Samuel Pace is a talented artistis whose work has been commissioned by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transporation Authority (METRO) and it features the heart of Leimert Park.
His work has been featured by Playboy jazz Festival, Vancouver Washington wine and Jazz Festival.
Samuel Pace began creating his art using Jazz and blues music as the subject matter in the late 1980s. His work reflects the mood and sounds of the music that he hears. He then interprets the music through his creative pieces, which are primarily paintings.
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Sam says: "My pieces are my way of blending Jazz and Blues into my interpretation of a visual narrative. My works vary in several different mediums from acrylic on canvas, wood, collage, to discarded recylable objects."
Sam Pace is now getting ready for an art opening/reception called "Great Giants" scheduled for February 21, 2009 from 6PM to 10PM Pacific at Leimert Park Village. For more information call: 323-293-1356
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