Visual Arts

Chaos Theory 14 Opens at Legend City Studios Friday

Randy Slack's annual exhibition at Legend City Studios is easily one of the most highly anticipated Phoenix art events of the year. But the anticipation won't last much longer, because the show opens Friday, October 4.

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There are 60 talented artists, spanning a wide array of genres and media, on the roster for "Chaos Theory 14." You'll notice more than a few familiar faces: James Angel, David Dauncey, Carrie Marill, William LeGoullon, Abbey Messmer, and Annie Lopez (to name a handful). Cherie Cherie will provide musical entertainment for the First Friday opening.

"Chaos Theory" has had its ups and downs over the years, but we have a pretty good feeling about what this year's show has to offer.

In addition to the opening this Friday, October 4 from 6 p.m. to midnight, "Chaos Theory 14" will be on view during the same hours for Third Friday, October 18. The exhibition will also be open during the Grand Avenue Festival on Saturday, October 19.

Participating artists are: Randy Slack, Steven J. Yazzie, Sergio Aguirre, Josh Rhodes, Ellen Wagener, Frank Gonzales, Larry Madrigal, Christina Ramirez, Brent Bond, Colin Chillag, Jeff Falk, Hector Ruiz, Rick Toerne, Brian Boner, Kristin Bauer, Greg Esser, Larry Willis, Abbey Messmer, Joe Willie Smith, Mykil Zep, Jesse Reiser, Rachel Bess, Tara Logsdon, Michael Carson, Carolyn Lavender, Jon Balinkie, Michael David Little, Ruben Gonzalez, Brandon Sullivan, Pete Deise, Jehu, David Dauncey, Cindy Dach, James Angel, William LeGoullon, Shauna Thibault, Carrie Marill, Molten Brothers, Emmett Potter, Annie Lopez, John Randall Nelson, Yuko Yabuki, JB Snyder, Amelec Diaz, David Michael Cook, Lara Plecas, Case Beer, Mike Prepsky, Steven Hofberger, Melissa Martinez, Danielle Hacche, Wayne Rainey, Henry Schoebel, Brooke Grucella, Steve Gompf, Colton Brock, Aaron Dunham, Gennaro Garcia, Jason Rudolf Pena, and Lori Fenn.

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