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WOW. Exciting. You can see my art in three group shows opening in April!


First show is Lost and Found where over 60 assemblage artists take over La Luz de Jesus Gallery. Come see three of my assemblage sculptures,

"I Got This," "Not A Drill," and "Safety Protocol. Speedy Scan."

This last one got a new sound element. The gallery is also letting people walk through it. April 5 – 28 | 2024

Opening Reception Friday, April 5, 7 pm -11 pm


La Luz de Jesus Gallery

4633 Hollywood Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90027(323) 666-7667

Proprietor: Billy ShireDirector | Curator: Bernadette McConnell

Hours

Monday through Saturday 11 am – 7 pm

Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

The gallery is located inside the Soap Plant/Wacko complex.



Safety Protocol. Speedy Scan.



I Got This. and Not A Drill.





Three pieces were chosen for the second exhibit with the Pasadena Society of Artists 99th Annual Juried Exhibition at White’s Fine Art Gallery, curated by Kenneth Ronney. The exhibition features the works of 42 artists selected from a pool of submissions, totaling 73 artworks.


Come to the opening and see "Willow Weeping," an honorable mention award winner. "The Time is Now," an assemblage sculpture. And debuting a new photo, "Freeway Chaos," from a fun series of in camera digital collages.

April 2 – 27, 2024

Opening reception Saturday, April 6, 2 pm - 4 p.m. Awards at 3 pm

Tuesday - Friday 9 AM – 5 PM Saturday 9 AM – 5 PM

Sunday & Monday by appointment


The Time Is Now

Willow Weeping

Freeway Chaos


And the third installation is with The 39th annual Made in California Juried Exhibition at the Brea Gallery. My "American Alphabet," is in this prestigious show. This piece is one of my favorites because it's a poem I wrote, then made a small book and now a large wall piece that's part of my "New Normal," series about challenging the acceptance of gun violence. MICA: "This annual juried exhibit showcases artwork from all over the state of California. MICA strives to highlight artists in all stages of their careers and offers them a chance to compete for a number of cash prizes, as well as the coveted solo show opportunity. This regional show features artwork from an extensive variety of mediums and explores creative movements happening in California."


The Brea Gallery is located in the Brea Civic & Cultural Center at 1 Civic Center Circle, Brea, CA. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 12 pm – 5 pm. General admission is $3, Brea residents and children under 12 are free. For more information, r visit www.breaartgallery.com.



American Alphabet



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