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America's ClayFest II

 

The Tradition continues...The Art League of Lincoln in conjunction with Blue Line Arts will be holding the second annual art show and competition at the beautiful Blue Line Arts in Roseville, CA. This show will be celebrating the rich
history of 25 years of clay competition formerly known as the Feats of Clay that was held at Gladding McBean Clay Manufacturing Company in Lincoln, CA. For 2014, besides the open competition at Blue Line Arts, we will be expanding the show to include a Gladding McBean Retrospective at the newly opened Art League of Lincoln’s Art Center Gallery, and, an International Student Art Show and Competition. Our show has traditionally had entries from all over the United States, Canada, Europe, Mexico and Asia.

This year's judge will be artist and collector Candice Groot who earned her MFA in ceramics and sculpture from Texas Tech University, after which she taught at Gustavus Adolphus College. Currently Candice lives and works in Chicago using white-ware, decals, and found objects in her art as well as directing the Foundation.


April 18 – May 31

3rd Saturday Reception April 19 & May 17th (6-7 Members Only) 7-9 Public

FREE Lecture 3rd Sat April 19th 5:30PM

Live Music from ragtime duet 'Don't Tell'

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In conjunction other community locations exhibiting more ceramics!

America's ClayFest II Student Competition

The Ridley Gallery Sierra College (Mon - Thurs 11AM-5PM)

5000 Rocklin Road Rocklin, CA 95677

(916) 660-7242

April 16 - May 1

 

Gladding McBean Terra Cotta, Historic Photo & International GMcB Photo Exhibit

Arts Center of Lincon (Wed - Sat 11AM-3PM)

580 Sixth Street Lincoln, CA 95648

(916) 209-3499

April 16 - May 31

 

America's ClayFest Teapot Show

Alpha Fired Arts (Mon - Sat 10AM-6PM)

4675 Aldona Ln, Sacramento, CA 95841

(916) 484-4424
April 18 – May 31

Shimo's Porcelains

Shimo Center for the Arts Gallery (Tue - Sat 1PM-5PM)

2117 28th Street Sacramento, CA 95818
April 10 – May 7

(916) 706-1162

2nd Saturday Reception April 12th from 6-9 PM

 

Select pieces at Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Dr, Roseville, CA 95661

'Let Them' Colleen Sidey Yerian

 

'Young Man III' Suzanne Storer

 

'Accumulated View' Tiffany Schmierer

 

 

WestPark Workshop Gallery WestPark Workshop Gallery

Vestiges - Marianne Bland

 

Marianne Bland an emerging and local artist, known for her quaint and serene paintings of city life. Vestiges, by definition, are “a trace or visible sign left by something vanishing or lost.” In Marianne Bland’s latest series, she presents scenes taken throughout neighborhoods in modern-day San Francisco and Sacramento, highlighting store signs, vehicles, and others from times past. There will be over 30 pieces on display, most created in the past two years.

Marianne Bland was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, and currently lives and works in Sacramento. She began her art career in 1998 when she started her own mural painting business at the age of 16. Bland then went on to receive her BFA in Painting and Drawing from California College of the Arts. Regarding this exhibit, Bland stated, “This series of paintings examines city elements that serve as markers of our collective memories as well as moments that feel out of place in time. The signs, streets and buildings that bear silent witness to the experiences of everyday people become vessels of nostalgia. These are spaces imbued by the past: reminders of decades of footsteps, echoes of laughter and layers of lives lived here.”

 

April 18 – May 31

3rd Saturday Reception April 19 & May 17th (6-7 Members Only) 7-9 Public

FREE Lecture 3rd Sat April 19th 5:30PM

Live Music from ragtime duet 'Don't Tell'

 

 

Bowling by Mairanne Bland

'Bowling'

 

Datsun by mairanne bland

'Datsun'

Eli & Edythe Broad Children's Gallery Eli & Edythe Broad Children's Gallery

Visiting Artist in Residence Tip Toland

 

Master artist Tip Toland, is sponsored through the Susan Cooley-Gilliom Artist in Residence and Teaching (ART) Program, at the Placer Community Foundation. The ART program is permanently funded through an endowed gift made to the Community Foundation in memory of the beloved local artist.

 

The ART program develops and enhances the visual arts in Placer County through short-term residencies and workshops taught by nationally established and highly-reputable artists who create in a range of media.

 

Stop by and meet Tip during her Open Studio Hours starting April 17th - May 7th. Tip will also host three public lectures, times are below:

 

-Saturday April 19th 5:30PM @ Blue Line Arts

-Monday April 21st 12:30PM @ Weaver Hall RM 110 Sierra College 5000 Rocklin Road in Rocklin.

-Tuesday, April 29th at 10AM @ Placer Arts 808 Lincoln Way in Auburn.

 

Surely by Tip Toland

Jester Series "Surely"

 

Yep by Tip Toland

Jester Series,"Yep"

What's Ahead

Pastel Society of the Westcoast February 27 – April 5, 2014

America's ClayFest II April 17 – May 31, 2014

Mid-Century Modern Exhibition June 5th – July 12th, 2014
Membership Medley July 17th – August 16th, 2014
Politically Charged September 4th – October 4th, 2014
Plates & Totems October 16th – November 18th, 2014

Prints from Smith Andersen Editions November 26th – January 3rd, 2015

 

Call to Artists for the Following:

Art You Can Feel

Mid Century Madness

Membership Medley

Art in Public Places

Gift Gallery Items

 

Cooley Middle School Students

Valley Christian Academy

Mini Members

Artz for Alzheimer's


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