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Juror Leisa Austin, Imago Galleries

Opening Receptions May 7th and June 4th 6-10pm

May 7– June 11, 2016

 


Bethany Taylor

 

Art is a language. Throughout history, from illuminated manuscripts of antiquity to modern political posters, artists have incorporated text into art and vice versa. The juxtaposition of word and image creates a cumulative effect that can convey a pointed political message, make a cultural or social statement, or simply mystify the eye. Words themselves can be works of art, whether used for their literal meaning, their symbolic value, or their visual properties when printed or written. Images have power, and so do words. Together…
 
The pieces in this exhibition represent the work of numerous artists both local and from across the country. The theme is text. The artwork explores the possibilities of the marriage of words and images using myriad media and materials: sculpture, photography, tapestry, collage, book art, video, fabric, and even ice. One piece is written in Braille and designed to be touched.
 
The guest juror for this exhibition, who selected the pieces, is Leisa Austin, owner of Imago Galleries, one of the West Coast’s premier art galleries.

 

 


Dafna Steinberg-Cabbage

 

 

 

Accepted Artists:

Eva Andry, Victoria Ayres, Mariona Barkus, Joseph Begnaud, Gar Benedick, Richard Bohn, Chuka Susan Chesney, Erik Deerly, Ludmil Dimitrov, Carolyn Doucette, Elizabeth Dove, James Doyle, Suzanne Firstenberg, Rachel Fry, Sandra Gallegos, Carlos Grasso, Cristina Guadalupe Galvan, Karen Gutfreund, Richard Helmick, Derrick Hickman, Ericka Hoffman, Kelly Hoffman, Mark Indig, Marina Joyce, Chris Justice, Kirk Kain, Sherry Karver, Paul Kelley, Colleen M Kelly, Dawn Kramlich, Ingrid Lahti, Mario Laplante, Barbara Lekus, Kate MacDonald & Les Sears (K8L35), Stuart McCall, Trevor Messersmith, Janet Milhomme, Greg Morrissey, David Orr, Steven Roberts, Cate Roman, Nancy Roy-Meyer, Kathy Rudin, Gareth Seigel, H. Jennings Sheffield, Kathryn Shinko, Nicole Stahl, Charley Star, Dafna Steinberg, Felis Stella, Susie Stockholm, Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Bethany Taylor, Renee Ward, Jeff Williams, Everett Williams, Nancy Wolitzer, Kathrine Worel, Carolyn Yarnell


 


Erik Deerly-Experiences For Active Contemplation Thought Action

 

Founded in 1991, Imago Galleries is considered one of the West Coast's premier contemporary galleries. Often mistaken for a boutique museum, the 18,000-square-foot gallery also has a sculpture garden and terrace. More than an architectural icon, owner Leisa Austin strives for curatorial excellence in bringing groundbreaking exhibitions of the highest caliber to the desert, as Imago Galleries celebrates 24 years on the West Coast art scene.

 

Leisa Austin CV

Visionary Magazine

 


Everett Williams-BlackLives27

 

 

 


Artwork by Ben Valenzuela

Chicano/Latino Artists United for Social Justice

Curated by Abe Moya

August 6 - September 10, 2016

VIP Party: Saturday, August 6th 4-6pm

Public Reception: Saturday, August 6th 6-10pm

Music by Higgy & Martin

 

Featured Artists:

Emigdio Vasquez, Abram Moya Jr., Ben & Jes Valenzuela, Gregg Stone, Carlos Callejo, Rosemary Vasquez Tuthill, Matt Southgate, Jose Loza, Guillermo Avalos, Ignacio Gomez, Ricky Lozano, Moises Camacho, Alicia Rojas, Angel Martinez, Henry Godines, Cecilia Ortiz, Enrique Brito, Atilano Bravo, Josh Correa, Ricardo Duffy, Roger Reyes, James Rocha, Briyana Negrette, Marina Aguilera, Maria Reyna


Special Exhibition:
‘Art for All’ workshop series with the Corbin Center, in our project gallery

 

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