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Here are NELAart Second Saturday Gallery Listings for June 8, 2019.


NELAart SECOND SATURDAY GALLERY NIGHT

June 8, 2019

Venue Listings:

Align Gallery
5045 York Boulevard

Arroyo Arts Collective at Avenue 50 Studio
Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave When First We Practice to Perceive. A Community Weaving
Weaving is an ancient art form, known to even the Paleolithic people, as early as 27,000 years ago. Join us in continuing the weaving legacy, here in Highland Park. We weave together not just bits of fabric, but a shared vision of a cooperative society, where friendships among a diverse population can flourish, achieving a simple, unitary purpose, the creation of a beautiful object. It is easy and fun. Just pick up a scrap, review the directions and start weaving. Heather Hoggan, Connie Rohman, BetZ Ross.
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

Avenue 50 Studio
The Fine Art of Manual Labor. At some point, artists have to get their hands dirty to create their art. Artists have to be a part of the struggle of art making. El Sid, Jackie Boy, Pablo Damas, Antonio Pelayo, Germizm.
Moments of Beauty. Paintings from Suzanne Urquiza's Canyon.
Sicilian Fire. Paintings by Roderick Smith.
131 North Avenue 50
7-10 p.m.

Cactus Gallery
Magic Oceans, Sacred Rivers. Featured artist: Michelle Waters. Plus large group show. Art that celebrates the deep connection that humans have to our oceans and rivers and their creatures, dedicated to healing our oceans and rivers from years of neglect and abuse. Michelle will donate part of proceeds to Sea Shepherd and Turtle Island Restoration Network.
Online Show with visits by appointment. www.cactusgalleryla.com
Show goes live at 5 p.m.

Eastside International/ESXLA
The New Colossus. Artists from Los Angeles and Berlin who identify as immigrants: Daniela Campins, Walpa D'Mark, Aisuke Kondo, Elena Roznovan, Teresita de la Torre. The New Colossus at Eastside International is the Los Angeles based iteration of the same exhibition at Scotty-artist run project space Berlin, part of B-LA Connect.
602 Moulton Avenue
7-10 p.m.

Keystone Gallery
Shelly Vogel- So What Photography from 1965-2015. A retrospective of 50 years of black and white photography by the California artist.
338 South Avenue 16
6-9 p.m.

L34 Group
Erika Bradberry. Textures and other musings. Snippets of thought and vision in acrylic.
5622 North Figueroa Street
7-10 p.m.

Mindfulnest on York  

5050 York Boulevard

Mi Vida
Pin Vida! A pin collectors dream...5 of LA’s prime pin makers along with sidewalk DJ. @moveinsilenceco takes over the gallery wall and the following vendors will be popped up outside: @ducksta, @rlopinz, @xocafecito, @partimeworks.

5159 York Boulevard
6-10 p.m.

MorYork
Frank Whipple Collage Exhibit. Artist Frank Whipple is a Los Angeles-based surrealist who creates unique and exquisite hand-cut collages utilizing found materials from vintage books, ephemera, cabinet card portrait photos, found metal and antique textiles.
4959 York Boulevard
7-10 p.m.

NEW VENUE!
Ramon's Rags to Riches Vintage Clothing & Gallery
Meet San Francisco's Punk Art Icon Winston Smith. Winston Smith will feature his Dead Kennedys artwork and merch inc. prints, T-shirts, posters, patches, stickers, more.
5008 York Boulevard
5 p.m. til late

Vapegoat
Healling in Hope - Johnny E. SJ. Otilano. Curated by Rok Art 

5054 York Boulevard
6-10 p.m.