Bird Dog Arts brings work by California artists to ‘where people roam and shop’
By Marcy Axness, TME
California artists have quite a champion in David Gordon, who is managing partner at Bird Dog Arts, a brand new 11,000 square-foot, soaring art gallery space in the Outlets at Tejon mall at the foot of the…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Right: Barry Zoeller, Tejon Ranch Company’s VP of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations (far right), was among those gathered for an opening reception Thursday, July 1, at the new 11,000 square-foot Bird Dog Arts gallery in the Outlets at Tejon.
Left: This sculpture (‘Peace’) is one of 17 pieces installed at Bird Dog Arts by local artist and Frazier Mountain High School art teacher Tim Ellis. Ellis’ wife Donna Oh, a jewelry artist, placed 19 pieces at the opening exhibit.
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