Jack Alvarez and Menlo Macfarlane
January 30 2004 - March 13 2004
Julie Baker Fine Art
120 N. Auburn St. Suite 100
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Open Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 5pm and by appointment
Whittier Art Gallery
8035 Painter Ave
Opening Reception: February 07 2004 at 1:00 PM
Exhibition runs from February 04 2004 to February 29 2004
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Sunday Noon-5:00pm
Art by ARMANDO BAEZA, OSCAR CASTILLO, ART LEON, RAMON RAMIREZ. The number 1.618 refers to the Divine Proportion which is a fundamental building block found in nature. The ratio 1.618:1 was used by ancient civilizations such as the Greeks and Egyptians to bring order to their art and architecture.
This exhibition brings together 4 artists from the same geographical location (two reside in the city of Whittier and two in Montebello) with diverse aesthetics and means of artistic production. A sculptor, two photographers and a painter display their work in one gallery; not to reject the divine proportion', but to further examine and understand the relationships, both artistic and cultural, that exist between them and their work.
Around the Coyote Winter Arts Festival 2004
FEBRUARY 6 - 8
NEW WORKS MIXED MEDIA ON PAPER
OPENING RECEPTION: Fri. Feb. 6 (6-10pm)
Festival Hours: Sat. Feb 7 (12noon - 8pm)
Sun. Feb 8 (12noon - 8pm)
Arte y Papel studio and gallery is open on Sat. & Sun. 12noon - 5pm and all other times by appointment.
Arte y Papel
Art Studio 210 Flat Iron Arts Building
Chicago, IL 60622
Xavier Garza, Larry Portillo, Luis Guerrero, and Luis Valderas come together to offer renditions of the heart and all its working and machinations.
Opening Reception: February 07 2004 at 06:00 PM
Exhibition Dates: February 07 2004 to February 28 2004
El Sol Studios
903. S. Alamo St.
San Antonio TX 78205
10 - 6 pm
Our Stories by Mauricio Toussaint
through painting, my vision of the reality of the world is my motivation.
As a painter I have found that the experimentation and expansion of my work
was limited during my life in Mexico, the stigma, self-censorship and a society
made it difficult for me to evolve.
February & March Art Workshops 2004
4-week workshops/1-day a week for 3 hours.
Mixed Media Technique on Paper $145
Cochineal Natural Pigment Technique on paper $155
Workshops begin February 10
Registration is required. Maximum 5 students per class.
Classes are offered Tues, Wed, Thurs & Sat.
Bring a friend and receive 10% off workshop fee.
Hours during the week 6 - 9pm/ Saturdays 11am -2p.m. and 3:30pm - 6:30pm
For more information on class description and materials list please email diana Solis at email@example.com or stop by Arte y papel at the Flat Iron Building suite 210 from 3pm - 8pm and pick up information in person.
Deadline Registration for workshops is February 3.
Arte y Papel
Art Studio 210 Flat Iron Arts Building
Chicago, IL 60622
Novella Noir by Jeff Abbey Maldonado
Presents the relationship between figure and environment.
When: Opening reception Friday, February 20, 2004
8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Exhibit will run through the end of March.
Where: Kristoffer's Cafe & Bakery
1733 South Halsted St.
Chicago Illinois 60608
Novella Noir Maldonado
Opening Reception Friday February 20, 2004 8:30 PM
Kristoffer's Cafe & Bakery
18th & Halsted
Free Parking at Chicago Community Bank
Puerto Rican Art of the 20th and 21st Centuries
Focus on Arnaldo Roche-Rabell
Complementing his exhibition in Los Angeles this month, Arnaldo Roche-Rabell, one of Puerto Rico's leading artists, will participate in a color slide lecture given by Dr. Shifra M. Goldman, Art Historian, Latin American Center, UCLA.
Where: Self-Help Graphics and Art, 3802 Cesar Chavez Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90063, (323) 881-6444
When: Friday, February 20, 2004 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Sponsors and special thanks to:
Mr. William Sheey, Latin American Masters Gallery of Beverly Hills
Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration
Self-Help Graphics and Art
Avenue 50 Studio, Highland Park
Refreshments will be served. This event is free to the public.
Artist Reception: Saturday, February 21, 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.
The Avenue 50 Studio will host an art exhibit of serigraphs, lithographs and paintings by Havana artist Rubén Rodríguez Martínez. Rodríguez's powerful sense of line translates into dynamically fluid figures floating in space – body parts in the midst of lovemaking. These deceptively simple but energetic images create a balance between the physical and the intellectual as we struggle to comprehend the relationship of disjointed parts. Mr. Rodríguez is dealing with the physical moment.
Born in Cardenas, Matanzas Province, Cuba in 1959, Rodríguez graduated in 1975 from the Provincial School of Plastic Arts of Las Villas. He carried out studies in the National School of Plastic Arts of Havana graduating with a specialty in drawing, printmaking and painting. Many of his works are in private museums, galleries and collections in Brazil, Teheran, Venezuela, Kuwait, Portugal, Spain, United States, Uruguay, Germany, Panama, and Cuba. At the present time, Rodríguez is a professor of engraving at the Superior Institute of Art of Havana. He is a member of the National Union of Cuban Writers and Artists (UNEAC).
Special thanks to: Adolfo V. Nodal, author: "Memoria Cuban Art of the 20th Century; Adventure Tours & Travel; and Carlos M. Aguilar, > Producer
"Rubén Rodríguez-Erotic Art from Cuba/Arte Erótica de Cuba" runs from February 21 through March 28, 2004 and is free to the public. Studio hours: Tuesday through Thursday 10-12 noon; Saturday and Sunday 10-4 p.m.
The Avenue 50 Studio
131 No. Avenue 50
Highland Park, CA 90042
Annual Carnaval de Tempe
Ybarra & David Manje
University Art Gallery - 25th Anniversary Exhibition
February 26 - March 21, 2004
Opening Reception: Thursday February 26, 4-6 PM
Terry Allen, Rebeca Bollinger, Lowell Darling, Stephen De Staebler, Ricahrd Diebenkorn, Crhris Finley, Lorraine Garcia-Nakara, Wally Hedrick, David Hockney, Robert Hudson, Dennis Leon, Elizabeth McKinne, Richard Misrach, Ron Nagle, Nathan Oliveira, Peter Shelton, M. Louise Stanley, Inez Storer, William T. Wiley, Tom Wudl.
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928-3609
Landscapes of Memory
Thursday, February 26 2004, 7:00 pm
Mabel O. Wilson presents a talk that considers how memory guides us through spaces of our daily activites and rituals.
This program is in conjunction with "Occupied Space: The Sculpture Show"
Mabel O. Wilson is an associate professor of architecture and visual studies at CCA (California College of the Arts) in San Francisco . She is also a partner in KW:a an architectural design collaborative that engages in both speculative and built work. Her architectural designs have been shown at a number of international and national venues including the House Rules exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum's Triennial in 2003. She has had solo shows at the Storefront for Art and Architecture, 3A Garage, and Form Zero Gallery. KW:a was the recipient of a design distinction award from ID Magazine in 2002. Assemblage, Any Magazine, and Harvard Design Magazine have featured her articles and design projects. And her scholarly essays have appeared in books on critical geography and architecture. In 2002 she was the recipient of a Visiting Scholar Fellowship from the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles.
510 S. First Street
San Jos?, CA 95113
408 998 ARTE
Contemporary Art of Cuba - Panel Discussion
When: Thursday, February 26, 7:00 p.m.
Where: The Avenue 50 Studio, 131 No. Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042 (323) 258-1435
In support of the exhibit, "Ruben Rodriguez: Erotic Art From Cuba", the Avenue 50 Studio will host a panel discussion with art historian Shifra M. Goldman, PhD, and Adolfo V. Nodal, author of "Memoria: Cuban Art of the 20th Century". Mr. Nodal will have books available for sale.
Although Cuba is a small island nation, it has a cultural breadth of character immense for its size. Our panel discussion, "Contemporary Art of Cuba" will touch on how and why contemporary Cuban art achieved international status, and who are some of the rising art stars.
Shifra M. Goldman has a PhD in art history from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), with a specialization in modern Latin America. She is a Research Associate with the Latin American Center, UCLA; has taught art history at California State University, Los Angeles; and has taught modern Latin American art at UCLA since 1994. Dr. Goldman is currently working on her fourth book about modern Latin American art.
Adolph V. Nodal emigrated to the U.S. from Cuba in 1957. He held the position of General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department from 1988-2001. Over the last 15 years, he has presented to Los Angeles, artists of Cuban descent. Mr. Nodal is a founding member and producer of Proyecto Memoria Memoria. Archivo de Artes Visuales Cubanas. He is one of the authors of "Memoria: Cuban Art of the 20th Century". Mr. Nodal lives and works in Los Angeles.
Special thanks to: Eddy Bello-Sandoval, artist; Adventure Tours & Travel; and Carlos M. Aguilar, Producer"Rubén Rodríguez-Erotic Art from Cuba/Arte Erótica de Cuba" runs from February 21 through March 14, 2004 and is free to the public. Studio hours: Tuesday through Thursday 10-12 noon; Saturday and Sunday 10-4 p.m.
Talk and show at SAMA
Rolando Briseno will be giving a talk at San Antonio Museum of Art with Dr. Gary Keller of Arizona State University entitled Food in the Oeuvre of Rolando Briseno: A personal Conversation at 4pm, Fri. Feb. 27. There is a reception for a new show from the permanent collection entitled Food For Thought where I will also be participating at 6pm. Food by Bistro Vatel, the same Vatel family from 17c France that orchestrated dinner parties for Louis XVI. The movie Vatel will be shown at 7pm. All for $10.
Contemporary Velvet Painting
Light, Color, and Passion
Opening Reception is at February 28 2004 at 7 PM and the exhibit runs until April 24, 2004.
Participating Artists: Jorge Gurmandi, Reinaldo Vargas, Norma Michel, Ivan DiNatale, Victor Lorena, Maria Mandun, Lenin Medina, Gabriel Mendivil, Alfredo Ruiz, Ines Villanueva, Mauro Yrigoyen, Moises Hergueta, M. Clara Rossi, Manolo Roldan
Icaro Gallery is proud to announce their third annual group show of Latin American painters entitled Light, Color and Passion. The opening reception is Saturday February 28, 2004 from 6-10 PM. The exhibition runs from February 28 through April 24, 2004.
This popular and acclaimed exhibition showcases fourteen painters from seven
countries. The artists represent the vast territories of South America including the oil rich north, the white snow capped Andes, the green carpeted rain forest, the myriad colors of the cities, and the vast blue skies of the Pampas. Cuba's vibrant Caribbean culture and tradition steeped Mexico are also featured. The third installment of Light, Color and Passion highlights some favorite artists from prior shows and some newcomers who are sure to attract a following. Peruvian Maria Mandun excites the viewer with her colorful allegorical characters inhabiting fanciful esoteric worlds. Peruvians Gabriel Mendivil and Alfredo Ruiz use political satire to express the contradictions of their culture juxtaposing native traditions with modern realities of life. Peruvian Lenin Medina creates haunting figurative work.
Venezuelan Manolo Roldan expresses the hope and dreams of his people with colors that resemble the land and natural elements of South America. Norma Michel continues the Mexican tradition of using symbolism to express a wide range of emotions and experiences. Spaniard Moises Hergueta, Cuban painter Reinaldo Vargas, Peruvian Ines Villanueva and M. Clara Rossi of Uruguay all use vibrant colors in unique styles to express autobiographical, mythological or spiritual themes. Icaro Gallery in collaboration with Peru Reiser Tours is offering its first guided tour to Peru from May 7-16, 2004. The intimate English language tour features the wonders and beauty of Peru. Participants will experience the gentleness of the Peruvian people, the majesty and spirituality of Machu Picchu, the cosmopolitan nature of Lima juxtaposed to the history and ancient culture of the Incas of Cuzco. Participants will have the opportunity to meet artists from Peru, consult a Peruvian psychic as well as sample the nightlife.
The online brochure can be found at www.Peruviantour.com.
Icaro Gallery's new hours are Friday and Saturday from 1-7 PM and by appointment.
The gallery is located at 4258 Atlantic Avenue in Long Beach. Icaro Gallery can be contacted by phone (562) 427-4258 or e-mail: buyart@Icarogallery.com. The gallery's websites are www.Icarogallery.com and www.Peruviantour.com.
4258 Atlantic Avenue
Long Beach CA 90807
Puerto Rican Art Continuing Education Course
The class will take place February 28 - May 1, 2004 on Saturdays from 2:00 - 4:00PM.
An overview of the artistic history of Puerto Rico from that of the early Taino natives through the modern day. The art will be studied in context of the socio-cultural history of the island as well as the influence of North American and European art movements. Topics covered include: Taino art; folk art; the graphics art movement of the 1950s; the socio-political art of the 1950s; abstract vs. figurative painting of the 1970s; sculpture, installation art, photography and video art; and the globalization of Puerto Rican art from the 1980s until the present. Also covered will be the relationship between island artists and second-generation Puerto Ricans on the mainland.
CUNY on the Concourse
2501 Grand Concourse
Bronx NY 10468