KP PROJECTS offers a new exhibition titled “Streets of LA” – A new body of charcoal on paper works by Eric Nash. The exhibition was unveiled on Saturday Sept. 12, 2020 with in person viewing thru Sept 9th with limited + continuing online viewing through October 19, 2020.
Eric Nash’s work celebrates scenes from daily encounters with a city he loves : Los Angeles. Street signs, notable buildings, businesses signs and iconic landmarks become cinematic landscapes and urban still life’s, when rendered in Nash’s meticulous monochromatic palette. Charcoal is the selected medium for Nash’s drawings, and is a thoughtfully specific choice, offering a dramatic and intentional juxtaposition of shadow and light. While a laborious material to work with, charcoal, when rendered with the skill and experience Nash possesses, creates a sense of hyper-realism and contrasting tonal range that parallels the black and white realism of photographic stills.
Please RSVP to RSVP@KPPROJECTS,NET to let the gallery know if you would like to attend opening day. ***Masks Required at all times while in the gallery + Social Distancing of 6ft for everyone’s safety. Continuing In-Person Viewing Hours: Tues Sept. 15th – Sat. Sept. 19: 1pm – 6pm. **Masks Required at all times while in the gallery + Social Distancing of 6ft for everyone’s safety.
On view: September 12, 2020 – October 19, 2020
What: “Streets of LA”
Where: KP Projects, 633 N. La Brea Ave. LA, CA 90036