three. *roaming* gallery



artists addressing dysfunctional relationships


Join us for the reception and meet these expressive artists in person:

Saturday, October 12th, 2002 6:00-9:00 p.m.


Exhibit runs: October 1st - November 2nd, 2002

EXTENDED UNTIL NOVEMBER 9, 2002

Stop by 1st Thursday, November 7th, 6-9pm

309 W. 7th Street

San Pedro, Ca. 90731

(310) 514-0285




We are pleased to announce this very special exhibit that explores fragments of past dysfunctional relationships and how their effects mold our current views. Featuring some of the most expressive visual artists from around the country, Held Ransom addresses trauma as it continues to hold one hostage throughout life.

Selected work from raw, self-taught and outsider artists will be on display throughout October at three., an artists-run gallery just steps away from the Los Angeles Harbor waterfront in San Pedro, California. The new gallery will display paintings by local residents: Carol Es, Harold Plople from The Living Museum, Elizabeth Hoffman and sculptor Nancy Cone. The show also features Seattle Outsider Artist Anne Grgich and Matt Sesow from Washington, DC.

This important exhibit seeks to inspire and connect all those who have survived abuses and who continue to live with the hardships of the psychological aftermath. As artists and survivors whose well-being continues to be held ransom by such past events, we welcome all with open arms in hopes to recover and overcome some of life?s biggest hurdles through the honesty and healing of art.

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