STREETWISE, the first ever solo exhibition by Most was more than a year and a half in the making and the entire show has been screen printed. The show includes many of both traditional and non-traditional screen printed items in his signature half-toned style. The show has an emphasis on pop art, pop culture, and... Continue Reading →
Bay Hallowell won Best of Show for her viscosity monoprint, "Breathing In, Breathing Out", in the Abstract Art Collective's ArtSEE Exhibition at the Jewish Community Center in Santa Barbara. The juror was Chris Rupp, Collections Manager and Curator at the Westmont-Ridley Tree Museum of Art and Sculpture Instructor at Westmont College. The Concluding Reception will take... Continue Reading →
Christina Altfeld’s monoprint and paper lithography print titled “Monet’s Water Garden” was juried into the 2019 VC Fair and won 3rd place in the professional hand pulled prints category.
“Reprise”, is a collagraph monoprint, by Inés Monguió and is part of the "DNA" show of Artists' Union in Ventura, at Art City Gallery. Located at 197 Dubbers St, Ventura, CA 93001
Leslie Plimpton has been juried into the June show of the Santa Barbara Art Association being held at the Faulkner Gallery in the Santa Barbara Public Library. Her dry point etching, “Jean Paul Gaultier” will be on view in the main gallery of the Falkner from June 4-June 28, 2019.
Bay and Colleen are both juried into the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum exhibit "Body & Soul" by juror Roxanne Sexauer, Professor of Art, California State University, Long Beach, CA. Gallery is open weekdays, 10am-4pm; Saturdays 11am-5pm, closed Sundays. 955 La Paz Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108 Free admission
Leslie Plimpton received Honorable Mention for her dry point etching titled, “Jean Paul Gaultier” at the 82nd Annual Santa Paula Art & Photography Exhibit.
Selected prints by Bay Hallowell will be on view at Youth Interactive’s State Gallery in Santa Barbara during April 2019. This solo exhibition was curated by Crista Dix in honor of Poetry Month. Inspired by provocative words and phrases, Hallowell allows the letters that form them to lead her into explorations of shapes, colors, textures... Continue Reading →