Art Featuring Ellen Degeneres: “The Ellen Art Show”


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Fifty-Four. Ellen’s current age and the number of entries in The Second Annual Ellen Art Show held at the Terrell Moore Gallery, downtown LA.  The art pieces were in various media but all featured Ellen Degeneres! A portion of the proceeds from auctioning the pieces are to benefit the Trevor Project. The event is hosted by its creator, Renda Writer.

Actors Laci Kay, Bryce Foster and Hector Duran

Photo gallery after the jump

DJ Maseo of De La Soul

Photography by Paula Lauren Gibson/AfroPix

Among the special guests were Vincent Mason aka De La Soul’s DJ Maseo, LACI KAY (upcoming “The Human Factor”), BRYCE FOSTER (“Cougar Hunting”), HECTOR DURAN (Glued to Glory) AND CHRISTIAN CALLOWAY (iamhollywoodhomeless.com.) Catered by Gringos Tacos.

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization focused on crisis intervention and suicide prevention efforts among “lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender” (“LGBT”) youth.  Every day, the project saves young lives through its free and confidential lifeline, in-school workshops, educational materials, online resources and advocacy.


For more information, visit: www.TheTrevorProject.org or donate on-line here.  If you need support, please call The Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7386)

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See also, Laci Kay and Hector Duran dance battle at Ellen DeGeneres Art show in LA (video from US MONITOR TV)
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About Afropix

When my father gave me a Kodak Brownie as a child, I fell in love with photography. I have been shooting pictures ever since. I am also an avid genealogist and can trace one of my family lines back to 1620! Check out my photography at afropixphotography.com!
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