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‘Timeline Art Show’ – San Pedro, CA

Timeline Gallery opened its doors in March of 2011 and was collectively founded by established artists: Alan Padilla, Carlos Torres and Zed. Timeline is composing a premiere studio for creative and innovating artists. The gallery has already made a statement with its second show of the year, Timeline Art Show. With a diverse selection of art mediums from oil paintings, airbrush, color pencil to acrylics. The show featured new works by: Shawn Barber, Nikko Hurtado, Chet Zar, Michael Hussar and Michael Padilla and many others. The Timeline Art show runs until September 3rd at: 1117 S. Pacific Ave. San Pedro, California. Erwin Recinos

Timeline Gallery opened its doors in March of 2011 and was collectively founded by established artists: Alan Padilla, Carlos Torres and Zed. Timeline is composing a premiere studio for creative and innovating artists. The gallery has already made a statement with its second show of the year, Timeline Art Show. With a diverse selection of art mediums from oil paintings, airbrush, color pencil to acrylics. The show featured new works by: Shawn Barber, Nikko Hurtado, Chet Zar, Michael Hussar and Michael Padilla and many others. The Timeline Art show runs until September 3rd at: 1117 S. Pacific Ave. San Pedro, California. – Erwin Recinos

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