Mirrors as a noun refers to a a reflecting surface that produces an image of whatever is in front of it. As a present tense verb, mirrors means to represent something honestly or to give a representation of something that is similar to something else.
The work in this exhibit explores both meanings and how language, culture, personal identity, politics, and customer are reflected in today’s culture.
YoloArts will be hosting Traditional Techniques: Contemporary Prints, featuring artwork from members of the California Society of Printmakers and TANA (Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanecer).
Pajaro Valley Arts invite all to their annual fundraising exhibition featuring 67 of Santa Cruz county’s most notable artists.
Open reception, Sunday January 27, 2-4pm. Closing reception & raffle, Sunday March 10, 2-4pm.
New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) and the California Society of Printmakers is pleased to present Thinking Outside the Frame, a juried group printmaking exhibition featuring works that fall outside of the realm of traditional printmaking, including large-scale prints, installation and book arts.
Opening Reception May 17, 6-8pm
Juror Cathy Kimball, Executive Director and Chief Curator, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art.