News from Pac Arts: “TRIANGLE TRIBE” Art Show Closing Party 10/6

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Triangle Tribe: Artists Courtnee, Miriam and Lynn at their show.

Join us at Pac Arts in San Pedro for the “TRIANGLE TRIBE” Art Show Closing Party on Thursday, October 6th, from 6 to 8 p.m.! (The Exhibit is open through October 28th, but this will be our final opportunity to celebrate at the monthly First Thursday events.)

Gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Contact EngAGE Creative Programs Director Helene Weinberg if you have questions: HeleneEngAGE@gmail.com or call the Engage Office: (562)436-0700. Learn more about the Pacific Avenue Arts Colony here.

The show features three emerging women artists:

Miriam Jackson

Locally emerging artist, Miriam Jackson is a self-taught painter, who depicts landscape, portraiture, still life and abstract subjects. Having shown in Long Beach, DTLA, Highland Park, West Hollywood and more, Jackson has also participated in the Los Angeles Plein Air Festival, and executed murals on 2 utility boxes in San Pedro.

http://jacksonmiriam.daportfolio.com

Courtnee Martinez
Each photograph captured by Courtnee Martinez highlights a brief memorable moment within the broad spectrum of environmental light. Courtnee sees light, shade and shadow flood onto the faces of her friends, home, neighborhoods, places and travels. She shares with us the natural scene of her life and living experiences. Courtnee is native to Southern California and currently resides in Long Beach, CA.

http://courtneejean.com

Lynn Azali
Lynn Azali aims to express her learning of mixing human figure, layers, composition and color through Paint Illustration.  Her work extends beyond private collections of friends and family and onto the walls of buyers attending her showings throughout the Central Coast and Southern California.  Born and raised in San Fernando Valley, California, Lynn studied Architecture at California Polytechnic University, in San Luis Obispo (2000-2005) and Scandinavian Design at Denmark International Study, in Copenhagen (2003-2004). She currently resides in Long Beach, California; and works fulltime as an Architectural Designer.  

https://society6.com/lynnazali

 

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