Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Intersection, Art Installation

Resin Cakes by Jennifer Vanderpool @ Village Gourmet

On Saturday afternoon Larry and I visited "Intersection, An Art Installation" in Tujunga Village (Studio City). Our friend, Stuart was part of the block-long installation in shops along this adorable street. The event was sponsored by the Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock and curated by artists, Barry Markowitz and Alison Goldberg.

IMHO, the best part of this little village within a village is Henry's Tacos on the corner of Moorpark and Tujunga...just outside the village limits. I've written about Henry's before. It's a perfect throwback to 1960's-style Mexican fast food in L.A.We had lunch at Henry's, then strolled down the street to see the artwork. Stuart's work is installed in the Gelato Bar...yum.
Cats and Birds by Stuart Rapeport
The gelato is delicious!

Machine Knit Hats @ Trinkets and Treasures, (See! This is a knitting post!)

Amy and Stuart

The Brain Optimization Institute

who couldn't use some 'a dat!

I heard that this tiny building is for sale for $1 million!!!

Travellin' in style in Larry's 1965 Ford Ranchero

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At 3:25 PM PDT, Blogger Bratfink said...

Dang it, Ellen! Your posts always make me hungry.

At 6:00 PM PDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, you hit so many subjects in one post (art, knitting, real estate prices, vintage cars [love the Ranchero!!] and my personal favorite, FOOD!).

Another amazing entry on your fabulous blog.

See you on Saturday morning!


At 6:50 PM PDT, Blogger Madge said...

Yay! The Ranchero avec Larry.

My heart is glad.

At 8:08 PM PDT, Blogger Lisa said...

Sorry to miss you at the openings, Ellen! I went to see my friend Melissa Manfull's installation at the frame shop. Took the Red Line to North Hollywood and rode my bike over. What a cute part of town! Had never been there before.


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