El Sobrante Art Guild
NOVEMBER 18 --DECEMBER 24 EL SOBRANTE ART GUILD'S HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE
In the spirit of the upcoming Holiday Season, the El Sobrante Art Guild invites all to it's annual Holiday Arts and Crafts sale. The Art Guild's Holiday Boutique will be open from November 18th to December 24th,11:00 AM to 7:00 PM daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, The Holiday Boutique will be located at 3500 "B" Klose Way, Richmond, next to Party City. Come view, enjoy and purchase items designed and created by our talented artists.
Ten percent of all sales goes to art education in West Contra Costa County.
The donation ticket drawing will have many prizes, including 4 Disneyland Resort One Day Park Hopper Tickets.
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Chappaqua Family Collection
The Chappaqua Family Collection is a trove of more than 100 rugs from the Second Golden Age of Persian Weaving (ca. 1800 to ca. 1910). This privately-held and assembled collection was acquired from the estate of a prominent East Coast family which had residences in Manhattan, Chappaqua, NY, and on the coast of Maine. It was assembed primarily in the mid-20th century and consists of pieces dating to the early 1800s. It is widely-considered one of the three most important private collections of first-calibre rugs to come to market in the 21st century.
Mixed Up Media III - 1030 Art Group
The 1030 Art Group is comprised of 12 mid-career and emerging Bay Area artists who are pushing the boundaries between digital and traditional arts by using a wide variety of techniques including photography, sculpture, painting, textiles, mathematics, collage, software and alternative printing surfaces. We are proud to present our third show at Berkeley’s vibrant community art space, The Subterranean Art House.
The third exhibit in this four-part show features Tana Lehr, Yoni Mayeri, and Joanna Ruckman. Tana Lehr investigates dense and complex graphic patterning, exploring her fascination with industrial systems and forms that expose a juxtaposition of communicative flow and an intricate visual microcosm. Yoni Mayeri shows a new series of work as a Glass Explorer taken with Google Glass, a wearable technology. In this series she explores portraits taken with the unique perspective offered through Glass, of people discovering the technology and an ongoing series of People On Devices. Joanna Ruckman presents her ongoing series of commissioned portraiture. In this work she collages traditional photography’s power to capture candid momentary expression, with the limitless possibilities of the digital canvas to create a context for that moment in the realm of imagination.
November 22, 2013 to January 5, 2014 (call for hours)
RECEPTION Friday, November 22, 2013 5:30-9:00pm
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