“Paper & Pulp” – new group art exhibition at Cella Gallery – Los Angeles art report

paper & pulp

Opening Saturday, July 27, Cella Gallery is pleased to present Paper & Pulp—a group exhibit featuring collage and cut-paper work by the following artists:

L. Croskey, Ashley Fisher, Karen Kang and Dani Vinokurov;

screen-printing by Paul D’Elia;

drawings and paintings by Tom Haubrick, Sunny Jinn, Macsorro and Wiley Wallace;

and a special interactive installation by Ariel Deandrea.

Paper & Pulp champions the humble and often overlooked medium of paper.  With its multifarious uses, forms, textures, sizes and strengths, paper is one of the most versatile and utilized mediums for artists of almost every discipline. Whether used for jotting down ideas and sketching out preliminary drawings, or creating a finished masterpiece of great detail and depth, paper remains indispensable, even under the shadow of the computer.  Paper’s inherent delicacy, creates an intimacy for the artist and in turn the viewer.  So, whether it is drawn upon, painted, dyed, torn, cut, folded or glued—paper is something special.

Opening night will include a special Paper Crane Origami workshop with Ariel Deandrea (pictured).

paper & pulp - cranes
For the duration of the show a portion of the gallery will be dedicated to the CELLA GALLERY STORE.  The store will feature a selection of limited edition artist prints and original works, books, mags and tees. Also available with be Limited Edition giclée prints by Tara McPherson (below).

Tara McPherson

Paper & Pulp

Cella Gallery

11135 Weddington Street, #112

North Hollywood CA 91601

Opening Reception with many of the Artists in attendance

Saturday, July 27, 2013

7—11 PM

Art exhibition runs until August 23, 2013.

Gallery Hours:  Monday – Friday, 11am—5pm, or anytime by appointment.


Phone:  213-291-7908






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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