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Opening Night: Marion Peck’s “Animals” at Michael Kohn Projects

Marion Peck's new show "Animals" opened Saturday March 30 to a full house at gallerist Michael Kohn's new project space in Los Angeles. Fans, family and well-wishers sipped wine and conversed about which of the 11 new paintings were their favorite. Marion Peck is known for her off kilter, symbolism infused subject matter rendered in a classical style, and this show was no exception. The show runs through April 27 and you can take a look online here. Check out our exclusive opening night photos by Jo David and Marlow Harris after the jump!

Marion Peck‘s new show “Animals” opened Saturday March 30 to a full house at gallerist Michael Kohn‘s new project space in Los Angeles. Fans, family and well-wishers sipped wine and conversed about which of the 11 new paintings were their favorite. Marion Peck is known for her off kilter, symbolism infused subject matter rendered in a classical style, and this show was no exception. The show runs through April 27 and you can take a look online here. Check out our exclusive opening night photos by Jo David and Marlow Harris.

Collector Marlow Harris, Marion Peck, and Roq La Rue/Hi-Fructose’s Kirsten Anderson

Artists Helen Garber, Liz McGrath and Tim Biskup

Artist and Mark Ryden’s muse Jessicka Addams with Husband Christian Addams

Artists Dale Sizer and Mark Ryden

Collector Jo David with artist Camille Rose Garcia

Gary Baseman in his signature chipmunk suit

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