Pacific Art League

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Artist pickup: Thursday, May 30th and Friday May 31st (10-4pm)

Into the Wild| May 3 - 30, 2019

Join us on Friday, May 3rd (5:30-8pm) for the opening reception of PAL's May Exhibition, “Into the Wild”. This wine and cheese opening reception is free to the public.

“Into the Wild: Landscape Exhibition” | Main Gallery

Juror: Sukey Bryan (www.sukeybryan.com)

Winners: 1st: Ute Kuschnereit, “Sand and Rocks”; 2nd: Fiorenza Gorini, “Breaking Waves”; 3rd: Lissa Starnes, “Portals Folktale, Carmel Valley”

Participating Artists: Azita Gandjei, Brandin Barón, Catharine Zander, Catherine Daley, Connie Lee, Denise Elliott, Diane Warner-Wang, Fiorenza Gorini, Germaine De Luca, Igor Pilawski, Jason Tse, Judy Kramer, Larry Calof, Lissa Starnes, Marj Green, Patricia Jones, Paul Ransohoff, Rachel Dwan, Robert Zucker, Robin Apple, Tetiana Taganska, Tom Green, Ute Kuschnereit and Zlata Rabinovich


“Halcyon Teed Retrospective” | Studio One

Teaching for over 20 years at Pacific Art League, Halcyon Teed holds a Bachelor of Science in Fine Art and a Certificate in Art Education from Skidmore College. She has studied at the Cushing Academy and the Sharon Art Center and apprenticed with Sidney F. Willis in New Hampshire. Her work has won “Best of Show,” Horable Mention or special recognition in many shows. She is a member of Pastel Society of the West Coast, Carmichael, CA; Society of Western Artist, San Bru, CA; Oil Painters of America, Chicago, IL among others. Halcyon has many publications to her credit. 

"My goal in painting is to combine the French academic tradition of fine draftsmanship with the lovely observed color of objects influenced by natural light as perfected by the impressionists. There is no reason for muddy or grey coloring. The beautiful subtleties of color in nature deserve to be rendered faithfully. These color variations in painting make the difference between a good painting and an excellent one.  As well as lovely coloring, good pictorial design is a must in every painting whether it is a still life or landscape. Good design is a fundamental of painting  just as much as strong value contrast of light to dark to create a complete work of art. To me, Johannes Vermeer's paintings are the perfection of this ideal."

See more at www.halcyonhteed.com


"Anécdotas de México” by David Coleman Photography & Workshops | Central Gallery

This exhibit showcases the work of fourteen accomplished visual storytellers as they share their stories with their images from three recent photography workshops to San Miguel de Allende, Oaxaca and Palenque, Mexico