The Meow presents Asher Hartman Intuitive! by Lisa Auerbach

We are tickled pink to announce that Asher Hartman Intuitive will be setting up shop from July 16- August 14 at The Meow.

Asher Hartman is an artist, playwright, and intuitive. His unique readings reveal the mysteries of an individual’s particular energy. If you’ve ever gotten a “good vibe” from someone, you’ve had an experience of your own with human energy fields. Now multiply that by infinity and you have an idea of how deeply Asher can tune in. His readings are profoundly observant, lovingly generous and oftentimes surprising. He helps us to understand ourselves more clearly, and for artists, he can be especially helpful in moving through creative blocks. More information about Asher can be found at: asherhartmanintuitive.com

Please join us in welcoming Asher to The Meow on Saturday, July 16, from 2 to 6 pm.
For the Grand Opening of Asher Hartman Intuitive, Haruko Tanaka will join Asher to perform free 10 minute chakra scans for visitors. Balance out your chakras before or after the reading with chaktails and crystals, and enjoy the unveiling of the tantalizing “Animals Strike Curious Poses” mural on the front of The Meow.

Regular hours for Asher Hartman Intuitive are Sundays, 1-8, with the last appointment beginning at 6:30. Readings start at $90. Appointments can be made by contacting Asher directly at asherhartmanintuitive@gmail.com.

The Dirty Poke is awesome! by Lisa Auerbach

It's been a great run for the inaugural business at The Meow. Joel Kyack and Matthew Johnson's tattoo shop, The Dirty Poke has been fully booked for pokes since the minute it opened. Truly an "unforgettable" experience for those who have fully participated.

Tomorrow is the last day of The Dirty Poke. Next up The Meow hosts an intuitive psychic.

The Meow Opens This Weekend! by Lisa Auerbach

The Meow opens this weekend with The Dirty Poke, an installation and performance by Joel Kyack and Matt Johnson.

The Dirty Poke is a small tattoo shop near the bottom of a canyon, behind a home. The shop features original and traditional flash designs inspired by the local environs of Mt. Washington.

Hand poke and machine tattoos are permanent and may be purchased. To make an appointment, please email TheMeowLosAngeles@gmail.com. Walk-ins are welcome, and will be accommodated when possible.

The Dirty Poke is open on Sundays, from May 29- June 26.

 

Casually Observing.... 20 years later! by Lisa Auerbach

After 20 years, the collected issues of The Casual Observer is now available under one cover! I still had the original layouts, which were done in Quark XPress on a PowerBook 100 laptop computer. The images were printed to size, the corners hand cut, and pasted on cardstock. Finding the old files, saved maybe on floppy discs, would have been impossible. I was unable to find the originals of Number 9, The Nearly Naked Issue, so I scanned from the copies and added newly scanned negatives when possible. The result is 224 pages of gossip and innuendo,

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Happy New Year! by Lisa Auerbach

2016 is happening, whether we are ready or not!

The Meow will open at the end of January in a shack. The Meow is a space for small businesses to operate with a local clientele. There is an associated radio station, WMEW, broadcasting locally at 106.4 FM. For more information, please visit TheMeow.la

I'm looking forward to being in a couple of group shows this year, one in Cincinnati and the other in Paris. Stay tuned for details or sign up on the mailing list and I'll send out info.


Gavlak 10 Year Anniversary! by Lisa Auerbach

Sarah's had her gallery for 10 years, and I've been with her since the beginning! To celebrate this tin/aluminum anniversary, Gavlak is having two shows of gallery artists, one in Palm Beach, and the other here in Los Angeles.

I'll have two new works in the LA show, opening Friday November 6. Come on over to 1034 N. Highland, say hello to Hoofy, and see the show!

Installation Views of Afghan Carpet Project at Hammer Museum by Lisa Auerbach

It's free to visit the Hammer Museum and great to see stuff in person, but if you can't make it over there, here's some pics of what you're missing!

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

The Afghan Carpet Project, June 13-September 27, 2015. Installation at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.