Reception Set for Fine Oil Painter

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Ferrial’s “Pomegranates and Aqua Bowl” is part of the Artist Eye exhibition.
Ferrial’s “Pomegranates and Aqua Bowl” is part of the Artist Eye exhibition.

Artist Eye Laguna Gallery will feature a collection of fine art paintings by local artist, Ferrial Nassirzadeh, and hosts an artist reception from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, April 12.

The April 1-30 exhibit at 1294-A So. Coast Highway showcases Ferial’s style, which   harkens back to the traditional Dutch Masters.

 

 

 

 

Big Winners Show Off Small Works

Art That’s Small at City Hall winners Ben Desoto, Anthony Salvo and Carolyn Machado will be present at a reception and award ceremony at City Hall, 505 Forest Ave., on Friday April 4 from 5-6:30 p.m.

The contest was juried by Laguna Art Museum’s curator Janet Blake, Laguna College of Art + Design gallery director Andrea Harris-McGee, and Festival of Arts’ exhibitor and board member Tom Lamb.

CAP Board Members Show Their Stuff

A sample from the CAP exhibition, opening this month at Well Fargo.
A sample from the CAP exhibition, opening this month at Well Fargo.

Community Art Projects board members Julita Jones and Pat Whiteside’s works will be on exhibit at the Banking on Art Gallery, second floor Wells Fargo, 260 Ocean Ave. until June 15.  A reception will take place on Saturday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

CAP is also introducing their new concept of juried one-person, retrospective and group exhibits.  Artists may apply for future shows at: caplaguna.org/ Banking on Art.

 

 

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