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I just found this- It really brings back memories.

“Lazdins is a storyteller who repurposes old newspapers, journal articles, drawings, cartoons, and publicity materials to give energy, texture, motion, and context to her portraits. “These are all stories,” she says of her paintings, “stories of people I come in contact with and emotions, stories about courage and the voice of the city.” Her subjects are a chorus within a community that speaks its truth in the face of disproportionate power…”

http://www.examiner.com/article/portraits-of-urban-angels-by-liz-beloved-lazdin

Amongst Angels got a second showing at a lovely pop-up gallery we are calling “Mom & Pops Gallery” on 3313 W Armitage. Thanks so much to all my friends, family and community who came out to show support. You all are my angels. The show will be up until the end of May so feel free to stop by from 5-10pm. Entrance can be gained through Ground Control Restaraunt (3315 W Armitage) and stay for a delicious dinner of vegitarian delights as well as a cold beer. M&P Angels gallery
M&P Angels ppl

SSCC Angels flyer 2013

My first Solo show, Amongst Angels in honor of International Woman’s Month. Seeing all my work all together in one beautiful space was more than I could ever ask for. Warmest thanks to Jack Kirkpatrick, Sergio Gomez and Mario Gonzalez Jr for all their help. I sold one piece and got to meet with many wonderful students and teachers. After the reception I stayed and chatted with several of the art students there, brainstorming with them on some of their ideas and sharing my experiences. And the snacks were delicious.