Carl Berg Projects at the Pacific Design Center

From the desert to the sea, to all of Southern California

Claire Baker, James Buss, Dan McCleary, Mike Cronin, Joe Davidson, George Katzenberger, Matt May, Donnie Molls, John Mullin, Nathan Redwood, Lucas Reiner, Paul Silkowski, Andre Yi and Allard Zoetman

From the desert to the sea, to all of Southern California will be featured at space B315 in the Blue Whale. This show will include 14 artists engaging the Southern California landscape. These artists portray the subject matter using various techniques and conceptual approaches depicting the varied landscape of the Southland.

The location for this exhibition is an unusual six-room former showroom that has distinctive architectural features reminiscent of a small European provincial museum where the architecture is preserved, and not subjugated to the display of the art. At space B315 the interior features include black and white tile floors in different patterns, walls painted and wallpapered in striking colors, and elaborate molding. This space will serve as an interesting counterpoint to the art.

This show will include paintings, drawings, mixed media and photography. The artists featured in the exhibition are: Claire Baker (painting), James Buss (drawing), Dan McCleary (painting), Mike Cronin (sculpture), Joe Davidson (mixed media), George Katzenberger (photography), Matt May (photography), Donnie Molls (painting), John Mullin (photography), Nathan Redwood (mixed media), Lucas Reiner (painting), Paul Silkowski (photography), Andre Yi (painting) and Allard Zoetman (photography).

Carl Berg Projects will be featuring ongoing exhibitions at the Pacific Design Center. Please check our website and email alerts for upcoming events at the PDC and elsewhere.

Exhibition Dates: June 25 – August 7, 2009
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 25, 3-5pm
Closing Reception: Thursday, July 23, 3-5pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 12noon – 5pm

Carl Berg Projects, 2009 For more information: 323-274-9886

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