2018 Exhibition schedule

September 15, 2018

October 6 - October 30

100 100 Vibrant Artists of Los Angeles | GROUP EXHIBITION

2379 Glendale Boulevard, Silver Lake, CA 90039

HOURS: WED-SAT 1-5

 

Opening Reception | Saturday, October 6, 2018 | 6-8p | 

 

Our Fourth Show featuring the art of Gina M., Linda Stelling, Faina Kumpah and Espe Harper with a special guest performance by Darlyn Susan Yee. Darlyn‘s demonstration will be on going all evening with her demonstrating technics she uses for making her fiber art. With this line up this is a Must See Show.

 

 Listen Little Lady

64x24x16"
Assemblage

 

 

October 6 - Nov 25

 

EMPIRE OF DIRT | GROUP EXHIBITION

1793 EAST MAIN STREET VENTURA, CA 93001

HOURS: WED-SAT 1-5

 

Opening Reception | Saturday, October 6, 2018 | 6-8p |

 

EMPIRE OF DIRT is an exhibition of contentious works where the viewer can explore, connect and embrace the eccentric perspectives of artists who have continued to evade conventional labels.
 

Although the contemporary artists featured in EMPIRE OF DIRT are not in asylums or self mutilate, their stories, personal paths, inspirations and artistic processes range from the unorthodox to the extraordinary. However, similar to Van Gogh these 21 artists are able to render what is happening in their mind and in their world. 

ARTISTS ON EXHIBIT: Jonas Lara | Janet Milhomme | Edgar Takoyaki | Scott Amling | Curtis Taylor | Tara Cronin | David Stern | Hannah Sklar | Joslyn Lawrence | Alexander Elkholy | Clint Imboden | Gary Westford | Teona Yamanidze | Andrew Leventis | Jill Herlands | Gina M. | Julianna Phillips | Molly McCall | David Reisine | Jean Sanders | Eloise Larson


 

 

 

 

Memory Mascot
80 x 24 x 14 in

High fired ceramic, mixed media,

 

 

 

 

 

October 1 - 20
By Hand, Printmaking & Drawing

McGinty’s Gallery at the End of the World  869 East Mariposa Street Altadena, CA 91001 626-794-4477  Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5 pm  Ben McGinty Gallery Director 

Exhibition Schedule: Tuesday, October 2 – Saturday, October 20, 2018

Artist’s Reception: Saturday. October 6, 5pm – 7pm

 

October 1 - 29

“Pity da Poe” Exhibition

 


In A Dream
68 x 24 x 24 in

Medium: Assemblage, found objects

 

 

The Hive Gallery

729 S Spring St.

Los Angeles, CA 90014

Co-curators: Chuka Susan Chesney and Christie Shinn

The opening is Saturday, Oct. 6th 8-11pm.

Artwalk is: October 11th

 

Poetry Night:

There will be at least one Poetry Night scheduled during the exhibition. Poets from the L.A. area will take turns reading poems inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. There is also an opportunity to submit black and white art and/or poetry to a short run poetry booklet with a theme of Edgar Allan Poe and Halloween.

 

October 1 - 31

HASTINGS BRANCH LIBRARY

 
Showcasing 4 of my paper sculpture paintings. A fun place to exhibit with a friend Patricia Lee. My paper
sculptures and her raku ceramic pieces look great in this mid century Pasadena library on exhibit through October.

 

 
Blue Mica
5 layers of acrylic paint and glaze hand painted on randomly torn heavy weight paper.
60 x 42 x 10 in 

3325 EAST ORANGE GROVE BOULEVARD PASADENA, CA 91107

 

Phone Number
(626) 744-7262

Hours
M-Th 10-9 
F and Sat 10-6 
Su 1-5

 

Aug. 25 - Oct. 27, 2018

ALL MEDIA 2018 - The Irvine Fine Arts Center

juried by Dave Barton, the arts writer for OC Weekly

 

 

I Got This
24 x 24 x 12 in

Assemblage, Clippo clown puppet, found objects

 

July 19th - September 8th

Reimagining America - juried by Diane Williams
Ace/121 Gallery121 N Kenwood St, Glendale, CA 91206

 

USA Freak Show Apocalypse

48 x 48 x 2 in
Medium: Acrylic On Canvas
 

 

 

July 14 to July 29
Installation completed for the #junglebook #opening July 17th. Thanks to all the helpers #treepeople #artistginam Dan Fernandez Antenna Studio art + design by Rosana Aziernicki Dyllan Fernandez at Pasadena Playhouse
 

 

 

 





July and Aug 2018  
It's Time at OCCCA

"Political times call for political art. The past year has shown that women's voices will not be silenced, no matter how hard the patriarchy digs in its heels. Artists have heard the call to speak up against structural violence and oppression. The urgency and candor of their work reflects that of this important cultural moment."Anuradha Vikram is a writer, curator, and educator. Her research focus is transnational futurism, combining media studies, theory of globalization, and critical race discourse with modern and contemporary art history. Vikram has guest-curated exhibitions for the Craft and Folk Art Museum, Shulamit Nazarian Gallery, Mills College Art Museum, ProArts Gallery, and the DeYoung Museum Artist Studio, and held curatorial positions at UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice, Headlands Center for the Arts, Aicon Gallery, and Richmond Art Center. She has contributed essays to journals including Leonardo, KCET Artbound, Artillery, Hyperallergic, Daily Serving, and OPEN SPACE, the blog of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and to catalogues on the work of Sonya Rapoport, Chitra Ganesh, Ana Mendieta, and Om Prakash, among others. Vikram holds an MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts and a BS in Studio Art from New York University. She is a Senior Lecturer in the MFA Social Practice Area Emphasis at Otis College of Art and Design, and a member of the Board of Directors of the College Art Association, where she chairs the Museums Committee.

 

 

 



May 5 to June 3
McGinty's Gallery at the End of the World!
869 E Mariposa St (0.19 mi)
Altadena, California 91001

 

 

May 5 to June 3
The Lancaster Museum of Art & History (MOAH) and MOAH:CEDAR are hosting the 33rd Annual All-Media Juried Arts Exhibition

 

Comedy. Tragedy. Encore. (Final Act)
22 x 16 x 16 in
ceramic, mixed media, encaustic paint, string, wire


   


 

May 5 to June 3  PSA 93rd Annual

Juror Information: Meher McArthur is an independent Asian art curator, author and educator. She worked for nine years as Curator of East Asian Art at Pacific Asia Museum, where she curated over 15 exhibitions. Meher McArthur juried the 87th Annual in 2012.
 

 




June 1 - June 10, 2018
CA 101 2018 
200 N. Harbor Drive Redondo Beach, CA 90277

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following The Leader Where ever He May Go
14x96x24"

Ceramic, found objects

 

 

 

 

June 1 - June 10, 2018
CA 101 2018 
200 N.  Harbor Drive Redondo Beach, CA 90277 

 

Exhibit: 
December 18 - December 22 (limited hours) 
January 2 - January 20 (full hours) 
Reception and Awards Ceremony: 
Saturday, January 6, 2017, 5 - 8 p.m.

 

In the spirit of the our annual “California Open”, TAG Gallery is proud to present its first ever “LA OPEN.” This juried exhibition will serve as a gateway for a diverse range of artists in the greater Los Angeles area to display their artworks on Museum Row, home to four major Los Angeles museums.

“This exhibition aims to inaugurate TAG’s calendar year by exhibiting works of local artists. Students as well as seasoned artists, and those who may be new to gallery exhibitions, are encouraged to apply.” The focus of this exhibition is to illustrate that artists are strong and impactful when they come together to facilitate dialogue amongst varied styles of works. To this end, the viewer and artist alike are encouraged to make unapparent connections between selected pieces and artists, revealing lay lines and webs of meaning that are sacred and unique to each viewer.
The juror for the LA Open is artist and Homeboy industries substance abuse counselor, Fabian Debora. Born in El Paso, Texas and raised in Boyle Heights, California, Debora has been creating art since childhood. Beginning his art career in 1995 as a member of the East Los Angeles Streetscapers, Fabian was mentored by many Chicano graffiti artists and muralists, introducing him to creative expression in all forms. Over the years Fabian has created murals throughout East Los Angeles and continued to develop his style through work on canvas. He has been showcased in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States, including Santa Barbara, CA, Los Angeles, CA, and Kansas City, MO. Fabian is currently a substance abuse counselor and art mentor at Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reluctant Surrender and Don't Wanna. Don't Have Ta. Can't Make Me.


 

 

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