Monthly Archives: March 2013

Opening Reception: External Combustion: Four Sacramento Sculptors

Meet artists Nathan Cordero, Julia Couzens, Chris Daubert, and Dave Lane, four of the Sacramento region’s most distinctive sculptors, and view their lively works and installations in this group exhibition guest curated by Renny Pritikin. Members Preview: 6-7:00 pm. Free.

Annual Members Picnic

Every year our members enjoy a beautiful day of hiking, music, art, food, and creativity at the Annual Members Picnic. This year, bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in di Rosa’s shaded Olive Grove with live music from Trio Soleá. Beer from Lagunitas Brewing Company, local wine from di Rosa’s cellar, and water from Whole Foods Market will be provided. Guests are invited to explore the galleries and Sculpture Meadow on their own, or join art talks and nature hikes throughout the day. Interactive art activities, including life drawing, are also offered. Free for members and their guests (number of guests is specified by level of membership).
 
This event is SOLD OUT. Contact Jen Ontiveros, Development Coordinator, at 707-226-5991 x17 or by email, to join the waiting list or change to your reservation.

 
See photos from the 2012 Members Picnic on our Flickr album.

External Combustion:Four Sacramento Sculptors

External_Combustion_webThis exhibition presents four of the Sacramento region’s most distinctive sculptors: Nathan Cordero, Julia Couzens, Chris Daubert, and Dave Lane. What these artists share is an uncompromising embrace of the conceptual tradition, creating works that reveal a rough-hewn beauty; a use of modest, found, or industrial materials; and an authoritative referencing of art history and contemporary culture. Guest curated by Renny Pritikin, former director and curator of the Nelson Gallery at UC Davis. read more
Image: Dave Lane, Bonfire Construction, 2013. Oakwilde Ranch, Valley Springs, CA. Courtesy of the artist.

Linda Connor: From Two Worlds

LindaConnor_webThis solo exhibition by photographer Linda Connor features two seemingly divergent bodies of work. Presented as large-scale photographs, some printed on silk, Dark Forces reveals Connor’s fascination with the time worn monasteries encountered in Tibet and Northern India. The Olson House, made famous by the American painter Andrew Wyeth, is a portfolio of quiet and haunting images of interior spaces and landscapes devoid of human presence. Guest curated by Anne Veh. read more
Image: Linda Connor, Library of Prayer Books, Ladakh, India, 2007. Archival pigment print, 30 x 40 in. Courtesy of the artist.