Shameless and a lot of fun. The Echo Park Historical Society silent auction was noisy enough that M.C. Christine Peters, a skilled orator, could barely be heard over the P.A. system in the back room of Metro Gallery and couldn’t be heard at all in the front. About 3/4s of the 60-some art pieces sold. There is no accounting for taste. A number of lotus photographs and other lotus imagery were redistributed around the neighborhood.
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