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All the Sordid Little Details opens May 13th at WWA gallery

Press release from: WWA gallery
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All the Sordid Little Details
Featuring works by:
Jacob Livengood, Ken Garduno, Jesse Hotchkiss
Dan Barry, David Ball, and William Buzzell
Opening Reception: Friday, May 13th, 2011 from 7-10pm
On View: May 13th – June 18th, 2011
Get lost in the details of six incredible artists’ work this May 13th at the WWA gallery with the Industrial Squid curated All the Sordid Little Details. Contributing artists David Ball, Dan Barry, William Buzzell, Ken Garduno, Jesse Hotchkiss, and Jacob Livengood all craft meticulously detailed artwork that, due the painstaking methods and techniques used, allows for an insight into the hearts and minds of the artists themselves.
A collection of paintings, ink drawings and mixed media collages, All the Sordid Little Details will feature a variety of works, styles and themes all tied together by the intricate nature of the works. All six of these artists are driven by a compulsive need, not simply to create, but to create works that require an extensive amount of time and an extraordinary attention to detail in their completion.
Open to the public, the All the Sordid Little Details gallery reception is from 7 - 10pm on Friday, May 13th. The exhibition will run until June 18th, 2011.

About WWA gallery:
Located in the Culver City Art District, WWA gallery's goal is to present emerging and established artists who have an individual perspective and clear vision and aesthetic. With a focus on figurative and illustrative work, WWA gallery will be presenting an array of shows with a wide range of artists such as David Ball, William Paul Buzzell, Ben Kehoe, KRK Ryden, Miss Mindy, CJ Metzger, Jim Darling, Tina Darling, Dan Barry, Jesse Hotchkiss,

For additional press inquiries please contact Callie:
calllie@wwagallery.com or 310.836.4992
9517 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
WWAgallery.com 310.836.4992
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11-5pm

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