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  Mermaid  by Eric Stampfli

Mermaid by Eric Stampfli

WATERWORKS!

GROUP EXHIBITION

June 2nd - June 23rd, 2018

 

ACE of LA  |  Angel Mendoza  |  Brian Kutza  |  Daniel Ortiz  |  Ellen Stern  |  Eric Stampfli  |  Evgenii Masko  |  George Liang  |  Hagar Sadan  |  Kate Tatsumi  |  Katy Parks Wilson  |  Lynne Deutch  |  Melissa Sundt Zinkiewicz  |  Melodie Genova  |  Michael Wicks  |  Mike Finegan  |  Natasha Hill  |  Penelope Wells  |  Rachel Ganz  |  Rena Riffel  |  Sunhee Joo

 

VIP PREVIEW

WHERE: Hollywood  |  1546 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
WHEN: Saturday, June 2, 2018  |  8pm - Midnight

 

WaterWorks! marks the beginning of Summer in California with refreshing, water-inspired works taking precedence. A wave of contemporary perspectives arising from our invigorated senses only made possible with a change of seasons will showcase a lively group exhibition of photography, paintings, sculpture, mixed media. The revitalization of Summer is upon us!

 
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  Some People Feel The Rain  by George Hobbs

Some People Feel The Rain by George Hobbs

GEORGE HOBBS

STICKS and FIGURES

SOLO EXHIBITION

June 2nd - June 23rd, 2018

 

VIP PREVIEW

WHERE: Hollywood  |  1546 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
WHEN: Saturday, June 2, 2018  |  8pm - Midnight

 

AC Gallery presents George Hobbs x Sticks and Figures. Hobbs is a lover AND a fighter… His LOVE of art, photography, and film brought Hobbs to Los Angeles over thirty years ago. He moved to Venice Beach and pursued a career in filmmaking, where he honed his craft of telling stories with pictures. In 2016 Hobbs decided to FIGHT. Dismayed by the division surrounding him, he started his Stick Figure Wisdom series to express complex concepts with simple symbols, thus transcending language. Hobbs’ modern-primitive style combines the appeal of cartoons with wit and humor. He explores themes of love, religion, politics, relationships, and what it means to be human, all while loving the creative process and fighting against those who would try to destroy it. George Hobbs' photographs and sculptures show the same clever perspective of our tenuous connection to that which sustains us.