YAY!  Tonight is the opening of the Twitter Art Exhibition and I am honored to have one painting in this international group exhibition.  The proceeds go towards purchasing art supplies for street youth in LA, USA.

Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles
Curated by Nat George & Virginia Arce
Opens this Saturday, January 12, at E.U. Gallery
Show runs January 12 to February 10, 2013
Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles is almost here!Please join us for an exhibition of handmade, postcard-sized art donated by hundreds of local and international artists to raise funds for Art Division, a nonprofit which mentors underserved young adults in the Rampart district of Los Angeles in preparation for careers in the visual arts. Art Division provides classes, one-on-one mentoring and support, and a safe space for students to work and call home.
The Call for Artists went out through Twitter in October and the response has been absolutely overwhelming! By tracking the #TwitterArtExhibit hashtag, participating artists, organizers, curators, the charity and the gallery have been seeding the event, giving feedback, networking, and showing support for one another.This installment of Twitter Art Exhibit (now taking place in Los Angeles) marks a new phase for the concept, which is due to open once yearly at different locations around the globe.An opening reception will take place this Saturday, January 12, 7-10PM at Exhale Unlimited Gallery on Chung King Road, in Chinatown’s Arts District.

Artwork will be available for purchase at $35 a piece (all are worth more) and 100% of proceeds benefit Art Division.Who knows… you may find work by a favorite local artist, fall in love with yet undiscovered talent, or even spot a few celebrity cameos!

This event is FREE to attend and open to the public.

For more information:
Twitter Art Exhibit
www.twitterartexhibit.org |
Art Division
www.artdivision.org | @ArtDivisionLA
Exhale Unlimited
| @ExhaleUnlimited

Exhale Unlimited / E.U. Gallery
953 Chung King Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90012 [ MAP ]
t. 213.620.8888 | info@exhaleunlimited.com

Pay parking lots are located at the north end of Chung King Rd. and in Bamboo Plaza. Metered parking is also available.




Laara WilliamSen

International professional painter,

Vancouver, B.C. Canada