A FREE, self-guided art tour of Nevada County’s Western Region
September 17 – October 17, 2021
Artist Statement Finding inspiration in fragments of nature, urban decay, emotions and spirituality, as we as through memory and images of something remembered, I intend that my work have complexity, simplicity and a sense of history as I engage a personal vocabulary of marks, texture, color, shape, space and layers that help express the sensual pleasure and ephemeral quality of life. Living out loud through layers seen and unseen as I work and wait for some form of alchemy to happen. Within the sphere of exploring the dialogue between representational and abstract, I am moved to deconstruct reality as I work along the continuum between the two. I search for visual moments to capture a particular feeling and allow my mind to roam and create visually appealing pieces that take on an independent directions. I am drawn to aged surfaces that reveal the endless passage of time; objects with aRead More
August 6 – September 11, 2021 • A solo exhibition of paintings and videos by Ruth Chase exploring identity alongside a public response to the notion of what it means to be a woman.
May 14 – June 18, 2021
The Center for the Arts presents “In Remembrance of a Peaceful Warrior” featuring photographs by the late Michael Christopher Black. The exhibit is curated by Michael’s mother, Sally Black, and will be on display in The Granucci Gallery from Friday, April 2 through Friday, May 7, 2021. The official opening will be held in the Kerby Lobby on April 2 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Marie Wolfe is living out loud through layers seen and unseen. Through weight, depth and texture, Wolfe works to discover the mystery and realm where abstraction and realism meet. Take the virtual tour of Marie’s exhibit, Sparks of Imagination.
Experience the paintings of Marie Wolfe on display in The Granucci Gallery at The Center for the Arts. January 8, 2021 through February 12, 2021.
Denise Wey – A Retrospective, will be on display in The Granucci Gallery at The Center for the Arts from Friday, November 6 through Wednesday, December 23, 2020.