Monday, September 10, 2007

eat art

I'm in this show on Sat:



As part of their monthly series of group shows, the Carmichael Gallery has
assembled another exciting line up of emerging artists from around the
world. "So many selves..." is a diverse collection of works from over
twenty-five artists of varying backgrounds, ages, gender, and circumstances.
Each of the pieces in the show is unique in subject matter, style, and,
quite frequently, media. No one theme dominates, and yet the harmony and
flow of creative impetus is unhindered from the first canvas to the last.
Like a crowded room of beings engaged in animated conversation, each eager
to tell his or her personal story, "So many selves.." demonstrates the
beautiful communion and growing international empathy of our art world.

Including works by: Alexandre Yassu (Brazil), Andrea Shear (USA), Angelique
Houtkamp (Holland), Binho Barreto (Brazil), Candice Tripp (South Africa),
Chris Stain (USA), Ciro Schu (Brazil), Damion Silver (USA), Daniel Bileu
(Brazil), Fefe Talavera (Brazil), HUSH (UK), Irina Troitskaya (Russia), J.
Asher Lynch (USA), Jeff Schultze (USA), Josh Taylor (USA), Josh Heilaman
(USA), Justin Kleiner (USA), Justin Lyons (USA), Ken Garduno (USA), Lindsey
Kuhn (USA), Mike Egan (USA), Misery (NZ), Mose120 (UK), Nate Williams (USA),
Petite Poupee7 (Brazil), Randy Noborikawa (USA), Rodrigo Villas (Brazil),
Sergio Mora (Spain), Terri Woodward (USA), Yuki Miyazaki (Japan/USA) and

Opening Reception

Saturday, September 15th, 2007
From 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM


Show closes October 4th.

Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90038
(SW corner of La Brea and Fountain)

The gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday 2:00PM to 7:00PM and by

Contact us by email or call 323.969.0600 for more information.

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