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Walking Underground Symposium at Calabi Gallery Tuesday, July 28th 7-9pm Please RVSP

Posted on | July 22, 2015 | Comments Off on Walking Underground Symposium at Calabi Gallery Tuesday, July 28th 7-9pm Please RVSP

Walking Underground

Come join us for an evening of dialog about Walking Underground: what it means to three artists’ creative process and how their stories are inseparable from their visual art. This symposium will highlight a sample of each artist’s journey from blank canvas to a completed artwork incorporating the seen and unseen realities along the continuum of expression.

Roselinda "Brave Heart"Rosalinda Ruiz Scarfuto
Native Californian, former Artistic Director of Alisal Center for the Fine Arts (Salinas), published poet and multimedia artist. She is a researcher at Sunderland University, UK (PhD) investigating the 3D poetic canvas. Currently her artwork is deeply rooted in how to re-engage with Nature given the alienation arising between humans themselves, Nature and Art partially due to high-tech composed environments.

Sherrie "Deeper"

Sherrie Lovler
Award-winning Art Trails artist whose calligraphic influences infiltrate her work. She has a BA in Art and teaches calligraphic skills both nationally and internationally. Her abstract paintings have been shown in a solo exhibition and many juried and group shows.Co-author and illustrator of Two As One: Poems from a New Love. She will be showcasing her newest book, On Softer Ground, of her paintings and poetry.


Maria "Between Worlds"

Maria de Los Angeles
Maria arrived from Mexico with her family in 2000. She attended Elsie Allen High School, completed an AA from SRJC in 2010, a BFA From Pratt Institute in 2013 and an MFA from Yale University in 2015. Her paintings are colorful images whose subject matter is politics, social structure including immigration, and economic inequality. Founder of One City Arts program providing opportunity for children to do Art.


Please RSVP by calling Calabi Gallery at 707-781-7070. The gallery is located at 456 Tenth Street in Santa Rosa between B Street/Healdsburg Avenue and Mendocino Avenue. We hope to see you there!


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