Alyse hails from Boston where she studied fine arts at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University in Boston and graduated with a BFA in 2015. She works primarily with photopolymer gravure etchings.
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.
Another fabulous printmaking demo with Ginny Furmanski, the founding member of the inkspots. Ginny demonstrated some of her monoprint methods. Come see us next Saturday 11/23 for another demo 1-4pm and see the inkspots annual exhibit.
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.
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 →