Recommended openings to catch this weekend…

Fri, Oct. 17th 7-11PM
The Grind
12222 Venice Blvd in Los Angeles
“Behind The Mask” group show with Clinton Neuhaus, Christopher Ulrich, Ted Von Heiland, Bob Lizarraga, Jennifer Springman, Christopher Hall and more plus live painting from Michael Pukac

Sat, Oct. 18th 6:30-10PM
2062 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles / 310.445.9276
“Vote For Survival” featuring new work from Nikki McClure
(On view through Nov. 12th)

Sat, Oct. 18th 7-9PM (private reception) / 9PM-1AM (public reception) – $10 Admission
Hangar 1018
1018 S. Santa Fe in Los Angeles
Music Share – featuring artworks created by musicians or inspired by music and presented by Cannibal Flower, Aesthetic V and Milagro Communications with works from Ron English (pictured above), Slash, Mark Mothersbough, Lemmy Kilmister, Wayne Kramer, Shepard Fairey, Inger Lorre, Daniel Johnston, Richard Duardo, Anthony Ausgang, N.C. Winters, Michael Pukac, Michael Alvarez, Clinton Neahaus, Douglas Alvarez, Christopher Ulrich, and many more – 20% of all art sales will be donated to MusicCares, a non-profit organization that provides assistance to persons in the music business in critical financial need – – for more info on the exhibit, check out
(Also open to the public on Sun, Oct. 19th 1-4PM)

Sat, Oct. 18th 7-11PM
La Luz De Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles / 323.666.7667
“Family Guy C.R.A.P. (Collection of Rare Art Pieces)” – featuring over 20 participating artists interpreting the art of Family Guy – Mark Covell, Sam Fout, Chad Geran, JAKe, Joseph Lee, Lola, Bethany Marchman, Dan May, Mark McHaley, Pete McKee, Dominic Palchino, John Pelico, Dave Perillo, Julius Preite, Grant Searcey, Nathan Spoor, Joe Vaux, and more – presented by 20th Century Fox and Acme Archives

Sat Oct. 18th 6-10PM
Norm Maxwell Gallery
1836 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles
“High Low Brow” featuring new works from Paul Torres

Sat, Oct. 18th 7-10PM
Track 16 Gallery
2525 Michigan Avenue, C1 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica / 310.264.4678
“No Spitting – No Kidding” featuring new works from Robbie Conal
(On view through Nov. 12th)

Sat, Oct. 18th 7-10PM
2895 Agoura Road in Westlake Village / 805.497.4717
“Horror Business” group show curated by Eyeone featuring works by Alex Pardee, French, Andrew “The Kid” Farnsley, Axis, Dennis McNett, Derek Albeck, Eye One, Give Up, Jacob Bannon, Jawn Agione, Marco Zamora, Tomii Lim, William Boone, Woo and more

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