The new exhibit “Bouquets,” is on display through April 9 inside the Wells Fargo Bank, 260 Ocean Ave., featuring artwork of flowers, fields and bouquets. The public is welcome to join the artists for a free reception on Saturday, Jan. 30 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Mediums presented include paintings, drawings, mixed media and sculpture created by Festival of Arts artists, said exhibit curator Pat Sparkuhl.
Gallery Hosts Two Winter Shows
A double exhibition with works by Dennis McNett and Kati Williams runs through Feb. 14 at The Artists Republic Gallery, 1175 S. Coast Highway. The show features Williams’ oil paintings alongside McNett’s intricate wood carvings.
On Feb. 20 the gallery welcomes San Francisco illustrator Velia de Iullis for her first solo show.
Cove Presents its Artist of the Month
The Cove Gallery, 1492 S. Coast Highway, invites the public to meet their February artist of the month, Sheryl Sauer, during Art Walk on Thursday, Feb. 4 from 6-9 p.m.
Sauer’s works are abstract designs in acrylics and mixed media, illustrating her love of color, energy, motion, quiet, joy and positive vibrations.
Young Gallerist Opens Shop
Jake Seidel, 24, has opened Red Matter, a new gallery on South Coast Highway in the HIP district. After graduation from high school, the Corona del Mar resident joined his mother in making glass and crystal artwork, while studying business in college.
They created Theresa Seidel Designs and sold art nationwide and at tradeshows, he said.
Using techniques taught by his mother, Seidel now also adds his own artistic twist to works, such as animal skulls.
Red Matter, 1848 S. Coast Highway, will be open for first Thursday’s Art Walk, Feb. 4 from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.
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