Art Center Gallery
Student Show

America's ClayFest III Student show is being held at the Art Center Gallery 580 6th Street Lincoln, CA from April 17th - May 30th. The Art Center hours are 11 - 3 Wednesday - Saturday. Don't miss this fantastic show.

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Art Center Gallery
GMcB Photography

These photos were taken at Gladding McBean during Gene Kennedy’s Photo Workshops over the last 20 years. The photographer’s included in the display are: David Robertson, Patrick Jewell, Ron Parker, Judith Molle, Judy Yemma and Bill Szabo

 
Blue Line Arts - Roseville
Open Show

America's ClayFest III Open Show is being held at the Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA . 405 Vernon Street. The Gallery hours are Tuesday and Thursday 11 - 5, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 11 -3. Don't Miss this international show. This years show includes art from 41 states and 5 countries.

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Transportation Art
Transportation Art

The Art League of Lincoln is seeking submissions of works from visual artists for exhibition at the Art Gallery of Lincoln in June 2015. This is a unique opportunity to exhibit your original art works showing mechanical means of transportation as the subject matter, planes, train, cars, trucks, boats and ships. Artists, arts professionals, and art enthusiasts from our area will jury the submissions.

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Student Art
Student Art

“Hero” by Lincoln High School 11th-grader Rachel Sprague is one of more than 50 photographs currently being shown at the Art League of Lincoln’s 580 Sixth St. gallery. “I have a friend who is a fire chief, and that’s why I decided to take photos of the fire hose,” explained Sprague. “It’s fun to have my work somewhere other than my house."

Student Art
Student Art

“Ripple”, a photograph by Lincoln High School 10th grader Sarah Batenburg is one of more than 50 selections currently on display in the Art League of Lincoln’s 580 Sixth St. Spotlight Gallery. Batenburg recalled, “I was walking around my pool in the morning and I happened to look at the pool and noticed the reflection of the palm trees. Given how abstract it is, you can still tell what it is. That’s what I like about it."

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