Curators: Kelly Thompson and Stephanie Allespach
Jan 13-Feb 3, 2018
3001 N. Coolidge Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Trix by Ted Meyer
"Trix are for kids..." When I heard that expression it was okay to eat sugary morning cereal. The GLITTER GROUP SHOW is a whimsical, fanciful exhibition designed to bring a smile for the new year. Many of the pieces, as with Ted Meyer's "Trix" and "Frosted Flakes" are Pop Art based. The element of glitter itself is part of popular culture in children's crafts, make-up, and costumes. Glitter is known to exist in cave paintings, and the ceremonial makeup of the Native Americans.
Sandra Mastroianni, director of Cactus Gallery says she exhibits art for the people. Much of art is designed for the fledgling art collectors.
Terri Berman (Wildcat)
L to R : Love is Possible-Martina Moreno, Jill Emery-Sallygotsthe Emery, Baha H. Danesh, Holly Topping, Carolyn Castano, Denise Bledsoe, Douglas Alvarez & Opal Unicorn - Laura Castellanos
Stephanie Allespach- co-curator and Glitter piece
from L to R: Andrea Bogdan, Kelly Brumfield-Woods, Eden Folwell, Stephanie Allespach, Evad Art and Sue Zola, Kelly Thompson, Sydney Croskery and Ted Meyer