Marie Cameron's Cherry Blossom Spray received honorable mention in the "Breath of Spring" juried show at the Pacific Art League.
Nina Bricker,Rosa Farinas, Jeanne TIllman and Maralyn Miller are all participating in the 3rd weekend of Silicon Valley Open Studios.
Gary Coleman sold his 12 paintings which had been hanging in Noah's Bistro in Morgan Hills to the owners.
Danielle Dufayet has 12 paintings which are being displayed in the original Steve Wozniak estate while it is being sold.
Ron Dell'Aquila's Tesla Oaks, 2009 was juried into the "Breath of Spring" exhibit at the Pacific Art League.
Ellen Howard received a 3rd place in the Society of Western Artists Spring Exhibition.
Irma Longley was accepted into the Saratoga Rotary Art Show again this year.
Brian Johnson's Echo Lake was juried into the Society of Western Artists exhibit at the Redwood City Gallery.
Will Maller's Day's End has been accepted in the 22nd Oil Painters of America National Exhibition and he is one of the juried artists in the 2013 Telluride Plein Air Competition over the July 4th weekend.
Susan Migliore and Ellen Howard are participating in the 1st and 2nd weekends of the Silicon Valley Open Studios.
Helen Scheel just received her Signature status from the Society of Western Artists.
Zoya Scholis' Dog Park was juried into the "Fresh Works" annual Art Exhibition at the Firehouse Art Center in Pleasanton. Her Meighan's Mirror was juried into the Triton Museum's Statewide Photography Show.
Steve Wise's painting of the Plain at West Point with Cadets on parade was auctioned as a 50th Reunion fund raiser.
Jeff Owen's photograph War and Peace 3 was juried into the Triton Museum's 2013 Statewide Photography Competition and Exhibition.
This show includes 84 artworks from 52 of our members and everyone seemed pleased with the way the show was staged.
Congratulations to the Award winners as well as all the members juried into the show.Show Program
The show will be open 1-4pm every Friday through Sundays through April 26 - staffed by member volunteers.
Laurie Barna is one of the 70 artists, photographers and poets whose work was chosen for inclusion in the new coffee table book, "Room to Breathe: The Wild Heart of the San Francisco Peninsula."
Nina Bricker and her late husband Mitchell's exhibit "Go Figure!" is on display at the Los Altos Hills Town Hall through March 15th.
Marie Cameron's Pond Lily Path was juried into the Pacific Art League's March show. Her "Art Talk" interview aired on Channel 27 in February.
Gary Coleman's landscapes will decorate the walls of Mike's Cafe in Palo Alto from April 15th through the end of July.
Danielle Fafchamps received a Second Place award for a sculpture at the Pacific Art League show.
Terri Ford earned her Master Patelist title from the Pastel Society of America. She was also recognized as the first Eminent Pastelist by the IAPS.
Terri Hill and Terri Ford were the featured artists at Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos in January.
Ellen Howard has two paintings in the Society of Western Artists' February/March show.
Michelle Jung's Reflections was juried into the San Diego Museum of Fine Art Artists Guild International Exhibition at the L Street Fine Art Gallery through March 18.
Jennifer Kretschmer's work is currently in Gallery Saratoga as well as Yuki Sushi in Willow Glen and the Mid- Peninsula Media Center in Palo Alto.
Ed Lucey is one of ten artists whose work is featured in the March issue of the Artist's Magazine.
Will Maller has 3 paintings accepted in the 7th National Juried Plein Air Southwest Salon Show in Dallas April 6 - May 4.
Britta Ottersgard was accepted into the Saratoga Rotary Art Show again this year.
Jim Potterton was commissioned by the Santa Cruz County Park, Open Space and Cultural Services "Outside the Box" program to beautify a traffic signal control box in Santa Cruz.
Michael Rogan was been named Artist of the Year (Masters Category) by the Santa Clara Art Association.
Mai Shei and her students had a Watercolor and Calligraphy Exhibition at the Cupertino Senior Center.
Julia Watson will be April's Featured Artist at the Los Gatos Museums Gallery. Julia will also show her paintings at the Blossom Festival in Saratoga's Heritage Orchard on March 23rd.
Karen White will exhibit work in two shows at Studio Gallery in San Francisco. "Delicious" will be on display from March 13-April 14, and "City Streets" running from mid-April into May.
Nina Bricker's Twozies! and Jumble Jacks have been selected for permanent installation in the Palo Alto Medical Foundation Pediatrics building in Sunnyvale.
Marie Cameron will be January's Featured Artist at the Los Gatos Museums Gallery.
Gary Coleman has paintings hanging in Noah's Bistro in Morgan Hill as well as the Mistral in Redwood Shores.
Vernon Dittenbir will be the "Artist of the Month" for February at the Los Gatos Museum Gallery.
Danielle Fafchamps joined Stanford professor Renee Reijo-Pera for the filming of an episode of Morgan Freeman's "Through the Wormhole" to be broadcast in 2013.
Bonnie Joy Sedlak's Jungle Dancers was juried into the Triton Museum's 2012 Statewide Watercolor Competition.
Bobbie Frederickson was named Artist of theYear in the general category by the Santa Clara Art Association.
Ellen Howard's Autumn Hues won first place at the Society of Western Artists' December/January Exhibition.
Irma Longley was juried into the Silver Creek Holiday Market and sold 4 paintings.
Susan Migliore had 4 of her paintings included in the "Room to Breathe:The Wild Heart of the San Francisco Peninsula" coffee-table book.
Kathleen Mitchell's Habitat was juried into the Triton Museum's 2012 Statewide Watercolor Competition.
Sara Mordecai was commissioned by Starbucks for a painting for their newly remodeled Willow Glen store.
Sayeko Nakamura's After the Storm won Honorable Mention in the Triton Museum's 2012 Statewide Watercolor Competition.
Bonnie Rokas was juried into the Triton Museum's 2012 Statewide Watercolor Competition.
Zoya Scholis's Dog Park was selected for exhibition at the Triton Museum Statewide Juried Competition. Zoya will also be included in the group abstract7 show in the ElMarie Dyke Gallery in Pacific Grove.
Claire Schroeven Verbiest's Treasure won Honorable Mention in the Triton Museum's 2012 Statewide Watercolor Competition.
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Tomiko Bailey's Early Morning at Pescadero Beach was selected for the California Art Club "California Heritage" Show in Los Angeles - through December 2.
Nina Bricker and her late husband have an exhibit, entitled "Go Figure" of mostly figurative paintings at LosAltos Hills Town Hall until March.
Marie Cameron's Christy Ann's Lace was awarded honorable mention in the Pacific Art League "Scapes" show. Her painting Cherry Blossom Spray was accepted into SVOS Invitational Exhibition at Main Street Cafe and Books in Los Altos.
Gary Coleman's landscapes are on display at Maurizio's Restaurant in Morgan Hill until December 5th and his abstract show in the Firehouse Arts Center continues through November 5th.
Brigitte Curt received Best of Show at the 4th Paint Burlingame Plein Air competition. Her Sunset over the Northern Land is included in the Pacific Art League "Scapes" competition.
Karen Drucker is the Curator for an exhibit of watercolor paintings featuring indigenous shorebirds by Los Altos Parks and Recreation art instructor Floy Zittin, at the new Eco Center in Palo Alto, through December 1.
Kay Duffy, Terri Hill and Floy Zittin are presenting "Art from the Air" at the Aegis Gallery in Saratoga through November 18th.
Rosa Farinaswill be the featured artist for November at Gallery Saratoga.
Bobbie Frederickson's The Great Escape took 1st place at SCAA and she was juried into the Olive Hyde Gallery's Holiday Show/Sale.
Diane Fujimoto's "France from my Palette" collection of watercolor paintings is now on display at Restaurant Sent Sovi in Saratoga.
Ellen Howard's Breaking Through received a 1st place in the Society of Western Artists' "Small Works" Exhibition. She was also accepted into the Pacific Art League's "Scapes" exhibition.
Brian Johnson has 2 paintings included in Volume IV of "International Contemporary Artists".
Will Maller's Scott's Creek was juried into the 22nd National Acrylic and Oil painters (NOAPS) show at the Dunnegan Gallery of Art in Bolivar, Missouri through December 1st.
Deborah Matlack had two portraits accepted by the Sierra Pastel Society International Exhibition in Placerville.
Carolina Mueller's Arrigeth Peaks, Alaska won an Award of Excellence for Best Landscape in the FALC Annual Art Show.
Sayeko Nakamura will show three new paintings with fourteen other artists for permanent collections of Uki--city (Kumamoto) museum in Japan through December 2.
Teresa Ruzzo's pastel Big Sur Oak won 2nd place in the Society of Western Artists "Small Works" Show in Redwood City.
May Shei has a new solo show in Taipei at the Water Cube Smart Club - Kou Bou Gallery until 2013.
Karen White's Pacheo Pass Spring will be featured along with her newest paintings in the "Full Color" show at Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos November 6 - December 1.
Steve Wise's Larkin House and Garden received Honorable Mention in the Monterey "Paint the Adobes" Plein Air Event.
Nina Bricker's work will be featured along with work by the late Mitchell Lewis Bricker and Nina Leone Bricker in the "Go Figure" exhibit at Los Altos Hills Town Hall September 16 through March 15.
Marie Cameron has two paintings juried into the "Figures & Faces" show at the Pacific Art League in August. Her solo exhibition at "Breathe Los Gatos" runs through September 21.
Gary Coleman's landscapes will be hanging in Maurizio's restaurant in Morgan Hill through December 5.
Brigitte Curt was accepted into Filoli's "Handcrafted through the Lens" show through October 21.
Mei-Ying Dell'Aquila's Man of Granite was juried into the International Art Competition at the Museum of Russian Art in New Jersey.
Ron Dell'Aquila's work will be on display in Intel's Robert Noyce building through September.
Karen Drucker has watercolors exhibited at the Mid-Peninsula Media Center in Palo Alto through October 17.
Rosa Farinas' Mystery Garden was accepted into Filoli's "Handcrafted through the Lens" show through October 21.
Jane Ferguson's Pinnacles is included in Filoli's "Handcrafted through the Lens" show through October 21. Jane was also among the artists chosen for a project to beautify utility boxes in downtown San Jose.
Bobbie Frederickson has several works on display at the SCORE offices in San Jose through October.
Terri Ford's A Monet Morningwon 3rd prize from the Art du Pastel France Salon in Giverny. Her "Here and There"exhibit will be featured in the Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos September 4-29. Terri was the first person to be named Eminent Pastelist by the International Association of Pastel Societies.
Diane Fujimoto's Tournesol was accepted into Filoli's "Handcrafted through the Lens" show through October 21. Her "France from my Palette" watercolor series will be hanging at Restaurant Sent Sovi in Saratoga through January.
Ellen Howard's Golden Light is in the August issue of Gentry magazine and was used by Filoli to advertise their show.
Susan Migliore has 3 paintings in "The Joys of Painting Outdoors" at the Coastal Art League Gallery in Half Moon Bay September 2-30.
Linda Mitchell's paintings will be included in the "Painting our Parks" show at the Santa Cruz County Bank through January 18.
Sayeko Nakamura's Almost Spring has been juried into the 92nd National Watercolor Society exhibition held in San Pedro September 29 through December 2.
Jeff Owen will be participating in the Bayou City Art Festival in October.
Cynthia Riordan's Mother and Child won 3rd prize in the Pastel Society of the West Coast member juried show.Three of her plein air landscapes will be included in an exhibit at the Coastal Art League Gallery and Museum in Half Moon Bay in September.
Michael Rogan's Niles Canyon watercolor won a first and his Homeless charcoal drawing won a second in the Santa Clara Art Association member show. He also won a second in the Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society juried member show. His work will be on exhibit at the Hotel California in Palo Alto through October.
Bonnie Joy Sedlak was juried into the Pacific Art League's "Waterworks" exhibit in Palo Alto through September. She also has works accepted into both the Summer and Fall shows at Coastside Land Trust Gallery in Half Moon Bay.
May Shei has a solo show in Tiapei, Taiwan September 15-25 and is included in the Tokyo International Women Artist Group Exhibition September 2.
Karen White's oil paintings will be featured in a two-artist show at Studio Gallery in San Francisco September 5-30.
Marie Cameron's Bed of Ghosts was juried into the "Animals: Facts, Fairy Tales and Fantasy" show at the Pacific Art League in June and her Gave of Shells is included in the Members Show in July.
Gary Coleman was featured in the Palo Alto Weekly in May. His landscape paintings are installed in the Unitarian Church in Palo Alto and his abstracts are in the Odeum Restaurant in Morgan Hill through September.
Mei-Ying dell'Aquila was juried into the "Gateway to Imagination" national competition at the Farmington Museum, the National Juried Exhibition at the Custos House Museum and the "Expressions West 2012" art competition at the Coos Art Museum. She also has a group show at Intel "Art in the Workplace".
Ellen Howard was accepted into the "Handcrafted and Through the Lens" Exhibition at Filoli July 10 through October 21.
Ron dell'Aquila's solo show "Organic Landscapes" was presented in June at the Pacific Art League's Corridor Gallery.
Michael Rogan's Large City, Small Rooster was juried into the Santa Clara Watercolor Society "Think Large - Paint Small" exhibit. His work is also on display at the Los Gatos Main Street Cafe and the Campbell Bridge Center in July.
John Eaton had two pieces juried into "Works on Paper NYC" at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery in New York in July.
Bobbie Frederickson's Winds Up was awarded a blue ribbon in the Oil category as well as Best of Show in the Santa Clara Art Association Members Show.
Patricia Osborne was juried into the Garden Show at the Mendocino Art Center and the L'Aquarelle Sennelier International Watercolor Show.
Jeff Owen has two sculptures in the Blackhawk Art Gallery and two pieces in the Ruth Bancroft Garden Sculpture Show.
Jack Quattlebaum has 20 photographs displayed on the Saratoga Library Art Wall July and August.
Bonnie Joy Sedlak's Duck Call watercolor was juried into the Pacific Art League "Animals, Facts, Fairy Tales & Fantasy" show and her J. House Cypress watercolor was selected for the Coastside Land Trust Gallery (Half Moon Bay) show.
Cynthia Riordan's Mother and Child was juried into the Society of Western Artists' 62nd Annual Show.
Zoya Scholis has a solo watercolor show "Magic Carpet Ride" at the Pacific Grove Art Center July 20 - August 29 and a solo watermedia show "Camino" at the Los Altos Library in September. She will be the featured artist at the Kaleid Gallery in San Jose and participate in the abstract7 Group Show at Fibre Arts Design Gallery in Palo Alto in August.
Sandra Smith-Dugan is one of forty artists juried into the 7th Annual Frank Bette Plein Air Paintout in Alamedia the week of July 29 - August 3.
Karen White's Aspenglow was awarded Third Place at the Santa Cruz Art League's 82nd Annual Statewide Landscape Exhibit.
Nina Bricker's artwork will be on display at the La Madrona Swim & Racquet Club Festival in Scotts Valley on May 6 and in the Los Altos Cafe through June 1.
Gary Coleman's one man landscape show is at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts until July 16.
Tomiko Bailey is selected for the 19th annual Carmel Art Festival Plein Air event May 17-20.
Brigitte Curt donated 3 paintings to the LymeLight Foundation for their annual fundraiser.
Vernon Dittenbir, Rosa Farinas, Ed Lucey, Maralyn Miller, David Stonesifer and Karen White are participating in the Silicon Valley Open Studios.
Danielle Fafchamps has a sculpture juried into the 2012 Sculpture in the Garden show at the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek June 16 - July 14.
John Flores is having a solo show "Art in the Garden" in Santa Cruz June 23 & 24.
Terri Ford's Country Calm received the Grand Prize in the Pastel Journal's Pastel 100 Competition and is featured on the cover of the April issue.
Diane Fujimoto's "France from my Palette" show is on display at Le Petit Bistro in Mountain View.
Peggy Hansen has 3 works accepted into the 2nd annual juried photography exhibition at the Plymouth Center for the Arts and 9 images will be featured in the 2012 Porter Gulch Review.
Ellen Howard has a painting accepted into the 82nd Annual Statewide exhibition "Landscape Color and Light" and another was accepted into the Society of Western Artists April/May exhibition.
Mimi Kearns has a painting on display at the Triton Museum from April 14-28.
Susan Migliore's painting By the Bridge has been selected for the Santa Cruz Art League 82nd Annual Statewide Exhibit.
Carolina Mueller's Sankein Gardens, Yokohama was accepted into the art show at the Biennial Convention of the NLAPW in Washington, DC.
Jeff Owen will be showing new sculptures at the Mother's Day "Filoli Flower Show" in Woodside.
Michael Rogan's Yellow Chair was included in the Pacific Art League juried show "Secret Garden". His Breaker was included in the Triton Museum "Spring Gala".
Teresa Rozzo is the featured artist at Viewpoints Gallery in May.
Zoya Scholis has a solo show at the Pacific Grove Art Center July 20 - August 30 and is included in a group show at the Fibre Arts Gallery in Palo Alto. She will be featured in the Los Altos Library in September and is a featured artist for August in the Kaleid Gallery in San Francisco.
Mary K. Stahl was selected to participate in the Carmel Art Festival in May and the Los Gatos Plein Air 2012 in June.
Dan Tellep's Mission Colonnade was accepted in the 2012 National Watercolor Society Member Juried Show.
Karen White will participate in the Los Altos Rotary's "Fine Arts in the Park" May 19-20 in Los Altos.
Angus Wilson will be the featured artist at New Masters Gallery in Carmel during May.
Edna Pierson Windes is included in a photo documentary as a Creating Woman and will be the judge of the Sunnyvale Art Exhibit Annual Show June 9. She will also present "What Judges Want, Good Art" at their group meeting on May 17.
Despite an intermittent rain, the Reception and Awards Ceremony had perhaps the largest turnout yet.
The show includes 100 artworks from 70 of our members and everyone seemed pleased with the result of Preston's staging.
Congratulations to the Award winners as well as all the members juried into the show.Show Program
The show will be open 1-4pm every Saturday and Sunday (except Easter) through April 28 - staffed by member volunteers.
Tomiko Bailey's Foothills at Dusk, Palo Alto was juried into Salon International 2012 at Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, TX - showing April 14th to May 4th.
Nina Bricker was named 2011 Artist of the Year by the Los Altos Art Club.
Julia Cline created the CD cover and inside graphics for Kathy Sherman and the Good Folk Collective's "Welcome to the Folksong Cafe".
Gary Coleman will have a one man show at Mountain View Performing Arts April 17 through June 16.
Michelle Filice's Coit Tower has been juried into the California Art Club's California Exhibition through May 15.
Rose Farinas has been accepted into the Annual Saratoga Rotary Art Show.
Jane Ferguson was the featured artist at Intero Santana Row in February and is the featured artist at the Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos in March.
Diane Fujimoto has 15 works on display at the SiliconValley Community Foundation in Mountain View through April 29th. Her "France from my Palette" show is on display at Hotel California in Palo Alto through April 28th.
Brian Haney has 7 works on display at the Cupertino Library through March 3rd.
Peggy Hansen has two pieces in the "Yosemite Renaissance XXVII" juried show in the museum gallery at Yosemite National Park through May 6th.The exhibit then travels throughout Northern California till the end of the year.
Xuan My Ho has her first solo exhibition of her mosaic artwork at Market Street Gallery in San Francisco, March 10 through April 27.
Ellen Howard was accepted into the Pacific Art League's "Bon Appetit" exhibition. She was also accepted into the Society of Western Artist's Exhibition.
Susanne Koga's received a second place and an honorable mention in the Valle Del Sur annual show.
Deborah Matlack and Mary Ann Henderson will be included in the Los Gatos Museum's "Ourselves and Others" Exhibition, March 15 to April 27.
Susan Migliore is having a one woman show at Michaelangelo Gallery in Santa Cruz for the month of March. Susan's work will also be in "Women's Works 2012" in Woodstock. Ill. March 6- April 29.
Carolina Mueller has been honored as an "Achiever in Art 2012" by The National League of Pen Women.
Britta Ottersgard has been accepted into the Annual Saratoga Rotary Art Show.
Michael Rogan is exhibiting recent watercolor paintings at the Santa Clara City Hall through the end of March.
Sandra Smith-Dugan's "California Bay Area Paintings" show is on display at the Graniterock Cupertino Design Center through May 7.
Edna Pierson Windes was asked by a man who recently purchased her painting Old Mill from an antique shop in Vermont if she could "repair" it. Although it wasn't really damaged, Edna says it was scary working on a watercolor she painted in 1979.
Janice Wong's homecoming received the Art Academy Award at Modern Art International exhibition contest held by Modern Japan Art Association in Tokyo last November.
Nina Bricker is showing her pastel abstract, Bubblegum Slide at the Santa Cruz Art League's Small Wonders show, Dec. 10-Jan.8. She has a pastel painting at the Moffett Field museum through Jan. 7, and will display various art pieces at The Original Pancake House in Los Altos, through February.
Brigitte Curt's The Ramparts won an honorable mention in the Triton Museum's 2011 Statewide Painting Competition/Exhibition.
Karen Druker has an exhibit of her work at Hotel California in Palo Alto, through January 25.
Sandra Smith-Dugan's show "California Bay Area Paintings" is on display at the Graniterock Cupertino Design Center through May 7.
Jane Ferguson has a Solo Exhibit "Outside The Line Inside The Box" at Pho 69 in San Jose through January.
Terri Ford's Country Calm is on exhibit at the Triton Museum's 2011 Statewide Painting Competition/Exhibition.
Xuan My Ho's mosaic piece Playing in Snow was accepted in the Winter Wonderland Juried Exhibition at the Institute of Mosaic Art in Oakland.
Susanne Koga's Gingerbread House received a second place ribbon and her Mochitsuki an honorable mention in the 2011 Valle Del Sur Open Juried Show.
Jim Potterton's Costanoa is included in the Triton Museum's 2011 Statewide Painting Competition/Exhibition.
Brian Haney's Lahina Sunset is included in the Triton Museum's 2011 Statewide Painting Competition/Exhibition.
Jeff Owen lectured on sculpture to 30 students at the TMCC Welding for Art class in Reno, Nevada.
Michael Rogan was awarded Artist of the Year by the Santa Clara Art Association for the 2011 general category. Michael was also advanced to the masters category for 2012.
Laurie Barna's watercolor and collage painting, "Angel # 21: Recycled," was accepted into the Santa Cruz Art League's "Works on Paper" show, October 22 to November 20 in Santa Cruz.
Karen Druker's "Sprout Popping Out" received an Honorable Mention in the SVOS juried exhibit "The Environment " at Los Altos Hills Town Hall, and her mixed media collage "High on Life" was accepted in the SCAL exhibit "Works on Paper".
Jane Ferguson's "Pink Vase" won first place in the mixed media section of the Annual FALC Fall Festival. This same painting also won a Sponsor Award in the SCVWS Annual Members Show. Two of her abstract paintings were used as the cover art on the Journal of the California Dental Hygienists Association.
Lance Glasser's sculpture, "Bacchanalian Swing," won Best in Show (3D) at Renovation, the 69th World Science Fiction Convention, August 2011.
Raja Guha Thakurta's "An Unfinished Story" received an honorable mention in the Fine Arts League of Cupertino 2011 Fall Fest and six of his pieces were included in the Campbell Artists' Guild Annual Show.
Susan Migliore has been asked to become an Associate Member of Women Artists of the West - a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in the profession of women's fine art.
Michael Rogan's "Group Therapy" won a first place in the Santa Clara Art Association member show in July - and second place in the 2011 SCVWS member show. In August he won a first in the watercolor division at the University Art Open. The SCVWS is using a new piece of his reproduced on posters and cards to promote the annual member show.
Julia Seelos is a recent winner of "Best of Show" at the LPAPA Best of Exhibition 2011 and has been invited to the Sedona Plein Air Festival.
Deborah Matlack has had two pastel figure/portraits accepted by Northwest Pastel Society's Annual International Open in Tacoma, WA in November, and two accepted by the Degas Pastel Society for their Member Show in New Orleans in October.
Carolina Mueller's "Parrot Talk" received second place in the EVA Annual Show 2011. Her "Sankeien Gardens, Yokohama" received an honorable mention at the FALC Annual Show 2011.
Jeff Owen has been commissioned to create a sculpture for a stately home in Whistler, BC, Canada.
Zoya Scholis received the O'Neil Family Award for her painting, "Rainy Day" which was included in the Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society's 11th annual juried exhibition in Buffalo, NY last month.
Laurie Barna will be exhibiting 24 original watercolor paintings from her Liberty Series at the upcoming, "125 Years of Liberty: A Tribute," through October 25 at the Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center.
Maria Boisvert placed 3rd in the Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association "small to Large" juried show and also won the Solo Show award for the juried San Juan Batista Plein Air Event.
Nina Bricker received a blue ribbon at the June competition of Los Altos Art Club for the Pastel titled "Darby and Kibbie".
Gary Coleman has been selected for inclusion on the Mountain View Performing Arts exhibition calendar for 2012. "Gary Coleman - California Landscapes" will be hosted through October by the Graniterock Cupertino Design Center.
John Eaton received First Place award for his black and white photograph "Under the Tower, Canterbury" at the PHOTOcentric 2011 show in New York.
Danielle Fafchamps' "House Spirit #22" will be exhibited in the juried show "Multiples" at the Pacific Art League in September.
Terri Ford's painting "Fishing Nets" received the Bronze Award from the Master Circle Exhibit at the IAPS Convention. Her "Morning Vista" Won Third place overall and the Best Pastel Award at the 2011 Carmel Art Festival Plein Air Event. Her "Market Shadows" was juried into the Pastel Society of America 2011 Pastels Only Exhibit at the National Arts Club in New York. Her work is featured in the June issue of "Pratique des Arts" magazine and will also appear in the Fall issue of "Plein Air" magazine.
Terri Hill, Karen White, and Diane Fujimoto are featured in the new 'FIREWORKS' exhibit at PARC.
Xuan My Ho will participate in Kings Mountain Art Fair in Woodside on Labor Day weekend and two of her mosaic wall hangings are accepted in the Filoli Fall Art Exhibit juried show.
Diane Kaye's color photography portfolio, "Lumen Prints" has just been chosen for display for one year at PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont.
April Maiten has been juried into the Los Altos Hills City Hall show - up through Feb. 24. She also had two pieces accepted into the "Tesserae" juried show in Long Beach in September - October.
Deborah Matlack was awarded Second Best of Show for "Repose", 2nd Place in Dry Media for "The Green Suede Jacket" and 3rd Place for "Child's Play" in University Art's 4th Annual Competition and Exhibition.
Jeff Owen had two sculptures featured at Sunset Magazine's "Idea House" in Menlo Park, CA (August Issue).
Carole Rafferty's painting "Bay Bridge" was a finalist in the May/June 1st Plein Air Salon competition run by Plein Air Magazine. Her painting "Sunrise Cafe, San Francisco" was chosen for the American Impressionist Society 12th Annual National Juried Exhibition to be held at Mountainsong Galleries at Carmel in October.
Michael Rogan's painting "Santa Clara Afternoon" has been accepted as a finalist in the University Art Annual Competition. Michael also is exhibiting his painting, "Breaker" with the SCVWS member show, "Interpretations" at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library through the end of August.
Raja Guha Thakurta had three pieces accepted into the Pacific Art League's August 2011 Figures and Faces show and his "A Life of Indentured Service" won third prize in the show.
Tomika Bailey received an Honorable Mention at the Carmel Art Festival Plein Air Event in May.
Nina Bricker's "Darby and Kibbie" pastel won a blue ribbon at the June meeting of the Los Altos Art Club.
Laurie Barna's Mountain Man won Second Place in the Watercolor Portrait Division of the San Mateo Fair's Fine Arts Galleria.
Gary Coleman has a one-person exhibition at Graniterock in Cupertino starting August 15.
Mei-Ying Dell'Aquila was juried into the Texas National Competition at Old Post Office Museum July 4-29, and is participating in a group show at the Driftwood Salon in San Francisco through July 9, as well as the Pacific Art League Member Show.
Marian Gault has two pieces juried into the "Music and the Sounds of Nature" Calligraphy exhibit at Filoli Gardens, August 2 - September 11.
Peggy Hansen's Dancer 2 was juried into the 2011 Kellicutt International Photography Exhibition at the Coastal Arts League gallery in Half Moon Bay through August 1. Peggy also has a solo show on the 5th floor of the Santa Cruz County Government Center through August 15.
Xuan My Ho has completed her second community volunteer mosaic project, making the Phleger Station sign and a Hiking on Kings Mountain sign for Kings Mountain community in Woodside. Xuan's Alicia mosaic sculpture won Third prize in the San Mateo County Fair.
Jeffrey Janoff won 2nd place in the 2011 Los Gatos Photo Contest.
Jill Kroh won 3rd place in the Living in Los Gatos category as well as the People's Choice award in the 2011 Los Gatos Photo Contest.
Felix Chan Lim & Bobbi Makani taught "The Art of Chinese Landscape Painting" at Stanford University in May.
Will Maller has 2 paintings juried into the 15th National Juried Exhibition at the Saks Galleries in Denver. He also has a drawing in the "San Francisco Bay Area Figurative Renaissance" book.
Deborah Matlack's The Fencer won Third place in the Society of Western Artists Annual Show in Redwood City. She also won Best of Show for The Lavender Hat, First in Pastel for Scholar's Pastime and a Second in Mixed Media for Order from Chaos in the Santa Clara Art Association Member Show.
April Maiten will have 13 mosaics on display at Brian's Restaurant in Los Altos through August.
Susan Brott Lawson's Out of the Shadows was juried into the Society of Western Artists Annual Show in Redwood City.
One of Jeff Owen's Peace Bell sculptures is in the U.S. Consulate in England.
Michael Rogan's Valley of San Jose won first prize in the watercolor division of the Santa Clara Art Association Member Show.
Helen Scheel's Autumn Harvest won 2nd place in pastels in the Society of Western Artists Annual Show in Redwood City, through August 14. Helen is one of 20 painters selected for the "Art in the Garden" event in the Gamble Garden in Palo Alto on July 15-16.
Mary K. Stahl's A Well-Worn Path received an Emerging Artist ribbon at the Carmel Art Festival in May.
Shanon Amidon was chosen by the Arts Council Silicon Valley as one of the recipients for the 2011 Artist Fellowship Grant for her photography.
Tomiko Bailey has been selected for the Carmel Art Festival 2011, Plein Air event May 12-15.
Nina Bricker won a second place ribbon for her pastel "Jane, being Fluffy" at the Los Altos Art Club monthly meeting.
Jane Ferguson is having a Solo Abstract Show at Lavende in Palo Alto, through November. She also had a painting juried into Filoli Garden's "Expressions in Color" Exhibit through June 5.
John Flores is hosting his 3rd Annual Art Show June 25-26, in his home in Santa Cruz.
Lance Glasser has been juried into the 28th annual "Sculpture in the Park 2011" in Loveland, CO in August.
Peggy Hansen's images have been selected for the 2011 Porter Gulch Review and her Blue Ice was awarded honorable mention by jurors of Yosemite Renaissance XXVI. Peggy's work will also will be featured at Santa Cruz County Government Center May 31 - August 15.
Terri Ford is the featured artist for May in the Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos.
April Maiten has 3 pieces on display at Simply Be Salon in Palo Alto.
Michael Rogan will be exhibiting California watercolor paintings at The Middlefield Medical Suites in Menlo Park through August.
Thirty of our members are participating in the 25th Annual Silicon Valley Open Studios, including Shannon Amidon and Jane Ferguson on May 14-15; and Nina Bricker, Gary Coleman, Jane Ferguson, Jaya King, Pete Kneisler, April Maiten, Maralyn Miller and Carolina Mueller on May 21-22.
Zoya Scholis' watercolor Rainy Day is showing in a National Exhibition at UB Anderson Gallery in Buffalo, NY.
Tomiko Bailey has a painting juried into Greenhouse Gallery, Salon International 2011 Show April 2-22 in San Antonio.
Nina Bricker will be showing her work at The Bean Scene Cafe on Castro St. in Mountain View in March and April.
Roosevelt Bynum's work will be on display in the Gallery at UnWined Wine Bar and Shop in San Jose through June.
Danielle Fafchamps has a sculpture juried into the 6th Biennial Indoor Sculpture Exhibit in the City Hall in Santa Clara from mid-April through September.
Terri Ford's paintings Mystic Cliffs and Fishing Nets will be published in the April issue of The Pastel Journal. They both received honorable mentions in the Annual Pastel 100 competition. Her painting Sunset on the Seine is one of five finalists in the International Association of Pastel Societies 2011 Convention Poster competition and will appear in the May/June issue of The Pastel Journal.
Jane Ferguson and Terri Hill have 29 pieces each hanging at ART @ PARC in the Palo Alto Research Center through March.
Susan Migliore has been juried into the Los Gatos Plein Air exhibition and sale June 1-4.
Diane Fujimoto will have a solo show in the Fireside Gallery at The Sea Ranch Lodge April 1-30. Public reception Friday, April 1 5-7pm.
Felix Chan Lim and Bobbi Makani participated in the Chinese New Year Art Exhibit at Shangrila Plaza Mall.
Carolina Mueller was featured in an article in the Divya Bhaskar newspaper in Ahmedabad, India (circulation 5M).
Four paintings by Sayeko Nakamura have been juried into the permanent collection of the UKI-City Art Museum in Japan. Sayeko was also invited to conduct a workshop at the UKI-City Water Media Society.
Britta Ottersgard was accepted into the Saratoga Rotary Art Show.
Jack Quattlebaum's photographs will on display in the Cupertino Library throughout March and April.
Thalia Stratton was accepted into the 2010 Oil Painter of America Western Regional Juried Show in Jackson, Wyoming and was highlighted in the November 2010 American Art Collector Magazine. She is also exhibiting with other "Great American Figurative Artists" at the Waterhouse Gallery in Santa Barbara.
Raja Guha Thankurta's pencil drawing An Artist's Vision (Satyajit Ray) was juried into the Works on/of Paper show at the Pacific Art League in Palo Alto.
Helen Scheel's pastel Autumn Harvest won 1st place in the Society of Western Artists juried show, on exhibit through March 25th in Redwood City.
Karen White has a solo show Land in Color at Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos through April 2. Artist Reception March 11 5-8pm.
Shannon Amidon participated in an artist residency at the Julie and David White Artist Colony in Costa Rica for the whole month of December.
Nina Bricker's art was included in the Santa Cruz Art League show "This Is Santa Cruz"; the Menlo College show "Images of Menlo"; and the Los Altos Art Club show "The Magic of Color".
Maria Boisvert was awarded Second Place for a piece entitled "Done for the Day", and a tie on People's Choice as well, at the "Fences" show at the Corral de Tierra Country Club in Monterey County.
Karen Druker, Jane Ferguson, Jan Grady, Veronica Gross and Sayeko Nakamura were accepted into the 2010 Triton Museum's statewide watermedia competition.
Diane Fujimoto's Chapeau Lanroz was juried into Gallery House in Palo Alto.
Karen Garnett won First Place Award in Acrylic Painting and Second Place in Oil Painting at the Valle del Sur 2010 Open Juried Show; as well as Artists' Choice Award at the MBPAPA Monterey Tapestry Exhibit. She currently has a solo show at DVINE Jazz and Wine in Morgan hill.
Peggy Hansen had 2 pieces juried into Yosemite Renaissance XXVI. Peggy will also have a solo show at Laser Light Printmakers in Aptos, from January 3-February 28.
April Maiten has one mosaic hanging at Intel and another at the Saratoga Library. Three of her mosaics were on display in Palo Alto during December.
Carolina Mueller will be the featured artist at Gallery Saratoga in February.
Julia Munger Seelos is one of two artists featured in the Thos. Moser San Francisco Showroom through January 10.
Britta Ottersgard participated in the SWEA (Swedish Women Education Association) Christmas Fair in St Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco, December 4, and sold 4 paintings.
Michael Rogan will be exhibiting recent watercolor paintings in the bimonthly exhibit at the Santa Clara City Hall in February and March.
Grace Tang's montage paintings are installed in the Pollock Financial building in Redwood Shores through May 30th.
Dan Tellep's watercolor was juried into the Watercolor West 42nd Annual Exhibition, and was awarded the Cheap Joe's Merchandise Award.