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Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Center Stage Gallery, L.A.: Peter Clarke «Past, Pencil, Future», June 7th until June 30th, 2013

If you're in the L.A. area, then this is for you! The grand opening of Center Stage Gallery (CSG) with Peter Clarke!
«As part of the gallery’s grand opening we are proud to introduce our first artist in residence from June 7th – June 30th featuring in appearance New York Illustrator and Feature Film industry professional Peter Clarke. In his first solo show named “Past, Pencil, Future” the gallery will be premiering over fifty original works. Sale will open online on June 1st.» CENTERSTAGEGALLERY.COM
Apropos, here's what Peter de Sève, over at his lovely blog, is saying about his very pal, Peter Clarke.


Artwork by Peter Clarke

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