Christina, Beverly and Inés have pieces in the late Joe Cardella ArtLife Foundation’s “Post” Pandemic Art Exhibition. The exhibit is hanging at two locations Downtown Ventura; NAMBA Performing Arts Space, 47 S, Oak Street and around the corner at 365 E. Main Street, a vacant store front. Exhibit is also posted online https://artlifefoundation.org
Christina, Beverly, Bay and Leslie have pieces in the Art of the Printmaker exhibit at Carpinteria Art Association. This virtual exhibit is open to November 16th. After you browse, support your favorite piece in the People's Choice voting and you can purchase an original hand pulled print online here: https://carpinteriaartscenter.org/currentshow
Christina, Bay and Beverly have been juried into the “Time & Memory” exhibit at Westmont Ridley Museum, May 14-June 20th westmont.edu/time-memory. Westmont’s popular annual juried art exhibition, forced to go virtual during the pandemic, features 48 works by Tri-County artists. Christopher Miles, professor at the School of Art at CSU Long Beach, juried the show.
Had their 10x10 pieces accepted to the Haven exhibit at the Santa Barbara Architectural Foundation. Opening Friday 1/10/20 5-7pm. The exhibit will be up until March 5th. 229 E, Victoria Street, Santa Barbara 93101
Thanks to everyone who came to our opening reception. We will have gallery hours each Saturday in November 1-4pm with a different printmaking demonstration each Saturday.
Christina had her monotype “Beach Day” accepted to the CA 101 2019 exhibit in Redondo Beach and it sold to a new collector.
Christina and Bay were both juried in to the 100 Grand Exhibit at Sullivan Goss Gallery in Santa Barbara. The show will be up through the month of January. Gallery is located at 11 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 805-730-1480, open daily 10am-5:30pm https://www.sullivangoss.com/exhibitions/100-grand-2018
Intaglio (in-tal-ee-oh) Intaglio is used to describe a specific family of printmaking that utilizes the incised line in a surface (usually a metal like copper or zinc) to retain ink which is then transferred to a special paper by way of extreme pressure. It is the direct opposite of relief printmaking. The method originates from antiquity,... Continue Reading →