As the Visual Arts Coordinator of the San Geronimo Valley Community Center I put organize usually two solo exhibits or one group show every month.
For a variety of reasons, I’ve been remiss on posting any of the exhibits from the last few months.
Here’s a sort of quick sampling of some of the work that passed through the doors in the last few months.
Harry Cohen and Friends.
|Photo copyright Bruce Brown|
Ninety-two year old Abstract Expressionist, Harry Cohen, got together with a few of his talented friends for this February show.
I recommend having a ventriloquist in attendance at all art openings
Artists participating in this show included Michael Killen, Jo Killen, Skip Henderson, Beth Pewter, Leonard Breger, Brian Carter, Peter Strindberg, Odis Schmidt, Bruce Burtch, Fred Holle, Karen Worth, Jack Kamesar and Lars Johnson.
Impressive large piece by the late Leonard Breger.
Two works bypainter Michael Killen.
And Geoff Bernstein
Beautifully crafted work by Odis Schmidt
And of course Harry....
In March we hosted"Working at Home" -works by Richard Lang and
Judith Selby Lang
"Goof Ball" by Richard Lang
"Sheena Queen of the Jungle" by Richard Lang
Judith Selby Lang's portrait series Tamal Road:
Ricard's Molecular Gardening:
This April we had another group show:
Marty Meade and Her Friday Morning Art Groups
"No Dapl" by Marty Meade
Marty is a long-time instructor of glass art and watercolor teaching at the San Geronimo Valley Community Center, College of Marin and through her studio. Marty works in glass bead making, advanced lampworked glass bead making as well as watercolor.
The large exhibit showcased her many watercolor and glass students.
Featured artists include Marilee Rogers, Kelly Todd, Joan Beavin, Roberta 0'Neal, Genna Panzarella, Liz Albriton, Nina Frankel, Kelley Baer, Sue Evans, Nancy Dunbar, Camille Noble, Sally Fairfax, Jan Anderson, Janet Pigot, Marilyn O'Mara Bern, Jeri Gilbert, Karen Koenig, Leo Den Ouden, Susan Micheletti, Cathy Ramberg, Marguerite Illingworth, Miriam Jankü, Kathleen Schmitt-Cone and Patti Buckley and
Fused glass and powdered enamels by Kelley Baer
Sam Fleeger also showed his remarkable sculptural pieces:
A very large piece by Sam Fleeger: “A Kiss is Still a Kiss”
“Oh Yoko” by Sam Fleeger
“Self Portrait as a Piano Key with My Other Half”
Detail of “Self Portrait as a Piano Key with My Other Half”
“Love at First Sight” by Sam Fleeger