johnson is donating all proceeds to the Franklyn Liegel Legacy Foundation and LA Artcore Gallery, a not for profit gallery which is committed to art that captures the culturally diverse spirit of the city. Both books will also be available on AMAZON.

Johnson’s work will be featured in the Franklyn Liegel Memorial Exhibition on Sunday, September 8, from 3pm-5pm at Artcore Gallery, at Union Center for the Arts (120 Judge John Aiso St. in Little Toyko). Art Talk at 4pm.

Artists, featured in addition to Johnson and the late Franklyn Liegel include: Joseph Piasentin, Hei Myung Hyun, Kaoru Mansour, Robert Walker, Ramone Muñoz, mRheuban.
PH (213) 617-3274, http://www.laartcore.org/ http://www.juliennejohnson.com/
eter Frank, Art Critic, Huffington Post, Associate Editor Fabrik Magazine. Soft covers will be available for $25. Hard covers, special order for $75. Johnson is donating all proceeds to the Franklyn Liegel Legacy Foundation and LA Artcore Gallery, a not for profit gallery which is committed to art that captures the culturally diverse spirit of the city. Both books will also be available on AMAZON.

Johnson’s work will be featured in the Franklyn Liegel Memorial Exhibition on Sunday, September 8, from 3pm-5pm at Artcore Gallery, at Union Center for the Arts (120 Judge John Aiso St. in Little Toyko). Art Talk at 4pm.

Artists, featured in addition to Johnson and the late Franklyn Liegel include: Joseph Piasentin, Hei Myung Hyun, Kaoru Mansour, Robert Walker, Ramone Muñoz, mRheuban.
PH (213) 617-3274, http://www.laartcore.org/ http://www.juliennejohnson.com/


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