170 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, 90036
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Hussey's paintings are a means of giving a release to the unconscious, the feelings and instincts that exist beyond the realm of understanding. There is no initial plan, or elaborate drafting process, it all begins with the first brush stroke.
[Image: Mother's Home Life, 2013, collage on paper/mixed media, acrylic, graphite, spray paint, 30" x 22"]
*Limited occupancy space - (Open to the public, but must RSVP beforehand.)
743 N La Brea, Los Angeles, 90038
7:00pm to 6:00pm
Moskowitz Gallery is pleased to announce Atmospheres, an exhibition of drawings and paintings by Justin Margitich and Chris Iseri. Both artists focus on the nature of perception, using devices such as minimal color, varying densities, and a technique called atmospheric perspective to direct atten- tion to the receding and advancing of space. In the late 15th century, Leonardo Da Vinci coined the term atmospheric perspective. When applied to painting or drawing, atmospheric perspective refers to various techniques that create an illusion of depth. Over time, these techniques have ex- panded, continually changing our conception of atmosphere.- Adam Moskowitz