Wednesday, December 2, 2015

This Friday (12/4) at the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk!

This Friday, December 4th, is the first Friday of the month, and that means that it's the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk!  Here are some of the cool art shows you can check out...

Recent Works by M. Bryan @ Max Bloom's Café / Art Gallery...

BaxSPACE at Max Bloom’s Art Gallery is proud to present the expressive and provocative work of M. Bryan in her debut show at Max Bloom’s Art Gallery. This will be her 2nd year anniversary of her first art showing with curator Baxter.

M. Bryan’s art evokes the feeling of being intimately involved in a moment in time that needs to bear more than one witness. At this exhibit M. Bryan’s art will have work that celebrates the female form, as well as contrasting pieces that illuminate issues of contemporary social justice.

M. Bryan’s mixed media art captures glimpses of time which feel like her subjects’ breath is caught in their chest. As though walking down the street and catching a stranger’s eye, the focus of her work grabs on to your attention and pulls you into a shared moment. Her work shows passion, pain, growth and does so without apology.

M. Bryan’s art will be on display and available for purchase at Max Bloom’s Art Gallery throughout the month of December.

All The Places We've Been: Art Collaborations of Jesse La Tour and Chuck Oldfield @ Hibbleton Gallery

You are cordially invited to the next art exhibit at Hibbleton Gallery, entitled “All the Places We’ve Been: Art Collaborations of Jesse La Tour and Chuck Oldfield. La Tour and Oldfield are co-owners and curators of Hibbleton Gallery. For this show, these two artists will be exhibiting collaborative pieces of their own creation, featuring the photography of Oldfield and the drawing/painting of La Tour! The opening reception is Friday, December 4th, 2015 from 6-11pm during the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk.

The title of this show reflects different ideas about travel: both externally (visiting real geographical places) and internally (exploring new worlds through reading, studying, and watching films). Each piece will be a collaborative meditation on these two ideas of travel. Oldfield’s photographs, taken on his various travels to physical places will be juxtaposed by the drawings and paintings of La Tour, which reflect the mental and emotional landscapes of reading, thinking, and watching foreign films. The show is meant to be an exploration of how art can be a means to express the outer and inner journeys we all take, as we each try to create a mental map of all the places we’ve been.

In addition to co-owning Hibbleton Gallery, Chuck Oldfield is a filmmaker, photographer, and storyteller. Jesse La Tour is an English teacher, doodler, and lover of libraries.

Artisan Marketplace: A PAS Gallery Pop-Up Shop

Artisan Marketplace: A PÄS Holiday Pop-up Shop coming to the Magoski Arts Colony December 4 (6-10p) + December 5 (10a-2p)…

featuring handmade gifts from Virginia Sandfer, Kristy Prince, Anna Hansen, Sandy Bretz, Ana Hernandez, Fiona Wong, Caitlin Orr, and more…

PLUS Sargeant Creative is bringing The Print Shop back!

AND browse the rest of the colony including handmade goods by Heather Paxton, Melinda Hagman, and Janell Chandler!

see you there…

Darilynn Tipton @ Roadkill Ranch

Roadkill Ranch & Boutique is proud to present Darilynn Tipton as their featured artist for Fullerton’s next Art Walk  on Dec. 4th.

After twenty years of makeup artistry, Darilynn traded her makeup brushes for paint brushes. She has been studying art at Fullerton College for four years. She is inspired by design, femininity, and the beauty in everyday objects. Her work has been seen at the OC Fair, featured at Fullerton Museum, and shown at other Fullerton ArtWalk venues.

Her paintings are vibrant, whimsical and laced with style!

Spirits of the Black Lodge: Photos by James and Sarah Eakins @ The Magoski Arts Colony

"Legend says that every spirit must pass through the Black Lodge on the way to perfection. There, you will meet your own shadow self. People call it 'The Dweller on the Threshold' ... But it is said, if you confront the Black Lodge with imperfect courage, it will utterly annihilate your soul. - T. Hawk"

We welcome you to explore your own shadow self within our black lodge. Films: Skateistan, 8x10 Color and Black & White, Spectra and Color 2.0 600. Featured Model: The incompareble Miss Michelle Honeyman

Dreaming in Film Photo Studio soft opening. Get your very own 8x10 portrait taken in our new studio behind the Black Lodge. Reduced price for the soft opening!

Being (ens realissimum) curated by E.E. Jacks @ The Magoski Arts Colony

‘Truth' is (ens realissimum) in Latin translates to 'the Most Real Being’.  This show lightly explores the transcendental philosophy as well as ontology (the study of the nature of being/reality/existence) through each artists personal interpretation. Artists include Michael Magoski, Kristy Prince, Tess Is, Oscar Arroyo, Paul Sargeant, Leanne Sargeant, Jeremy Grayson, Amy Lenay, Jennifer Fedrizzi, Dan Joyce, and E.E. Jacks.   

Holiday Shopping Soiree @ The Fullerton Museum Center

Feliz Navidad - It's our annual shopping event! Come to the FMC Gift Shop to get discounts on all your holiday gifts.

Oh and there's free gift wrapping, so while you browse our Christmas tress full of ornaments, stationary, cards, tshirts, toys, blankets, artisan jewlery, crafts, artwork, Fender merchandise, your gifts will be wrapped up and ready to be delivered.

Complimentrary specialty holiday cocktails, snanks and coffee while you shop!
Free photobooth!

Free crafts for kids in our classroom!

Running concurrently with ARTWALK which will feature the work of artist/painter Zachary Mendoza "Building and Breaking" in our Foyer Gallery. (Always free admission!)

Join us for a night of local art and retail and kick off your holiday season!

Check out the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk Facebook page HERE for updates!

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See you this Friday!

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