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Saints & Heroes


Showcasing prints by Charles Barth and constructions by David Gilhooly. Charles lives and works in Oaxaca, Mexico. Charles creates symbolic figural studies of real and fictitious characters. On first glance the subjects may seem ominous, but upon closer inspection one can see the humor and reverence that the artist uses to portray his characters. His etchings involve images from Mexico and popular cultures such as Kitsch, current fads and fashions, pop stars, TV images, films, rock music and disco.

 

Using a three color etching process, Charles creates images that are colorful, full of pattern, and detail. The end result involves bright or garish colors, exotic images, and the feeling of light moving over the surfaces.

 

David was born in Auburn, California, and he graduated from the University of California, Davis with a BA in 1965 and an MA in 1967. Gilhooly, together with Robert Arneson, Peter Vandenberge, Chris Unterseher and Margaret Dodd, worked together in TB-9 (temporary building 9) what was later to be called, The Funk Ceramic Movement of the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

November 29th - January 3rd, 2015

Live Music from the Jazz Company

3rd Saturday Closing Reception December 20th

(6-7 Members Only) 7-9 Public

 

'Tick' David Gilhooly

 

' Dos Marias' Charles Barth

WestPark Workshop Gallery WestPark Workshop Gallery

30 x 30


After a successful display in 2013, “30 x 30” returns for its second year to Blue Line Arts. For this exhibition, artists were given 30 days to create 30 miniature works of art. The artist’s discipline and dedication to their medium over the month-long period has made for astounding results. Over 600 pieces of work measuring in at 6x6” each, including oil, mosaic, fabric, ceramic, and mixed media, will comprise “30 x 30.”

 

Participating artists include: Laura Ahola-Young, Jasmine Alleger, Kate Anderson, Marbo Barnard, Jenny Brinitzer, C Budd, Carlo Fantin, Marco Ippaso, Linda Knoll, Todd Lambrix, Krisztina Lazar, Madisen Lewis, Heather Robinson, Nancy Salerno, Susan Savory, Ryan Scotten, Jennifer Slutsky, Franklin Wilson, Melanie Hart, Jeanine Robb.

 

November 29th - January 3rd, 2015

Live Music from the Jazz Company

3rd Saturday Closing Reception December 20th

(6-7 Members Only) 7-9 Public

 

' Small Form' Todd Lambrix

 

' Madonna de los Muertos' Carlo Fantin

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

"My Retreat" open competition

 

More Info Coming Soon

November 29th - January 3rd, 2015

Live Music from the Jazz Company

3rd Saturday Closing Reception December 20th

(6-7 Members Only) 7-9 Public

 

 

What's Ahead

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

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

Mid-Century Madness - Featuring Randy Brennan & Sean Christopher June 5th – July 12th, 2014
Ellene Ashcraft Membership Medley July 18th – August 16th, 2014
Politically Charged & Art Bra Show September 6th – October 4th, 2014
Plates & Totems October 16th – November 15th, 2014

'Saints & Heroes' Prints by Charles Barth and Constructions by David Gilhooly November 29th – January 3rd, 2015

 

Crocker-Kingsley Art Compeition January 9th –February 21st, 2015

CEO, Julie Hirota states "we're delighted to help grow the competition and share a partnership with the Kingsley Art Club and the Crocker Art Museum to feature such an impressive exhibit." This year the number of participants increased 175% and entries poured in as the deadline approached, creating strong competition for the coveted exhibit.  The works represent a diversity of media ranging from painting, sculpture, and photography from a variety of artist styles that include representational and abstract work.

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Call to Artists for the Following:

America's ClayFest III ~ OPEN DIVISION Prospectus STUDENT DIVISION Prospectus

Purposeful Pottery

The Art of Fashion

'In the Sac' app logo contest

Art in Public Places

Gift Gallery Items

 

Open Competition

Hallberg Award Winners

 


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