ART STATEMENT FOR “CLIMATE CHANGE” SERIES
By Thom Wright 2018
Extreme weather events and environmental impacts have begun
Yet there is only small global progress to reverse the global growth of greenhouse gases
Both Mankind and Nature suffer with the worst yet to come for more than 1000 years
Who and how will we survive against chaos, destabilization and destruction
Only a few green spots will remain.
Exhibition Opening at the Huntington Beach Art Center
Public Opening Reception
November 17th | 6:30–9 pm
The Huntington Beach Art Center is pleased to announce the opening of “Inspired 2018”, an all-media, juried show with over 100 participating artists who are members of the Artist Council of HBAC. This event is free to the public and offers catered appetizers and drinks cash side-bar. In addition to the 200+ works in the galleries, a small works gallery also presents small art works by the artists for sale under $100. All works are priced and listed with a short artist description of how their work was inspired.
Huntington Beach Art Center 538 Main Street Huntington Beach, CA 92648 (714) 374-1650
Tuesday – Thursday: 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Friday: 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Saturday: 12:00 to 5:00 pm
Closed Sundays, Mondays and most major holidays
Death and regeneration are the subject matter of Julia’s work. Using a variety of media such as wood, paint, fabric, ordinary refuse and debris found at natural and urban sites, Julia explores the boundaries of deconstruction and reinvention. Through cross disciplines, she combines and contrasts the relationships of depth and volume, texture, color and form. Surfaces are built and later reduced or scraped away to leave visual fragments. Found materials are reconfigured, sanded or painted and then assembled into sculptural works. Julia’s processes and experimental approach are ever evolving; demonstrating her interest in “impermanence” and the Buddhist philosophy that all of life and matter are a continual becoming.
“Forest Warning #3 Study”, 18″ x 18″, Acrylic on canvas, Thom Wright, 2018
SCA members Ron Howlett and Thom Wright’s paintings have been accepted for show at the Art Gallery of the Sunset Beach Art Festival. The Art Festival will be held on Mothers’ Day weekend, May 12 – 13, 10 am to 5 pm, located at the corner of 12th St. and North Pacific in Sunset Beach, next to Pacific Coast Highway. The festival also includes a large number of arts and crafts vendors along the green strip at North Pacific, and it attracts thousands of visitors every year.
A Forum for Artists Working in Southern California