Join Me for “Public Settings Private Conversations” and “Odyssey ll”

 I am so grateful to the Museum of the San Fernando Valley for giving me this retrospective entitled “PUBLIC SETTINGS Private Conversations . . .”. My works have always centered on people in places of communal exchange around LA County.  These works created between 1998 and 2017  highlight the diversity of the people of the  San Fernando Valley as seen in various settings.  Paintings of  Barbershops, my neighborhood, Cal State University Northridge, Malls and Cafes will be on view.   These are the places I chose to sketch at, fascinated by the people and the conversations.

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The exhibition will run from March 24 thru June 30.   Free admission.  My artwork will be for sale during the time of the exhibition. A print of a work from the exhibition can be arranged thru the museum.  Free event and free parking. Elevator access. Light food, wine and beverages provided. RSVP is required.

DATE AND TIME

Sat, March 24, 2018

4:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT

LOCATION

The Museum of the San Fernando Valley

18860 Nordoff St.

Suite 204

Northridge, CA 91324

Current and upcoming Exhibits

https/www.facebook.com/events/164023151066398??ti=ia

Please join me and see incredible artworks by LA Artists at ODYSSEY ll.  A great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!!

ODYSSEY II

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Saturday, March 17th, 2018 from 6-9pm

This is the piece I created for the fundraiser.

Build your art collection and support the TAM Torrance Art Museum!

ALL WORKS $100 EACH
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

TAMA members enjoy VIP Admission: 5:30-6pm*
Become a TAMA member at https://www.tamadvocates.com/

Hosted by Torrance Art Museum Advocates TAMA.
Proceeds go to supporting TAM’s exhibitions and programs.

*VIP access open to TAMA members and participating artists.

Author: jodibonassi

I am a Los Angeles native. Really! Born in DTLA! My works lead the viewer into a dialogue about the connections and differences between people in contemporary times. The rich cultural diversity inspires me to look at the sometimes momentary but intense relationships experienced by people passing through or living in the urban environment. I am a metro queen, riding the rails and using my countless sketches and photographs for painterly portraits of people and creatures in an urban milieu.

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