FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
BC Space Gallery is pleased to present Nature Prevails featuring Southern California Artists, a non-profit association dedicated to advancing the dialogue, education, inspiration and interaction of its members to enhance their creative endeavors. For this exhibition, eighteen SCA artists responded to the challenge to present artwork that focuses on mankind’s complex relationship with nature at a time when sages and scientists alike are concerned about the future viability of that relationship. The exhibition, curated by gallery director Mark Chamberlain, includes painting, photography, and sculpture that collectively address many of those concerns.
Nature Prevails opens on Saturday, September 23, 2017
with a public reception from 6-9 PM,
and will be on display through Thursday, December 21.
Additional events are planned for a Spoken Word performance on Thursday, Oct. 19, 7-9 PM, and for a closing reception and Solstice Celebration on Dec. 21, 7-9 PM.
BC Space Gallery is located at:
235 Forest Avenue
Laguna Beach, CA 91651.
Routine gallery hours are 2-5 PM, Thursdays thru Saturdays, with other hours easily arranged by contacting the gallery at (949) 497-1880.
Kathy Breaux • Thomas Wright • Randall Holbrook
Juliane Hodjera • Roger Gordon • Janet Inez Adams
Carol Goldmark • Julia Caroline Higgins • Karen Feuer-Schwager
Lynn Kubasek • Ron Howlett • Fay Colmar • Jim Dahl
Ron Reekers • Celene Favila • Desiree Engel • Lynn Weiser
Leslie Arnold • Sharon Phipps Kump • Stacey Fetterman
YINBH Beverly Hills Synagogue
PRESENTS AN ART EXHIBITION & SALE
Artist’s Reception – Sunday, September 17th, 4 – 6 p.m.
Curated by Georgia Freedman-Harvey
F E A T U R E D A R T I S T S
Carol Goldmark, Bill Aron, Dave Fox, Lori Shocket & Marilee Tolwin Continue reading VIEWPOINTS: Through a Jewish Lens
Solo exhibition: Shelley Heffler
September 19 – October 13, 2017
Verde Art Gallery of Yavapai College
601 Black Hills Drive, Clarksdale, AZ
More information: yc.edu/artgallery
As Fay Colmar moved around the Leo Freedman Gallery at Cal State Fullerton, there was a certain bounce in her step.
Colmar, a CSUF alumna, showed the highlights of her life as a prominent Orange County artist in her exhibit, “Full Circle: The Art of Fay Colmar” at the one of the college’s galleries. The gallery is up until June 30.
“I feel like I’ve had a wonderful year,” Colmar, 87, said addressing friends and family members. “I’ve made a very good living from it. I’ve gained a lot of exposure. And this is my swan song.” Continue reading At 87, artist Fay Colmar has an exhibit at Cal State Fullerton and can’t wait to get back to work