Peter Voulkos (1924-2002) was Greek-American abstract expressionist who made ceramic sculptures that blurred the lines between fine art and craft.
February 26-September 5, 2011
Opening Celebration: Friday, February 25
The public has a right to art. Art is for everybody.
I’ve been anticipating this for months! Keith Haring ranks among the most iconic, influential and popular artists in the world. Nearly twenty years after his death, this historic exhibition of rarely exhibited early work examines the prolific years that established Haring’s language as an artist, his politics and social conscience.
Ed Ruscha is an American artist associated with the Pop Art movement. He works in various mediums, including film, painting, printmaking, photography, and drawing. He achieved recognition for paintings incorporating words and phrases and for his many photographic books, all influenced by the deadpan irreverence of the Pop Art movement. Ruscha’s textual, flat paintings have been linked with both the Pop Art movement and the Beat Generation.
We need VOLUNTEERS to team up with a child to create art pieces for the exhibit.
All of the proceeds earned from the Art Exhibit will benefit the Kids Center which works with children with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, etc.
We Need Your Help!!!
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Since 1959, the Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies has been helping children with special needs. Each week we see over 300 children facing challenges such as autism, Down syndrome, spina bifida, and cerebral palsy. We help these children and their families discover the ability in disability.
Mika Kato paints portraits of doll-like figures with close-cropped frames. At first glance, the dolls appear flawless and remote, but tiny details reveal how stylized their beauty actually is. In Gossamer, a circular scab can be found in the doll’s freshly plucked eyebrows. Can you find the other flaws?