Live silkscreen demonstrations are scheduled for the First Friday Opening Reception this Friday, September 2 from 5 – 8 p.m. The demos are part of the exhibit entitled “Phil Dynan: 30 Years of Serigraphy.”
Phil has provided silkscreen prints for major companies and events around the world, including the L.A. Marathon, San Francisco Marathon, the Sacramento Zoo, the Tour de France, the World Cycling Championships, the Lake Tahoe Marathon, the San Diego Marathon, the Nevada City Classic, the Tour Feminin, Sacramento Ballet, and the Coors Classic. He has also been selected by the California State Fair to provide live demonstrations of his screen printing. Work spanning over 30 years is featured in this exhibit.
Phil will provide live demonstrations of silkscreen at 6 and 7 p.m. during the Friday night party. He will demonstrate both fabric and paper printing.
The artist’s work is featured in the book “Best of Screen Printing Design” (Rockport Publishers) found on Amazon.com.
Live Music with Dane Barbo
Local talent Dane Barbo will be playing live music Friday night.
Dane will be playing his original music. Check it out!
The Reception is from 5 – 8 p.m., Friday, Sept. 2nd. All are welcome and dress is casual. Food and drink served.
Eugenie: History Based Creativity
Eugenie opens a new exhibit in the Window Gallery this Friday, from 5-8 p.m. Originally from Holland, Eugenie draws from her experience as an antiques dealer to paint complex and absorbing subjects. Often, a viewer can find historical references to sculpture and design that span many centuries.
Eugenie is one of the “core members” of the gallery and has been showing successfully here in Red Bluff for several years. She is retired from her antique shop, which was in Los Angeles.
Meet Eugenie Friday night between 5 and 8 p.m. Food and drink are served at the “casual” reception. Live music will be provided. Everyone is welcome.
Kseniya – Intricate New Paintings
Kseniya Beliaeva shares the Main Hall, opening a new show of original work in her unique style. Kseniya lives in Belarus (once part of Russia) and has been showing at the Red Bluff Art Gallery for three years now.
Her work is intricate and detailed, and on the “very creative” side of art. She also produces jewelry and things like hand-painted hair combs and brushes — all with incredibly rich detail and colour. Additionally, she often paints creative portraits. In this show, the portrait entitled “Vampire” leaves a lot to the imagination of the viewer … maybe it is a reference to a friend? Maybe a reference to an “art dealer”? See for yourself, Friday night!
What: First Friday Art Night, featuring live music and silkscreen demos
When: Friday, Sept. 2, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Where: Red Bluff Art Gallery, 601 Walnut St., Red Bluff, CA 96080
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