Fascinating! Tom Akawie's airbrushed works are iridescent––the colors change as you move around the paintings.
An exquisite show of pictures produced on light-sensitive paper without a camera. A phenomenally fun opening.
Ming demonstrated five different types of calligraphy for us: Cursive, Running, Regular, Clerical, and Seal.
Soon as we walked in the big red door for Ming's opening, we were caught up in a wave of great energy. Ming enjoyed explaining his calligraphy to us, and we had a blast looking and learning. Next Saturday, March 11, at 2:00 he'll be bringing his brushes and ink and treating us to a demonstration.
An inspiring opening. In her talk, Janet was passionate about both her paintings and about her concern for our environment.
FOG was the scene of a major improvisational music event on Jimmy McCullough's birthday. Violin, Koto – clarinet, Jew's harp, drums, xylophone, electric bass, bells, guitar, whistles, and vocals all blended into an extended jam. Even Jimmy's paintings were swinging at the end. This is the last week to see his exhibit - don't miss it, it is exceptional work.