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Leanne Biank launches new website

Leanne Biank has just launched a new design for her website. It looks great and most importantly is easy to move around in, and the gallery has nice big pictures.
Shown is one of the latest paintings Leanne has done, “If They Could Come Back With Max” from the “Beyond the Page” show that took place @ Gallery 1988. It’s a fantastic painting, oil on wood 27″ x 23″ and looks amazing framed.

Head on over and take a look at the new site.


Shows this weekend: Andrew Bell, Gary Baseman & Gag Me With A Toon

Here is the list of exhibitions that will be opening this weekend

La Luz de Jesus will open a show with new works from Lyle Motley, Miss Mindy, Lauren Gardiner and Jessica Cooper

Cave Gallery opens “Brush Fire”, a group show featuring work by Amy Botello, Chet Zar, Anthony Clarkson, Cate Rangel, Tatiana Suarez, Terri Woodward and more. The featured artist is Gene Guynn.

Rotofugi will open “Common Nonsense”, New works by Ken Keirns & Scott Tolleson

Gallery 1988 SF will be hosting “Beyond the Page”, a group show inspired by children’s books. Anne-Julie Aubrey, Casey Weldon, Catherine Brooks, Chrystal Chan, Gene Guynn, Isaac Pierro, Jason Limon, Jeff McMillan, Jonathan Bergeron, Leanne Biank, Megan Kimber, Melissa Haslam, Nicoletta Ceccoli and many more.

Definition Gallery will open “The Quantum Exhibit” featuring work by Leslie Ditto, Sylvia Ortiz, Gilbert Oh, Michael Forbes, Amy Botello, Se7en, Patrick Fatica, Luis Lorenzana, Jasmine Worth, Kelly McKernan, Kelly X & Sid Watters

Melt Gallery will open “Gag me with a Toon”. A show curated by Steven Daily and will feature work by Alex Pardee, Bob Dob, DANNI SHINYA LUO, Dan Quinata, Jim Mahfood, Jonathan Wayshak, Kevin Llewellyn, Lola, El Maz, Tara McPherson, Th Chung, Travis Louie and more.

Corey Helford Gallery. “La Noche de la Fusion” is a new solo show from Gary Baseman

Crewest will open “Canceptual [v.3]” featuring work by Dave MacDowell, Smear, Downer, Man One, Revel, Shark Toof, and many, many more

Subliminal Projects will open “Ego, Addiction & Other Bedtime Stories” featuring new works from Sam Flores

Rivert Gallery will open “It’s What’s Inside That Counts” a solo show featuring the work of Andrew Bell

Shows this weekend: Way of all Flesh, & Menace & Charm

Here is the roundup of some of the shows that will be opening up, or having their reception this weekend.

Lorri-Marie Jenkins will have her solo show at the Eclectix Gallery in El Cerrito. The show will feature some collage and found art. If you can stop by. Eclectix Gallery

Opening on Friday the 25th is a solo show of Roland Tamayo at the Gallery 1988 in SF. There will be paintings, drawings & prints there. Gallery 1988 SF

Also opening this Friday at the Space Gallery is a two person show “The Way of All Flesh”. It will feature art by Jesse Balmer & Ryan “Deli” De La Hoz. Both artists were in the B movie show, they made some killer art and I would love to see this show. There will be a photo collaboration, visual display and “Planets” will play at 9pm. Head on over if you can. Space Gallery SF

“Unfolding Nature” is a group show opening up this Friday as well at the Grind Gallery in L.A. The show will feature work by: Catherine Brooks, Francisco Enciso, Jim Darling and many others. Grind Gallery

“Menace & Charm: The Nostalgia Of Childhood” is a group show opening this Saturday at the Black Maria Gallery. The show “explores the dark and innocent cognitions of childhood.” It will feature work by: Jaime Zollars, Kathleen Lolley, Alex Noriega, Matt Burlingame, P. Williams, Leanne Biank, Juri Ueda, Aaron Hitchcock and CJ Metzger. This is a really killer idea for a show, wish I would have thought of it. The show is also online to view. Black Maria Gallery

“Vanity Bonfire” is a solo show of Sean Christopher opening this Saturday at the Corey Helford Gallery. This is Sean’s first solo show in Los Angeles. Check it out here: Corey Helford Gallery

Finally the Cannibal Flower gallery has a huge group show. The featured artist is Jose Carabes, there will also be living painting, music and performances. You can also see art by: Brandi Read, Bill McEvoy, Chris Peters and many more. Check it out: Cannibal Flower