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Peninsula Women’s Caucus for Art Exhibition: Untitled – Titled or Not

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The Coastal Arts League Museum and Gallery will present works of the Peninsula Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA). Untitled or title is a dilemma that many artists have for many reasons. Wh ich is preferred: That a title is open for interpretation or that a title i s descriptive and gives clues to viewers. Members chose Untitled< /b> - Titled or Not for their member exhibition that opens Ju ne 1. Each will have the freedom to be inspired by “it is mine and I will d o what inspires me.” Often\, theme restricts creativity. Some of the artwor ks in this exhibit will display titles and some will not.

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The exhib ition will be on view from June 1 through June 24\, 2012 at the Gallery\, 3 00 Main Street in Half Moon Bay.  The reception with the artists will be he ld on Saturday\, June 2\, 2012 from 5-7 pm. This event is free and open to the public.  Gallery hours are Friday\, Saturday\, Sunday and Monday from 1 -5 pm.

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Francine Survilo chose Untitled for her work with clay and stain and in her statement she says “Sometimes I put wa ter and fresh flowers in the empty space of these ceramic heads or sometime s dried weeds but most of the time it is left empty.”

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Kristine Idar ius and Bonnie Smith each titled their work. Kristine will show an acrylic on paper and fabric titled Untitled Memory.  Bonnie presents her work in Fiber Arts titled Oh\, the Fifties!

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Marie LaPrade’s photograph is untitled. Her color image in reds and blues invite s a viewer’s response and interpretation. 

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About the Women’s Cau cus for Art

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Founded in 1972 in connection with the College Art Association (CAA)\, WCA is a national member organization unique in its mul ti-disciplinary\, multicultural membership of artists\, art historians\, st udents /educators\, and museum professionals. The mission of the Women's Ca ucus for Art is to expand opportunities and recognition for women in the ar ts.

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WCA is committed to education about the contributions of women\ , opportunities for the exhibition of women's work\, publication of women's writing about art\, inclusion of women in the history of art\, professiona l equity for all\, and respect for all individuals without discrimination a nd support for legislation relevant to our goals.  For more information visit:  www.nationalwca.org

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About the Coastal Ar ts League

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The Coastal Arts League is a non-profit corporation foun ded in 1979 to develop and support creative artistic talent in the Coastsid e Community. The Coastal Arts League maintains a free Museum and a Museum S tore to showcase the talent of Coastside artists and art groups. Monthly ex hibitions in the Museum may be the work of individual artists or other\, re gional\, art organizations. Additionally\, the Coastal Arts League\, in con junction with other organizations\, such as San Mateo County's Art Share\, develops programs to encourage young artists to publish and display their w ork.

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For additional information:

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http://peninsulawca.blogspot .com/

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