Photography exhibition by Stephanie Vovas

“Some Time with You” a photography exhibition by Stephanie Vovas

Edgar Varela Fine Arts (EVFA) presents

Some Time With You.

This solo exhibition will run November 5th to December 3rd
Special closing event to be announced.

Saturday November 5th, 2011 (7-10pm)
EVFA @ 727 S. Spring Street, LA 90014

Stephanie Vovas

Born in Springfield, Massachusetts, based in Los Angeles, CA, Stephanie Vovas is a winner of a bronze PX3 2011, and a PDN Faces Contest Winner, 2011. She has been in numerous group shows in the past few years, including MOPLA/Smashbox, and is also in private collections.

She graduated from the University of Maine/Maine Photographic Workshops, in 1993. It is there she discovered her photo idols: Helmut Newton, Larry Sultan, Gary Winogrand, Stephen Shore, and learned to express herself through her photography. She was heavily drawn to experimenting with photo processes, rather than formal studio work. She has an extensive body of Polaroid work in addition to her recent digital work.

Stephanie makes photographs of people that tell stories, and show a side of the person no one has ever seen, be it real or made-up. Private moments, transformation, beauty, sensuality, and uncertainty are what she is interested in photographically. She lives in Los Angeles with her boyfriend Tom.

Mesopotamia Art and Artists in Diaspora

Assyrian Aid Society


Mesopotamia Art and Artists in Diaspora

Artists reception will be on Oct 22 at 6.00 PM.
Exhibition Opens Thursday Oct.13 thru Oct. 31, 2011

Featuring work from Artists:

Paul Batou
Qais Al Sindy
Odette Tomik
John Hajjar
Ramsin Yefima

The Art show will feature Mesopotamian artists from Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey.

Mesopotamians are the remaining Christian minorities (also known as the Assyrian, Chaldean and Syriac) in the region. Through out the history, they were forced to leave their land and migrate to various regions around the world, due to horrors of Ethnic-cleansing massacres and wars, in search of democracy and freedom.

Mesopotamian artists representing their passion for freedom, peace, beauty of nature and different aspects from the region through a variety of cultural subjects and mediums, believe that the whole world is a mixture of colors that forms a harmony with love and peace which should be preserved for all humanity.

The event is sponsored by Assyrian Aid Society of America which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to helping people with their basic needs such as food, shelter, healthcare in the Ninveh region. This event is to promote Mesopotamian Art, culture and values. All proceeds are dedicated for building schools, promoting education

A Sunday Picnic & Discussion Panel (Sunday Oct.23rd)

A Sunday Picnic @ Analog Salon
October 23rd, Noon-2:30pm
3539 Hayden Avenue
Culver City, CA 90232

Please Join us this coming Sunday October 23rd from Noon-2:30pm for a Sunday picnic and discussion panel on the lawn of the Stealth building (across the street from Analog Salon)

We will provide great Organic wine from Frey Vinyards in Mendocino County, chairs and stimulating conversation.

We encourage you to go bring a picnic and a blanket and enjoy the unique architectural lawn of the Stealth Building, an amazing structure created by Architect Eric Owen Moss.

The panel will discuss Architecture and its relation with art, the new art fair season in Los Angeles and Pacific Standard Time.

Guest panelists include Craig Krull (Graig Krull Gallery), Shana Nys Dambrot (LA Canvas/LA Weekly/Whitehot) and Bill Bush (ArtWeek.LA)

Proudly sponsored Digital Fusion & Samitaur Contructs as part of the ongoing Analog Salon series of art exhibitions and discussions.