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Third World America II

ARTIST DANIEL MILLER SHOWS US THE ISSUE OF HOMELESSNESS IN OUR SOCIETY THROUGH HIS BEAUTIFUL PAINTINGS THAT ARE INSPIRING AND ALSO THOUGHT PROVOKING.  PART OF THE PROCEEDS FROM SALES GO TO THREESQUARE.ORG.      
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Frame of Reference

Work by Professor Dennis Martinez of Dixie State University The exhibit “Frame of Reference” is a span of visual influence in the life of an artist. The work incorporates paintings, drawings, assemblage and installation as it relates to the past, present and future inspirations of an artist from youth to maturity. Family, friends and historical artistry as life guidance are […]
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A Room of One’s Own

 (Based on the essay by Virginia Woolf) In a time when women were given no consideration for education, much less their own space to create, Virginia Woolf argued that a woman must have her own room in order to write. We would also add, in order to paint, draw, sculpt, or undertake any creative endeavor. The thoughts that come out […]
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In Pursuit of Sanity

“Communication between cultures through the arts is a good thing, and it always works…I believe that in this mad world, the only thing that is sane are the arts.”                                                                                                                                                          ~ Frank Gehry In Pursuit of Sanity is an exhibition of emerging artists who are seeking either a Masters or Bachelors Degree in Fine Art at UNLV. In the midst of […]
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No Ordinary Life

“No Ordinary Life” is an exhibition of paintings and installations by artist, Kim Johnson.  Ms. Johnson is a native Las Vegas who received her BFA degree from UNLV.  In addition, she has formally studied human anatomy, environmental science, and principles of ecology.  Utilizing her knowledge of these subjects, she infuses the imagined into reality to create an other worldly environment […]
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North East

Left of Center is pleased to present North East, an exhibition of artists who have either grown up in, worked in, or have some connection to the north east area of Las Vegas. The show will feature prominent Las Vegas artists Fawn Douglas, Justin Favela, Anthony Johnson, Ashanti McGee, Jerry Misko, Krystal Ramirez, Checko Salgao, Lance Smith, David Veliz, and […]
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Mugshots #3

This third installation of MUG SHOTS is part of a yearlong series of mini installations created and curated by Diane Bush.  Each month starting in January, 2016, Bush is creating pop up exhibits, or utilizing existing exhibition walls in Las Vegas, to show and sell a different set of ceramic candidate coffee mugs and corresponding original artworks. The shows are […]
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Seeking Justice Through Art

A social justice themed art exhibit Tuesday, January 19 – Saturday, April 9, 2016 Artist Reception & Award Ceremony: Saturday, January 30, 2016 Noon until 3 pm. This exhibit addresses issues currently facing our society today, including profiling and gender injustices. It features a juried exhibition with the work of local artists, Dayo Adelaja, Vanissa Chan, Lisa Fields Clark, Steven Dansky, […]
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Los De Abajo Printmaking Collective

“Troubled Waters,” “Transformations,” & “Behind Bars” Three exhibits by Los Angeles based Printmaking Collective, Los de Abajo Tuesday, October 13, 2015 through Saturday, January 9, 2016. Artist Closing Reception: Saturday, January 9, 2016 Noon until 3 pm Los de Abajos, a printmaking collective from Los Angeles, will be exhibiting three distinct bodies of artwork at Left of Center Gallery through […]
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Thicker Than Blood

July 14 – October 3, 2015 Artists’ Reception:  Saturday, August 22, 2015 from noon until 3 pm.  Free and open to the public. LOC is pleased to present the work of two of its resident artists, Harold Bradford and Adolfo Gonzalez.  The two artists developed a strong friendshop over the course of the many years they worked together as designers […]
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