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May 28, 1998
* "Sarah Perry: Natural Selection, 1988-1998"--Works including "Gorilla Route 40: Bill," above, remain on display at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena through June 14. * "Jorge Marin: Ceramic Portraits"--Ceramic portraits exploring Baroque's stylistic and religious influences on Mexican art and culture go on display Friday at Couturier Gallery.
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May 28, 1998
* "Sarah Perry: Natural Selection, 1988-1998"--Works including "Gorilla Route 40: Bill," above, remain on display at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena through June 14. * "Jorge Marin: Ceramic Portraits"--Ceramic portraits exploring Baroque's stylistic and religious influences on Mexican art and culture go on display Friday at Couturier Gallery.
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May 7, 1998 | WILLIAM WILSON, TIMES ART CRITIC
L.A. artist Sarah Perry works in the now-classic form of Assemblage. At 42, she's not particularly well known. If there is any justice, her first survey exhibition, now at the Pasadena Armory, should fix that. Simply put, "Sarah Perry: Natural Selection, 1988-1998" is a revelation. In terms of sheer physical bulk, the centerpiece of the show is "Gorilla Route 40: Bill." It immediately exercises all the weird charm of those life-size stuffed animals at better toy stores everywhere.
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May 7, 1998 | WILLIAM WILSON, TIMES ART CRITIC
L.A. artist Sarah Perry works in the now-classic form of Assemblage. At 42, she's not particularly well known. If there is any justice, her first survey exhibition, now at the Pasadena Armory, should fix that. Simply put, "Sarah Perry: Natural Selection, 1988-1998" is a revelation. In terms of sheer physical bulk, the centerpiece of the show is "Gorilla Route 40: Bill." It immediately exercises all the weird charm of those life-size stuffed animals at better toy stores everywhere.
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September 12, 1995 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
If toes were teeth, they would wiggle between a little girl's lips when she smiles. If mice were hair, their bodies would swarm around a child's head and their tails would dangle like tendrils. If dogs were mountains, their noses would form a jagged river bank while their bodies turned into wooded slopes. Such are the improbable ideas and images in Sarah Perry's new children's book, simply titled "If." For each pair of pages, she has illustrated a phrase--"If butterflies were clothes . . .
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October 31, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
A free creative writing series for high school students will be offered Monday nights through November by Anaheim Central Library. The first class is Monday at 7 p.m. at the library, 500 W. Broadway. The series is designed to help students in grades nine through 12 explore creative writing and find ways to expand their literary abilities. Sarah Perry, a teacher and part-time Anaheim librarian, will be the instructor. Space is limited. Information: (714) 254-1880.
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June 4, 2000
Books recommended for young readers by Ilene Abramson, senior librarian for the children's literature department, Los Angeles Public Library: A love of storytelling and story listening begins with these tales from France and England. Preschool: "Cinderella," by Charles Perrault, illustrated by Loek Koopmans, translated by Athea Bell A very young-looking Cinderella dazzles the prince with her charm and beauty in this classic fairy tale.
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September 12, 1995 | SUZANNE MUCHNIC, TIMES ART WRITER
If toes were teeth, they would wiggle between a little girl's lips when she smiles. If mice were hair, their bodies would swarm around a child's head and their tails would dangle like tendrils. If dogs were mountains, their noses would form a jagged river bank while their bodies turned into wooded slopes. Such are the improbable ideas and images in Sarah Perry's new children's book, simply titled "If." For each pair of pages, she has illustrated a phrase--"If butterflies were clothes . . .
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