Gallery Exhibits Contrasting Works

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An example ofCarolyn Machado's work.
An example ofCarolyn Machado’s work.

A new exhibit, “Contrasts,” featuring pieces from assemblage artist Carolyn Machado and printmaker Yoonsook Ryang, runs through April 9 at the foaSouth gallery.

The gallery, a collaboration between Festival of the Arts and Active Culture, is open daily until 9 p.m. at 1006 S. Coast Highway.

Machado, a 25-year Festival of Arts exhibitor, creates assemblages with recycled materials.

 

Yoonsook Ryang's work.
Yoonsook Ryang’s work.

Ryang, a six-year exhibitor, was born and raised in Korea and moved to the United States in 1969.

“The contrasts between these artworks make for a very stimulating and thought provoking exhibit,” said curator Pat Sparkuhl.

 

 

 

 

 

Correction:

An article about the foaSouth exhibit included an incorrect photo caption in the Feb. 5 edition. The image was of Yoonsook Ryang’s artwork “Bold Tree Trunk I.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personal Passages Opens at Avran

Steve Perrault’s acrylic landscape paintings will be featured in a solo exhibit at Avran Art + Design, 540 S. Coast Highway, from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13.

The works express harmonious environments allowing for moments of introspection.

 

Photo: An example of Parrault’s modern landscapes.

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