Monday, 28 August 2006 16:49

Cactus Gallery Hosts ' The Women's Show 2 '

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Eagle Rock , CA - 30 Los Angeles women artists have joined together in an exploration of the spectrum in all its brilliance and subtlety.  The exhibit, “The Women’s Show 2” will open for an extended run at Cactus Gallery in Eagle Rock (Northeast Los Angeles), with a reception for the artists on Saturday, September 16, 2006.

The 30 or so participants in the exhibition span generations, cultures, and artistic media, but they find themselves brought together both as women and as artists who express themselves through color, photography and sculpture in all its subtle and startling complexity.  The works are bold and thought provoking.  This should be a must see show on every art aficionado’s list.

Cactus is a vibrant space for creative people. We seek to inspire & enliven the community by giving opportunities to experience the eclectic diversity that is the arts. In our creative space, we’ve enjoyed the spontaneity of live drawing; live painting and live music.  Cactus is ever evolving and ready for the next idea. Cactus Gallery is located at 4534 Eagle Rock Blvd., Eagle Rock, CA, (Northeast Los Angeles).  Visit their website:

Participating Artists:
Linda Allen, Teresa Avini, Lernie Beuler, Nara Cavalcanti, Ione Citrin, Mary Clark-Camargo, Natalie Egnatchik, Tatiana El-Khouri, Claudia Galván, Viktoria Gaw, Guadulesa, Cidne Hart, Maricruz Huerta, Lisa Jones, Sophia Louisa Lee, Heather Lloyd, Vanesa Martinelli, Candace Metzger, Andrea Monroe, Claire Morales, Ángela María Ortíz S., Sarah Pavsner, Lori Pond, Denise Reyes, Barbara Romain, Joy Rotblatt, Lola Scarpitta, Donnalda Smolens, Nora Elena Stefanescu, Ingrid Sundberg, Kelly Thompson, Mary Kay Wilson

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