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David P. Earle

David P. Earle is a Los Angeles-based artist. His work has been shown at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions,The Fellows of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), Monte Vista Projects (Los Angeles), Offramp Gallery (Pasadena), The Torrance Art Museum, and The IFC Center (New York). Recent residencies include Side Street Project's On-site Artist series and The Artist Studio at One Colorado in Pasadena. He is the editor and curator of “The Open Daybook,” a perpetual calendar featuring the work of 365 contemporary artists which was published in book form by Mark Batty Publisher (Random House) and exhibited at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Earle is a resident artist at Elephant, an artist run space in Glassell Park. He is an adjunct faculty member of The School of Critical Studies at CalArts and a faculty member of The Armory Center for the Arts.

(Photo credit: Tigre Fino)


David P. Earle


Family Activity at The Eclectic Fest
All ages Saturday, April 28, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Make art collages and haikus to express diversity & neighborly love in our community. Inspired by the art installation, “Have You Seen Him?” No need to sign up, just show up near the “Walking Man” sculpture by the South Pasadena Metro Station, Meridian Ave. and Mission Street.

Teacher: Crystal Ho
Fee: $0.00

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