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Spring Arts Collective Gallery

Founded by Spring Arts Tower artists in February of 2006, the Spring Arts Collective Gallery exhibits the works of contemporary artists, both established and emerging. SAC openings are held in conjunction with the Downtown Art Walk which occurs every second Thursday monthly. Each monthly opening features a variety of 2d and 3D work as well as video installations, documentaries, short film and live music.

Los Angeles

United States
Address:
453 S. Spring St. Mezzanine Level
90013
Phone: 310 428-6464
Website: http://www.springartscollective.com


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Artists Represented

Carol Ashley
Jason Alexander Cruz
Christina M. Felice
Ashley Hagen
Deborah Martin
Nick McPhail
Melanie Stimmell


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News

Nick McPhail- New Work

Opening reception:
Friday January 16th, 2009
6:30-8:30pm

LACMA (Art Rental and Sales Gallery)
5905 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA


February 12 – March 7


Los Angeles, January, 2009 -- Phyllis Stein Art is pleased to present America New Works by Deborah Martin. Mastering a style best described as American Realism, Martin offers us hypnotically lit landscapes painted from a series of Polaroid’s taken on a 2007 road trip through the South. Eerie and compelling, Martin’s work features dilapidated and abandoned structures that ask us to reexamine our cultural compulsion to disregard that which isn’t readily recognized as beautiful, addressing our own imperfection, and ultimately our mortality, in the process.


New Works by Deborah Martin runs February 12 through March 7 at Phyllis Stein Gallery, 207 West Fifth Street in the Spring Arts Tower, Downtown Los Angeles. 213.622.6012


Artist’s reception Thursday, February 12, 7-10pm.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director Deborah Martin