An exhibit called “Juxtaposed Perceptions” opens July 12 and local artist Idelle Tyzbir will be a part of it. The perceptions of three different artists will be featured, including Tyzbir, Eugenia Shapiro and Connie Cambardella.
Tyzbir will show her abstract multi-dimensional works and watercolors, Shapiro’s oil paintings will be showcased, and Cambardella will have photographs in the exhibit. They will be on display from July 12-August 8, 2017.
Juxtaposed Perceptions can be viewed at Topanga Canyon Gallery at Pine Tree Circle, located at 120 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Suite 109 in Topanga. For more information, call the gallery at 310-455-7909 or visit TopangaCanyonGallery.com.
“Our different interests and mediums make us an unusual and interesting collaboration, creating an exciting synergy,” Tyzbir said.
Eugenia Shapiro portrays the uniqueness and harmony she sees in people’s faces. Idelle Okman Tyzbir, (aka The Metal Wrestler), creates musically inspired abstract sculptures and watercolors that speak of her everyday life. She says she has a “split personality.” Connie Cambardella will tell you “that through her passion, her images propel you into feeling every beat, movement, and beautiful daily rhythms of life’s journey.”