downtown fullerton art walk – no.10

the fish survived the night.

NineTenths: perspectives on petroleum stirred up a few emotions on friday, december 3rd. and i think we’re all just fine with that. it’s good for our souls to believe in something. it’s too often that i catch myself limp in the wind over issues and before i know it, any real feelings are gone with time, and i’m blowing again in another wind. perhaps the fish tank with ten live fish swimming beneath a quarter-inch layer of oil resting upon their home concerned gallery patrons. maybe it’s the fact that no one could really complain too much about oil consumption because we’re all guilty. we currently have six great artists’ perspectives on petroleum/environmental issues on display: Bill Cole, Arony Coronado, Brian Littler, myself, the infamous John “Nhoj” Sollom, and William Zdan. Each provoking some sense…

our neighbors had groundbreaking shows, Hibbleton’s Eye of the LA Punk Scene: work of Edward Colver and Violethour’s various artists including Pxl Ated.

Happy Holidays Fullerton.

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