Inkspot member Monica Wiesblott was awarded the Honorable Mention prize at the Air, Water and Earth exhibition by juror Kim Abeles for her etchings "Ash from the evacuation zone #1 & #2 "
AIR, WATER, and EARTH April 22 – June 10 Gallery Opening and Earth Day Celebration Sunday, April 22, 2018 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. -- free printmaking demonstrations suitable for all ages 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. -- special opening reception Gallery Tour | Thursday, May 10, 7:30 p.m. This exhibition will present art selected from the national membership of... Continue Reading →
Jeanne Dentzel, Rosemarie C. Gebhart, Karen ZazonINSIDE AND OUT presents the work of three contemporary artists, Karen Zazon, Jeanne Dentzel and Rosemarie Gebhart, who draw much of their inspiration from nature. By varying means, they depict the outside world through their inner minds. Zazon’s paintings draw the viewer in with layers of mysterious sensuality and... Continue Reading →
A newsletter from Inkspot member Leslie Plimpton: There has been a lot going on from my studio this year. First, there is still time this week to catch several shows I am participating in currently: 1. Santa Paula Society of the Arts 81st Annual Art & Photography Exhibit March 6 - April 4th at Blanchard... Continue Reading →
Minga has been doing a residency at the Carnegie Museum and her solo show is coming up! Opening reception Thursday April 6th, 5:30-7:30pm.
I’m part of a team of four printmakers invited by Claudia Borfiga, a wonderful screen printer from London, to plan and teach these workshops. Claudia was awarded an Artist Residency from the Community Arts Workshop (CAW) in Santa Barbara for the project. Anyone over the age of 18 is invited to participate—we’re looking for participants!... Continue Reading →
Leslie Plimpton has been juried into the show, “Paper,”at the Santa Barbara Tennis Club with her piece, “Fringed Cape,” a drypoint etching with monoprint. Exhibition Dates are March 9th - April 6th, 2018. The SBTC is located at 2375 Foothill, Road in Santa Barbara. She also had two pieces juried into the Santa Paula Society... Continue Reading →