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Topanga’s First Art Crawl
Photo courtesy of the artist, Jonathan Burke

Topanga’s First Art Crawl 

Photo courtesy of the artist, Jonathan Burke

Topanga Canyon Gallery joins neighbors Space Art and Supply and Artemis Studio for an Art Crawl, Saturday October 8, 4pm – 7pm. Three shows, three locations all in walking distance. Enjoy live rock and folk music by Kal’isa on the outdoor Gallery deck throughout the evening. 

Topanga Canyon Gallery presents the second annual all media group exhibition “When Pigs Fly,” a whimsical reimagining of the axiom that turns the concept of the impossible on its head, celebrating the bohemian joie de vivre that exemplifies Topanga Canyon. Food and drinks accompany the music on the  deck underneath the trees. 

Space Art and Supply presents a solo exhibition by RizRizRizz. Born in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia RizRizRizz is a renowned painter, sculptor and ceramist. Through depictions of female figures, symbols, animals, vases, flowers and various objects, Rizz’s work offers an intimate look at life experiences full of drama, trauma, tragedy and comedy, and shown through the lens of satire. 

Artemis Studio presents an opening reception of paintings and textiles by Jordan Nicole of High Desert Studio. Jordan’s paintings are a balance of  playful fluidity and intentional, raw marks on the canvas. With a curated color palette of neutral hues and earth-toned pigments found in the high desert and California coast, Jordan’s paintings convey an effortless tranquility and otherworldliness to those drawn to her work.

All three locations are free to the public. The Art Crawl runs 4-7pm Saturday October 8.

Topanga Canyon Gallery – 137 S Topanga Canyon Blvd, in Pine Tree Circle 


Space Art and Supply —  115 S Topanga Canyon Blvd, in Topanga Center 


Artemis Studio — 120 N Topanga Canyon Blvd, in Pine Tree Circle 


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