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MATTHEW ROSENQUIST

Preview Champagne Reception: Saturday June 29 from 4-7pm

$10. (members free)

  • Exhibit Dates:  June 29 thru July 19

  • Community Opening: Friday, July 5 from 6-9pm

Los Angeles based sculptor Matthew Rosenquist carves commentary on contemporary life out of rough-hewn wooden block. His process suggests a “take-no-prisoners” approach, much as his figures suggest self-snapping punkrockers on their cell phones.

Matthew Rosenquist was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He acquired his MFA in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).

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JANE CALLISTER

CABADAGRAY GALLERY at the Vita Art Center

Preview Champagne Reception: Saturday June 29 from 4-7pm

$10. (members free)

  • Exhibit Dates:  June 29 thru July 19

  • Community Opening: Friday, July 5 from 6-9pm

    Jane Callister was born on the Isle of Man, UK in 1963 and is now a Southern California based artist who works across the mediums of painting, sculpture, drawing and installation. Over the past 20 years Callister has exhibited in many notable exhibits including The 1st Prague Biennale at the Veletrizni Palace Prague, Czech Republic in 2003; Extreme Abstraction at the Albright  Knox Museum, Buffalo, New York in 2005;  Step into Liquid which (was curated by Dave Hickey for the Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design in Santa Monica, California) in 2005; and the 2006 California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA as well as more recent exhibitions such as Stationary Realms, Museum of Art, University of Arkansas, 2014; Pictures of everything 2014 at the Harris Gallery, University of La Verne, CA; “British Invasion” at MOAH (Museum of Art and History), Lancaster, CA 2016; “REBOO”T,  Jay Jay Gallery, Sacramento, CA 2017. And had a recent solo exhibition at Royale Projects, Los Angeles ( where she is currently represented).

     

    Callister’s work has also been featured in notable publications including:  Vitamin P: New Perspectives in Painting with essay by David Pagel and published by Phaidon Press, 2002; Abstract Painting: Concepts and Techniques by Vicky Perry published by Watson & Guptil, 2005;  LA Artland by Chris Krauss published by Blackdog Press, London, 2006; and Acrylic Illuminations, by Nancy Reyner published by North Light Books, 2014. Her work is in numerous private collections as well as The New Museum, New York and The Albright Knox Museum  Buffalo, NY.