Lori Earley @Opera Gallery: Preview Opening Photos

Juxtapoz // Friday, 27 Apr 2007
The Opera Gallery in Soho, New York, played host to Anima Sola, the latest solo show from surrealist-portrait artist Lori Earley. The show was packed at the press preview on April 26, as collectors, critics, and local artists stopped by the gallery to chat with Earley, sip some champagne, and contemplate taking out a second mortgage to buy one of her stunning paintings. Lucky for some, all the works were sold out prior to the opening. The show will run from April 28 through May 19, 2007, with an opening reception this Saturday, April 28 from 6 to 9pm.

Photos by George Koroneos

From left, artists Angie Mason and Lori Earley

Opera Gallery president Eric Allouche (on right) with friend

From left, local art scenesters Ken Ohnuma, Jason Sutton, and Luis Law

Lori Earley flanked by friends and art collectors

Ron English chats with an art fan.

A close-up look at "Time Passed"

Art critic Michael Dolan admires "El Luto de Rosa"

Close view of "Audrey"


Lori Earley hugs Ron English as gallery president Eric Allouche looks on.

Close look at "Cocktail Hour"

Close look at "Sarah"

Close look at "Angeline"



Close look at "Drained"

The Opera Gallery in Soho, New York

Lori Earley, all smiles as she stands next one of her favorite paintings.

Lori's good friend, artist Angie Mason, took a bunch of photos on the "real" opening night and set them up in a handy Flickr set.

See also www.operagallery.com and www.loriearley.com.



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