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Joan Robey

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June Diamond  
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Ching Ching Cheng, George Ousman Diagne, June Diamond, SA Schimmel Gold, Gregg Hill, Rani Laik, Mary Larsen, Dave Lovejoy, Frank Miller, Annemarie Rawlinson, Joan Robey, Karen Sikie, Richard Turner at The Loft at Liz's June 26th, 2010 - September 7th, 2010
Posted 8/19/10
June Diamond's contribution to the exhibition serves as functional lighting and visual illumination.  She has gathered copius amounts of wine bottles from her neighbors and neighborhood resturants.  As a professional artist working with glass in various forms she is clear about maintaining the integrity of the glass.  She enjoys working in a labor intensive fashion.  Each of the eight light fixtures consists of small pieces of glass that are individually linked with copper rings that she maticu... [more]
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Raising plants, and hopefully cash, in Santa Barbara  
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James Carbone, Kevin Caron, Brian 'Solar B' Chandler, Joy Feuer, Diana Folsom, P.H. Fred, Betsy Gallery, Won Sil Kim, Kay Kropp, Douglas Lochner, Susan Love, Philip Lumbang, Laura Lynch, Carolyn Mendoza, Valery Milovic, Darcy Miro, Terry Peterson, Terri Phillips, Joan Robey, Rachel Rose, Catherine Ruane, Gwen Samuels, Nina Savill, Karen Sikie, Jude Silva, Lorna Turner, Evan Vieser, Joan Waters, Lisa G. Westheimer, Xenia Zampolli at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden October 10th, 2009 - October 10th, 2009
Posted 11/28/09
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-outthere6-2009oct06,0,3867804.story   [more]
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RECLAIMING MATERIALS @ Sculpturesite Gallery   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Joan Robey, Adele Seltzer, Ann Weber, Jane Woolverton at Sculpturesite Gallery April 10th, 2008 - June 14th, 2008
Posted 5/18/08
Green is de rigueur these days, so artwork made from recycled materials has a certain timely cachet (although folk and traditional artists have always made do with what was at hand). This show features four Bay Area sculptors who use castoff or humble materials in original ways, challenging our assumptions about traditional “noble” art materials like marble and bronze, and debunking the notion that ideas necessarily precede process, since these works grow out of whatever turns up. ... [more]
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