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…at Merry Karnowsky Gallery. There were two shows going on: Jeff Koegel’s “Carbon Rainbow” and Gregory Euclide’s “What Was Still In The Pause Of My Advance.”

My phone took a crap before I could shoot any of Euclide’s work, but here are two pieces I dug from artist Jeff Koegel. The first is actually one half of a diptych; sorry, I didn’t get the other half.

Click here to learn more about Koegel, here to learn more about Euclide, and here to learn more about Merry Karnowsky Gallery.

I’m out of puns,


…and we started off at the Billy Shire Fine Arts gallery in Culver City for the closing of Dave McKean’s exhibition “New Works Inspired by Early Cinema.”

Check out this sweet Nosferatu piece that was there:

If I had an extra twenty grand laying around (or twenty grand at all) I would have become the proud owner of a McKean that night.

Next, we hopped on over to Merry Karnowsky Gallery for the opening of Camille Rose Garcia’s new “Alice in Wonderland”-themed exhibition “Down the Rabbit Hole.” The work was from her new book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

There were two other exhibitions on display in the gallery: Victor Castillo’s “Strange Fruit” and Miss Van’s “She-Wolves.”

I was able to shoot off a few photos with my camera (sorry for the crappy quality), so click on any of the following images to see them bigger.

Here’s a piece from Victor Castillo:

Victor Castillo

And here’s a piece from Miss Van:

Miss Van

On the other side of the gallery was Camille Rose Garcia’s exhibition. It was awesome. Here are a few shots from that:

Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia

Just before we left, KB decided to buy a piece! She grabbed a limited edition print of this:

Camille Rose Garcia

We’re gonna hang it above our kid’s bed. Now all we need is a bed… and a kid.

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