“Night Sky, Palm” by Eric Beltz

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Eric Beltz, “Night Sky, Palm” (Eric Beltz and CB1 Gallery)

I’m guessing it’s an affinity for the intricate, geometric beauty of plants that draws me to the mesmerizing graphite drawings of artist Eric Beltz. You can read more in The Los Angeles Times: “A million points of dark: The thrilling pencil drawings of Eric Beltz.”

Currently showing at CB1 Gallery, 1923 S. Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles. Through July 15; closed Sundays and Mondays. (213) 806-7889, www.cb1gallery.com.

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4 Responses to “Night Sky, Palm” by Eric Beltz

  1. Nell says:

    This *is* mesmerizing. At first glimpse I thought this was an aerial b&w photo of a Moroccan tiled garden…

  2. Denise says:

    Nell, and LA Tiimes says the drawings are not much bigger than “pocket size” — I’ve gotta see them.

  3. hb says:

    “Mesmerizing” is the word, alright.

  4. David Feix says:

    Fantastic, wish I could just drop in and see them. Thanks for sharing.

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