FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Announcing the first ever Lincoln Heights Biennale at deb3321.
Opening Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Los Angeles, California, March 15, 2013--deb3321, an artist studio located in Lincoln Heights is pleased to announce that attendees of the studio will participate in the first ever Lincoln Heights Biennale.
"Since opening our doors one year ago, our weekly figure drawing and critique sessions have attracted a diverse group of artists who joing together every Saturday within an atmosphere of camaraderie." said Deborah C Voigt, proprietor of the studio. "The Binennale is an opportunity to share their talents with a wider audience as well as bring visibility to the arts communities existing in Lincoln Heights."
The opening of the LHB will be on Saturday, April 27 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. deb3321 is located at 3321 Pasadena Avenue in Lincoln Heights across from Mom's Tamales. Cross street is Avenue 34. Parking is easily available on both streets.
The opening is by invitation only. If you would like to be included on the guest list for this pleasant evening, please email
The exhibition will also be open for public viewing every Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. from
April 28 through June 8, 2013. It will also be open from 5pm to 10pm on June 8, as a participant of the North East Los Angeles (NelaArt) Art Walk.
Drawing, painting and photography primarily representational will range from the sensitive line to painterly bravado or sublime, the sensual painted portrait to abstract painting of the interrupted portal, remarkable sumi gestural drawings of the quickly apprehended; photographs that infer the object through its signs, shadows and environment, and photographs that place the space. More surprises to come.
While the artists are mature, for most this will be their first public exhibition--a true emerging celebrating their growth. Artists include: Tsan Yang, Erika Olden, Grace Umali, Shana Han, Ray Indolos, Roger Stephenson, Rika Everett, Christine Haenen and more.
deb3321 is the studio of Deborah C Voigt. Providing uninstructed figure drawing & critique sessions, exhibitions, lectures; the primary purpose in opening up to the studio to others is to create an artists controlled community--where artists place are where it belongs--under their vision, supervision and intelligence.
Media Contact: Deborah C Voigt,