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The Julia Dean Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Arsenal of Desire: Omnific Society Group Show
801 Ocean Front Walk
Venice, CA


November 20th, 2010 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Will You Still Need Me, Kate CarvellasKate Carvellas, Will You Still Need Me,
Assemblage
Walking the Spaces Between Where You End and I Begin, Liz HustonLiz Huston,
Walking the Spaces Between Where You End and I Begin,
December 2009, Digital, 17x22
© Liz Huston 2009-2011
, Nina EhligNina Ehlig, Jewelry
, Kevin JohnsonKevin Johnson, Photography
, Robert SchmolzeRobert Schmolze, Oil Painting
, Tiina TealTiina Teal, Music
, Sara TuneSara Tune
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EVENT TYPE:  
Other
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
orange county
TAGS:  
surrealism modern mixed-media painting sculpture, Jewelry, assemblage, collage digital abstract
COST:  
Free. One night event! Cash and Carry!!
> DESCRIPTION

'Arsenal of Desire' is a group show exploring and expressing the rich passions that are the basis of the human experience, and intrinsic in the process of making art. The impulse to create is, at root, the desire to express oneself and the way we see the world. Through various mediums, the Omnific Society's work uncorks the bottled emotional well, exposing to the light their visions and inspirations, sounds and textures.

These ar...tists, emerging and established in their own rites, bring their unique sensibilities to this exhibition through a broad spectrum of mediums ranging from assemblage to oil painting, poetry to photography, music to photomontage, jewelry to sculpture, and a few odds and ends in between. The diversity of styles and subject matter combine to form an exhibit that is truly unique, yet unified in each artist's creativity and talent.

The collective’s first group exhibit, held in Culver City in September 2009 was an overwhelming success, with a packed house and over a dozen pieces sold in the course of one evening. With this 2nd show, the Omnific Society expects to surpass the success of the first event, with their one night only pop-up cash and carry show. All sales benefit the Omnific Society collectively and individually.


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