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Eva Armisen "etchings & serigraphs" Opening Reception

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 3517 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles CA 90026  See map

 


Eva Armisen - Opening Reception: 


 Friday, November 30th, 7PM - 10PM


Exhibition Dates: November 30th 2012 – January 5th, 2013


The Gallery at 3517 West Sunset is proud to present a solo exhibit featuring the charming etchings and serigraphs by internationally acclaimed Spanish artist EVA ARMISEN.   Feel a weight lift off your shoulders when surrounded by Armisen’s whimsical and mostly self-portrait images depicting things to cherish in everyday life with her family.


 Armisen, 43, from Zaragoza, Spain has had solo exhibits around the world including Seoul, Hong Kong, Lisbon, Madrid, and Los Angeles. 


 She has created publicity campaigns and promotions for companies such as Coca-Cola, L’illa Diagonal de Barcelona, Federica Arancello and Nike.  She is a co-author with husband Marc Parrot of the children’s book “¿Qué me está pasando?” (“What’s happening to us?”), published by Mondadori in Spain and Venezuela.


 Nestled inside of the cozy Silver Lake gift and home décor store, dustmuffin, is The Gallery at 3517 west sunset.  The Gallery opened in June 2011.  It is an intimate, yet accessible space showcasing multi – disciplines from photography to assemblage. 


Gallery Hours: 


Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 11AM – 6PM


Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11AM – 8PM


THE GALLERY at 3517 west sunset


3517 W. Sunset Boulevard


Enter Through Dustmuffin


Silver Lake, CA, 90026


323.644.2828


For more information, please contact Kerry Vitiello at gallery3517@gmail.com or 323.644.2828


www.dustmuffin.com/gallery


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