Silent Communication at Linus

Oct 3, 2013
"epansy" by Maureen McAuliffe

“epansy” by Maureen McAuliffe

Blurring the lines of artistic success and focusing on the artistic passion—that is the goal.

Silent Communication is the latest exhibit at Linnea Lenkus’ Linues Galleries, with an opening reception Friday, October 4th. The evening will feature a live art demo by Southern California watercolorist Tina Dille and show works by Northern California painters Stanislav Groz and Doug Lawler. Artists from across the U.S., Israel, Argentina, and Norway will also be represented.

Silent Communication is “comprised of seven different themes that diversify the idea behind the title of the show”: psyche, mood, nature speaks, portraits, miniatures, strength, and gestures and facial Expressions.

Artists interpret their take on unspoken interaction. 

Singer-songwriter and 2012 BuskerFest winner, Alyssandra Nighswonger, will perform live throughout the evening on Friday and the Get Toasted food truck will have their Asian fusion sandwiches available for purchase.

…a form of expression does not always have to be loud to be heard.

Silent Communication
Friday, Oct. 4th, 5:30-9 p.m.
Linus Galleries, 545 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena 91105
Open to the public

Photo by Mickey Strider; courtesy of Linus Galleries

Photo by Mickey Strider

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