Friday, January 13, 2006

Ohmygawth! Two more days to see Elizabeth McGrath's solo exhibit at Billy Shire Fine Arts in LA.

"Influenced by a Roman Catholic upbringing, punk rock, Erte and Edward Gorey, Hollywood native Elizabeth Mcgrath is one of her generations more unique and prolific artists. She creates in a number of mediums and materials with undeniable artistry and imagination. Her paintings are haunted whispers of color, depicting subtly dangerous creatures that creep toward the edge of the canvas. Her stitched and bandaged dolls and toys are a united army of soft strangeness, and her mixed media dioramas are isolated freak shows displaying rotting, subhuman figures luxuriously dressed for your pleasure or contempt."

[via MoCo Loco]

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