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EGGIWEGS | PANEL DISCUSSION 

SUNDAY, JAN/6

1793 EAST MAIN STREET VENTURA, CA 93001

TIME: 12-2p

 

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PANEL DISCUSSION | SUNDAY, JANUARY 6th 2019 | 12-2p | RSVP

Join us at H Gallery in Midtown Ventura on Sunday, January 6th at NOON for a Panel Discussion of 3 artists selected from our current exhibition EGGIWEGS.

Moderated by Dab Art director and curator Yessíca Torres, this discussion features Carl Shubs, Anne Paquette and Terri Lloyd. We'll talk in-depth about their selected works, their backgrounds, distinctive mediums as well as their unique artistic processes. 

Doors open at 12p, this event is FREE to attend.

Terri Lloyd 
Terri Lloyd is a visual artist living and working in Los Angeles.
She began her exploration into the absurdities of the human condition at a fairly young age and attributes this to her 1960s latch-key-kid youth. In the late 1980s she accidentally landed a computer graphics job and spent the next 25 years in commercial art working as a print media designer. In 2010 Terri founded The Haggus Society, a non-profit feminist arts group for women over the age of 40. Terri has authored two books, When I Grow Up And Other Mantras, and The Little Red Book Of Commie Porn (out of print) with artist Norman Conquest. She is also a frequent contributor to Black Scat Books and during 2016 wrote a monthly advice column, “Ask PB” for the online magazine Le Scat Noir.
Currently, Terri divides her time between a vibrant visual arts practice and a Dadaist performance act known as Pink Buddha. Once in a while she manages to feed 4 cats, a macaw, a possum, a racoon or two and one very patient husband.

Carl Shubs
Throughout Carl Shubs’ 30 year career as a psychoanalytic psychologist practicing in Beverly Hills, CA, he has also been a self-taught contemporary fine art photographer. His first exhibit was in 2011, as part of a group show at the Museum of Neon and Kinetic Art, in Los Angeles. That recognition encouraged him to deepen his commitment to photography and to begin showing his work. In 2014 he was accepted into membership in the Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA). His work is held in private collections and he has exhibited nationally and internationally. He has been in many juried exhibitions (including over 20 in 2016 and also in 2017, with many already in or scheduled for 2018). His acclaimed jurors have included Elizabeth Avedon, Andi Campognone, Debra Klomp Ching, Brian Paul Clamp, Catherine Couturier, Shana Nys Dambrot, Scott B. Davis, Crista Dix, Peter Frank, Herair & Lori Garboushian, David Garnick, Greg Gorman, Mark Steven Greenfield, Jim Morphesis, Aline Smithson, and Richard Vogel. He has won awards and honors, had his work published in such prestigious publications as Lenscratch, F-Stop Magazine, and the Photographer’s Forum hardcover book Best of Photography 2015, and been in a digital display at the Louvre. He is proud to have curated a combination solo exhibit and group show that included seventeen amazing artists who work in a variety of media. He has also been invited to be curator for L.A. Photo Curator’s online exhibition “Street Shooting.”

Anne Paquette
Anne Paquette has a Bachelor of Arts in Dance & Choreography from UCLA, (1990). Concurrently, Anne studied painting, sculpture, video art and design while a dance major at UCLA. After graduating, she produced many dance concerts in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and Columbus, Ohio, In 2002, Anne enrolled at the Brentwood Art Center, under the guidance of artist/teacher, David Lloyd, in Los Angeles. Her work has been shown in Tieton, WA, Laguna, CA., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, New York and Los Angeles and Santa Monica,California. Most recently, (2018) Anne was a semi-finalist at the "New Filmakers Los Angeles", for her short film, "Desert Money. In November, 2016, Anne won a Platinum Award at The Oregon International Film Festival, with her experimental film entitled, "Aqua Velvet". Anne likes using mix-media in her artwork incorporating, found objects, wood, cardboard, wire, and many other mediums to create her work. In addition, she touches on political themes, such as gun violence and current political issues. Some of her influences have been, Georgia O'Keefe,Frank Stella, David Llyod, Alfred Stieglitz, Shepard Fairy, Robbie Conal, Gregory Crewdson, Manet and Picasso.