Happy Face | Eric Lodwick
Happy Faces by
Eric Lyle Lodwick
LSH CoLAB is pleased to present Eric Lyle Lodwick – Happy Faces.
Opening Wednesday, January 16th 2019.
HAPPY FACES is a selection of photographs by Eric Lyle Lodwick. Shot over the course of two years in Paris and New York, this collection captures behind the scenes moments of high fashion when the cameras are turned off. The images bring to light instances of reflection, introspection, and jubilance. These are human beings: friends, family and strangers. Each unabashedly, sometimes unknowingly revealing themselves.
Photos on our blog! Click here to view.
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LSH x Thread Haus
We joined up with LA Designer Thread Haus to incapsulate a collection dedicated to Deconstructed Symmetry.
Come by LSH CoLAB to try on our handmade pieces.
778 N. Virgil Ave.
Opening February 24th, 2018
When I worked, I'd take paintings to the set in my car and sell them. Then I'd worry - what am I gonna do when I'm not working? I'd be exhausted, fat, getting rid of a girlfriend. So I'd paint.
I like wearing down; erosion of materials. I've scraped, burned, melted wax, used razor blades, power washed (big mistake).
I don't have a plan when I start. I usually work with canvas or board on the floor. I start adding paper and paint and then I peel it back and see what I have.
Senon has taken the scale up a notch and created large works on paper of his stirring images.
"I have been painting fervently for two years, it feels good to slow down with these larger works. More comtemplation at a scale where my focus can traverse the page, a keen satisfaction rooting in deeper longer thought emanates from this work."