The show will feature amazingly talented artists of Northern California. This event will also feature some cool artwork from both Short Center North and Short Center South. Those of you that aren't familiar with these DDSO programs; they are arts programs serving adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. I am looking forward to seeing what all of the artists have created for this event.
image "Bad Medicine" by Stephanie Skalisky
“Metamorphosis June/July 2018” high school senior art show and scholarship.
August/September 2018 group art show inspired by Art Nouveau.
Best in Show:
1st Place: “Exploit No More” by Kelly Wagner - Milwaukee, WI
2nd Place: “Bee Maiden” by Alayne Sahar - Ambler, PA
3rd Place: “Viva Frida” by Karen Barry - Moraga, CA
Mental discomfort never looked so good!
John Stuart Berger, Robert Bowen, Carrie Cottini, Tracy Lewis, and Taylor Robenalt
October + November
Featuring art works by Emerald Barkley, Elena Botts, Ivan Farmer, Bruce Gossett, & Douglas Pryor.
A diverse show that flows naturally from each end of the spectrum. Come see the delicate and ominous watercolors by Barkley, the emotional portraits by Botts, the layered designs found in Farmers art, the satirical graphic style of Gosset's paintings, and the skillfully chased copper and steel animals by Pryor.
image "Go Fast" by Bruce Gosset pictured above.
August + September
Shot Live for "Good Day Sacramento" on 8/24/17 Deuce Mason talks with Matt Lewis about TiNY MONSTERS, to view click here.
A national show featured over 90 pieces of 2d and 3d monsters and monster stuff. (MAX size 12" x 12" x 12")
Congratulations to: Best in show - THE INTRUDER by Ben Walker; 1st in 3d - INSIDE US by Eunsil Leem; 2nd in 3d - FIRST DATE by Alison Ye; 1st in 2d - GLOW IN THE DARK by PJ Mills; 2nd in 2d - GRETCHEN by Ryan Morse
Congratualtions to Glen Yamakawa the winner of the raffle of “The Evolution of the Pink Zebra did not go well!” by JoMur.
We had a wonderful time with Deuce Mason from Good Day Sacramento as he talks to Kevin Wilhite and Jim Marxen about "Trains, Planes & Automobiles please check out the video!
Painting by Jim Marxen pictured above.
April + May
Fauna Anomaly 2017
Back by popular demand is curated by John Stuart Berger. John who is known for his creepy crawlers and other curious creatures is also Program Director of Short Center North and has included several students and staff from the Short Center North along with many other exceptionally talented artists from Northern California. Featuring over 40 artists whose art ranges from the hauntingly beautiful to the grotesquely abnormal.
2016 October/November - Fables, Fairy Tales, Folktales, Legends, and Myths
Over 50 original works of art from local and national artists featuring their interpretation of a Fable, Fairy Tale, Folktales, Legend, or Myth.
image “Hello” by Andrew Ghiringhelli
2016 August/September - All about ‘LILY’
Fe Gallery’s Unauthorized/Unofficial Lily Tomlin Art Show
This group show will feature original art interpretations of “Lily Tomlin”. A wall of Lily photos, magazine covers, books, etc., and a video loop featuring photos, small video clips, audio stand-up of “Lily Tomlin”.
image by Camilo Valencia
Artists: Susan Ballenger, Tavarus Blackmon, Cindy Long, Daniel Mendoza, Eric Ryser, & Zsalto
Music by The Templetons
image by Zsalto
2016 March/April - Fauna Anomaly
Curated by John Stuart Berger, the annual Fauna Anomaly features over 40 artists whose unexpected art ranges from the hauntingly beautiful to the grotesqually abnormal.
image by Tracy Lewis
Artists: Chris K Foster, Marlene Kidd, Jim Marxen, Camille Singer, Madelyne Templeton, & Stephen Ward