Wednesday, November 04, 2009

DreamScape Opens at the LOOK Gallery in Los Angeles on Thursday, November 5th

DreamScape, curated by Jerri Levi and Brent Turner, opens at the LOOK Gallery on Thursday evening.

The exhibit is described as:
"A conceptual design exhibition that explores the symbolic references of our personal spaces through the interplay of fine art and high design.

Seven top Los Angeles design firms will collaborate with a roster of LOOK Gallery artists to realize a series of installations within the gallery, incorporating various art media of surrealistic expression woven together with an array of choice home furnishings and accessory products available through LAMDC showrooms.

Provocative and aspirational, the dream-like spaces serve to engage the spectator in the design experience, offering a glimpse to the unfettered vision of superior design talent and the artistry of fashioning interiors as interpretive expressions of our inner selves."

The opening reception is Thursday, November 5th from 6-9pm.
RSVP at 213.763.5813 or

DreamScape is open to the public from:

November 5 -
December 3, 2009
Monday - Friday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday Evenings
until 8 p.m.
LOOK Gallery at
L.A. Mart@ Design Center

The LOOK Gallery is located in the L.A. Mart downtown at 1933 S Broadway, Los Angeles, California 90007

(For those of you following my art, I will have work in Best of the Best, the December group show at LOOK Gallery which opens on December 10th)


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