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If you are acting in a play, making music in a concert, or otherwise putting yourself or your work somewhere where we can come see you, this is the page for you! 

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My only requirement is that you are personally known to me through yoga or SoulCollage® or Good Grief Group.

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APRIL through JUNE 2019

Sway

On view: April 20 - June 14, 2019

Gallery Hours:  Tuesday - Thursday 11 am to 8 p.m. Friday - Sunday 10 am to 5 p.m.​

Opening Reception:

Saturday, April 20th, 6-9pm

Featuring:

Debbie Carlson • Chenhung Chen • Gina Herrera

Echo Lew • Snezana Saraswaiti Petrovic

Linda Sue Price • A.M.Rousseau

"These artists extend the dimensionality of their work through the interplay of shadows, negative space and color. They weave wire, plastic, rope, color and light in immersive, undulating experiences that provide physical and aesthetic momentum to unite the diversity of materials into a singular language."

-jill moniz, Essayist

The Brand Library and Art Center is located at 1601 W. Mountain Street in Glendale. 

JUNE 1-2, 2019 | 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily

The Mid-City Studio Tour is a unique look into the lives of 44 professional artists with diverse artistic sensibilities. This tour gives the public an opportunity to see working studios and to learn from artists about their inspiration and process. Artwork is available for purchase at studio prices. 

Nicole Cook

Holding what is made by hand can contribute to a more mindful drinking of tea, eating soup, serving food to loved ones, or filling a vase with flowers.

Check out Nicole's work on the Products page.

Linda Sue Price

I create wall hung neon art. The piece shown here is 15 x 15 x 10 inches and retails for $1500. I have been making neon art since 2005 and have exhibited in over a hundred shows. Elements of abstract expressionism, pop art, graphic design and historic neon signs influence my work. I opt to bend primarily free form as opposed to pattern--the traditional way of bending neon. 

Check out Linda's work on the Products page.