If you’re in the greater Los Angeles area , we invite you to check out artist Felicity Nove’s striking eco-art created by pouring paint on sustainably farmed wood panels. Her latest solo show, Heredity Pour, opens tomorrow, Saturday, February 13th at the Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825.
Coming from a family of environmentalists, Nove investigates the various interconnected relationships in nature and the underlying disturbances that displace it. 10% of sales from the show benefit Project Save our Surf Foundation.
“My family is deeply involved in the sustainable energy movement in Australia, “Nove says. “The question that I’m posing with these paintings is how to live consciously within our environment, especially as we are continually bombarded with stimuli. These new fluid paintings spill over, disrupt and collide in much the same way as our contemporary life experience.”
The opening will be from 6-9PM at LAAA/Gallery 825 located at 825 N. La Cienega Blvd.