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George Billis Gallery - LA
June 30 - July 24, 2018
Reception Saturday June 30, (5-8pm)

Deborah Martin, Blythe Airfield, 2015 Oil on canvas 48x48"

George Billis Gallery is pleased to present The Cityscape Show VIII, a group show of works by gallery artists and invited guest artists. The exhibition runs from June 30th to July 21st with a reception on Saturday, June 30th from 5-8pm.

The Cityscape Show VIII is the gallery’s eighth exhibition of its kind. The show is a visual exploration of the environs we inhabit. Los Angeles is a unique city in many regards - in its architecture, geography, and natural environment. Spanning a space that includes mountains, ocean, and desert, Los Angeles and Southern California are a source of immense inspiration to many artists. This exhibition brings together a group of artists whose individual works together show a multifaceted and fascinating city.  These pieces illustrate the ever-changing urban landscape.  From the downtown skyscrapers and iconic landmarks to the graffiti-ed back alleys and vast freeway networks, from the bright lights of the Hollywood Hills and clean lines of mid-century modern architecture to the train bridges and gritty rail yards, Southern California is striking in all its extremes.

The exhibition includes works by Adco, Alex Blas, Derek Buckner, Patricia Chidlaw, Larry Cohen, Bruce Everett, Elizabeth Gahan, Lisa Golightly, Hans Habeger, Harrison Halaska, Kenny Harris, Adam Harrison, Danny Heller, Eric Hesse, Peter Hiers, Lynda Keeler, Mary Austin Klein, Raymond Logan, Barbara Strasen, Gay Summer Rick, Rick Monzon, Matthew de Mosier, Judy Nimtz, Gregory Prestergord, Ben Schwab, Terry Thompson, Deborah Martin, and Lindsey Warren.

George Billis Gallery opened its second location in the Culver City area of Los Angeles in 2004 and marks its 18th year in the Chelsea arts district in New York City. George Billis shows work by both emerging and established artists. For more information please contact the gallery at 310-838-3685.