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Here are NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Listings for September 8, 2018. Have a great night!!


NELAart SECOND SATURDAY GALLERY NIGHT September 8, 2018
Venue Listings:

Align Gallery
Summer 2018 Art Show. Arthur Carrillo, Mario Gutierrez, Mario A. Hernandez, Dalila Paola
Mendez, Josiah O’Balles, Christina Ramos, RoQue Torres. Curated by Jimmy O’Balles for the
Suvir Art Collective.
5045 York Boulevard

Arroyo Arts Collective
Mark Verillo, The Gold Standard. The Gold Standard is a series of paintings that provide commentary on the major issues dividing our country now: the unequal distribution of wealth, racial and religious divisions, class warfare, the interference and collusion of foreign entities into American politics and the degradation of the planet.
The Blue Wall at Avenue 50 Studio
131 N. Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

The Art-form Studio
DEPTH: A Life Drawing Session. Inspired by the sounds of Kraftwerk with muse Zoie.
$15. All skill levels are welcome, DM to RSVP.
5611 N. Figueroa Street
7-10 p.m.
 
Avenue 50 Studio
Lore Eckelberry, The Face of Color. A love of travel and curiosity about other cultures has led Lore to visit many countries. She has also lived in Mexico and Italy for some time and frequently returns to Japan. Lore’s painting style has evolved from early 20th century inspired to totally distinctly contemporary. Each spontaneous, explosive painting displays her love of strong, expressive emotions. An emphasis on color creates a modern and innovative strength in art expression. Lore’s masterful use of color in portraits evoke an intimate side of the subjects she paints, reflecting their inner soul.
Val Echavarria and Samantha Harrison, Threads.
In partnership with Instituto Cultural Mexico Los Angeles, Avenue 50 Studio presents Tlatelolco ’68-Never Forget! This year will be the 50th Anniversary of the Tlatelolco massacre. A Group Show curated by Margarita Medina featuring works by: Jose Antonio Aguirre, Emmanuel Figueroa, Margarita Medina, and Jose Sulaiman.
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

Cactus Gallery
The Revival. Featured artist Lena Sayadian Art, plus large group show. This show will explore the ideas of life, death, rebirth and growth represented with natural imagery.
3001 North Coolidge Avenue
6-9 p.m.

Farenheit Ceramics
Grand Opening! Demos. Come by and get to know us.
4102 North Figueroa Street

The Garage
Live music performance by Brad Byrd & Lucy Peru and open art gallery at The Garage.
5019 Coringa Drive
Doors at 7, music at 8 p.m.

Keystone
Liz Robb, New Moon. An exhibition featuring pieces from Liz Robb's Desert series, as well as a new collaboration with printmaker James Lewis Tucker of the Aesthetic Union.
338 South Avenue 16
6-9 p.m.

Mindfulnest on York
Live art with two featured artists: Eric Martinez, illustrator and screen printer, and Brandon Ruiter, illustrator and photo doodler. (15% off the entire shop.) 
5050 York Boulevard
6-10 p.m.

Mi Vida
Krista Parada (kap_90), Hijas del Sol. Painter, illustrator, and Proud Chicana, creating images of strength and beauty.
5159 York Boulevard
7-11 p.m.

TAJ • ART
Steve Seleska, New Works. Work that explores the tangled and often treacherous association between humankind and the living, biological, elemental ecosystem in which we all cohabit.
Scott Froschauer, Word on the Street Signs.
Curated by Kristine Schomaker. A portion of proceeds are given to animal charities.
1492 Colorado Boulevard
6-9 p.m.

Urchin Vintage
Works inspired by Downtown 81. Pieces by Lucifer Sand and Makik Pope. Live art by Jay Elizabeth. Screening the whole film, featuring the subculture of post-punk era Manhattan and starring Jean-Michel Basquiat. Pop up by Mystic Cravings. Bands, DJ cuts from the era.
5006 York Boulevard
7-11 p.m.

Vapegoat
Shandu One and Sean Keeton
5054 York Boulevard