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Open Studio with ELIAS C. TELLES 10-02-04

You are cordially invited to an open studio at the private home of
California Folk Artist
One of California's most up-and-coming folk artists.
See his work in Ray; Legally Blonde II; Cheaper By The Dozen; Law & Order; Yes, Dear; and the upcoming Warm Springs.
Saturday, October 2
12noon to 5pm
128 So. Spruce Street
Montebello, CA 90640
~the largest display of recent and past works to date will be available for viewing and sale~
Refreshments will be served in the garden. Pre-sale opportunities available;
all major credit cards accepted.
Please call 310-226-7015 with any questions.
All are welcome!

This should be a fun day, and a nice trip out of the city: about 25 minutes east of Los Angeles of the 60 before Pomona.
Stop by and see us!

...Specializing in the Civil War era and the turn of the century, collectors are attracted to Elias Telles' primitive folk paintings of notable historical figures, from war heroes & villains to jazz musicians, farmers, baseball players and brave American women. After meeting Elias Telles, you will see that his own life has been as colorful as his art. This California native immortalizes the American landscape in every painting and captures the essence of our diverse and inspiring citizenry - from Presidents to stable boys.
Notable Collectors:
Peter Bergman
Andy Dick, actor
Pearlie Rose S. Baluyat – UCLA Dept. of Art History (not necessarily bought for the school)Chicago Art Institute – (not necessarily bought for the Institute, may be staff)
KC Fox (Eddie Murphy movie set designer)
Michael Mann, director and his daughter Ami
Kevin Ackerman, director
House of Blues, Hollywood