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Friends of the Harris Center Art Exhibition

May 18 - July 15, 2018

Artist Mosaic

Holi Colors (metal print) by David J. Grenier, Study of Hands (watercolor) by Doris Gibson, Summer Harvest (photography) by Suzanne Hambleton.

The Bank of America Gallery will feature a special fundraising exhibition of art works by 23 members of the Friends of Harris Center Art Association, May 18 through July 15, 2018. The exhibition will feature a diverse range of works, including photography, jewelry, painting, ceramics and textiles. There will be a public reception for the artists from 5:30 7:30 pm on Friday, May 18. All proceeds from the sale of the art work on exhibit will be donated directly to the Harris Center for the Arts by the individual artists.

Annual FLC Student Art Show

March 23 - May 13, 2018

Artist Mosaic

The Annual Student Art Show features various artworks created by FLC students. A diverse range of media from drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and metal arts is exhibited. The show represents the wide range of styles and techniques by beginning and advanced level students guided by FLC Visual Arts faculty, exemplifying the strong foundation each student receives while pursuing their visual arts studies at Folsom Lake College.

3rd Biennial Area High School Art Show

January 19 - March 18, 2018

Artist Mosaic

This exhibition displays art works from Folsom Lake College’s service area. Featuring works by students from Cordova High School, El Dorado High School, Folsom High School, Golden Sierra High School, Ponderosa High School, Union Mine High School, and Vista del Lago High School.

The Photography of Wayne Olts, 1968-2018

November 17, 2017 - January 14, 2018

Artist Mosaic

Above: Photographs by Wayne Olts.

This exhibit focuses primarily on Olts’ work over the last three summers with the Nez Perce Indians of eastern Oregon and Idaho. It includes photographs, maps, text panels, and quotes that tell the story of the history of the dramatic events of the war of 1877 and also celebrates the vibrant contemporary ceremonial world of the Nez Perce.
Other segments of the exhibit serve as a retrospective of his work over the past fifty years. From 1968-71 Olts lived among the Ngoni tribe in Malawi, Central Africa while serving in the Peace Corps. The images he recorded of the Ngoni are strikingly similar in content and focus as those of the Nez Perce, although from a very different culture on the other side of the world.

17th Annual Folsom Lake College Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition

September 15 - November 12, 2017

Artist Mosaic

Clockwise from top-left: "Single Vase" by Brian Hayes, "Concealing and Revealing" by Heike Schmid, "Sandy" by Talver Germany, "Rostro I" by Marisa Sayago.

The Annual Visual Arts Faculty exhibition provides students, colleagues, and visitors a glimpse into the creative and professional work of Folsom Lake College art faculty members. The participating artists include Talver Germany, Aleris Hart, Brian Hayes, Eunyoung Hwang, Marisa Sayago, Heike Schmid, and Margaret Welty.
The exhibition gives visitors an ideal opportunity to view artworks by these educators and local area artists in one location. The art show is representative of the multi-faceted programs in the Visual Arts Department, which include drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, and metal arts.

El Dorado Hills Arts Association Member Show

July 14 - September 10, 2017

Artist Mosaic

Clockwise from top-left: "Big Sur Coastline" by Carol Clark, "Bonnieux Blues" by Boni Canning, "Three of a Kind" by Barbie Smith, "The Chase" by Lynne Edwards.

The El Dorado Hills Arts Association fosters and promotes the development and appreciation of the arts in El Dorado Hills and bordering communities. We offer an annual scholarship to graduating local high school students who are pursuing art related careers, and coordinate and promote local art projects and events.

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