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Recent Works By Anandbedrala  
at November 20th, 2011 - May 31st, 2012
Posted 11/20/11


Dittburnerpigroast Tryharder covers Circa Show  
Jarrett Csupo, Julia Dittberner, Michael Galasso, Zack Kircher, Diana Kohne, Danny De La Matyr, Anne Walker, alisa yang at Daydream Republic August 21st, 2010 - August 28th, 2010
Posted 2/13/11 [more]

Funkfest Art Was Top Notch!  
CHATISMO, Raymond Aliviado, APHIDoIDEA, Juan Francisco Estravidez, Adam B. Hass, Chris Hernandez, Herman Herrera, eddie jelinet, Sandra Lopez Laguna, Efrain Martinez, MUEL, Notes2Strokes, Michael Pukac, Cora Ramirez-Vasquez, Rick Rodriguez, DEMON SLAYER, Ray Vasquez, Dave Warthall at DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH CA August 7th, 2010 - August 7th, 2010
Posted 8/11/10

From the creator of LBFunkfest Bobby Easton: "Efren, GREAT JOB!!! Everything with the art was top notch, and I can't thinkof anything that could have been better! I am leaving town todaythrough Friday. Can we figure out the gallery stuff when I get back?Also, Bootsy Collins himself is trying to track down the art/artistswho painted his likeness. Please give a HUGE thanks to all the artists for me. Looking forward to working with you again" [more]

The_color_is_red Black Dot Cafe Gallery  
Duane Deterville, Marcel Diallo, Lorrie Fink, Carla Herzenberg, Nancy Holliday, Letitia Ntofon, Eesuu Orundide, Dolores Vitero Presley, Malik Seneferu, Githinji Wa Mbire at Black Dot Cafe Gallery May 14th, 2010 - June 18th, 2010
Posted 6/4/10

OPENING RECEPTIONFriday, May 14th, 6:30-9:00PMVisual Art Exhibit May 14th-June 18th 2010 Featured Artists DUANE DETERVILLE • MARCEL DIALLO • LORRIE FINK CARLA HERZENBERG • NANCY HOLLIDAY • GITHINJI WA MBIRE LETITIA NTOFON • EESUU ORUNDIDE • DOLORES VITERO PRESLEY KAREN SENEFERU • MALIK SENEFERU Black Dot Cafe Gallery • 1195 Pine Street • oakland, CA Press Release: Join us  Friday, May 14th at Black Dot Cafe Gallery for the opening reception of The Color Is RED, a juried show of div... [more]

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Goyak NIyaz at alone April 6th, 2010 - April 6th, 2010
Posted 5/18/10

Simbolic color Neo-Plasticism. Cubism,Modern art, geometry, color, De Stijl ,painting. impressionism painting.. De Stijl: Fine Arts, Expressionism, Geometric vertical,horizontal black lines , primary colors- white, gray, black,end  -,,Green,, Cubism,geometry, impressionism ,Fine Arts,Modern art, , color simbolic painting ,memories of the war-thoughts for the future Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992-1996 nemam pojma vise šta da napisem [more]

Valentinegirl Georgianne Fastaias Works Stand Out  
Jack Androvich-Normalfotos, John Lupo Avanti, Laura Browning, Melissa Burman, Lina Chang, Sarah Waite Chase, Naomi S. Cooper, Simone Coulars, Noah Dasho, Georgianne Fastaia, N. Ferrara, Helen Friedman, Renee Anderson Glassworks, Kathryn Le Grice, David Imlay, Kendra Renee Jewelry, Lulu Bug Jewelry, Barbe Saint John, Rivkah Kaz, Andy Kowalczyk, Carina Lomeli, Ms. MariNaomi, Biff Moshe, Junko Van Norman, Kalyle Origami, Jessica Patrick, Rebecca Peters, Winthrop Prince, Hiroko Sakai, Eve Shen, Maureen Shields, Michael-Che` Swisher, Vera Tchikovani, Kelcie Tinker, Mary Tivadar, Hilary Williams, Laurel Wright, Jen Zahigian at Artist-Xchange February 5th, 2010 - February 28th, 2010
Posted 3/4/10

San Francisco Artist Georgianne Fastaia I had the honor of showing my works with fantastic San Francisco artist Georgianne Fastaia.Her works - mostly figures and landscape or cityscape - have rich textures and great atmosphere. Her figures often boldly claim large portion of the canvases, giving them a sense of timeless monumentality, yet they are abruptly confronted by the edges of the canvases, making them somewhat vulnerable, therefore the complexity of the figures and the paintings palpable. I also... [more]

Dscf0044 Homestyle Tinkerin'  
50+ regional established artists at 1516 euclid Avenue July 10th, 2009 - July 12th, 2009
Posted 8/26/09

HOMESTYLE TINKERIN'  Ingenuity gathers the family around by Michael Gill Ingenuity organizer James Levin predicted that Ian Charnas' production Boltz — a campy mix of musical theater, dance and electrical tinkering presented by Case Western Reserve University — would be the iconic event that people remembered from Ingenuity 2009. Hopefully that's not true. The production's music and dance weren't badly realized, and the sustainability message was just about right for an after-school special or a com... [more]

Cm_day_the_beach-series September Exhibit and Reception 5th 5-9  
Claudette McDermott, Antonia Wennink at POC A Colony of Artists September 1st, 2009 - September 30th, 2009
Posted 8/10/09

Meet the Artists Sept 5, 5-9 refreshments and conversation with Artists exhibiting at "The Small Canvas" show for the Month of September at the Berry Patch in Pleasanton, California. These works will be on canvas sizes of 5x5, 8x8, 10x10 and 12x12 only and prices range from $50 on up. Receptions are a rare event so be sure to catch this one and find out what Inspired these Artists to create their visions. Interested in Commissioning one of these Artists? Ask them: Claudette McDermott, Sally Hai... [more]

Setinmotionnew2copy This show was a tremendous success.  
Ray Aliviado, Steven Amado, Raymond Berrellez, Peter Bukasa, Daniela Campons, Miguel Cervantes, Jesus Christos, KatherineBianca Clark, Morgan Cook, Ashley Costello, Annie Dubber, Jose Espinoza, Mike Gomez, Adriana Gonzalez, Desirae Hepp, Jose Hernandez, Taylor Kawata, Jesus Eduardo Magana, Jesus Martinez, Edson Mbaki, Marissa M Mercado, Shefali Mistry, Ben Morado, Emily Neptune, Jesse Perez, Jesus Perez, Zully Perez, Sheree Reed, Michael Reid, Eddie Rodriguez, Jonathan Sanchez, Nadia Santacruz, Jason Saunders, Kevin Tong, Maria Guadelupe Torres, Octavio Vargas, Daniel Velasquez, Cynthia Villasnor at Basswerks December 6th, 2008 - December 6th, 2008
Posted 7/26/09

I am an artist also a curator. This was the first show I curated and was a tremendous success. I curated a group show with over 40 artists. The show was titled "Set-In-Motion" December 6th & 7th, 2008. It took place at Basswerks Gallery in Los Angeles, USA. This was a 2-day show. I combined a variety of media like photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, installation, architecture, sculpture, and Music. (and many more)        I had 3 bands (Random Ninjas [more]

P3270024 Designs by Rosalie  
Rosalie Marsh-Boinus at Sawdust Art Festival June 26th, 2009 - August 30th, 2009
Posted 6/6/09

  Over 200 artists in booths demonstrating and selling their artistic work in a beautiful setting of trees, entertainment daily, wine and beer served, several restaurants available in a cafe like setting     [more]

Acoustic-flyers_artshow_2__copy Al BORDE's "VISION DIMAMICA"  
Steven Amado (CHATISMO), Mark Canto, Ricardo Delgado, EFREN LUNA, Miriam Martinez, Fabius Maximus, Antonio Neyra, Amparo Ochoa, Fernando Reyes, Rick Rodriguez, Conchita Sousa at El Gallo Plaza May 15th, 2009 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Posted 5/21/09

This art show was a great success!! The art, the music, the performances, and the crowd. Al Borde had the right combination of alternative media. Impressionable artworks by artists/(like, Amparo Ochoa, Efren Luna[I got a lot of praise for my piece "Reflections" Watercolor painting], Rick Rodriguez CONCHITA and CHATISMO to name a few). Artist Rick Rodriguez works where great especially (untitled) any time anywhere. 4'x5'. This work expresses struggles of inner city citizens and police in the ur... [more]

Something about a rich tradition of still life as seen through the eyes of the contemporary artist.  
Group Show at Art Murmur December 14th, 2006 - January 31st, 2007
Posted 5/8/09

At Art Murmur there is a group show about once a month and the artist run the gamut but what was special about this show was the lack of figurative work. I was excited to see what some of the artist came up with. below is "remember" by Alex Feliciano and the flyer for the show featuring Paul Pitsker, as you can see two aproches to a seemingly simlple task.      [more]

Dsc_0045rgb Coping is a pleasure  
Ian Brown, Marcus Coates, Alan Currall, Ryan Gander, Johanna Hällsten, Richard Hughes, Francis McKee, Heather and Ivan Morison, Mariele Neudecker, Alex Pearl, PAUL ROONEY, Annika Ström, Richard T. Walker at David Cunningham Projects January 22nd, 2009 - February 28th, 2009
Posted 1/24/09

This show is a lot more fun than the description would have you think.  The large piece in the back room alone is worth a visit to the gallery.  Two huge water-filled heavy glass tanks on tall pedestals each contain a miniature mountain range.  The mountains are covered with minute air bubbles created when the tanks were filled with water.  A bright light above each tank creates reflections of the mountains both within and between the two tanks, which means the piece expands and changes as you mo... [more]

My_family Peled Victor- Judaica.  
at artprofessionals, Art Sites November 21st, 2008 - November 21st, 2015
Posted 11/21/08 Painters, oil painting, portrait, still life, abstract, graphics,  arts, history, landscape, Judaica, klezmers, City landscape. [more]

Solway It's a Woman's World, LA Weekly, Pick of the Week  
Cherie Benner Davis at Solway Jones November 24th, 2007 - December 22nd, 2007
Posted 3/30/10

By Peter Frank Intimate, idiosyncratic art symptomizes its era. Is it sexist, or otherwise presumptuous, to see such art as particularly sensitive to the tribulations of the Zeitgeist when it’s made by women artists? Certainly, the delicate, irresistibly poignant collages and box assemblages of the late Hannelore Baron speak of their times, or at least their maker’s. Fleeing Nazi Germany to New York as a child, Baron turned her well-earned anxieties into an art of deep pathos, fragility and haunting introspection. Imagine Joseph Cornell’... [more]

Solway Cherie Benner Davis, ArtScene California  
Cherie Benner Davis at Solway Jones November 24th, 2007 - December 22nd, 2007
Posted 3/30/10

by Elenore Welles Geometry as a means of describing nature derives from an ancient communication for identifying life forms in the chain of existence. As a way of seeing the world autobiographically, it has a long tradition among artists, scientists and occultists. Cherie Benner Davis continues that convention through grids, floor plans and maps, each a reflection of a personal core of ideas and experiences. A master colorist, her subtle disposition of color areas holds her geometric struct... [more]

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