Sunday, October 27, 2013

Coming November 1st to The Magoski Arts Colony!

This coming Friday, November 1st, is the monthly Downtown Fullerton Art Walk, and that means there will be lots to do, see, and experience throughout Downtown Fullerton and at the Magoski Arts Colony.  Here's a sneak peek at what you can expect to see at the Colony this Friday...

You there! Now entwined with social materialisms. mocking the self sacrifice of the adamant artist. You have confined us in your debauchery. We art souls that travel the universe naked in our breath breathing space and seeing with eyes that are like suns. Brilliantly burning a longevity of sight that brings life into colour without conflict.

Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
And never stops at all…

-Emily Dickinson

Come to a special art exhibit inspired by Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday which celebrates relatives and ancestors who have passed on. The spirit is not one of mourning, but of celebration. 
At The Egan Gallery...

With this exhibit we intend to celebrate the talents of The Egan family through paint, assemblage, and ceramic sculpture and in doing so we will pay tribute to the man who had such a huge impact on his family and the lives of many who are involved in the local art scene today.

This fun imagination powerplant of a book gives you the reader and the artist the absolute power to fill this book with the amazingness that comes from your head. I want art to be humorous because I think it’s important to laugh, and that’s what I want this book to do for you, the reader/colorer.
There will also be a collaborative project on display...

People presume to know each other, but in truth we can spend decades together and never know those hidden passions or thoughts. Who ARE we?  For this Day of the Pre-Dead project, colony artists participate by creating something that will be displayed as part of a collection of niches known as a columbarium.  A columbarium is a collection of boxes, alcoves or small containers that hold and display images, objects, poetry, sound etc. that can tell a brief story or give a hint about who we are and what we would like others to know about us…before we leave the planet.

Hope to see you there!

The Magoski Arts Colony is located at 
223 W. Santa Fe Ave
Fullerton, CA

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