Tag Archive: fremont art

Jan 02

January Art Exhibits- Tracy Gallery: French Impressionism

Edouard Cortès and Antoine Blanchard This month, we are pleased to present a rare treat—a selection of French Impressionist paintings on loan to us from a private collection. The majority of this exhibit features the work of two contemporaries, Edouard Cortès and Antoine Blanchard. Both artists painted many scenes of Paris in all its glory. …

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Nov 29

December Art Exhibits- Hinds Gallery: Barb Gallaher & Darlys Vande Voort (Dar)

Barb Gallaher Barb Gallaher received her BFA, majoring in Jewelry and Silversmithing, from the University of Kansas in 1979.  She incorporates materials in combinations of gold, silver, copper, and various precious gemstones, utilizing many silversmith techniques into the creation of her jewelry, such as forging, repousse, chasing, and casting.  Gallaher’s work varies in style of …

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Nov 02

November Art Exhibits- Hinds Gallery: Kris and Harvey Harrington (Photography)

Imagination Transformed: An Essay in Photography- A Journey in Poetry   Kris and Harvey Harrington express their photographic essay through the lens of a large format film camera because of its unlimited color palette and expansive densities. Their photography transcends documenting a scene at a given moment in time. It is an art form in …

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Oct 02

October Art Exhibits- Hinds Gallery: Sandy Fisher (Fiber Arts)

Sandy Fisher: What I See   Sandy Fisher has been a professional weaver for well over 30 years. Her interest in weaving began when she first touched a piece of yarn realizing that with her hands she could create something very beautiful.  She was first introduced to weaving while in college at Chico State University in the late …

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Sep 01

September Art Exhibits- Hinds Gallery: Ken Shuster Photography

Ken Shuster: What I See Fremont photographer, Ken Shuster, has toted a camera around off and on for over 40 years. Self-taught, he began “like anyone else who has a camera…” by taking snapshots of family, kids, and events. While his first camera was a 35mm all-Manual Nikon, Ken also had the same cameras you …

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