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Conjoined in 3D – Opening Night

On Saturday, January 22nd, Copro Gallery in Santa Monica revealed “Conjoined in 3D”, a refreshing group exhibition by both 2D and 3D artists celebrating dimensional work that is everything from whimsical to dark and disturbing. For the show’s curator and fine artist/sculptor Chet Zar, “Conjoined in 3D” was a no-brainer idea when gallery director Gary Pressman invited him to curate. “I come from a background in movie special effects where 3D maquettes are a big part of the process. I really wanted to see a 3D show,” he shared. In just 4 short months, Chet and his fellow artists cranked out an exhibit that includes impressive new work by Colin Christian, Scott Hove, Kathie Olivias, Brandt Peters, Miso, and many others. Chet hopes for more 3D exhibits… and we do too. “Conjoined in 3D” exhibits at Copro Gallery from January 22, 2011 until February 12, 2011. Sweet Streets' own Hi Hi Caro checks in.

On Saturday, January 22nd, Copro Gallery in Santa Monica revealed “Conjoined in 3D”, a refreshing group exhibition by both 2D and 3D artists celebrating dimensional work that is everything from whimsical to dark and disturbing. For the show’s curator and fine artist/sculptor Chet Zar, “Conjoined in 3D” was a no-brainer idea when gallery director Gary Pressman invited him to curate. “I come from a background in movie special effects where 3D maquettes are a big part of the process. I really wanted to see a 3D show,” he shared. In just 4 short months, Chet and his fellow artists cranked out an exhibit that includes impressive new work by Colin Christian, Scott Hove, Kathie Olivias, Brandt Peters, Miso, and many others. Chet hopes for more 3D exhibits… and we do too. “Conjoined in 3D” exhibits at Copro Gallery from January 22, 2011 until February 12, 2011.

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