Group art exhibit to reveal artmaking process

<strong>Mixed-media work on drywall (unfinished) by Shyanne Grandi </strong>

Mixed-media work on drywall (unfinished) by Shyanne Grandi

Greenly Art Space, 2698 Junipero Ave. in Signal Hill, will host a group art show exploring the spiritual aspects of the artmaking process, with an opening on Saturday, Feb. 23 from 6pm to 10pm. The show presents artwork created over the last few months by eight artists working at the gallery. The group met together weekly, embarking on a spiritual journey of contemplation and prayer through art-making in a variety of media. The resultant body of work has elements of both process and product, presenting aspects of spirituality which can be considered by both artist and viewer.
The artists include Sarah Choi, Shyanne Grandi, Kurt Hantzsch, Kimberly Hocking, Jessica Howard, Tania Hughes, Janet Jun and James Klein. The opening reception is free and open to the public. The gallery will be open for free public viewing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am to 2pm, or by appointment by calling (562) 533-4020. The show will run through Friday, April 5.

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