Cella Gallery hosts two free art events in September

from Strange Obsessions exhibition by Paul D’Elia.

Hey art fans!

Cella Gallery in NoHo is hosting two free art events over two consecutive Saturdays this month.


2—5 pm

Interactive Artist Appearance.

Join master screen print artist Paul D’Elia (Quiksilver, Screenin 4 A Change) in a special interactive artist appearance at Cella Gallery on Saturday, September 15.

D’Elia will be demonstrating the basics of screen printing, answering questions and inviting guests to collaborate on a special installation that will be featured in his upcoming solo exhibition:  Strange Obsessions.

Answer the question “What is your strange obsession?” and you may be included in the interactive art installation, on view at Cella Gallery from Sept 22nd – Oct 13th, 2012.

All art materials will be supplied by the gallery.

Participants will receive a voucher to receive a free print by Paul D’Elia at the Opening Reception for Strange Obsessions on the following Saturday.



7—11 pm

Opening Reception for Strange Obsessions.

D’Elia’s solo exhibition Strange Obsessions marks his long awaited return to Cella Gallery in NoHo.  The show features all new work including large-scale prints and collage, along with a large interactive installation piece.

“Paul’s work is executed with a level of sophistication, command of design, sense of composition and a wink and a nod that so often eludes others.  Paul’s work demands the viewer’s full attention,” says Andrew Jaukmauh.

Also on view at Cella Gallery:  a collection of prints, books and tees from some of our favorite artists including Tara McPherson, Alex Pardee, Dave Correia and Thea Saks.


Two free art events over two consecutive Saturdays.

Saturday September 15, 2012

2—5 pm
Interactive Screen Printing with Artist Paul D’Elia

Saturday September 22, 2012

Opening Reception: Paul D’Elia “Strange Obsessions”


Cella Gallery

11135 Weddington St. #112,

North Hollywood 91601



Paul D’Elia is best known for his work with California surf company Quiksilver as the head designer of their popular mens line of t-shirts.  Fans of independent punk most likely have D’Elia’s work adorning the cover of any number of albums from Blacklisted to Modern Life is War.  Under his company name:  Screenin 4 A Change, D’Elia has produced hundreds of gig posters.  Over one hundred of these limited edition posters were part of the wildly successful “Something from Nothing” exhibit held in Los Angeles in 2010.



Cella Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery located in the heart of the NoHo Arts District in Los Angeles, California.  Cella has been on the forefront of emerging art in LA since 2008 and continues to champion and support new and emerging artists through creative programming and events.




Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.


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