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Laddie John Dill's 'Light Traps and Aerial Perspectives' at The Archer School For Girls Gallery

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WHO: Laddie John Dill

WHAT: Light Traps and Aerial Perspectives

WHEN: October 9th - November 18th, 2010 (by appointment)

WHERE: Gallery at The Archer School for Girls
The Gallery at The Archer School for Girls
11725 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049

WHY:
The Gallery at The Archer School for Girls provides a unique opportunity to experience the work of well-known artists. In addition to viewing diverse rotating exhibits, there are panel discussions and artist dinners which bring collectors, gallery directors, artists, and curators to campus. The Gallery was established in 2006 and has featured works by more than 30 well-known artists.

The current exhibit, "Light Traps and Aerial Perspectives," by L.A. artist Laddie John Dill features powerful and abstract work, simultaneously direct and complex, viscerally engages the viewer and explores the interaction of light, movement and color.
(From: The Archer School for Girls Gallery)

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