It's hard not to love Liz McGrath. There's the art, the music she make with her band Miss Derringer, heck, the very building that she lives in is so cool it got its own cover story in LA Weekly earlier this year (with Liz on the cover naturally.)

But tonight, it's (mostly) about the art. More than 30 new pieces, dioramas and sculptures from buffaloes to armadillos. Cockroaches, bears, flies, several deer, even the seemingly freeze-dried chihuahuas that used to make up the base of her art make an appearance, in a two-headed variety.

The exhibit opened Saturday, Dec. 15 at Billy Shire Fine Arts in Culver City and runs through Jan 5, 2008. More images from the show can be seen here.

All photos by Mark Mauer

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