4633 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90027

4633 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90027
323-666-7667 Fax: 323-663-0243

P.J. FIDLER – "The Permutation Generator"
JASON HOUCHEN – "Fallen Trees Spread No Seeds"

November 7 - 30, 2008
Artist reception: Friday, November 7, 2008 ~ 8:00 -11:00 pm
Online press release with images:

P.J. FIDLER – "The Permutation Generator"
PJ Fidler’s "The Permutation Generator" reflects the concept of metamorphism – sacrificing what you are to become something else. The paintings focus on life, love, sex and death and how each of these experiences transforms each one of us. Deeply influenced by his childhood surroundings in a small farm community in Central California, his art is an unfolding of nonlinear narratives. Commonly comprised of animal imagery, landscapes and religious iconography, Fidler’s work reflects his love of Flemish paintings, vintage children’s books, and contemporary graphic design using mixed media on wood and canvas. The results, with their mixture of adolescent archetypes and the dark psychological aspects of the human condition, are often surreal, ambiguous, and yet very much familiar. Fidler studied illustration at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. www.pjfidler.com

“P.J. Fidler’s pieces are exercises in exuberance. The macabre and the merry co-exist in a frenzy of color. Such a treat.” -- Pam Grossman, www.phantasmaphile.com

JASON HOUCHEN – "Fallen Trees Spread No Seeds"
Through his wood burnings, sculptures, mixed media and paintings, Jason Houchen fuses his Midwestern roots with his love of classical folk art, street art and pop surrealism. Spirits and spirituality, antiquity and memories freely flow from his extremely detailed works. “Fallen Trees Spread No Seeds” has a “how the west was stolen” theme, created with wood, a soldering iron, vintage cigar bands and stained glass. Describing himself as an “urban folk artist,” Houchen’s art is collected by artists and art dealers and can be found in the private collections of Liz McGrath, SHAG, Glenn Barr, Miles Thompson, Greg Escalante, Jan Corey Helford, Billy Shire and Annie Adjchavanich. Houchen received his BFA from the University of Missouri and is currently working on his masters and teaching in Illinois. www.jasonhouchen.com


La Luz de Jesus is located at the Soap Plant/Wacko building, in Los Feliz at 4633 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027. Gallery hours are Monday – Wednesday: 11am – 7pm, Thursday – Saturday: 11am – 9pm and Sunday 12-6pm. For high resolution jpegs, interview requests and more information contact: Lee Joseph Publicity, 359 E. Magnolia, Suite F., Burbank, CA 91502, [email protected], p (818) 848-2698 f (818) 848-2699.

Official Website: http://laluzdejesus.com

Added by LeeJP on October 29, 2008


Silver Lake Art Crawl

Hope you can all make it out for this amazing show, and to the rest of the Silver Lake Art Crawl: www.silverlakeartcrawl.com