Cort Jensen Art Reception
Sep
1
2:00 PM14:00

Cort Jensen Art Reception

Show will be up until September 28, 2018

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Cort Jensen is a 3rd generation Palisades native, and still resides in the town he loves. Cort has had many business ventures, but art has always been his passion. He created his first painting, which recently won 2nd place in a Palisades Art Association exhibit, many years ago on an artistic whim. In recent years, Cort has concentrated his artwork to drawing pieces that use a contrast of vibrant colors and eclectic designs with tremendous detail and depth. 

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Guest Speaker: Bijou Karman
May
22
7:00 PM19:00

Guest Speaker: Bijou Karman

Bijou Karman is an artist and illustrator from Los Angeles.  She graduated with Distinction from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.  Her clients include: Cinespia, ELLE, girlboss, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle, Little White Lies, Penguin Books, Refinery29, Rihanna, Stance Socks, and The Los Angeles Times.

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Guest Speaker: Jeanne Allen
Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Guest Speaker: Jeanne Allen

Jeanne Allen, will present a program about Contemporary Color Field Art in Southern California with focus on Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis, and Helen Frankenthaler.

The event will be held to the public: five dollars at the door for guests and members are free.

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Rosie Galanis; Selected Works 2017
Jan
6
2:00 PM14:00

Rosie Galanis; Selected Works 2017

Rosie Galanis’ work consists primarily of mixed media works, exploring the temporality of the human condition and the implications of the tropes of modern existence. Her work focuses on the relationship between internal and external worlds, emphasizing the inevitable aspects of existence. Her work consists primarily of organic materials. These materials in combination with transformative processes evoke bodily tissue like material, emotive and inherently human. 

On view will be the series Torn, an exploration of the relationship between societal obligation and its widespread effect. Other selected mixed media works will also be on display. Rosie Galanis was born in Los Angeles, California. She grew up and currently lives in Pacific Palisades. Rosie is a member of the Pacific Palisades Art Association, having received numerous awards for her works in past juried exhibitions. She is currently earning her BFA in painting from Otis College of Art and Design.

 

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 Elisane Becker Art Show
Sep
2
to Sep 30

Elisane Becker Art Show

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Born and raised in Brazil, I came to the United States of America with aspirations of learning English and pursuing my life's passion of art and fashion. After graduating with a B.A. in Apparel Design from CSUN in 2014. I wanted to share my vision though my paintings.
I believe a talent must be shared and never be kept to oneself which is why I chose to be an artist. By sharing talent, we inspire others to take advantage of theirs. I believe that our time on this planet is short, and it must be used wisely.
I put a lot of love and effort into my artwork with the goal of bringing positive energy and happiness to others. If just one person is moved to follow their dreams as I have, I have succeeded.

 I hope you enjoy it.

My philosophy is simple: " Dreams are not illusions, so chase you dreams by doing what you love"

–Elisane Becker

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How to Portrait Draw by Renee Agarwal
Apr
25
7:00 PM19:00

How to Portrait Draw by Renee Agarwal

Renee Agarwal will be giving a demonstration on portrait drawing at the Pacific Palisades Art Association meeting on Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00 at the Palisades Woman's Club. This will be a hands on demo discussing proportion, full face, three quarters, and profile, as will as learning about drawing people of different ages. Please bring a sketchbook, pencil and eraser or charcoal.

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Guest Speaker: Ed Buttwinick
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

Guest Speaker: Ed Buttwinick

Ed Buttwinick is a Judaica themed assemblage artist in Los Angeles, California. He began his art education at Fairfax High School in Los Angeles, and earned a B.A. In Art at UCLA. After teaching in L.A. City Schools for a decade, Ed, with his wife Linda, cofounded the Brentwood Art Center in 1971. The BAC is a school of fine art for children, teens, and adults, and has become a cultural landmark in the art community of Los Angeles. During his 35 years as the BAC’s Director, Ed’s community service included working with the West Regional Advisory Council of the Cultural Affairs Department; A Window Between Worlds, a non-profit organization benefitting abused women and children; and the Board of the Los Angeles County Art Education Association. He was presented California’s Outstanding Supervisor of Art Education Award in 1987, and a City of Los Angeles Certificate Tribute Award in 2005. Mr. Buttwinick is retired, has art  in the permanent collections of the Skirball Museum and Sha' Arei Am Synagogue in Santa Monica, and is a visiting  lecturer at the Hebrew Union College. He continues to work creating assemblage sculptures in a variety of mediums at his studio in Pacific Palisades.

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"A Malibu Art Gallery" Show
Jan
14
to Feb 2

"A Malibu Art Gallery" Show

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Daniela Schweitzer, one of our artits, is featured in a Malibu Art Association show at “A Malibu Art Gallery” in the Jamestown Malibu Village/Cross Creek Country Mart area in Malibu.  The exhibition runs through Feb 2.  Open every day from 11 am to 5 pm.

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Holiday Glass Sale
Dec
3
10:00 AM10:00

Holiday Glass Sale

Santa Monica College and the YMCA are partnering for a one of a kind glass gifts, jewelry and ornament sale during the Christmas tree sale! Proceeds help support the YMCA and SMC Art Department. All Art is student and professor made. 

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Mar Vista Art Walk
Dec
1
6:00 PM18:00

Mar Vista Art Walk

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Esther Pearlman's studio is at 3871 Grandview in Mar Vista. She will be in studio "4" from 6pm-8pm.  There will be 20 artists showing their art there as well.  Parking is on the side of the building or on the street. Where a coat! 

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