BC Space Gallery opens the new exhibition “Eye of the Beholder,” a two person show featuring the extraordinary visioning of Jo Babcock and Bruce Barton.
San Francisco-based photographer Babcock has taken the concept of the camera into a unique realm by creating camera obscuras out of unexpected objects and then using the object to record what the tools themselves might contemplate.
The drawings of Barton are a fitting compliment by employing the ultimate analog camera of the mind’s eye to reflect on the state of the world as he perceives it.
There will be an artists’ reception for “Eye of the Beholder” on the winter solstice, Sunday, Dec. 21, at sunset. Entertainment will be provided by poet John Gardiner and balladeer Mark Turnbull. The event is free to the public, but all are encouraged to bring food and drink to share with fellow celebrants at 235 Forest Ave.
Susi Q Invites Adornment Artists to Exhibit
Orange County makers of adornment art, of any age, are invited to bring their artwork for exhibition in Gallery Q from 3-5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 12 or from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Jan. 15.
Adornment artwork includes jewelry, scarves, quilts, decorated clothing, wall hangings, masks or yard and house art. All interpretations of adornment are welcome.
A free artist’s reception with beverages and light refreshments will take place from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Friday, January 23. Come adorned or arrive at 4 p.m. and let Gallery Q volunteers “adorn” you with free henna tattoos or exotic make up.
The exhibit at 380 Third St. will run through March 10.
- Hate speech that is racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic slurs, or calls for violence against a particular type of person.
- Obscenity and excessive cursing.
- Libelous language, whether or not the writer knows what they're saying is false.
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