Plastic bottles of water and soda are also poisenous. When the plastic is heated, poison leaches into the liquid inside. The bottles are heated when transported to stores in trucks, so you can't fix it or avoid it.. you are buying poison off the shelf.
The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatted calf together; and a little child shall lead them. Isaiah 11:1-10. Matthew 3:1-12
Plastic bottles of water are also poisenous. When the plastic is heated, poison leaches into the water inside. The bottles are heated when transported in trucks, so you can't fix it or avoid it.. you are buying poison off the shelf.
"Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed." ~ Kahlil Gibran
These compositions suggest forms that are present and forms that are absent. Layers that hide and reveal. Out of disorder comes order, out of darkness comes light, out of time to present, from ignorance to enlightenment.
Lillian Abel is a resident of Los Angeles, California and has exhibited in New York City and Los Angeles as well as various venues across the United States. She has been exhibited internationally in Krakow, Poland. Her work is in various collections, including, Barry Zito, San Diego; Elinor Turner, Beverly Hills CA; Paul Lussier Company, Hollywood, CA; Ellie Blankfort, Los Angeles, CA; SRO Housing Corporation, Los Angeles, CA; Bob Crewe, Los Angeles CA; Xorin Balbes, Sowden House, Los Angeles, CA; Susan Camiel, The Bond House, San Diego, CA; The Walker Art Collection, Garnett, Kansas; Lawry Smith, Director, La MaMa Galleria, NY, NY; Elizabeth Hastings Peterfreund, NY, NY; Margaret Thomsen/Thomsen Gallery/Tappan NY and the Merrill G. & Emita E. Hastings Foundation, NYC.
Abel's work has been published in the OCCCA Catalog "Energy", Introduction by Howard Fox, 2011; the Los Angeles Art Association 2009 Catalog, Sammy Hoi, Juror; Art In Southern California (2009, Project Concept and Coordinator Irina D. Costache, Ph.D., Professor of Art History) "Insight/Inside LA" Exhibit, Jose Drudis-Biada Gallery at Mount Saint Mary's College Curator: Jode Baral, CD Catalog; "Eleventh Annual Los Art Show - Five Centuries of Art", Exhibition Catalog, p. 117; "Streetwise art from skid row", by Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times Weekend Calendar, May 29, 2003, p. 12; MAC 21 Feria Internacional De Arte Contemporaneo (Marbella, Spain, 2002); Architecture & Business, December 2000 (Poland); Invited to publish in "California Artists Directory", October 1998; Alexandria Museum of Art, 1998 September Exhibition Catalog.
Her Public Art and Commissions include the Hawthorne Police Department in Hawthorne California, the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City and the Casino Aztar in Evansville Indiana.
Abel is the founder of The Art Workshop in downtown Skid Row, Los Angeles, whose mission is to mentor the Artists of the community. This Workshop is featured in the Documentary "Humble Beauty" by Letitia Schwartz & Judith Vogelsang which has been screened at many film festivals and will be aired on PBS KCET TV on July 12th at 8 p.m.