This is the 2nd reception for this special cause…Today’s event will have the Mutt Scouts Adoptable Dogs, plus fabulous art, a food truck and more!
The Frostig Collection Gallery is holding a month long fundraising exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and mixed media artworks are all devoted to the subject of “man’s best friend.”
See image: Julie Arnoff, THOR, Acrylic on paper, 38″ x 22″ — with Julie Arnoff.
Artists include: Julie Arnoff, Ned Evans, Helen Garber, Bruce Gray, Brad Howe, Johnny Lane, Dave Lovejoy, Jordan Morris, Gwynn Murrill, Tony Pinto, Robb Putnam, Bradford J. Salamon, Daniel San Souchi, Mike Stilkey, Eric Minh Swenson, Moye Thompson, David Trulli, and Kent Twitchell.
What: Opening reception
Where: The Frostig Collection (B-5) Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., SM
When: 11:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Enjoy the art of Dr. Robby Gordon. The gallery has 3 stories of amazing art. Every wall is covered with painting, ceramics and glass.
The windows have automatic painted vertical blinds activated by a remote control. There is a magnificent view of a sculpture garden.
This is a ONE Time event. Permanent show can be viewed by appointment
Refreshment will be served donated by the Hollywood Arts Council; Parking is available on the hills but limited, car pool recommended
RSVP: Phone: 323 848 4699.
What: Opening reception
Where: 2430 Vasanta Way Hollywood Hills Ca. 90068
When: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Phone: 323 848 4699
In West Hollywood…
There’s an open house and art opening at Ivan Gallery. The gallery offers studios for rent.
The exhibit includes work by artists Rick Cummings, Snake Doctor, Simone Gad, Tod Lychkoff, Barbara Mendes, Margaret Molloy, Sara Devorah Podolski, Linda Smith and Andrea Wittenberg.
What: Open House
Where: IVAN Gallery 2701 S. Robertson Blvd. L.A. 90034
When: 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Offramp Gallery presents a panel discussion, Context as Narrative in Contemporary Art at 3pm in the garden. The panel will be hosted by Skip Snow with panelists Stephen van Dyke (remotely), Matias Viegener, Nancy Popp and Dominic Quagliozzi.
A work of art is always contextualized — by the museum, the walls of the collector’s home, public spaces, places of art commerce, i.e. the gallery, the street and the art fair to name a few. Each context creates a narrative framework around what the art is, how it is to be perceived and the fortunes of the artist and its audience. The artists in this panel experiment with context, and in many ways serve and undermine the objects of art that they create, distribute, sell, or even destroy. They are all aggressive in their approach to context, and the issues around the context of their art will be discussed as a potential narrative framework that creates a meta-architecture that is similar across their practices.
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What: Art Talk
Where: Offramp Gallery, 1702 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena, 91103
When: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm