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ABOUT THE EVENT

Experience an artist's twist on UTOPIA. A non-traditional and unapologetic exhibition that captures a world in which an array of artists coexist with free-flowing creativity. Ethos Contemporary Gallery wants to allow its artists to have the creative freedom to do what they want because every artist has a method of escaping into their art and bridging the gap between imagination and reality. The show in and of itself is a UTOPIA- a world for creatives that has no rules. 

 

JULY 20, 2019 12-4 PM

1233 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA

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 Inner Space Project and Gallery present a group exhibition of new works by Artists Toni Martin, Sheryl Anaya and Sarah Martin. The works of these three female artists embodies capturing the journey of finding a humbled spirit of rejuvenation after facing varieties of internal chaos from different worlds. All are able to identify with each other through their depiction of color and a balanced placement of mediums, Elegant and justified.

Artist Toni Martin States “I think at this point in our lives this show represents the chaos of emotions, the roller coaster of Love and finding placement in what we consider safe or home. It’s a transfer of weight from our heart to our heads and depicted as a force of “MOXIE” Character, Determination and nerve.”  


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The Shelton Auction is a wonderful event held every March. Together with parents, friends, families and volunteers, the Shelton Parents’ Association will raise money for Shelton School's
fine arts, athletics, technology programs, and the Faculty Fund
. Various donations include works of art given by a plethora of artists. This year artist Toni Martin donated a 4’X4’ mixed media work titled “Vibe”.

 

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An exhibition introducing Artist Toni Martin To Wall Gallery!
Welcoming Toni Martin to WALL Gallery with her introduction to the start of a new series “Insular”. This series of work s takes a sneak peek into the past growth morphing into cellular forms. Martin resides in Dallas, Texas and has astonished her collectors with the Chroma pigment and resin on solid wood. The show title “WINK” is playing on the flirtatious colors used in these works.

 

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Martin was one of those who spoke out about personal experiences with hardships, abuse, neglect and the importance of treatment, programs and the caring organization "Dallas challenge" (charity). This event hosted works from various artists in the Dallas area. Each piece auctioned off went to helping aid children with substance abuse issues. Dallas Challenge “is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health, education and welfare of youth from the greater Dallas area. Since 1984, we have been a leading provider of programs and services that have successfully steered over 170,000 children, teens and young adults away from destructive behaviors such as truancy, substance abuse, school failure and juvenile delinquency that were negatively impacting their lives.”

 

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 The above Work is titled “ICON”, 4’X5’. “ICON” was created by artist Toni Martin in the span of Two hundred and forty hours. The meaning behind this work was to capture the beautiful mind of someone who is learning different (like martin). The dynamic aspect of this work represents the complexity of the synapsis of thoughts in a creative physical form. The white represents the purity and innocence and the colorful spots capture the beautiful abstract unique thoughts someone with learning differences may have. Each piece is hand made from a synthetic modeling material and mixed media before being placed meticulously on a solid piece of wood. Martin took a year and half to complete the concept and ultimately donated the first of its kind to “Shelton School Stampede Auction”. The Shelton Auction is a wonderful event held every March. Together with parents, friends, families and volunteers, the Shelton Parents’ Association will raise money for Shelton School's fine arts, athletics, technology programs, and the Faculty Fund. Various donations include works of art given by a plethora of artists.