Richard Colman & Souther Salazar
runs Nov. 6 to Dec. 4
1331 W. Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Text and Photographs by Michael C. Hsiung
Pattern Recognition featured works by these 5 artists.
At the entrance close to the title wall, this piece by Dalek.
And this beautiful Seonna Hong painting.
As you creep into the center of the gallery, there's a huge Souther Salazar installation.
More works by Souther Salazar.
Installation by Souther Salazar. This installation piece was rad-i-cal. Cardboard desk shelves, magical light bulb hot air balloons, cotton clouds and more.
Light bulb hot air balloons.
Beautiful colors and patterns works by Dalek.
Love the Seonna Hong stuff as well.
One of the reason I really wanted to catch the show was to see the Richard Colman works. One of my favorites by far. I really love his ink drawings and sketches here.
Back to these nice Seonna Hong panels.
Seonna had some really nice pieces painted on some swatches. . . I overheard some folks talking about these pieces, which were nabbed up pretty quick. Not sure "nabbed" is really a word.
I haven't gotten a chance to see any of Nikki McClure's works in person, and they are amazingly intricate, detailed, and purdy.
Looks like I wandered back to snap more of that Salazar installation. Couldn't stop checking it out.
We met up with buddies Greg Roman and his wifey Kyra
David Yow (of Scratch Acid, Jesus Lizard, and Qui) and his lady were in attendance for the show. He'll be a part of a group show in December at Subliminal Projects.
Couple more crowds and folks and families.
Madeline, Sadie and Josh. Don't judge me Sadie with your cute baby eyes.
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