diPietro Todd Salon, Black & White Works on Paper

 

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• diPietro Todd Salon — 31 Black & White Works on Paper — This exhibit was extended

Black & White Works on Paper
July 2003 through December 2003 January 2004

Thanks to everyone who helped make the Opening Party
   quirky, fashionable, dangerous and memorable.
– Pictures of the opening party [Posted: AUG-17].
– Eric Pop's "DJ-ing at Art Exhibit" photos & movies
The Opening was at diPietro Todd Salon in Palo Alto
Friday August 15, 2003
7 to 11 PM
with music by DJ Eric Pop (KZSU 90.1 FM)
and multiple performances of Urban-Tribal
Tantric Fire Bellydance by Melodia & Heather

Artisan Wine Tasting*
Hosted by Vin,Vino,Wine

diPietro Todd Salon
  2307 Birch Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306
  at Cambridge, one block north of California Avenue
  Map & Driving Directions
  650 328 4545
  Hours: Tues-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5

*A nominal fee will apply for the Wine Tasting

Misha Bittleston — Black & White Works on Paper — July through December 2003 — Misha Bittleston has exhibited in — England, Italy, New York, and California.  — Inquiries please contact info@mishabittleston.com. — To view more work, including recent paintings, visit: — www.mishabittleston.com — You are invited to the Opening Party — at diPietro Todd Salon in Palo Alto — Friday August 15, 2003 — 7 to 11 PM — with music by Eric Pop (KZSU 90.1 FM) — and a performance of — Urban-Tribal Tantric Bellydance by Melodishiva — Artisan Wine Tasting* — Hosted by Vin, Vino, Wine — diPietro Todd Salon — 2307 Birch Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306 — at Cambridge, one block north of California Avenue — Tues-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5 — Front: Thank You Susy Gómez 3, 1997-09-02, Ink on Paper, 14x11 — *A nominal fee will apply for the Wine Tasting
Below: Wall plaque from di Pietro Todd exhibition, 2003.
Misha Bittleston (b.England, 1928-2006, New York) — Bittleston paints.  Oh cascading fonts of joy, — dear artist's gift. But he has lived life, see, — traveled along paths and edges of mountains, — slipped like brushstrokes on ancient — Campanian boulevards: he's crossed continents. —   — His work emerges and conjures the pacific,  — the fantastic; work of yearning, of the hope — and depth of belief.  Ah, following the mind — and the legs which carry it, over hillocks and — starbursts, and into the dreamland.  — -Tim Gumto, Friday, August 15, 2003 10:06 AM



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