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    Art Dimensions Online Presents
    Residence II
    An Art Exhibit Showcasing Four Contemporary Los Angeles Artists
    At Open Mind Art Space in West L.A.
    Saturday, May 19 – Friday, May 25, 2018
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    Opening Reception: Saturday, May 19th from 6:00 to 9:00pm
     
    LOS ANGELES, CA – April 18, 2018 – Art Dimensions Online is proud to present Residence II, a group show running for one week at Open Mind Art Space in West Los Angeles from Saturday, May 19 through Friday, May 25, 2018. The pop-up exhibition – which will include drawings, photographs, paintings and prints – will feature the work of four contemporary Los Angeles artists: Laddie John DillChristina HaleBrian Hodges and Dave Zarick. An opening night reception will launch the group show on the 19th from 6:00 to 9:00pm with several of the artists in attendance. Open Mind Art Space is located at 11631 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025. For more information, please visit http://www.openmindartspace.com/calendar/2018/5/19/opening-reception-for-pop-up-exhibition.
     
    In 2011, the first Residence group show was conceived and curated by Christina Hale, one of Art Dimensions most versatile artists. Residence II was curated by Hale and Whitney Rosenson, the second generation owner of Art Dimensions Online, who works hard to help artists make a sustainable living with their art. 2018 marks the 30-year anniversary of this family-owned and female-operated business that specializes in the sale and leasing of contemporary visual art. “The goal of my company, and exhibits like this, is to promote the arts to a wider audience and to help both emerging and established artists find homes for their work,” says Rosenson.
     
    Residence II will feature art that has never been exhibited before – such as Dill’s pieces – along with newer work from Hale, Hodges and the late Dave Zarick. Zarick’s original acrylics on paper, as well as original works on canvas, will be on view. A series of fine art portraits and landscape photography pulled from Hodges’ portfolio of award-winning international humanitarian and travel projects shall be displayed. Christina Hale’s body of work has primarily encompassed painting and drawing. In the last few years, however, screen printing has become part of her process. This collection will include both Hale’s drawings and screen prints.
     
    Laddie John Dill, known for his stunning cement, glass and oxide process, will present a collection of monotypes, monotypes with hand painting, lithographs and silkscreens from the 1970s to the 1990s. This is an exclusive opportunity to collect his rarely exhibited prints. “Having been on both sides of the press,” Dill explains, “I feel that my experience with printmaking is a collaboration between the printer and the artist. A good printer can alleviate the artist of the technical problems involved in getting a good print so that the artist can concentrate on the creative act.”
     
    ABOUT – 
     
     
    Laddie John Dill:
    Laddie John Dill was born in Long Beach, CA in 1943. He graduated from Chouinard Art Institute in 1968 with a BFA. After graduating, Dill became a printing apprentice and worked closely with established artists. Laddie John Dill’s work is in the permanent collections of national and international institutions such as Museum of Modern Art, NY; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Museum of Contemporary Art, CA; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; High Museum, GA and many more. He currently lives and works in Venice, CA where he maintains a studio.
     
    Brian Hodges:
    Brian Hodges, a humanitarian photographer, travels the world capturing authentic moments and images with a powerful connection to place. Hodges believes that great photography is not only about captivating images but also creating images with lasting emotional impact. He has received awards from many international competitions and his work is featured in such distinguished publications as Conde Nast TravelerPhoto District NewsNational Geographic TravelerGEO Magazine, and many others. He regularly contributes his photographic talent to charitable organizations worldwide leveraging the power of imagery to increase awareness for their causes. In August, he will be traveling to Mongolia with Photographers Without Borders to teach a travel photography workshop to a group of international photographers. Also in May, as a Featured Artist in Australia’s Head On Photo Festival, Hodges’ work will be the focus of a retrospective exhibition featuring limited edition fine art prints pulled from travels to more than 50 countries.
     
    Christina Hale:
    Christina Hale was born in San Francisco and raised in Los Angeles. She attended San Francisco Art Institute as well as U.C. Berkeley, from which she received her BA in Art. Her drawings are part of both the Achenbach Museum and LACMA’s permanent collections. She has done commission work for Santa Monica Airlines Skate Co., Lost Pets Films and Jeff Ho/Zephyr. Her work is comprised of cartooning, logo design and painting. Lately she has been hand screening apparel and prints. She plays the electric guitar and finds inspiration in her music and surf adventures.
     
    Dave Zarick:
    Dave Zarick was born in San Francisco in 1956. He attended San Jose State University. His work is included in the Long Beach Museum of Art, and multiple private collections. He died in 2015. This is the first show of his work in five years. Zarick described his work as “subconscious realism.” His paintings represent landscapes of the psyche, and objects in his paintings can be seen as archetypes taken directly from the collective unconscious. Zarick was an archetype in his own right: artist as rugged individualist, masculine and sensitive. He did not talk about his work.
     
    Art Dimensions Online:
    Art Dimensions Online (ADO) specializes in the leasing of contemporary art of various media, including painting, print, sculpture and photography. ADO was founded in 1988 and has more than eighty talented artists on its roster. The business was originally owned by Lynne Cohen, but it was purchased by her daughter, Whitney Rosenson when Cohen passed away in 1998. ADO is a business member of the Set Decorators Society of America.
     
    Open Mind Art Space:
    Open Mind Art Space is an art gallery located in West Los Angeles, showcasing contemporary art from a diverse blend of gifted emerging artists. It is dedicated to facilitating a curatorial process that allows its artists to create impactful work. Its mission is to inspire and challenge the local Los Angeles community and beyond, by providing a comfortable, engaging space for reflection and dialogue. Its newly renovated 725 square-foot facility also serves as a rentable event space, offering a clean and bright aesthetic for small intimate events, photo shoots, and pop-up retail.
     
     
     
     
    Links:
    • Art Dimensions Online – http://www.artdimensionsonline.com
    • Residence II  FB Event Page – https://www.facebook.com/events/712279892496284
    • Art Dimensions Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/artdimensionsinc
    • Art Dimensions Twitter – https://twitter.com/ADIGALLERY
    • Art Dimensions Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/artdimensions
    • Open Mind Art Space – http://www.openmindartspace.com
     
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    For more information, photos, to schedule an interview, or set up a private preview, please contact Green Galactic’s Lynn Tejada at 213-840-1201 or lynn@greengalactic.com.
     
     
     
     
     
    ARTWORK ABOVE-RIGHT:

    Laddie John Dill print monotype blue 1995

     

     

    Photo Courtesy of Brian Hodges
     
     
     
     
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