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Claudia Milan Art Series Continues:
Paintings by Tim Carmody and David Hinnebusch
Saturday, May 20, 2006, 6 to 9 p.m.at Claudia Milan
April 15, 2006, Venice, CA - Claudia Milan, one of Venice's ultimate shopping destinations, is pleased to announce the third installment of an ongoing series of art exhibitions and parties. On Saturday, May 20, from 6 to 9 pm Claudia Milan will host an opening reception for two of Venice's most forward thinking artists - David Hinnebusch and Tim Carmody. This joint show will coincide with the Venice Art Walk. The event will feature paintings, shopping, live music and refreshments and will be open to the public. "For this show, I wanted to feature two artists that best capture the rock and roll spirit of what Venice is really all about - Tim and David's work really capture that in a way that's truly exciting, and complements my approach at my shops," says Claudia Duenas-Milan, owner of Claudia Milan and Claudia Milan for Men. Paintings will remain on display at the stores through July, 2006.
The opening will also welcome Keira Mai and Jaipur to the Claudia Milan family. Keira Mai will offer high end floral arrangements and an exquisite line of fine fragrances, while Jaipur will be offering 18K jewelry featuring semiprecious and precious stones.
About David Hinnebusch
(Further information at www.hfilms.com, www.fakeart.net and www.myspace.com/hinnebusch .
David Hinnebusch is the self-proclaimed founder of the "German Irish Catholic Alcoholic Addict American Abstract Expressionist Figurative Element with Pieces of Pop Art " art movement and was born in Pittsburgh, PA. in 1964. He moved from Tanzania, East Africa to the University of California Los Angeles student housing in 1968 and except for living in Kenya, East Africa an additional year in 1970 to write 3 children's novels, has since lived and worked in Santa Monica and Venice painting, playing Dungeons and Dragons, singing in a punk band and getting off drugs. He has amassed an incredibly prolific set of works and designs that have become highly coveted pieces of art.
In the last twenty years a substantial body of paintings, have found their way into private collections both here and internationally. Call him the accidental artist. Says David, "I'm not into art- I'm into life- sex drugs punk rock good food and my friends- I paint from that... Art is mostly bullshit right up there with the oil companies in matters of importance to Western man."
More information about David Hinnebusch can be found at at hfilms.com, fakeart.net or on myspace.com/hinnebusch .
About Tim Carmody
Tim's work is highly informed by the art of photography - his inspiration is found in the interplay of positive and negative. Tim began to capture the image through photography in high school. After attending Famous Photographers School in Westport, CT, he began specializing in B&W printmaking in the 60's. He soon began to explore other media using photography as a foundation. After working in the silk screen business he began to use a high contrast graphic technique. This led to painting first and then he created his own method using lino-cuts, paint and ink. In the 80s and 90s he moved into sculpture and video. Currently he's involved in collage through the use of the computer. His work can be seen on wall murals in Balboa, Santa Ana, Irvine and Baldwin Park, CA. He has exhibited his work extensively in galleries throughout Laguna, CA.
Claudia Milan and Claudia Milan for Men are located at 1350 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Suites 101 and 102 in Venice, CA. The boutiques are open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and offer a highly edited collection of the best in wardrobing and accessories for men and women.
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