Art Place and New Faces– July 29
sorensdale recreation center - 275 goodwin street // hayward, california
Harambee Community Services in collaboration with The Harder Tennyson Area of Hayward is proud to present an exhibition of artistic works from adults and youth, with and without disabilities. Featured are group murals and individual paintings that share the diverse creativity of the artists. Now we would like to share them with you.
R.S.V.P by emailing - [email protected]
For more information call 510 599 0313
Refreshments will be served.
Art Places and New Faces is a program supported by a grant from The San Francisco Foundation
In support of our artists, each piece of art will have a suggested donation. Come early to submit your bid.
Vignettes, at Creative Growth— June 29-Sept 2
June 29 - September 2, 2017
Exhibition Opening: Thursday, June 29
Members' Preview: 11am-2pm
Main Event: 5pm-8pm
with Live Music by DJ MeGlow
Bar + SnacksAn entire world can be conjured with a series of brief expressions, a group of distilled moments, or a succession of brush stokes. In Vignettes, Creative Growth presents discrete bodies of work that provide a glimpse of something larger. We invite you to enter the narratives, discover the characters, and explore the ideas evoked by Creative Growth artists Joseph Alef, Rosena Finister, Rosa Giron, Zina Hall, John Hiltunen, Franna Lusson, John Martin, Laura Jo Pierce, William Tyler, Ron Veasey, Alice Wong, and Ying Ge Zhou.
Ying Ge Zhou and Ron Veasey each produce impressionistic portraits. Over her lucid line drawings of fashionable persons, Ying Ge’s watercolors bleed and mingle as if still in motion; the dynamic characters are just barely captured by the artist’s hand. The glances between the boldly depicted beings in Ron Veasey’s paintings pull the viewer into their lives. With each piercing gaze, side-eyed glance, or a flippant smile, a story is revealed.
Working in abstract mode, Laura Jo Pierce’s large-scale pastel text-scapes and Joseph Alef’s frenetic fields of color create impressions of shifting atmospheres and complex moods.
Other artists work in series. Like frames of a film, an idea is developed in the relationship of parts to a whole. Using a found flipbook and applying her characteristically vibrant swathes of paint, Alice Wong increasingly abstracts a banal moment in the life of designer Valentino while William Tyler iterates and re-iterates flags, figures, and forms, implying each still scene is but one moment in a world unto itself.
On the Ramp: Charles Smith
For the first time, Charles Smith, whose surrealist work blends scenes and figures from popular culture in different settings, will be featured on the ramp.
More information: http://www.creativegrowth.org/exhibitions/vignettes/?mc_cid=188100ddb8&mc_eid=a20eb3f2b6