Friday, April 18, 2008

Hello Everyone,
You're cordially invited to join us tonight at the Light Gallery, bring friends and family, I will have 2 Paintings, including this one roght below, will also have live painting,and many super talented artists, including ,Big Toe, Bill McEvoy, take the 405 to the 55, go south, left on 17th st, will be on your left,if you need help with directions, let me know, 213 268 6843 :):)

www. paul-torres. com

"Ellis Island" 55x75, oil on canvas, 2008,( prices are available upon request)

"14 miles to Independence Rock", oil on panel, 24x48, 2008



THEY - group Art Exhibition

Finally , an answer to a question that has plagued
humanity since the dawn of time: Who are "THEY"?
It turns out , Bill "13:11" McEvoy and a gang of ultra
talented artists have decided to show us what the
"Powers That Be " never wanted us to see.

(well at least a possible truth.

The Reptilians walk amongst us.

Not only do they walk amongst us, but they practically
control every facet of our daily lives.

"They" are our Government Officials , They are our
Teachers and our Law enforcement.

They have been here
since The serpent first urged Eve to eat from the tree
of knowledge.

They plan to be here well after the
human race is broken down into nothing more than
cattle prepped for the slaughterhouse.

Bill 13:11 Mcevoy, Ken Ruzic, Augie Pagan, BigTOE,Gregory Rodriquez,
Mike Bilz, Randy Kono, Jeremy Simmons,Max Neutra,LD Grant,NC winters,Ten-4 Studios, Paul Torres, David Lozeau & More!
Live painting MASHup on one of the gallery walls!
Live Video MIxing from VJ Franz, Dj's Knoe & DJ Sublymnl

In their own unique and interesting styles, this team
of skilled artists , most of whom spend their days
working professionally as commercial artists, have
banded together to give the public a peek under the
proverbial rug.

Their goal to simply shine a light in
the darkness that is "THEY".

Fun and fanciful ,
serious and technical the individual artists weave an
aesthetic that tells a complete story and is dripping
with Technicolor eye candy.

And you can see it all on the opening reception April 12th

The Light Gallery
440 E. 17th St.

Costa Mesa, 9262

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