BANK OF AMERICA GALLERY
Placerville Arts Association Spring Membership Show
May 19 - July 9, 2017
Reception: Sunday, June 4, 1 pm
From top left to bottom left to top right to bottom right: "Farewell to Spring", Randy Honerlah, Acrylic. "Still Standing", by Shelly Thorene, is a photograph on metal of a stand of trees burned in the King Fire along Highway 50 and is one of many 2 and 3 dimensional works of art on display. "Cruising Lake Maggiore", Phil Lachapell, oil on canvas. "McClintock", Shirley Isola, scratchboard. "Cactus Blooms", Gloria Vernon, fused glass.
The Bank of America Art Gallery is featuring the Placerville Arts Association Spring Membership Show at the Harris Center. The show opens May 19, with an artist's reception on Sunday, June 4, at 1 pm and runs through July 9. Hours are from 12 - 4 pm on Tues, Wed, and Thurs, and 1 hour before any scheduled performance.
Annual FLC Student Art Show
March 17 - May 14, 2017
Reception: Friday, March 24, 5-7 pm
Anessa Forshey - "Iris"; Cindy Chaponot - "Tomoe Gozen"; Haotian Xu - "Spring"; Katherine Lee - "Rouge en Pointe"; Megan Risk - "Narrative Self-Portrait"; Shahrukh Khan - "Akiko"; Jarrett Tovar - "Cat Portrait"; Patty Mimmack - "Adrift"; Darin Freeland - "Grandma Rocker"; Suzanne Tovar - "American River"
The art show features various FLC student art work created during the past year. A diverse range of media from drawing and painting to printmaking, sculpture, and metal arts is exhibited. The show is representative of the wide range of styles, techniques, and approaches supported by FLC Visual Arts faculty, and exemplifies the strong foundation each student receives while pursuing their visual arts studies at Folsom Lake College.
Art Studio Trek
January 13, 2017 - March 12, 2017
Top Left: Chris Magisano. Bottom Left: Lynda Pike. Right: Judy Dillon.
This exhibit includes selected studio works of 19 artists from Granite Bay, Roseville, and Rocklin. The artworks include photography, paintings, sculpture, ceramics, woodworks, glass art, jewelry, mixed media, gourd art, and assemblage art. The art show is a showcase for the Annual Art Studio Trek, a free Art & Chocolate open studio tour that takes place in the spring. For more information about the studio and artists, visit their website at: www.artstudiotrek.com.
Participating artists are Patricia Abraham, Diane Ruhkala Bell, Judy Butler, Cathy Cline, Judy Dillon, Steve Dillon, Marsha Elam, Darlene Engellenner, Helen Gruelle Hunter, Jim Hunter, Elma Jella, Craig Johnson, Mya Louw, Chris Magisano, Marcia Murray, Lynda Pike, Noel Sandino, Judy Sherman, and Judy Stickney.
16th Annual Folsom Lake College Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
Friday, November 18, 2016 - Sunday, January 8, 2017
Top row: Brian Hayes, Marisa Sayago. Bottom Row: Shadieh Mirmobiny, Diana Coco-Russell.
The exhibition provides students, colleagues, and visitors a glimpse into the creative and professional work of the Visual Arts Department faculty. The participating artists include Diana Coco-Russell, Talver Germany, Aleris Hart, Brian Hayes, Eunyoung Hwang, Shadieh Mirmobiny, Marisa Sayago, Heike Schmid, and Margaret Welty.
The Visual Arts Department Faculty Exhibition affords visitors with an exclusive opportunity to view artwork by some of this area’s most dynamic artists and educators in one location. The show is representative of the long-standing strengths of the Department’s programs focus on drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, metal arts, and ceramics.
September 16, 2016 - November 13, 2016
The art exhibit "Gráfica Transfronteriza" (The Cross-Border Graphics) is a group show that features the work of 15-20 Mexican and Mexican-American artists who explore their local, global, national and trans-national identity in order to talk about physical and symbolic territorial border crossing. This exhibition has been presented in Laredo, TX, Seattle, WA, and San Jose City College before coming to Folsom Lake College.
The exhibit is an initiative promoted by the Institute of Mexicans Abroad and the Mexican Foreign Ministry. The exhibition is part of the Art Festival "Barrio Roots", which originated in the community of Bell, southeast of Los Angeles as a binational forum where Mexican and Mexican-American artists sought to create a cross border dialogue. The artists explore their local, global and national identity, through street art and community murals.
FOLSOM ART ASSOCIATION MEMBERS SHOW
July 15, 2016 - September 11, 2016
The Folsom Arts Association (FAA) is a non-profit visual arts group whose objectives are to culturally enrich the Folsom community through multi-media exhibits, lecture series, outreach projects in schools, and to provide opportunities of support for the artistic talents of its members. The Folsom Arts Association is open to all artists and supporters living in the greater Folsom area.
Folsom Art Association's Members Show showcases some of the works of many of the talented artists living in the greater Folsom area.