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Sarah Perry: Weight of the Moon; Lynn Hanson: Prone to Wander

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All the Way Down, 2009 Bibles, Australopithecus Afrianus Skull Cast, Mixed Media 93 X 23 X 23" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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Blue Moon, 2009 Mixed Media 21 X 15 X 16 1/2 " © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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Carried Away, 2009 Scythe, Rook Feet, Steel, Hair, Bone 30 X 13 1/2 X 2 1/2" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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You Never Listen, 2009 Canid Muzzle, Hair, Steel, Wood, Mixed Media 25 1/2 X 25 1/2 X 12 1/2" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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Deep, 2009 Charcoal on Vellum 18 X 24" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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Lake Placid to Devils Postpile, 2009 Charcoal on Vintage Road Map 27 X 41" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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In the Land of the Blind, The One-Eyed Man is King, 2009 Charcoal on Vellum in Artist's Frame 16 1/2 X 23" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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Pull of the Sea; Daily Bread, 2009 Charcoal on Paper 87 X 41" © Lora Schlesinger Gallery
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Cradle, 2009 Oil on Mylar 11 X 14" © Lora
Sarah Perry: Weight of the Moon; Lynn Hanson: Prone to Wander

Bergamot Station B5b
2525 Michigan Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
October 17th, 2009 - November 14th, 2009

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Tue-Fri 10-5:30, Sat 11 - 5:30
TAGS:  
mixed-media, installation, sculpture
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DESCRIPTION

Lora Schlesinger is proud to present the third exhibition of Los Angeles based artist, Sarah Perry. The exhibition will feature twenty new works ranging from detailed etchings to freestanding sculptures.

The East Gallery will feature, Prone to Wander, an exhibition with drawings and paintings by Lynn Hanson. Hanson’s work emanates from her constant attention and visceral connection to the natural world; stark paintings of the sea and landscape, devout drawings of native creatures on vellum or vintage maps