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THE SILVER LINING | new show | R.Lebsack | K.Connor | M.Acetelli

| November 4, 2011 | Calendar

Head over Artspace Warehouse to see teh new show THE SILVER LINING with an artist reception in the evening from 7PM-9PM! The gallery will be introducing new artists and their respective artworks.

* Robert Lebsack is an Angeleno artist, based in Long Beach. He creates artwork using mixed media with ink, acrylic and charcoal on newspaper. His work tends to focus on social and cultural issues using torn newspapers as context. By utilizing bits and pieces of headlines, articles and ads as the background the viewer can use their own interpretation and random image word association to bring meaning to each individual piece.

* Kerianne Connor is a Los Angeles contemporary abstract artist graduated with a degree in Art from the School of Art at UCLA in 2005. Her work combines sculpture, painting, and design blurring the traditional strict separation between the genres of Design and Fine Art. Connor's work reflects the experience of a younger generation that has grown up immersed inthe prominence of design in their everyday lives.

* Mark Acetelli was born in Detroit Michigan, lived in Los Angeles and now in Memphis. Mark’s artworks are inspired by the intensely personal introspective journey of life, from the ever changing complexities of love, loss, birth and death. His latest series is entitled “Absence and Presence”, pertaining to how someone or something can be physically gone, but theessence still remains. Capturing the physical mixed with spirituality on canvas. His application of paint is an extension of that thought process. His artworks are a product of continuously building up and tearing down, layer upon layer, adding and subtracting. A visceral dance between the conscious and the unconscious until the emotion is expressed.

For more information on the show, please visit the website!


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