by Jessica Violetta

Last Saturday we celebrated a beautiful collection of moving and sentimental works by sculpture artist, Erika Sanada at her opening reception. Inspired by her childhood experiences of fear and concern, the summer's evening light provided a dreamlike setting for her delicate yet moody ceramic creatures.

Alongside Erika, we proudly revealed our group show called A-Chroma, featuring an array of primarily monochromatic artwork. This diverse collection, stripped of color, reveals the true talent and diligence behind black and white artwork.

Erika, our feature artist, with her showcased pieces "Bugging", "Cover My Eyes", and "Mentor".

 

A great turnout of friends, artists, and collectors enjoying the show.

 

Erika's "Two Tales - Bull Terrier" napping peacefully.

 

Some of Ron Norman and John Casey's work for A-Chroma can be seen through the gallery windows.

 

"Cold Shoulder" by Erika Sanada

 

Beautiful monochromatic works by Rodrigo Cifuentes, Joseph Pfeiffer-Herbert, Daniel Bilmes, Alex Louisa, and J.S. Weis

 

Erika Sanada's Cover My Eyes and A-Chroma Group Show are on view through July 30, 2016.

 


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