Audrey Kawasaki Paints on Wood
Lots of art happenings this weekend. Tonight Mr. Larry and I are going to the Thinkspace Gallery at Sunset Junction in Silverlake. The show is "PICKS OF THE HARVEST: BATCH THREE" with a featured installation from Audrey Kawasaki. She paints chicks on wood...very interesting. This is a group show of lowbrow art. Larry photographs for many of these artists, so we'll probably know some people at the opening. I have to think of a good place to eat dinner before the opening. Silverlake is full of great restaurants.
Saturday, I'm having breakfast with Ana at the Original Farmers Market before we head to the upstairs dining area for our once-a-month Stitch 'n Bitch from 10 am to noon.
During the evening, Mr. Larry, my friend Joan and I will be attending an exhibit at the L2 Kontemporary Gallery in Chinatown for Keiko Fukazawa and Dennis Callwood. It was Joan's b-day this past week, so we'll be celebrating! If we have time, we might head up to Highland Park's Future Studio for a mixed-media exhibition featuring artists Beth Elliott, Suzanne Siegel, and Deborah Thomas, three women artists who have recently settled the estates of aging parents and taken their experiences and various artifacts of their parents’ lives into the studio for further examination. This is part of the North East Los Angeles Arts Organization regular 2nd Saturday series.
Sunday, breakfast with the folks and another birthday celebration in the Valley!
I leave you for the weekend with two pictures taken at the Original Farmers Market this past week...
Natalie's Baby Bonnets with Custom Gift-tags
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