Firehouse Arts Center News
Firehouse Arts Center and the Harrington Gallery, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton are temporarily closed. Harrington Gallery Phone is 925 931-4849. Check their website for possible changes to their schedule. www.firehousearts.org.
The Nancy Thompson Memorial Wall (PAL Wall) is closed along with the Firehouse. Please look forward to a rotating display of PAL Artist art when it reopens
Art in Place:
Visit the Harrington Gallery Virtual Show Art in Place firehousearts.org/gallery/art-in-place/
LAA “New Dawn Virtual Show”, February 25 to March 31, 2021 https://livermoreartassociation.org/new-dawn.
New Dawn Secured a Whopping Number of Entries! Are you ready for this? LAA’s very first virtual art show, New Dawn, has resulted in an avalanche of entries from artists in the Tri-Valley and beyond. 85 artists entered 223 absolutely stunning pieces of 2D & 3D artwork in a wide variety of visual art media: Oils, Watercolor, Acrylic, Pastel, Quilling, Paper Mache, Mixed Media, Photography, Printing & Drawings, Linocut, Wood turning, Egg Tempera, Fiber, Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Glass, and more. Our online submission limit had maxed out by 6:00 pm on the last day, February 15th, and we continued to receive email submissions until midnight. Artists from Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, Tracy, San Ramon, Danville, Fremont, Moraga, Stockton, Oakley, Clayton, Modesto, Turlock, San Jose, Belmont and San Francisco are taking part. We have heard from many artists that have been eager to showcase their work; many haven’t been able to do so for more than a year.
The show will be live from February 25 to March 31 on LAA’s website. The majority of the artwork is for sale in LAA’s online store https://livermoreartassociation.org/online-store. Stop by, you won’t want to miss this!
Artists were looking for the opportunity to show and sell. It has taken a small but dedicated team of volunteers to turn this possibility into reality. Thank you Christine Watters, Craig Varden and Joyce Moulden for supporting me with your experience, expertise and guidance.
Meghana Mitragotri, New Dawn Show Chair
Usha Shukla: I am participating in the new art exhibition at Bankhead Theater, “Sketches in Code, Randomness & Patterns in Science and Art.” This thought-provoking experience explores the math and science that lie behind everyday patterns in nature. Sketches in Code was developed in partnership with the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center. Using code to create art using mathematical formulas, organic artwork is created interactively and displayed on a monitor, alongside fine art paintings showing patterns and randomness. February 12 to May 2. Bankhead Theater Gallery 2400 First Street, Livermore.
Art Exhibit at the Bankhead Theater Gallery, “Sketches in Code: Randomness & Patterns in Science and Art”. Open Fridays 2-6, Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Masks required, limited entry. Bankhead Theater, 2400 First Street, Livermore.
The Yosemite Tapestries and Preserving Our Wilderness exhibition opens April 1 to 30. Nine large panels by Miriam McNitt (1917-2002) will be featured in the main gallery during this open exhibition. Contact Linda Knoll at email@example.com or 209 247-2626. Mistlin Gallery is online at ccaagallery.org and @ccaagallery on Instagram and facebook.
Alamo Danville Artists’ Society Blackhawk Gallery opens a new exhibit “Fasination” featuring one guest artist and over 30 member artists. Guest artist Jake Edwards will exhibit his metal sculptures. The Blackhawk Gallery is located at 3416 Blackhawk Plaza Circle in Danville. The exhibit will be on view Wednesday through Sunday from Friday March 26th through Saturday July 3rd. The Exhibit is free and open to the public.
April is Tracy Arts Month – Schedule of Events & Information: https://atthegrand.org/special-events/tracy-arts-month/.
Arts Benicia, “Art of a Community”- the Talents of Members, February 6 to April 11, 2021. 991 Tyler Street #114, Benicia. firstname.lastname@example.org 707 747-0131.
LAA Gallery News
LAA Gallery is Now Open Weekends! Saturdays 11:30 to 3:30 and Sundays 10:00 to 2:00. We have 20 artists which includes painters, jewelers, glass and ceramic artists, photographers, a quilling artist, and a glass blower. There is a large variety of notecards and tote bags. Everything is produced locally by LAA members. If you haven’t been in the Gallery for awhile, come and see us! Upstairs in the Carnegie Building, 2155 3rd Street, Livermore. 925 449-9927.
LAA Gallery On-Line Store: www.LivermoreArtAssociation.org – Go to Online Store Button on far right of menu and check out all the beautiful art and gifts! Curbside Pickup will be arranged