Call for PAL Artists
Coming in January!
“Imagination Expressed 2021” at Museum on Main
Show Dates: Wednesday, January 13 – Saturday, March 6
Registration: Due by Monday, January 4
Museum on Main (MOM) has closed it’s doors again to visitors due to Alameda County being Purple Tier in the CoVid pandemic. The PAL and MOM Show Prospectus, Application and Show Labels originally available here are no longer available. Please check back here for the latest news.
Receiving: Monday, January 11
Show Opening: Wednesday, January 13
Take down and pick up Saturday March 6 and Sunday March 7
Information: email@example.com, phone 925 640-3086
PAL’s Members Online Show is up!
To view the Show go to Exhibits & Events.
PAL Show Dates in 2020
- Members’ Show at the Firehouse, November 22 to December 30 2020 – A virtual event.
- December 2020 Mixed Media Exhibit, Month of December, 2020 – All 2020 displays at the Robert Livermore Community Center have been cancelled.
Bankhead Theater Gallery is Now Open and there is an opportunity to have a small number of artists selling works during the holiday season. firstname.lastname@example.org
Paint Winter Scenes on the Bankhead windows for the “Jump Start the Arts” campaign of the LCAC and I’m seeking volunteers to help paint. Contact email@example.com
Shelter in Place Exhibit at Bothwell: Artists Response from the Homefront Artists. How are you responding to the COVID-19 pandemic? We are seeking works of art that are being created during the Shelter in Place order – your thoughts on the world, your thoughts on this space and time. What are your creative coping strategies for dealing with this changing world? Works of art in any medium will be displayed at the Bothwell Arts Center, Livermore, at an as-yet-unknown date. Deadline to submit will be two weeks after the lifting of the Shelter-in-Place order in California. Prospectus and more details at www.Bothwell.lepac.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in Plein Air Painting? We are lucky to have a Jade Fon plein air painting group in this area that continues the tradition started by famous California painter, Jade Fon Woo. This group meets regularly most Saturdays at pre-arranged locations throughout the Bay Area and is open to all. Contact Becky Davies at email@example.com for confirmation or to join the group.
Jade Fon (1911-1983): The founder of a well-known watercolor workshop in Asilomar, California, Jade Fon became a California plein-air painter whose work combined Oriental influences and regionalism called “California Style.” His subjects range from cityscapes to wildlife in natural surroundings. He initiated plein-air painting classes and groups wherever he lived, and we are the lucky recipients of his tradition in our area. He was born in San Jose, California, was raised in Winslow, Arizona, and attended the University of Arizona at Flagstaff before continuing his higher education at the University of New Mexico. In the 1930s, he moved back to California where he attended the Art Students League in Los Angeles and exhibited with the California Water Color Society. In the art world, he was called “Jade Fon”, although his full name was Jade Fon Woo.