Visitors enjoyed demonstrations by artists Traci Owens, Dottie Visker, and Bill Reed and helped paint a mural at this opening reception for Whimsical and Colorful.
“Art brings everyone together—all ages, ethnic groups, counties, and diversities,” Visker shares. “Art transcends time and gives you what you want, see, and need.”
Mother's Day weekend is host to two great, free, events showcasing local art: the North Auburn Art Studios Tour and the Loomis Art Loop Open Studios Tour
A Custom Crossword by Gail Marie Beckman, customcrosswords.com
Loomis resident Matt Konar’s art career began in second grade when he’d draw pictures of WWII airplanes and sell them to friends for a nickel.
This 10th annual program brought high school students from across the region to the stage for a competitive performance that combined the spoken word and theater.
“We aren’t alone in our life experiences, and I love to tap into that humanity and lay it on a canvas.”
“... I find myself drawn to making large works on canvas,” shares Atwal. “Texture and color are my tools for creating the mood in my work.”
For all you wordsmiths and puzzle fanatics, don’t miss this month’s Word Play clues and answers to “The Sweetest Things.” Just click and fill in the blanks
Granite Bay native Ali Futrell graduated with a degree in painting and a minor in design and technology from San Francisco Art Institute.