The Clay and Glass exhibit, on display January 26 - March 1, 2013, featured a dazzling display of blown, stained, and mixed media glass works, in addition to hand-built and wheel-thrown ceramics. This diverse exhibition featured functional, conceptual, and installation art.
In partnership with Watercolor West International, the Gallery hosted the 44th annual exhibit October 13 – December 16, 2012. Juror Karen Frey selected 100 works from over 1,000 entries for the exhibit.
This exhibit of tiny proportions was on display June 2 - July 13, 2012. Encompassing all mediums including glass, paintings, ceramics, tilt shift photography, miniature sculptures, craft and jewelry, fascinated the viewer with small works of art from invited artists.
On display March 24 - May 4, 2012, this exhibit will highlighted artwork of all genres made by artists who live and work in the great Golden State. Guest Juror, Rebecca Morse, Associate Curator at MOCA Los Angeles, selected 80 works of art from about 600 statewide entries.
Watercolor West, the pinnacle of traditions in transparent watercolor, sets a high bar for watercolor excellence. Over 100 paintings were on display October 15 - December 18, 2011, selected from over 1,400 entries from around the world, and over $10,000 in prizes are awarded to this prestigious collection of artworks.
The Gallery paired-up with the LA Printmaking Society to co-sponsor this exhibition, on display June 4 - July 15, 2011, featuring fine art printmaking entries juried from LAPS’ members. With over 500 members worldwide, this exhibition featured an expansive number of print techniques including engravings, woodcuts, linocuts, etchings and lithographs.
On display March 26 – May 6, 2011 this Made in California exhibit highlighted a diverse sampling of current trends in painting, sculpture, photography and installation art from across our Golden State. This exhibit's juror, Sinéad Finnerty-Pyne, Curator from the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, selected about 80 works of art to be on display.
This 3-dimensional exhibit was on display January 22 – March 4, 2011 showcasing some of the finest clay and glass artwork in the country. Co-sponsored with the Association of Clay and Glass Artists, (ACGA) they solicited and juried over 400 fine art clay and glass entries from across the United States, selecting the 80 best pieces for the show.
Watercolor West, the pinnacle of traditions in transparent watercolor, sets a high bar for watercolor excellence. Over 100 paintings were on display October 9 - December 19, 2010, selected from over 1,400 entries from around the world, and over $10,000 in prizes are awarded to this prestigious collection of artworks.
This exhibit, on display August 7 - September 10, 2010, examined the impact of surfing and skateboarding on contemporary society through artifacts and art. The inspirations from surfing and skateboarding weave themselves through the intersections of fashion and art.
When ordinary objects become art. Artists are adept at seeing not only beauty and meaning, but purpose beyond the surface of the every day. Common objects find a new purpose, discarded materials are recycled and reused, in other words Upcycling into Art. This exhibit was at the Brea Art Gallery June 5 - July 9, 2010.
On display August 12 – September 21, 2007, this exhibit came together through the process of selecting one artist, who then selected a second artist, who in turn selected a third artist and the process continued in this manner until the entire exhibition was selected.
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