Subliminal Projects Gallery

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SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS is a multifunctional gallery space promoting diverse forms of art while providing a forum for contemporary dialogue.

Pattern Recognition Show
Pattern Recognition Show

Nov 6-Dec4, 2010. RICHARD COLMAN, DALEK, SEONNA HONG, NIKKI MCCLURE, SOUTHER SALAZAR.

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Gallery Entry
Gallery Entry

The gallery is in Echo Park right by Dodger Stadium. originally created by Shepard Fairey and Blaze Blouin as an artist collective in 1995.

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Opening Reception
Opening Reception

A pattern is a type of theme consisting of recurring events or objects that repeat in a predictable manner. Each artist's work in this show is a direct example of visual pattern

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Hallway
Hallway

This gallery has 3 rooms and a long hallway, a nice breakup of the viewing space.

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Unititled, 2010 by Dalek
Unititled, 2010 by Dalek

20" x 20" acrylic wood on panel. Dalek makes some incredible use of geometrics and color. He attended high school in Japan, and now works in Raleigh, NC. He created the Space Monkey character.

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The Undertoad
The Undertoad

by Souther Salazar. Watercolor, ink, collage, 21" x 21".

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Alejandro and the Idea Machine
Alejandro and the Idea Machine

2010. Souther Salazar. Mixed media installation with found objects, size variable. If I remember right this was the only sculpture 3D piece in the show. Lots to look at.

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Rootless Trees, 2010
Rootless Trees, 2010

Seonna Hong. Mixed media on wood panel, 24" x 24". Seonna is an Emmy award winning animation art director and international artist.

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Multiple Framed pieces
Multiple Framed pieces

More Seonna Hong's nice mixed media on paper. Most of these are 9-1/4" x 5-3/4" x 2" framed.

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I Can't Fix That Hole in You
I Can't Fix That Hole in You

Seonna Hong, 2010. Mixed media. 48" x 48"

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Untitled, 2010
Untitled, 2010

Richard Colman's ink on paper. Each one was 5-1/2" x 7-1/2", some whimsical, some disturbing, some funny.

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Invite, 2010 by Nikki McClure
Invite, 2010 by Nikki McClure

Papercut, 19" x 19". Nikki McClure of Olympia, WA, is a self-taught artist known for painstakingly intricate and beautiful papercuts.

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Untitled, 2010 by Dalek
Untitled, 2010 by Dalek

Acrylic on board, 13-1/4" x 13-1/4" Framed.

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The Disappearing Treehouse
The Disappearing Treehouse

Souther Salazar, 2010. Mixed media, 48" x 30" x 1-3/4".

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Praise, 2010 by Nikki McClure
Praise, 2010 by Nikki McClure

super intricate papercut, 19" x 19"

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Comments

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Overall I must say I really enjoyed this show. Nice exhibit space, well lit, cool patrons, and stimulating selection of artists. I like when galleries do "theme" shows with multiple artists, it gives context to the experience and you walk away with a broader concept to think about. Kudos Subliminal.
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