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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very delighted to announce that its January 2013 online art exhibition is now posted on their website and is ready to view online. The theme for this art exhibition is “All Photography”. The gallery received a broad selection of photography, including, film, digital, digital collage, digital manipulation, along with alternative printing and other alternative capture processes.
An international online art competition was held in December 2012 which determined and judged the art for this exhibition. The gallery received submissions from ¬¬16 different countries from around the world and they also received entries from 30 different states. Overall, there were 452 entries from 120 different artists that were judged for this art competition.
RISK FOR DEEP LOVE
a ritual audience participation experience experiment
The Long-Running Underground Hit!
Frank Moore, world-known shaman performance artist, will conduct improvised passions of musicians, actors, dancers, and audience members in a laboratory setting to create altered realities of fusion beyond taboos. Bring your passions and musical instruments and your senses of adventure and humor. Other than that, ADMISSION IS FREE! (But donations are encouraged.)
ARE YOU HUMAN ENOUGH FOR THIS?
Saturday, January 5, 2013
TEMESCAL ART CENTER
511 48th Street
Oakland, CA 94609-2058
Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces their 2nd Annual “All Women” Juried Art Competition for the month of January 2013. The gallery urges all 2D Women Artists (including photography) to submit their best art for inclusion into the gallery’s February 2013 online group exhibition.
The gallery would like to be able to exhibit only the best art that is submitted by women artists only. Women can submit any 2D media, in any style and about any subject matter for this competition.
This Sunday from 1pm until 5pm is the last demo accompanying the 2012 Watercolor West Juried Exhibition. Join artist Ruth Ellen Hoag as she demonstrates how she creates paintings that explore the human experience. Cost is $25 per person, call the Gallery at (714) 990-7730 for more information or to register.
Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces a call for entries for the gallery’s 2nd Annual “All Photography” online art competition for the month of December 2012. Photographers from around the world are called upon to make online submissions for inclusion in to the Gallery’s January 2013 online group art exhibition. Light Space & Time encourages entries from all photographers regardless of where they reside and regardless of their experience or education in the art field. All digital, film, manipulated, alternative photographic and printing processes will be accepted into this competition.
Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very delighted to announce that its December 2012 online art exhibition is now posted on their website and is ready to view online. The theme for this art exhibition is “Seasons” and artists were asked to interpret and depict the four distinct times of the year, along with scenes and activities associated with those seasons in their art.
An international online art competition was held in November 2012 which determined and judged the art for this exhibition. The gallery received submissions from ¬¬13 different countries from around the world and they also received entries from 31 different states. Overall, there were 401 entries from 131 different artists that were judged for this art competition.
Ruth Ellen Hoag is a signature member of WW, SDWS, and an AWS medal winner. She works in the figurative genre to explore the human experience. Whether it’s the activity of dancers in motion, or those in contemplative mode, she chooses her palette to suit the mood in order to show what something feels like conveyed in paint. She is presenting ideas about how she creates her award-winning paintings. The seminar is $25 and is held at the City of Brea Art Gallery. Join us to see her work, lectures and demonstrations live on Sunday, December 16 from 1 PM to 5 PM! Free parking and restaurants are within walking distance. For more information or to register, please call gallery staff at (714) 990-7731.
Learn about the art of watercolor with artist, Judy Todd. She will be Studying the Negative Painting Process. Saturday December 8th, 2012 at the City of Brea Art Gallery. 9:30am to 3:00pm.Cost is $75. There is a supply list and more details online at breagallery.com. Also, for more info or to register for a Watercolor Workshop please call gallery staff at (714) 990-7731.
with Roni Henning
6 weeks, 6-9 pm
Session I: Tuesdays, January 15 – February 19, 2013
Session II: Wednesdays, April 3 – May 8, 2013
Explore the wide range of screenprinting techniques in this versatile medium. Silkscreen allows you to easily print hand-drawn, photographic, and digital imagery on paper, fabric, and other surfaces in a variety of colors. You will create handmade and photographic stencils and learn to use a vacuum table and exposure unit to shoot screens. Topics will include screen preparation, color separation for multi-plate prints, correct color mixing, registration, screen monoprinting, editioning, and basic methods of printing onto t-shirts.
INTRO TO PRINTMAKING
with Lisa Mackie
Watercolor West and the City of Brea Art Gallery present 2012 Watercolor Demonstration series. Five nationally-known watercolor masters present ideas about how they create their award-winning paintings. Join us to see their work, lectures and demonstrations live! Free parking and restaurants are within walking distance.
Join us on Sunday, December 16, 2012, from 1-5PM, with demonstrator Ruth Ellen Hoag. Ruth is a signature member of Watercolor West, San Diego Watercolor Society, and an American Watercolor Society medal winner. She works in the figurative genre to explore the human experience. Whether it’s the activity of dancers in motion, or those in contemplative mode, she chooses her palette to suit the mood in order to show what something feels like conveyed in paint.