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||Patricia Prescott Sueme
Thank you to our talented artists and treasured friends and clients who joined us Friday night for our one and only artist demos of the summer! We had a blast and hope you all did, too!
If you missed the big event, mark your calendar’s NOW for August 11th, when we’ll be joined by 2 local jewelry artisans for a mini trunk show! Plus, we’ll be serving wine and gourmet cheeses while you explore all the new goodies from Joanna Craft and Elizabeth Nadler! Enjoy a night of Classic Rock preformed by The Others, part of Enderle Center’s Summer Concert Series. It all happens Friday, August 11th, 5-8pm… See you there!
In the meantime, take a gander at some of the pictures from Friday night’s festivities…
More photos coming soon on our Facebook page! Keep your peepers peeled!
Contemplate all that is zen with John Maxon‘s EIGHT wonderful new canvases! This talented northern California artist recently graced us with his presence and these long-awaited presents. Mid-sized to large-scale, John’s latest artworks put the “POW” in “peacefully POWerful!”
From a young age, John’s artistic talent was encouraged and nurtured through classes and independent study. In graduate school at UC Davis, he learned firsthand the amount of dedication and vision it would take to pursue a life of art from instructors Roy DeForest, William T. Wiley and Wayne Thiebaud. Their stellar influence, coupled with the art movement of the San Francisco Bay area in the late 1960s and early 1970s set John on his path to becoming a full-time artist.
Vibrant in color and composition, John’s work is reminiscent of the landscape as seen from above. Vineyards, waterways and avian life also feature in his richly-hued paintings. A sense of space and harmony is translated through his masterful brushstrokes. Time spent in New Mexico inspired new visions and palettes, reflective of the region’s dramatic light and form. Back in California, John paints and meditates (for hours) daily, infusing his canvases with his free-flowing manner and practice of mindfulness.
We have represented John for more than 20 years and feel fortunate to share his work with you. View all of John’s evocative artwork online by clicking this link, or see them in person at Chemers Gallery!
THANK YOU to all who came to show your support of the arts last Saturday night! Not only were you sharing the joy of Orange County’s vibrant art scene depicted in our 10th annual juried exhibit, The heART of Orange County, you also were among the first to know TACFA‘s 17th annual Broadway in the Park production!! Hint: If you missed it, don’t worry, the sun will come out…tomorrow… That’s right, it’s Annie!!
THANK YOU to our talented artists, our thoughtful jurors, our wonderful volunteers and our treasured guests! We love and appreciate each and every one of you! THANK YOU to Chance Theater for your inspired musical performance during the big reveal! HUGE thanks to TACFA and Enderle Center for helping to sponsor this heARTful annual happening!!
If you missed the opening weekend or you want to take another look, the show will be hung through May 6th.
Plus, don’t forget about our heARTful happenings, Saturdays during the show…
Saturday, April 29th 2:30pm & 4:00pm
*Special Dance Performance by Tustin Dance Center
Saturday, May 6th 1 – 5pm
*1st place winners (all categories) of TACFA’s Student Art Invitational on display
*Artist demos with the following artists from our juried show:
Here are a few pictures from the festivities…
For more event photographs, be sure to visit our Facebook album!