BANK OF AMERICA GALLERY
May 16, 2014 - July 6, 2014
The space as a constructive tool — the line as a guide to navigate it. Interrupted Line is the title of the first solo show by Argentinean artist Marcolina Dipierro (1978) on the West Coast. With exclusive works from the Sayago&Pardon Collection, Interrupted Line addresses the multiple ways in which space can be modified, altered, or interrupted with just a line, in a playful mode that resembles how life can be transformed or disturbed by everyday experiences. Dipierro works with a series of “objectual pieces” that consists of basic geometric elements: volumes, planes and lines made with simple materials. The use of linear forms made with acrylic, wood and paper collages is constant in her works displayed at the gallery space.
Sponsored by FLC Visual Arts Department.
Annual FLC Student Art Show
Friday March 14, 2014 - Sunday May 11, 2014
Sponsored by the Student Organization for Developing Art
From left to right, top row: Brooke Eliiot - No Waiting, Cristine Balduino - Frog with Attitute, Jacob Googwin - Aude. From left to right, bottom row: Carol Soibelman - Clyde, S. Sherman Radzik - Keeping an Eye on You Necklace, Timothy Quinn - Egyptian Charioteer.
The exhibition features various FLC student artworks in a diverse range of media, such as painting, printmaking, sculpture, and drawing. This exhibition is representative of the wide range of styles supported by the FLC Visual Arts Faculty and the strong foundation each student receives while pursuing his or her visual arts studies at Folsom Lake College. The exhibition is open to all Folsom Lake College students, who have created artworks between the Summer 2013 and current Spring 2014 semesters.
Book Club Van Kleef
January 10, 2014 - March 9, 2014
Artists featured above (clockwise from top-left): Robert Hernandez, Keith Ferris, Rose Kelly, Mark Ashworth, Michael Mew and Gary Burgess
The Book Club at Van Kleef's, after eight years of Thursday gatherings, remains an important conduit for information sharing and camaraderie. Some 20 strong continue to support and contribute to Bay Area art exhibits and an exchange of ideas and concepts in the art world. As the art world explodes exponentially, artists must maintain contact with one another in order to remain knowledgeable and viable. There is no substitute for first-hand information on exhibits, lectures and books that are discussed in the weekly gatherings. The artists support individual exhibits and are constantly producing new art work. People get inspired by what others accomplish, and the Book Club is a prime example of just that type of camaraderie. – Robert Hernandez
High School Invitational
November 1, 2013 - January 5, 2014
Artists featured above (clockwise from top-left): Natalia Bidun, Linda Smoot, Erin Gorman, Hyung Min Park, Joey Van Buskirk, Holly Trudeau and Nikole Hoberg.
The Folsom Lake College Visual Arts Department is proud to host an exhibition displaying the artworks of FLC’s service area high school students. FLC and the area high school faculty collaborated to identify and promote the students in their artistic endeavors and enrich their creative experience.
13th Annual FLC Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
September 6, 2013 - October 27, 2013
The Folsom Lake College visual arts faculty includes professional artists with diverse specializations encompassing the spectrum of classes offered, from studio arts to art history. Folsom Lake College faculty members have exhibited regionally, nationally, and internationally. The artwork exhibited will reflect a wide range of media and styles. Participating artists: Talver Germany; Aleris Hart; Brian Hayes; Eunyoung Hwang; Shadieh Mirmobiny; Marisa Sayago; Heike Schmid; and Margaret Welty.
Artists featured above (clockwise from top-left): Shadieh Mirmobiny, Heike Schmid, Marisa Sayago, and Brian Hayes.
California Art Club, est. 1909
Eureka! Northern California’s Golden Light
July 12, 2013 - September 1, 2013
The century-old California Art Club is honored to present its second juried exhibition at the Bank of America Gallery in the Harris Center for the Arts/Three Stages at Folsom Lake College. Founded in 1909 by early California Impressionists or plein air painters, the Club is a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit organization dedicated to providing artists with information on classical art techniques and exhibition opportunities, while fostering among art enthusiasts a greater appreciation for contemporary-traditional fine art. Now recognized as one of the oldest, largest and most active art organizations in the world, the Club includes among its members nationally renowned artists, art students, art scholars and patrons, and leading collectors and members of the business community in order to interject different perspectives into the ongoing dialogue about traditional fine art painting and sculpture.
Artists featured above (clockwise from top-left): Susan Sarback, Marti Walker, Carolyn Lord, and Marilyn Rose.