The Exhibition Committee Mission Statement:
The Exhibition Committee of the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center serves to inspire creativity, joy, and artistic enlightenment, to foster critcal thinking which sparks conversation, to remain relevant, to encourage diversity and build bridges of understanding, compassion, and tolerance within our community.
September 28: Virtual Show - Art of the Printmaker
Art of the printmakers featuring techniques such as etching, drypoint, monoprint, woodblock, collagraph, linocut, clay, lithography, screen printing, transfer, and photopolymer plates. See ingathering here.
November - Gift It!!
Small pieces of art at reasonable prices for holiday purchases.
Artists who are interested in having their work considered for presentation can check for ingathering information HERE.
A message from the Exhibition Committee:
August 1, 2020
The Exhibition Committee’s goal is to provide a platform for our community of artists to express their experiences and unique viewpoints during this unprecedented time in history. There is so much uncertainty these days, the pandemic has turned the world upside down and has forced us all to reevaluate our way of life. Our intention is to encourage expression through artistic creativity while providing the community with a way to lift their hearts and feed their souls with art.
Given this new abnormal, we are offering new ways to experience art at the Center. Exhibits are available to view virtually on our CAC website, are on rotating display in our gallery front windows on Linden Avenue and are available to view hanging on the gallery walls by appointment. Just give us a call!
We are delighted to share our current exhibit “Simple Pleasures: What Brings YOU Joy??” This heartfelt offering navigates the unique ways in which one copes with the current state of world affairs. Don’t miss out on this amazing body of work, it’s online and in the gallery right now.
Autumn of 2020 will offer two additional Exhibits. “The Art of the Printmaker” will be kicking off the change of season in late September to be followed with our annual “Small Works for Holidays” right around Thanksgiving.
The Exhibition Committee would like to thank all of you, our community of artists and patrons both near and far, for their continued support and understanding. We are grateful for each and every one of you. Together we will come through this difficult time.
So, keep an eye on the Gallery windows, check out our website, and give us a call if you want an up close and personal look at the amazing art we are hanging. And while on our website submit your vote for the People’s Choice Award. Winners will be announced in the Coastal View News.
Talli & Sheila
Talli Robinson and Sheila Batson