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Jill Simonsen captures the stark disconnection of the suburbs in her acrylic paintings on canvas, illustrating the sterile environments which many of us know so well be it in the burbs or during the desolate wee hours of the morning in the city. Jill's work will be on display as part of a two person show with Scott Belcastro in gallery one of the Cerasoli:LeBasse Gallery in Culver City opening, November 8th at 8p.m. Also opening in gallery 2 is Nate Frizzell's solo show Put on a Happy Face.

Jill Simonsen captures the stark disconnection of the suburbs in her acrylic paintings on canvas, illustrating the sterile environments which many of us know so well be it in the burbs or during the desolate wee hours of the morning in the city. Contrasting a palette of pastels, the sillouettes of telephone poles, the profile of a lone lamp post with the backdrop of leafless trees express the “means by which people communicate or become isolated.” Her work will be on display as part of a two person show with Scott Belcastro in gallery one of the Cerasoli:LeBasse Gallery y in Culver City opening, November 8th at 8p.m. Also opening in gallery 2 is Nate Frizzell’s solo show Put on a Happy Face whose figurative work in this show, questions the human condition and the difficulty we have being honest with ourselves and those around us.


Jill Simonsen


Jill Simonsen


Scott Belcastro


Nate Frizzell


Nate Frizzell

Cerasoli:LeBasse Gallery: 8530-B Washingto Blvd: Culver City, CA 90232

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