This April brings fresh art into both shops! First up is Stephanie Del Monte, an artist working in wood, wool, and cotton rope to create handcrafted wall hangings that are imbued with spirit and intention. In the Oakland space Stephanie will be showcasing her new series, ANGELS, on Friday, April 6th from 5:30 to 8pm. At ESQUELETO LA, Luke Forsyth will exhibit colored pencil + oil pastel drawings, taking as his subject the interior spaces and objects of the American West. Luke’s work is rendered in a fantasy palette of candy colors – a total treat for the eyes! Join us in LA for the opening reception celebrating Luke’s new drawings on April 13th from 4pm to 7pm.
        Stephanie Del Monte finds her inspiration from her current home: the American West, as well as the Viennese Art Nouveau movement, Jugendstil. She creates unique handcrafted objects with wood, hand-dyed cotton rope, metal and natural wool. For her exhibit with ESQUELETO, she is currently working on a series of large wall hangings titled “Angels”. These wall hangings are made with the intention of offering protection and guidance. Join us for the opening reception on Friday, April 6th, 2018 between 5:30-8pm at Esqueleto Oakland. Light refreshments will be served. ESQUELETO 482 A 49th Street Oakland, CA 94609
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          Los Angeles-based artist Luke Forsyth's colored pencil and oil pastel drawings reveal a fascination with mundane items, the western landscape, and the tension between interior and exterior spaces and objects. Please join us in our L.A. location for the opening reception Friday April 13th from 4-7pm. Light refreshments will be served. Works on view April 9th - May 27th. ESQUELETO Los Angeles 1298 W. Sunset Blvd. 213.947.3508
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