Arthouse on R is proud to host Habitat for Humanity’s “Habitat Door Project” April 7th – April 27th Artists David Asch, Macee Burns, Sheldon Carpenter, Sondra Hersh, Kate Riley, Jennifer Tachera and Kerri Warner were chosen in January to turn doors into art under the theme “what home means to me.” You can see the results of their hard work on display at ARTHOUSE, Second Saturday, April 8, from 6-9 p.m. These doors will be auctioned off at the Habitat for Humanity “Hard Hats & High Heels” Gala on April 28th and then will be in private collections ever after!
April 4 - May 5, 2017 2nd Saturday Opening: April 8th | 5:30-8:30pm "California Sky" by Susan Chapman Please join Tim Collom Gallery for our 2nd Annual Landscapes Show. This group exhibition will feature work by the likes of Patris, Bud Gordon, Ning Hou, Anthony Montanino, Tim Collom, Susan Chapman, Margarita Chaplinska, among others, and their take on the classic subject matter.
SPRING FLOWERS Premiering 2nd Saturday April 8, 2017 Kennedy Gallery – 1931 L Street (20th & L), Sacramento CA 95811 "Beauty" by Kelly DeWitt Showing at Kennedy Gallery “Spring Flowers” featuring a diversity of media as local artists celebrate the vibrant colors of spring when nature awakens in full splendor. Flowers come to life through paintings, photography and sculpture but you will also enjoy live arrangements by several talented local florists. Please join us for a floral extravaganza! “Spring Flowers” will be on display April 4th through May 8th, 2017 at Kennedy Gallery ... Best of Sacramento ‘Best Art Gallery’ [...]
WASH is proud to announce our Best of Show, "Hand Picked" by Maura Madden Donovan. Please remember our upcoming Second Saturday artist reception and Award Ceremony on April 8th from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Join Sac Fine Arts for refreshments and music while they celebrate all of the great paintings that were submitted for this show. of Show, "Hand Picked" by Maura Donovan WASH is the first and only group of artists devoted entirely to the watercolor medium in Sacramento. In 1978 Jan Miskulin and Nancy Haley discussed the need for a watercolor society. Jan's watercolor class enthusiastically endorsed the [...]
WHOOP DEE DOO APRIL 8TH - MAY 14TH OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH, PERFORMANCES AT 6PM & 8PM SHARP! ARTIST TALK: Opening Reception: Saturday, April 8, 6-9pm. Live, FREE shows at 6pm & 8pm. Limited seating! Southside Park residents and children and adults wearing yellow or gold will be given priority entrance. Verge Center for the Arts is pleased to present a new, large-scale collaborative project led by New York based Whoop Dee Doo. Whoop Dee Doo has spent months researching and communicating with dozens of Sacramento organizations, youth groups and performers, and they will reside at Verge for a [...]