Photography Exhibit Opening Reception this Friday--'LA Street Shooting'

Our Pleasure Palate member, Sally Field will be showing her wonderful photography work (along with a large # of other photographers) this Friday and I thought we could go show her some love and check out all the cool pictures.

Sally has a Great eye.  Check out some of her work:

More about the show (taken directly from the website):

Street Shooting in Los Angeles and Around the World – Nov 1


The Julia Dean Photo Workshops is proud to present: Street Shooting in Los Angeles and Around the World

Featuring the work of:

Alfred Shore, Amado Magtoto, Angie Jennings, Ariel Vardi, Barbara Pal, Barry Gray, Basak Prince, Beth Dubber, Blair Wells, Bonnie Blake, Brian Lahiere, Carl E. Coan, Carolina Korman, Cat Cruz, Cindy Crane, Claire Mallett, Corey Reeser, Cynthia C. Peterson, Daniel Medel, David Young-Wolf, Dean Carpentier, Diane Cockerill, Dick Sanders, Donna Stellini, E.K. Waller, Ed Schuman, Elisa Ferrari, Emiliano Brooks-Luna, Eric Lassiter, Erica Martin, Foster Kerrison, Gail Just, Gerhard Clausing, Gina Cholick, Hali Helfgott, Hanna Barakat, Jamie  Johnson, Jason Sanqui, Jennifer Stuart, Jeremy Oversier, Joseph Longo, Kasia Czerksi, Kate Flexter, Kate Jackson, Kathy Cahill, Kaye Erickson, KC Slagle, Kelley Rich, Kerry Benderson, Kiki Venios, Kristin Kirgan, Laura Moss, Leba Marquez, Lisa Aileen Dragani, Loon Ferrand, Lorraine Devon Wilke, Lynn McClelland, Marisa Sarto, Maureen Bond, Maureen J Haldeman, Meghan E. McMahon, Melanie Chapman, Michael Hutsenpiller, Naomi Troeger, Nataly Rader, Noe Padilla, Pamela J, Peggy Nugent, Perry Fuller, Penny Perri, Peter Erhard, Randy Wright, Richard Greene, Rohina Hoffman, Safi Alia Shabaik,

 Sally Ann Field,

Sandra Gray, Sandra Post, Santiago Espejel, Sarah Hadley, Semantha Norris, Slavyana Zinovyeva, Spencer Stephens, Steve Banks, Susan Swihart, Tony Bonilla, Tracy Fleischman, Virginia Parks Williamson and Zoran Milosavljevic


Friday, November 1, 2013, 7 – 10 pm


The Julia Dean Gallery
, 755 Seward St., Los Angeles, CA 90038 T:[masked]


“Street Shooting in Los Angeles and Around the World” is a print-only photography exhibition featuring the work of 89 photographers and nearly 300 prints.  Photographers submitted work with a “street shooting” theme in mind.  This is not a juried show, but rather an opportunity for artists to show their work at The Julia Dean Gallery

Join me for what should be an interesting event!  I won't be staying the whole 3 hours.  Come and go when you want but please let me know when you come so I don't mark you as a no-show.

Parking?  I'll try to find out more tomorrow but it's never good in that whole area (N of Melrose, E of Highland)--give yourself extra time or take public transportation.

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  • SunnyDE

    Looks like I will make it after 7pm. I am meeting a friend near the Western ave exit from Red Line about 7pm. We then travel together, park & see the exhibit

    November 1, 2013

  • Sally

    The best mojito I've had in L.A. I going to try to meet you!

    November 1, 2013

  • Chrissy

    I think I will be at the bar @ Xiomara beforehand. Should arrive about 6:15 and then make my way down the street @ 7. Supposedly a great mojito.
    Address is: 6101 Melrose Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90038

    November 1, 2013

  • SunnyDE

    I'm going to try and make this event, however not certain, so I did not RSVP Yes. Traffic remains a problem!

    1 · November 1, 2013

  • Kiyo

    There are sooo many places to rsvp for this exhibit, I'm just putting yes as they pop up. So great you are putting this up Chrissy!!

    1 · October 31, 2013

  • Sally

    Thank you so much for making this an event, Chrissy. It's gonna be a good show!

    1 · October 30, 2013

  • Yumi R.

    So wish I could be there buy have my own exhibit to attend (showing my sister's painting). Hoping this exhibit wills run for a while so I can check it out another time.

    2 · October 29, 2013

  • Paula

    So sorry to miss this one. Sally, I hope to see your next show!

    2 · October 29, 2013

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