Join us for the opening reception of a new exhibition at YoloArts’ Barn Gallery in Woodland! Vibrant Exploration: Works in Representational Abstraction, brings together a diverse group of artists and a collection of artwork intertwining the recognizable with the abstract, creating an exciting and unexpected visual experience.
Artists in the show: Rachelle Agundes, Brett Amory, Omar Thor Arason, Tavarus Blackmon, Serena Cole, John Yoyogi Fortes, Ramona Garcia, and Manuel Fernando Rios.
Work includes oil and acrylic paintings, ink and watercolor, and a mixed media installation.
The public is invited to attend this FREE event which will feature music, light refreshments and Yolo County wines.
This exciting exhibition has been curated by Omar Thor Arason, Adjunct Professor of Art at CSU Sacramento and Sierra College, and Manuel Fernando Rios, Associate Professor of Art, Woodland Community College. The two art educators are artists and longtime friends, and have collaborated on two-person exhibitions, sharing ideas and inspiration throughout the years. Both artists are highly involved in art communities that range from Sacramento to the Bay Area, and were inspired to ask the highly talented artists in those communities to participate in this exhibition. The curators admire the work of all the artists, and note that they share a common aesthetic in these visual expressions.
Regular open hours of The Barn Gallery are: Wednesdays and Thursdays 2:30-5 p.m. Alternate Saturdays 12:30-3pm. And by Appt.
The Barn Gallery is located at 512 Gibson Road in Woodland. For more information contact YoloArts at 530-309-6464 or email@example.com.
Image: Rough Patch, Oil on canvas, Rachelle Agundes
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Barn Gallery 512 Gibson Road, Woodland, CA. 95695
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