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Off-site Exhibit

Earth Month Los Angeles 2016

April 7, 2016 – May 1, 2016

About Earth Month Los Angeles 2016

For the second consecutive year, The G2 Gallery, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, and Western National Parks Association have collaborated for an Earth Month photography exhibit. Earth Month Los Angeles 2016 comes on the heels of last year's successful multi-artist show on local, state and national parks in California with an expansive collection of National Parks and native lands.

The photographs were drawn from The G2 Gallery’s 100 Years of National Parks series, featuring various national parks, monuments, rivers, trails and more across the U.S., as well as Jack Dykinga’s Native Lands, based on the 2010 National Geographic article of the same name about progressive tribal land preservation techniques.

The exhibit was envisioned with the intent of sharing the diverse natural beauty of national parks and native lands, while promoting their protection and stewardship efforts. Earth Month Los Angeles 2016 -- housed in the heart of downtown L.A. -- hopes to raise awareness about the variety of public lands accessible to urban residents just outside the city.

Earth Month Los Angeles 2016 Artists

  • Andrew MacRae
  • Carl Richards
  • Clyde Butcher
  • Dan Gottlieb
  • Jack Dykinga
  • Kevin Connolly
  • Kevin Ebi
  • Matt Kuhns
  • Michael Caley
  • Michael Darough
  • Peter J. Baumgartner
  • Rich Greene
  • Rick Kattelmann
  • Rusty Nelson
  • Scott Tansey
  • Steve Montalto
  • Susan Gottlieb
  • Timothy S. Allen
  • Vidya Narasimhan
  • xRez Studio

Exhibit Location

El Tranquilo Gallery & Information Center
634 N. Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
*Entrance through W-19A on Olvera Street

Location Hours

Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Earth Month Los Angeles 2015 Events

Reception: April 7, 2016 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Associations and Sponsors

Western National Parks Association
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument
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The G2 Gallery is free and open to the public. Admission to special events, including artist receptions, is $10 at the door and will directly support environmental charities.