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Come Hither: An Art Cave Group Show

As part of Santa Cruz’s First Friday Art Tour, the Art Cave presents Come Hither: A Group Exhibition

From the Art Cave Website:

In honor of February, the month of love, Come-hither will feature artists, poets, and performers who celebrate the body in all of its sensuality. Romantic latin guitar and other sweet tunes will be strummed throughout the evening by the oh-so-heavenly, Dominic Clément. Come celebrate YOUR senses this First Friday through words, art, wine, and music with this incredible line-up of cutting-edge contemporary artists:

Ally White, Alpha Channeling, Danielle Peters, Eli Torres, Eric Hull, Janet Allinger, Jen Dwyer, Joan Bogart, Kayla Paige, Kyle Harter, Leah Beech Thompson, Leigh Erickson, Livingston Stout, Meegan Barnes, Michele Guidarini, Natalie Bessel, Neal Breton, Olivia Barney, Red Light Lit Poetry Anthology, Sara Birns, Sonia Calderon, Vanja Vukelic, Zoe Toscano.

Show runs 2/1/19 to 3/24/19

2801 Mission St #2803

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

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Neon artist Danielle Bonnet (Instagram: @dani_bonnet) and Neal Breton collaborate to bring you Hot Neon Nights, an art show that is literally lit.

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When: Small Business Saturday, November 24.

Time: 6-8 PM

Where: LA County Store - 4333 Sunset Blvd, LA CA 90029

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The Little Things @ The Delaware Contemporary

From the Delaware Contemporary press release:

The Delaware Contemporary presents an exhibition of contemporary artists from California and Florida. The Little Things zooms in on the quotidian experience, the small moment in our day when something finally clicks, or something obfuscates. Normal experiences are made up of copies of other experiences, only when one is different do we pay attention. The Little Things is a catalog of the details that challenge the “normal experience”. An object’s shortcoming is its undoing, unless it is its strength, we’ll never know which until it’s tested. The experience of making can often be an isolating one; an artist pours her or himself into a piece, exposing insecurities to hopefully overcome them. 

Artist Haley Lauw presents her reality through facsimile; she uses all dimensions to create a space that feels familiar. Her deftness at rendering pushes the subject matter beyond mundane copies and into the realm of the sublime. In this exhibition, Lauw will be debuting faux-depression glass sculptures fashioned from the mouthpiece of brass instruments, these evocative objects rest at her lip-level to entice and seduce the viewer. The mouthpiece itself is a communication device that substitutes language with music, which at once complicates communication, but hints at a truer meaning. 

Artist Neal Breton paints dazzling shards of color and pattern that are equally welcoming as they are distant. Bold greens, oranges, and blues meet at accute angles where natural forms are reduced to color silhouettes. Each painting hints at a different time and a different place, though on closer inspection, each painting is of right now. Breton interprets the little things as over-the-top peaks and razor-sharp valleys, the only sense of softness comes from the cool gradients filling the pointed shapes.  

Delaware Contemporary: 200 South Madison Street, Wilmington, DE 19801



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Sq2 Group Show

Sq2 // An exhibition of 100, 10” x 10” original pieces from 50 local and national artists curated by Cassie Garner.

EXHIBIT OPENIN // Saturday, August 26th 7-11pm // $5
Featuring a live synth set from Modwell & PFunkus
EXHIBIT FINAL // Friday, September 8th 7-11pm // $5
10 varied performances that will take place in a 10’ x 10’ “box”
+ a DJ sets from Booka B

Thursday, Friday & Saturdays 1-7pm
Or by appointment

717 South 10th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 367-4327

Pabst Blue Ribbon

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The Pointless Paradise: (Mostly) New Work

Solo show. New work and a couple of old classics. Donating a portion of all painting sales to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.

Studio 2G Architects opening reception Friday, January 20th from 6-9.

Studio 2G is located in SLO at the east terminus of Marsh street and California. 

1540 Marsh Street, Suite 230, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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Hey Suburbia Group Show

F+ Gallery presents "Hey Suburbia", a group show curated by Bret Brown at F+ Gallery.

Other Participants:

Patrick Carrie (@patrickisrad)

Jeff Claassen (@jeffclaassen)

Andrew Holder (@_andrewholder)

Cal Saxton (@kidcreaturecal)

Frank Venadas (@headcaseart)

Hannah Webb (@theobanoth)


F+ Gallery: 661 Pointsetta, Santa Ana, CA 92701

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7:30 PM19:30

Spring Show @ the Bunker

The Bunker presents one of those cool quarterly shows you've been hearing about.  This one's right after tax day, so bring in those fruitful returns from the IRS.

Featuring resident artists Irene Flores, Missy Reitner, "Mustache" Peter Ljepava, Tony Girolo, Claudia Makeyev, Jeff "Barn Boy" Sauer, Neal Breton,  Gary "Sawdust" Ellsworth, Kate White of Scissor Clothing and Kerry Long of Blueberry Jewelry.


Beer by Bang the Drum, snacks by Honeybee Cakery.


The Bunker: 810 Orcutt Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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Flower Pepper 4th Year Anniversary Group Show

An extravaganza of survival, with participating artists:
Ania Tomicka, Chelsea Gustafsson, Corrie Gregory, David Chung, Desiree Fessler, Graham Curran, Heather Nevay, Jacob van Loon, Jaclyn Alderete, Jaesun Kim, Jeong Woo-jae, Joanne Nam, KiSung Koh, Kwon Kyungyup, Lauren Marx, Liza Corbett, Mab Graves, Mandy Cao, Matthew J. Levin, Misia Schmidt, Neal Breton, Nicole Bruckman, Paul Barnes, Phil Santos, Philip Lumbang, Sally Deng, Sean Chao, Susanne Apgar,  and Valerie Pobjoy!

Show opens on December 19th and runs until January 19 2016.

Flower Pepper Gallery: 121 East Union Street, Pasadena, CA 91103

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Outside Influence Group Show

A Group Exhibition curated by Emily Lovejoy (www.emilylovejoy.com) at Treo Gallery in New Orleans, LA, featuring a range of styles from local and visiting artists focusing on what inspires each piece. 

Treo Gallery: 3835 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119

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Hang Ten: A Summer Group Show

Good Eye Gallery Presents

Hang Ten: A Summer Group Show Extravaganza

 Artists: Burl Vreeland, Bret Brown, Neal Breton, Andrew Holder, Mark Batongmalaque, Nicholas Zegel.

Good Eye Gallery: 4538 N Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041
(323) 255-4538


Show Dates: July 11- August 11

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