April 7th at 7:30pm
Resistance couture, Burning Man Outrageousness – Micki Flatmo transitions from the canvas to clothing with bravura. The rich colors of ceramicist Naja Tepe’s work contrast with the outlines of flowers and leaves on her vibrant and functional tableware.
April 14th at 7:30pm
Laura Muñoz is a theater maker whose thought is movement. Colleen Clifford makes stained glass windows in her Manila studio.
April 21st at 7:30pm
Dynamic, insightful, fierce and frolicsome – DeOrio works emotions into a tapestry of movement and meaning. Famed water colorist Alan Sanborn works with discipline in a medium that appears spontaneous, but requires patience and skill.
April 28th at 7:30pm
Blake Reagan’s vivid colors and nature-inspired designs brighten up the urban landscape. Julian Lang is a Karuk elder, cultural steward, teacher, and painter. His imagist painting also features Karuk words and phrases, keeping the language alive and present.
May 5th at 7:30pm
Inspired by Japanese art and incorporating found ephemera into her pieces, Annette Makino writes her own haiku and haiga, creating her own brand of whimsical, wise, and engaging works. Lori Goodman’s spare, textured works invite the gaze inside as the structures fold around the viewer.
May 12th at 7:30pm
Theresa Stanley uses scraps of paper to layer memory and meaning. Dave Zdrazil digs his own clay from the Humboldt County land. Although grounded in tradition, his works are modern and provoking in form.
May 19th at 7:30pm
Gina Tuzzi’s socially conscious work confronts the viewer’s gaze with bold statements in color and composition. Graphics which fuse comic book impact with the vivaciousness of graffiti and street art, Sonny Wong’s murals startle and amuse.
May 26th at 7:30pm
Lush Newton walked away from a corporate design job to find her place in the art world. Jenna Catsos is the artist behind Pen & Pine, the popular design studio. Her clean yet quirky pen line is seen on everything from mugs to murals.
June 2nd at 7:30pm
Pat Garcia works primarily in black and white to create stunning portraits and haunting landscapes. Topher Reynolds is famous for his marbles. Each one is a miniature galaxy that you can hold in your hand.
June 9th at 7:30pm
Marceau Verdiere’s internationally shown oil paintings are moody and imbued with layers of saturated pigment. Silver walks the landscape collecting mud and earths to incorporate into her work. Suffused with a longing for connection, her pieces hover between earth and sky.