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El Camino College Art Gallery


"Personal Tales" Narrative Work By: Randall Bloomberg, Terry Braunstein, Angie Bray, Eileen Cowin, Stan Edmondson, Susan Hamidi, Zeal Harris, Lauren M. Kasmer, Thomas Whittaker Kidd, Filip Kostic, Peter Liashkov, Lynne McDaniel, Susanna Meiers, Jim Morphesis, Nancy Mozur, Andrew Ortiz, Thea Robertshaw, Roxene Rockwell, Lizzy Waronker August 26 - September 19, 2013 Reception: Thursday, September 5, 7-9pm Artists' Lecture: Tuesday, September 10, 1pm

Terry Braunstein, Boy in the Mountains, mixed media/book, 12 x 12.

El Camino College Art Gallery 16007 Crenshaw Blvd. Torrance, California 90506 Contact: Susanna Meiers Phone: (310) 660-3010 Email: Website: Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 9am-4pm; Wednesday & Thursday, 12-8pm

El Camino College Art Gallery is pleased to present "Personal Tales" with narrative imagery by 18 Southern California artists. The exhibition deals with autobiographical work in a variety of media ranging from drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and video, to mixed media installation and performance. Although not every work in this exhibition is immediately recognizable as representational of a particular personal circumstance, all involve individual responses of these artists to lifes mysterious gifts and blows. Many of the works serve as a link in the artists process of digesting experience both external and internal, extraordinary and mundane. Please join us for a reception on September 5, from 7-9 p.m. honoring the artists. During this event Lauren M. Kasmer will present a casual modeling of her new garment series, conceived after experiencing a major fire. Additionally, Susan Hamidi, Thea Robertshaw and Lauren M. Kasmer will speak about their work on September 10 at 1 p.m. Kasmer will also present intermittent interactive events at intervals during the exhibition. Please call gallery to confirm dates and times of these events.

Lynne McDaniel, Hah, 2013, oil on panel, 30 x 40. .

Andrew Ortiz, "Blur," 2012, photograph, 29 x 20.

Zeal Harris, "Golden Time of Day," mixed media, 36".