At space D5
The Extinction exhibit will be closing the end of May so I want to make sure you get over to the EarthWe Gallery at Bergamot Station to view this superb show.
In conjunction with the message delivered by the art, and for those who hold a deep love of our seas and skies, are sensitive to the damage we are causing, AND shower and shave and care about their skin and hair and teeth and nutrition.... I, and a couple of my colleagues, will further take the opportunity to introduce you to a line of divine personal care products that DO NO HARM to you, your family and the down-line environment. These products, Arbonne, are pure, safe and beneficial.
May be serving some cocktails and Lucky Jack, too!
So come ...enjoy the art, educate yourself on what you are putting on your body and down your drain, ideally make an order that will be perfect for you and supports Xander's Plan and all that entails at the same time.
About the exhibit:
From the creative team who brought us
No Es Basura: This Is Not Trash exhibition
(over $85,000 sold!)
Peter Gwillim Kreitler, educator, environmentalist
John Reiff Williams, photographer
Extinction is a continuation of the narrative established with the first installment of a three part series. The human’s tendency to ‘trash’ their own nest is evident in the found objects from two opposite sections of the country. Cape Cod and Santa Monica/Pacific Palisades beaches have yielded the objects that Williams has turned into fine art. His artistic mastery is matched by his technical expertise as evident in the incredible clarity of the 24" x 36" photo images.