Tribal Neo-Pop Art by Laguna's Terrell Anansi Opens at by rjt20314

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News Release
(for use at will after July 26, 2006 10am PST):
Contact: Charles Michael Murray / Dick Ward
Endangered Planet — (949) 497-5690
384 Forest Ave., Gallery 13, Laguna Beach, CA 92651



     “Tribal Neo-Pop Art” by Laguna’s Terrell Anansi
           Opens at Endangered Planet Gallery

          LAGUNA BEACH, CA - Laguna Beach’s Terrell Washington Anansi, an environmental
     painter, poet and performance artist, will exhibit a new series of collage creations using
     recycled materials at Endangered Planet Gallery, beginning on August 1.
          Terrell’s playful and colorful new works - which the artist identifies as “Tribal Neo-Pop
     Art” - use cardboard, leaves, and a variety of other materials to create dramatic and vivid
     images with a great sense of fun.
          A reception for the artist is scheduled for the evening of September 7, from 6:30 to 9:00
     p.m., in conjunction with Laguna’s First Thursdays Art Walk.
          Terrell’s exhibition continues through September 30. Selected works from the show,
     including three new limited-edition prints on 100% recycled paper, are available for viewing
     and purchase on-line at endangeredplanet.org.
          Endangered Planet is dedicated to the preservation of the earth and its inhabitants
     through the arts and public awareness programs. In addition to artwork exhibitions, the
     Endangered Planet Gallery offers CDs, DVDs, videos, and books on environmental and
     cultural-protection topics for adults and children. Endangered Planet logo shirts and
     jackets and EarthDayLagunaBeach.org logo clothing are also featured.
          A portion of sales of all artwork and other items supports the Orange County Chapter of
     the American Red Cross and a variety of other charities.
          The galley is located in The Lumber Yard Mall at 384 Forest Ave., Suite #13, in Laguna
     Beach (across the street from Café Zinc). For more information, contact Endangered Planet
     Gallery at (949) 497-5690 or visit the website at endangeredplanet.org.
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     Terrell’s “Water Baby” is a new limited-edition print on 100% recycled paper
     that is featured at the artist’s new one-man show of “Tribal Neo-Pop Art” at
     Endangered Planet Gallery in Laguna Beach.

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                            384 Forest Ave. • Gallery 13 • Laguna Beach • California • 92651 • USA
                            949.497.5690 phone • 949.497.6106 fax
                            EndangeredPlanet.org

								
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