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WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS: A BENEFIT FOR BRYAN CHAGOLLA

SEPTEMBER 14 - OCTOBER 26, 2019

ARTIST'S RECEPTION: SEPTEMBER 14, 2019, 6-9PM

CHARLIE JAMES GALLERY | 969 CHUNG KING ROAD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

Charlie James Gallery is moved to present With a Little Help From My Friends, a group exhibition to benefit the beloved preparator of our gallery, Bryan Chagolla. Bryan is 38 years old and has a wife and two young daughters, and he is among the finest fine art preparators here in Los Angeles. The day Bryan’s second daughter Rosalyn was born on June 19th of this year, Bryan was diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer and he cannot work. He is being treated at City of Hope here in LA and is fighting hard and making strides towards recovery. This show has the goal of taking care of Bryan and his family’s expenses for the next year as he receives treatment. We’ve asked our gallery artists and artists who have worked with us to donate works to the exhibition, which will run a full term from September 14th thru October 26th at the gallery.

Participating Artists Include: 

Tanya Aguiñiga
Sadie Barnette
Sandow Birk
Nick Brown
Nancy Buchanan
Luke Butler
Sydney Croskery
Yasmine Diaz
Kim Dingle
Martin Durazo
Ashley Gibbons
Ramiro Gomez
Alfonso Gonzalez Jr.
Lauren Halsey
Nano Hernandez
Lars Jan
Andrew Jensdotter
Nova Jiang
Dane Johnson
Eske Kath
Keith Rocka Knittel
Steve Lambert
Nery Gabriel Lemus
Mary Little
Brendan Lott
Narsiso Martinez
Patrick Martinez
Rachel Mason
Star Montana
Tucker Nichols
noé olivas
Dylan Palmer
Mary Anna Pomonis
William Powhida
Lee Quiñones
Casey Reas
Alexander Reben
Adee Roberson
Walter Robinson
Sandy Rodriguez
Erika Rothenberg
Shizu Saldamando
Gabriella Sanchez
Debra Scacco
Alex Schaefer
John Schlue
Julia Schwartz
Molly Segal
Guy Richards Smit

Figure/Landscape at Zevitas Marcus Opens April 28, 2017

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Figure/Landscape

Zevitas Marcus
2754 S. La Cienega Blvd., Suite B Los Angeles, CA 90034

On View:  March 25 - May 27, 2017
Opening Reception:  Friday, April 28, 2017 from 5 - 8pm

Press Release

Zevitas Marcus is pleased to present Figure / Landscape, a group exhibition featuring the work of artists Chris Ballantyne, Josh Jefferson, David X. Levine, Alex Lukas, Peter Opheim, Molly Segal, Joe Wardwell, and Eric Yahnker.
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SMFA Art Sale November 17-20

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I have this piece and 6 other works on paper available at SMFA's Annual Art Sale November 17-20!

Flowers For Difficult Women,  2016, watercolor and gouache on paper, 26 x 20 in.

Flowers For Difficult Women, 2016, watercolor and gouache on paper, 26 x 20 in.

SMFA Art Sale 

Opening Reception, Thursday, November 17, 5 pm - 8 pm

Thursday, November 17, 10 am - 8 pm
Friday, November 18, 10 am - 8 pm
Saturday, November 19, 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday, November 20, 10 am - 5 pm

At SMFA
230 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115

Viral: 25 Years From Rodney King comes to Betti Ono in Oakland

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I have 2 small watercolors in this traveling exhibiion! Come through if you are in Oakland!

Art Responders, in collaboration with Betti Ono Gallery, presents:

VIRAL: 25 YEARS FROM RODNEY KING
On view September 16 – ­ October 22, 2016

1427 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612

OPENING WEEKEND PUBLIC VIEWING
Friday, September 16, 12­-6pm
Saturday, September 17, 1-­5pm
FREE

OAKLAND ART MURMUR/BETTI ONO 6TH ANNIVERSARY
Artist Talk + Performances
Friday, October 7, 2016
6-­9pm FREE

NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST AGAINST POLICE VIOLENCE DAY OF ACTION & CULMINATING EVENT
Saturday, October 22, 2016
11am-­6pm
FREE

On March 3,1991,motorist Rodney King’s savage beating by LAPD was captured by resident George Holliday. The public release of the footage and its international reach could arguably make the11­minute clip the world’s first ‘viral’ video.The acquittal of all four officers the following spring was the match that ignited the L.A. uprisings of April,1992. These seminal moments in L.A.history are a necessary reference point for today’s reinvigorated civil rights movement against racially motivated violence in law enforcement.

VIRAL: 25 Years From Rodney King, is an exhibition and community arts project conceived by Bay Area based artist and educator Daryl Elaine Wells. VIRAL features more than 80 pieces of visual art as well as music, video, and interactive games in response to incidents of police violence by internationally recognized and emerging artists. The exhibition is on view from September 16 to October 22, with an opening celebration on Friday, October 7, 2016 from 6-9pm featuring storytelling and live performances to mark the 6 year anniversary of Betti Ono. Public programs and related special events will take place during the exhibition run, culminating in a community day of action on October 22, 2016 in conjunction with National Day of Protest Against Police Violence.