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Bamboo Lane Gallery invites you to join us in celebrating the Year of the Horse with a retrospective on the leading Chinese artists we represent with food, wine and music on Saturday, March 15th from 7 PM - 10 PM

Paul Torres - View Detail Info

July 8th to September 10th, 2011
Fly On The Wall

Fly On The Wall
by Paul Torres

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Xingtong Jia -Preview

April 23, 2011 to June 3, 2011
The Sweet Aroma of Earth

The Sweet Aroma of Earth
A Selection of Gouache Paintings by Xingtong Jia

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Zhonggui Shi - Preview

March 17, 2011 to May 24, 2011
Tibetan Landscapes

Tibetan Landscapes
by Zhonggui Shi

Exhibiting at ArcLight Sherman Oaks

Extented through June 13th, 2011

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Jinqiang Sun - Preview

March 31, 2011 to June 15, 2011
Mt. Hua Series: The Floating World

Mt. Hua Series: The Floating World
by Jinqiang Sun

Exhibiting at ArcLight Pasadena

Mr. Jinqiang Sun was born in 1954 in Jiangsu Province of China and has devoted his life to landscape photography, using the camera to explore remote and inaccessible places throughout China and bring them to life for the outside world. He typically spends days just to get to some of the locations he photographs and sometimes camps there for days to get just the right shot.

Mt. Hua is one of China's five sacred mountains, featuring imposing peaks with sheer precipices and over-hanging rocks, as well as places of historical and spiritual interest. Buddhist and Taoist temples and pavilions ring the mountain and almost defy gravity. Mr. Sun has frequented Mt. Hua more than forty times to capture his breathtaking images, which reflect his emotional connection with nature and unveil breathtaking views.

These photos were originally exhibited in the National Gallery of Art in Beijing in large format in April 2005, and in May 2005, Mr. Sun�s contributions to photography were recognized by China�s State Postal Bureau when they released a series of Mt. Hua postal stamps featuring his work.

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Frank Mayor - Preview

April 12th to June 20th, 2011

by Frank Mayor

Exhibiting at ArcLight Beach Cities

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2011 Year of Rabbit Celebration
Features Tradutional Chinese New Year Paintings from Mianzhu

Special opening event : Saturday, Feb 5th & Sunday, Feb 6th, 2011

Exhibition & Sale : February 5 - March 5 , 2011

New Year paintings are a unique art form in Chinese folk culture, and their creation is one of the most important Chinese traditions. They are primarily displayed during the Chinese New Year festivities as a symbol of New Year�s greetings. New Year paintings first appeared around the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), featuring fierce-looking gods believed able to protect the residents by driving away bad spirits. Traditional printing methods of New Year paintings include traditional Chinese painting as well as woodblock, offset printing, and watercolor painting.

Mianzhu is located on the northwestern border of the Sichuan Basin, the home of bamboo forests and pandas. The city is named after the most famous bamboo species in the area, called soft bamboo, or mianzhu in Chinese. It is an ideal material for paper-making. Also known as �Art Village,� Mianzhu is famous for the murals that adorn many of its buildings and walls with walls with characters from Chinese mythology, landscapes, flowers, birds, and scenes from daily village life.

We hope you will come by and enjoy viewing them, or as Chinese people like to say, �invite� them to your home and display them on your doors or walls to protect your families and bring you good luck for 2011, the Year of the Rabbit.

Zhonggui Shi - Tibetan Landscapes

Zhonggui Shi - Preview

Tibetan Landscapes

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 11th, 2010

Exhibition: September 11th - October 31, 2010

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The Green Iguana Conservation Projet

May 12 - June 8 , 2007

 Frank Mayor - Works on Paper

Works on Paper

March 17 - April 28 , 2007



February 24 - April 7 , 2007

They Do Not Always Remenber

They Do Not Always Remenber

October 14 - November 18 , 2006

In the eyes of the beholders

In the eyes of the beholders

September 9 - October 7 , 2006


Made In L.A.

July 8 - September 2 , 2006



July 8 - September 2 , 2006


The Floating World

May 20 - July 8 , 2006


Near Reality

April 22 - May 18 , 2006


The Far East

March 25 - April 21 , 2006

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