Jul 4, 2016

July Updates

July Updates

Happy Fourth of July friends,

I would like to take a moment during this holiday to share a few exciting updates with you.

First, I would like to remind you that the Woven exhibition is still on view at the Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge. Curator John David O’Brien assembled an excellent group of artists and put together a great show that I am very proud to be a part of. The gardens are located at 1418 Descanso Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011 and the gallery admission is free with regular Garden Admission (parking is free) from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM daily except Mondays when the Sturt Haaga Gallery is closed. The show will be up until the end of August.

Second, I have donated a piece for the PØST Los Angeles silent auction and party. For those unfamiliar with PØST, it is an experimental artist-run venue that has supported the Los Angeles art community twenty-one years. The amount of participating artist is too lengthy to list here but it is a who’s-who of Los Angeles based artists and I am excited to have been invited to partake. By following this link, you can bid on my work from now until Saturday, July 9th at 8pm. Also, if you’re in the LA area join us for the party at 1206 Maple Avenue #515, LA, CA 90015 from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

If that wasn’t enough, the Alan Klotz Gallery has three new pieces of mine listed in the New Acquisitions section of his website. You can see my work surrounded by such luminaries as Minor White, John Florea, Alida Fish and 2015 Aaron Siskind IPF Grant recipient, Amy Finkelstein.

Finally, there is one last Time Interwoven book for sale. Once it’s gone, they’re all gone and the edition will be closed. If you would like to purchase the last copy and/or my other book New Landscapes, I encourage you to check out my web store. Each book costs $20 and are signed and numbered 

Don’t forget to follow my social media accounts (Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook) to see a new image daily.

Thanks again for supporting me.

Best regards,

Andrew