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PLENTY:  Happy’s first annual small works show.

Exhibition: December 4, 2009 - January 24, 2010

Opening Reception: Friday December 4, 6-9pm

HAPPY is pleased to present PLENTY, our first annual, small works group show.  PLENTY brings together over 50 artists from the Los Angeles area and beyond, each creating one work no larger than 12”x12”, in any desired medium.  At $100 each, PLENTY offers art lovers a unique opportunity to purchase unique, one-of-a-kind objects at a reasonable price, while supporting a diverse group of working artists in our area. 

Artists include:

Cynthia Paige Aaron, Lisa Adams, Dori Atlantis, Helen Berger, Rochelle Botello, Lisette Bourne,
Sean Bradshaw, Michele Caruso, Jonathan Castro, Andy Cline, Emily Cline, Chelsea Dean, Dale Dreiling, Betsy Enzensberger, Corina Gamma, Jose Gomez, Jon Gratigny, Corrie Gregory, Lou Haney, Dave Holtz, Michael Hsiung, Amparo Jelsma, Leia Jervert, Donald Krieger, Midge Lynn, Melissa Manfull, Michelle Moode, Lawrence Pearce, Yogi Proctor, Sergio Robleto, Claire Sauvageot, Cay Sehnert, Michael Slimmer, Megan Small, Carl Smith, Jordan Steinberg, Joe Suzuki, Karen Ter-Sarkisian, Kim Tucker, Carlos Ulloa, Keith Ullrich, Miki Vuckovich, Joan Weber, Karen Frimkess Wolff, Jeremy Yoder, Liz Young, Penny Young, Jeffrey Zatlin, Jim Zver and others.

HAPPY stocks well designed home and lifestyle accessories, and features revolving art shows with local and international artists. Happy combines gift, garden and gallery to create a unique space, full of inspired gifts and thoughtful embellishments. Located in the newly designated Los Feliz Art & Design District on Hollywood Blvd. between Vermont and Hillhurst, Happy shares this stretch of road with over 50 artists and designers living, creating and working in Los Feliz.

Hours: Mon-Sat 11-7, Sun 12-6

4675 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 661-2200



Show runs thru November 29th, 2009

Los Angeles, CA -  Crewest invites you to their 6th annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration exhibition “Top of the Dome IV” featuring dozens of ceramic skulls designed by Gregg Stone and transformed by the imagination of today’s hottest tattoo artists, painters, sculptors, graffiti artists, muralists, graphic designers and fine artists. This year’s Top of the Dome promises to bring an extreme level of creativity meant to inspire and stir the curious nature of the roaming soul in search of interesting and intriguing artwork to call their own. Top of the Dome is not just an exhibition but rather an experience you do not want to miss.

In conjunction with the exhibition, featured artist and painter Gregg Stone makes an impact with his collection of eerily beautiful multi-media paintings that reveal his travels thru the avenues and byways of border region Hispanic communities. While the socio-economic underbelly of these locales clearly captivates him, Stone is also keenly aware of the cultural and architectural treasures that often incongruously share space alongside the hybrid flotsam of class inequity, urban anarchy and increasing globalization. Stone transposes this uniquely south-of-the-border visual, along with his sensitive portrayal of people inhabiting it, into the vivid tapestry of images that forms the sum total of his art.
To view the pictures of last years Top of the Dome, click here.

Additional events:
November 12th: Artwalk from 6 to 10pm with DJ Phyz Ed, live printing by Two Rabbits.

Artist bios available upon request.

For further info contact:
Luna George



Acrylic, Graphite, & Oil 2009
Group Show @

Saturday, DECEMBER 12

Detail of "Intuo 11"
ink on paper collage
copyright 2009
SOLO SHOW:  "So That Man Should Not be Darkened by Vice
Opening January 9th, 6pm -11pm,  Show runs through the  month

The exhibit will be taking place right next door to the Pasadena Armory for the Arts at the Heritage Wine Company.  This is a great location with a great selection of wine, not to mention the other great spots you can visit for a nice dinner or evening dessert in Old Town.  I would love to see you all there.

In this series works emerge that in a contemporary sense can be seen as subversive.  Using biblical text and mundane imagery initially seen as disparate, these works explicate the domestic everyday as a channel for divine intervention, and spiritual truths.  Very similar to a conceptual approach to art making, I encourage the viewer to think about how they think when looking at this body of work