Venue: Avenue 50 Studio, Inc.
Address: 131 North Avenue 50, LA 90042
Hours: Tue-Sunday 10am-4pm | closed on Fridays

The 46 contemporary works in the exhibition explore the joys of artistic expression while delving into our relationships with the planet and one another. environmental and ever so human concerns of our day in a variety of media from painting, prints, photography, drawing, digital art, mixed media and sculpture

Known in both art and environmental circles, Suvan Geer will moderate a participatory conversation on what it takes to sustain practices in art and activism. she will open the discussion with local land activist Joe Barrett and environmental lawyer Dean Wallraff. The panel will take place in conjunction with the "Wilderness Mind: Activating Wonder" exhibition that was curated by Marie Cenkner and featured works by 16 members of the SCWCA Eco-Art Collective.


"I chose the pieces that most piqued my curiosity. The resulting selections are riotous, challenging, and in a few instances, gleefully perverse. . . .Some explicitly raise questions about identity, celebrity, and community; others embed their political concerns within their embrace of kitsch. Many of the works directly recall past feminist art practices, and in doing so yield new insights about the role of decoration, adornment, and self-display within the arts and society at large.

The exhibition, which featured 26 contemporary artworks and 12 posters from the collections of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG) all focused on water as a vital yet limited resource was co-organized by Sandra Mueller with curator Susan King in collaboration with Avenue 50 Studio and CSPG. As King noted:

"10 by 10" Exhibition

An exhibition of contemporary artworks from Southern California women artists.

Reception: Saturday March 8, 3-5p

I-5 Gallery at the Brewery Art Complex
Located at 2100 N. Main Street #A10Los Angeles CA 90031

Gallery Hours: Friday-Sundays 11a-4p
Closing: Sunday March 16, noon-1p (gallery closes at 1)

"plenty" Exhibition
Gallery Talk: April 16, Noon

"plenty" Opening Reception

Saturday April 6, 4-6 pm

April 6-17, 2013
CSUN West Gallery

"plenty" is an exhibition of contemporary artworks from the Southern California Women's Caucus for Art that speak to emptiness and abundance through concept or material.

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 6 4-6p

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PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Aleta Aaron, Suzanne Anan, Jill Andre, Salma Arastu, Seda Baghdasarian, Ulla Barr, Tessie Barrera-Scharaga, Stephanie Beard, Joanne Beaule Ruggles, Deanna Beye, Marie Bezjian, Jennifer Bloomer, Melody Brown, Tracy Brown, Donna Catanzaro, Vanessa Chappelear, Christine Cianci, Sherri Cornett, Linda Rae Coughlin, Rose Anne Critchfield, Debra Dake-Morrell, Janet E.

Curated by Deborah Thomas, the exhibition represents work that ranges from photography to non-representational painting, performance, and installation; it spans a continuum of references to water from suburban irrigation systems to the arctic ice cap; to wildlife, including Barr owls, sea otters, and golden trout from the Sierras; and to locations from San Pedro Harbor to Mozambique.

Related programs included:
-- Wilderness Solstice Celebration on June 24,2012
-- Exploring the Known and Unknown" panel moderated by Betty Ann Brown on July 22, 2012