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Beyond Eden 2010 Recap – La Luz de Jesus

In our continuing coverage of last weekend's Beyond Eden Art Fair, here are some pics from the esteemed La Luz de Jesus. Here's what Matt from the gallery had to say about their exhibition this year: "We displayed 14 artists total, with a large portion going to the Christopher Ulrich "Illuminator" series. We didn't bring the whole series, but we did bring half of it. There were multiple pieces from Nathan Ota, Yumiko Kayukawa, Mark Todd, Damian Fulton, Rick Araluce and Robert Palacios, and individual teasers from Laurie Lipton, Danni Shinya Luo, Mark Bodnar, John Puglisi, Ana Bagayan, and Bryan Cunningham and a beautiful upright-and-free-standing painted triptych by Jennifer Jelenski."

Check out the work that was on display, as well as a couple pics of Robert Williams accepting his Lifetime Achievement Award from La Luz' Matt Kennedy, all after the jump.

In our continuing coverage of last weekend’s Beyond Eden Art Fair, here are some pics from the esteemed La Luz de Jesus. Here’s what Matt from the gallery had to say about their exhibition this year: “We displayed 14 artists total, with a large portion going to the Christopher Ulrich “Illuminator” series. We didn’t bring the whole series, but we did bring half of it. There were multiple pieces from Nathan Ota, Yumiko Kayukawa, Mark Todd, Damian Fulton, Rick Araluce and Robert Palacios, and individual teasers from Laurie Lipton, Danni Shinya Luo, Mark Bodnar, John Puglisi, Ana Bagayan, and Bryan Cunningham and a beautiful upright-and-free-standing painted triptych by Jennifer Jelenski.

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