HuZ Galleries presents “A Murder of Crows,” a Halloween inspired exhibition. Enjoy a Halloween Party and Reception on Saturday October 29th, 2016. See below for RSVP info, if you plan to attend.

The work of artist John Ransom is featured in the group exhibition.
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See image: John Ransom What Chills Us is Not the Hunter, But The Night 2012,40” x 30” Acrylic on Illustration Board, Oil Varnish

“The inspiration for the “Ravens” series was my observation of Ravens & Crows in their day-to-day life. These majestic birds exhibit certain behavioral traits that I most admire in humans. They are independent, yet communal. Intelligent animals, they train their young and maintain expectations of fellow members of their flock. Their generally business-like demeanor does not seem to prevent them from experiencing the exhilarating aspects of our planet. I paint these sophisticated creatures in a dark light, accentuating their aggressive nature. The juxtaposition of realistic characters showcased against abstract backdrops creates a surrealistic union. Beauty in duality.” – John Ransom. To find out more about John Ransom, visit
Another artist Eva Montealegre features one of her works titled Ravens in the exhibition. Montealegre creates her art out of her Topanga studio which oversees a wild life conservancy, providing her with a view of the Santa Monica mountains and the Pacific ocean. One can see where she gets her inspiration. For additional info on the artist, visit her website.
See image: Ravens Rise by Eva Montealegre

huZ Galleries is located in the San Pedro Arts District at 341 W. 7th Street. Feel free to stop by. Business hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 1:00pm – 7:00pm. Be sure to check out the huZ Galleries Facebook Page.

The exhibition runs from 10/6 through 11/5, 2016 with a Halloween Party and Reception on Saturday October 29th. You must RSVP for the Halloween Party Closing Reception, more info at

What: Opening reception
Where: huZ Galleries, 341 W. 7th Street, San Pedro, 90731
When: Saturday, October 1, 2016 – 7-10pm
Phone: 310 428-0275