In Malibu, there is a must-see new exhibition at Malibleu Gallery. The exhibition, entitled “SHADOWS,” features the work of the brilliant, homeless artist, William A. Laga. The exhibition is curated by Nina Herzog. The gallery proceeds will be donated to “Imagine LA,” a non-profit organization that helps empower homeless families to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
William Laga sees the world through brilliant and vibrant colors and his marbleized abstract paintings reflect his extraordinary soul. Laga is a master of mixing hues and textures while his dramatic contemporary art evokes a feeling of inspiration, hope, introspection, and love. Laga’s technique is one few have mastered, it is called “Phenomena” …and critics say his vivid and moving paintings are just that, phenomenal. William Laga is a maverick artist who searches for meaning behind every brush stroke.
William Laga has taken the art world by storm. Now it is being sold around the world, affording him the materials to continue painting as well as help other homeless families better their lives too.
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For more information about “Imagine LA,” see http://www.imaginela.org
On view: March 8th – March 21st
**Valet parking on Las Flores and overflow parking at Duke’s, across from the gallery
Where: Malibleu Gallery, 21201 Pacific Coast Hwy, @ Las Flores Canyon, in the Cosentino’s Center
When: Call Gallery for hours
Phone: (310) 456-2011