Art Unleashed

The HCA 2020 Members’ Show
January 11 – February 23

Artists will “unleash” their creativity and imagination in this annual exhibit featuring artists who support Healdsburg Center for the Arts with their donations and membership.

Opening reception, Saturday, January 11, 5:00 – 7:00PM

MEMBER ARTISTS SUBMIT YOUR WORK BY DECEMBER 30, 2019
Please complete the submission form below with an image of the piece you will be bringing. Each member artist may submit up to two pieces. Each artist is guaranteed one piece in the exhibit, the inclusion of a second piece is at the discretion of the exhibit committee based on space available.

Work must be delivered to Healdsburg Center for the Arts January 5, 2020 between 12noon and 4PM or January 6, between 12noon and 5PM. Work not delivered by 5PM ON January 6 will not be included in the exhibit.

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2020 Exhibits

  Jan. 11 – Feb. 24, 2020

    “Art Unleashed” the Members’ Exhibit

  Feb. 28 – Mar. 29, 2020:

    10th Annual “Young Artists Show”

  Apr. 4 – May 17, 2020

    “Figure it Out” 

  May 23 – Jul. 5, 2020

    “All Creatures Great and Small”

  Jul. 11 – Aug. 23, 2020

    “Feast: Bountiful Sonoma”

  Aug. 29 – Oct. 4, 2020

    “Outside the Box”

  Oct. 10 – Nov. 15, 2020

    “The Next Generation” Emerging Artists

  Nov. 21 – Dec. 31, 2020

    19th Annual Holiday Gift Gallery

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Holiday Gift Gallery

Each year, Healdsburg Center for the Arts searches for a bounty of artist made goods to fill the gallery during the holiday season. 2019 will mark the 18th Annual Gift Gallery and this years collection of gift items will not disappoint.

GIFT GALLERY: 22 November – 30 December.

Artist Reception: 5 – 8, Friday November 29.

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Artists interested in applying for inclusion in the 2019 Holiday Gift Gallery click HERE

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Clay & Glass

July 20 – August 25, 2019

Blurring the lines between craft and fine art, this exhibit brings focus to the endless possibilities of clay and glass as creative media.  Artists combine ancient techniques and high tech knowledge, they are storytellers and futurists that show us how to look close and also think big.

This juried exhibit follows a 2 year absence after five years of curated Clay and Glass exhibits. Bringing the theme back as a juried exhibit expands the number of artists and variety of work.

Once again Michele Collier is presenting a free demonstration on sculpting with paperclay (July 26 7-9pm), as well as a two day workshop: Spontaneous Clay (July 27 & 28). More information and registration HERE

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 20, 5:00 – 7:00pm

Clay&Glass REDUX Catalog

 EXHIBITING ARTISTS:

Hannah Ballinger
Ellen Coffey
Hellenmae Fitzgerald
Vicki Gunter
Branka Harris
Theresa Jorgensen
Nancy Krinsky
Angela Kwan
Ramona Minjoe
Vince Montague
Leslie Moody Cresswell
Shoshana Parry
Meg Perine
Romy Randev
Charlene Doiron Reinhardt
Stephanie Reyes
Mary Richardson
Cynthia Sumner
Adon Valenziano
Robert Weiss
Mary Bayard White
Ian Zapico

Exhibition: July 20 – August 25, 2019

Thank you to our generous sponsors:
Exhibit: Robert and Patricia Weiss
Reception Wine: 

Clay & Glass REDUX Jurors

Charlene Doiron Reinhart

Lisa Spinella & Paulo DeLima, Studio Bel Vetro

Robert Weiss

Mary White

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Animalia

 
 
White Crane, Wendy Spratt

The word “Animalia” evokes images of all animals; birds, bugs, reptiles, furry friends and pets, fish and fowl. It brings to mind all the wild and wonderful ways that “Animalia” have been an integral and essential part our human experience….archetypal animals, totemic animals, whimsical and sacred, silly and wise. Since the beginning humans have depended on animals for survival but have also relied on and trusted them as muses, guides and teachers. They endlessly inspire us with their beauty and teach us about how to be in this world. This show is open to artists in all media who honor our Animalia family.

Exhibition Dates: March 2 – April 14, 2019 
 
Saturday, March 2, 5:00 to 7:00 PM – Opening Reception, join us for this free reception honoring the artists. Wine and light refreshments will be available
 
Sunday, April 14, 2:00 to 4:oo PM – Closing tea, opportunity for public and artists alike to discuss animals and art techniques.

Partners

We are partnering with two organizations who specialize in animal care and preservation. A portion of the proceeds from all of the art sales in Animalia will be donated to the buyers choice: Humane Society of Sonoma County and/or Safari West Foundation.

 

Humane Society of Sonoma County

A Safe Haven for Animals

Ensure every animal receives protection, compassion, love and care.

Serving our community since 1931, the Humane Society of Sonoma County is a donor-supported safe haven for animals. They are dedicated to bringing people and companion animals together for a lifetime of love.

The animals in the Humane Society’s care receive medical treatment (including spay/neuter surgery), training services, and adoption assistance. HSSC believe that no effort is too great when a life is at stake. With your help, they give hope to every adoptable animal.

The Humane Society of Sonoma County employs exhaustive life-saving measures to ensure every animal receives protection, compassion, love and care. They have two locations in Sonoma County: 5345 Hwy 12 West in Santa Rosa and 555 Westside Road in Healdsburg.

 

Safari West Foundation

The Safari West Wildlife Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating wildlife advocates. They do so by providing an ongoing series of wildlife education programs for people of all ages at the Safari West Wildlife Preserve. Sponsored class trips, a Jr Keeper program for kids, and scholarships all contribute to that goal. Through the foundation, qualified schools with no budget for field trips can also experience the joy and benefit from the knowledge that comes from a class visit.

Dozens of species of mammals, birds, and reptiles from Africa are available for face-to-face encounters, supported by helpful Safari West staff members. Safari West is also involved in conservation breeding to help bolster populations of endangered species such as the waldrapp ibis, addax antelope, Nile lechwe, and others.

 

Exhibit Sponsors

Clay Nesbitt and Dean Gross

Animalia_Catalog

Exhibiting Artists

Bonnie Belt
Susan Bercu 
Joann Biondi 
Valerie Birkhoff
Cynthia Brodie
Beth Cataldo
Caren Catterall
Jean Swanson Coppock
Brad Corbin
Zina Dean
Molly Eckler
Joeann Edmonds-Matthew
Suzanne Eller
Alexis Greenberg
Richard Greene 
Robert Grist
Ellen Gust
Joan Hans-Stafford
Noah Hartley
Pamela Heck
Julie Higgins
Nancy Wheeler Klippert
Zachary Kohlman
Tammy Kushnir
Linda Lloyd
Nora Moore Lloyd
Monica Loncola 
Jamie Luoto
Sanda Manuila 
Nicole Martensen 
Sandra mccubbin 
Elizabeth Raybee
Michael Riley
Mark Ross
Donna Schaffer 
Kate Schaffner 
Jesse Seybert
Teri Sloat 
Wendy Spratt 
Monika Steele Barrack 
Susan Leibovitz Steinman
Laurie Szujewska 
Barbara Talcroft 
Sharon Tama
Adon Valenziano 
Lynn Van Houten
Chris Vetrano
Sandy Visse
Anya Warda 
Barbara Weidell 
Mylette Welch 

 

MARCH 16, 2-3PM

SORRY – SEMINAR POSTPONED
CHECK BACK FOR NEW DATE IN APRIL
FREE Animal Care Seminar 

As part of the Animalia Exhibition at HCA, the Humane Society of Sonoma County will present a free public presentation  at the Healdsburg Center for the Arts about animal care as well as fostering and adopting. All ages welcome!

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Art of Wine with a Vintage Palette

 

The Healdsburg Center for the Arts along with various local wineries and wine tours cordially presents “Art of Wine with a Vintage Palette.”

Art of Wine celebrates the wine country culture of Healdsburg, CA by offering a visual taste of art, centered around the wine, food, wine making, enology and viticulture of the North Bay. The exhibition features artwork by various artists throughout the county, state of California, U.S. and international. All artwork is for sale.

Free and open to the public, the opening reception includes wine tasting and food booths by various local Healdsburg wineries and restaurants. HCA invites all locals, visitors, concierge services and wine tours to attend this first annual celebration of art, food and wine at the Healdsburg Center for the Arts!

Follow the the Healdsburg Center for the Arts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates about the event. For more info, please visit our website healdsburgcenterforthearts.org or call 707-431-1970.

Exhibition Dates: June 8 – July 14, 2019 
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 8, 5:00 to 7:00 PM 
Closing Tea & Artist Salon: Sunday, July 14, 11:00AM to 5:00PM


Art of Wine With a Vintage Palette Catalog

Exhibiting Artists:

Ana Zavala
Amanda Hopkins
Marian Galczenski
Beth McCoy
Danielle Caldwell
Michael Kruzich
Robert Roberts
Viviane de Kozinsky
Marinka Solman
Donna Schaffer
Judith Johnson
David Gregory
Gail Galli
Patricia Westman
Nancy Woods
Abby Murthy
Avi Doran
Dean Hunsaker
Andrew Wohl
Alexis Greenberg
Chuck Harris
Rebecca Miller
Heather Hauck
Stacey Gregory

Tom Russo

Participating Wineries:

Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery
Cartograph Wines
Kendall-Jackson
Francis Ford Coppola
ZO Wines
Comstock Wines
Hudson Street Wineries
Pedroncelli Winery

 

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REFLECTIVITY – Artists on Climate Change

 

The science is overwhelming.  Artists reflect on and respond to mankind’s most urgent global issue, Climate Change.  Their vision is our looking glass that clarifies this pressing condition with the hope of inspiring solutions.  Healdsburg Center for the Arts proudly presents visions to inspire in this special exhibit:

REFLECTIVITY –  Artists on Climate Change

Exhibition dates: April 20, 2019 – June 2, 2019

Opening Reception: April 20, 5 – 7pm

Exhibition catalog

Exhibition Jurors:

 Joanne Dominick DeFlorio, is an artist, art educator at Belleville HS in New Jersey, and 2 time Emmy award winner for her CBS and ABC news graphics. 

Lisa Zwerling has had 14 one-person shows in New York City.  The Frye Art Museum in Seattle exhibited 23 paintings and published a catalogue with an essay by Robert Rosenblum. Her work is in collections including the Frye Art Museum, the Bayly Museum, the LaSalle University Art Museum, New York University, and in private collections in the US, Europe, South Africa, and Korea. She was a visiting artist at The American Academy in Rome.  Zwerling currently she teaches at New York University. 

Michael Schwager, Director of the SSU Art Gallery and Professor of Art History


Exhibiting Artists

Jenny E. Balisle
Brandin Baron
Brooke Barttelbort
Bobbi Baugh & John Lewis
Vesna Breznikar
Pat Calabro
Kristen Canda
Sarah Cecil
Belinda Chlouber
Tara Daly 
Vicki Dennis
Joeann Edmonds-Matthew
Thea Evensen
Niloufar (Nilou) Farzam
Paul Ford
Stacey Gregory
Inguna Gremzde
Judy Hiramoto
Randy Johnson
Kevin Kegler
Jennifer Koney
Saskia Krafft
Nicole Martensen
Daniel McCarthy
Scott McInnis 
Barbara Medaille
Connie Millholland 
Nilou Moochhala 
t.c. moore 
Elena Mosko
Michael Neal
Robert O’Dell
Renee Owen
Emily Papale
Barbara Pollak-Lewis
Asia Roberge
Hannah Rothstein
Cynthia Walker
Cheryl Williams
Susan Zimmerman


Earth Day and Climate Change Events

Four Elements Festival on Plaza Street: April 20,  1-5

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CELEBRATE EARTH DAY

Monday, April 22, 6PM Raven Film Center

Screening of “The Human Element” in partnership with Alexander Valley Film Society at the Raven Film Center.
Panel discussion to follow the film moderated by Supervisor James Gore
    Don McEnhill, Russian River Keepers
    Marshal Turbeville, Geyserville Fire
    Ana Lugo, Community Action Partnership
 Brad Sheerwood, Sonoma County Water Agency
Tickets HERE


Sat. MAY 11, 2-3pm:
Climate Change – Dr. Claudia Luke 

3 key challenges relevant to the local community (ie fire, air, floods) , 
How SSU students and partners are solving those challenges and next steps the audience.
 
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The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors – visions and impressions of our world: over, under, beyond and through!

Exhibit Dates: August 31, 2019 – October 20, 2019

Opening Reception: August 31, 5-7pm

Jurors: Samantha Buller, Kathy Birdsong, Jean Warren

Lecture Event:

“Great Outdoors” by Suzanne DeCoursey

Saturday, October 5, 2 PM – 3 PM

Healdsburg Center for the Arts

The Great Outdoors is sponsored by Sonoma Land Trust

… to protect the land forever

 

Great Outdoors Catalog

Exhibiting Artists

Brandin Baron
Jeni Bate 
Kathy Birdsong
Raymond Boyda
Samantha Buller
Anne-Marie De Rivera
Ghilly DeYoung
Joseph Farley
Peter Fronk
MaryEllen Hackett
Chuck Harris
Branka Harris
Anna Homchick
Barbara Medaille
Thomas Morgan
Susan Organ
Marc Rassel
Wen Redmond
Donna Schaffer
Elizabeth Schrey
Elizabeth Selna
Susan Sweet
Lynn Voorhees
Jean Warren

 

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2019 Annual Members Exhibit

 

Healdsburg Center for the Arts is once again supporting artists and their creativity in Perspective and Insight, the annual 2019 Members’ Exhibit.

Exhibit Dates: January 5 – 27, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 5, 5PM – 7PM
with special guest performance by Faith Ako.

2019 Members’ Exhibit Catalog

Exhibiting Artists:

Andrew Akufo
Monika Steele Barrack
Kathy Birdsong
Joyce Delario
Maria C Doglio
Pamela Gordon
Sonya Hammons
Kendra Heath
Anne Hilow
Lutz Hornischer
Roxana Leiva
Nicolie Loustau
Sherri Lovler
Jennifer McGee
Gail Morgan
Pamela l Page
Erinn Pavese
Bill Pfeffer
Christopher St. John
Nicole Schlaeppi
Victoria Schandler
Marinka Solman
Joanne Taeuffer
Barbara L. Talcroft
Colin Talcroft
Rakshika Thakor
Chris Vetrano
Laurie Wachter
David Weitzman
Laura Williams
Nancy Woods

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FIBER

A National Juried Exhibition

Healdsburg Center for the Arts presents a nationwide fiber exhibition.  Intertwined [ fiber from one extreme to the other ]  honors all forms of fiber art expressions, from the humble woven basket to the abstract sculpture and from the traditional tapestry to the conceptual works with a social statement.  65 pieces are featured using a variety of materials- paper, wool, cotton, metal, wood, and plastic and many modes and techniques- weaving, papermaking, felting, dyeing, surface design, sewing, quilting and more. 

To view the entire Intertwined Catalog, click here:

You are invited to these free demos and events, which take place at Healdsburg Center for the Arts, unless otherwise noted:

Saturday, July 21, 5:00–7:00pm
Opening Reception
Saturday, July 28, 11:30–2:00pm
Spinning Wheel Demo with Alisha Reyes of Fiber Circle Studio
Saturday, July 28, at the Art festival
Fibershed display the Wool and Fine Fiber Book 
Saturday, August 4, 2:00-4:00pm 
Modern Tapestry Weaving with Keyaira Terry
Saturday, August 25, 3:00pm- 4:30pm 
Fibershed panel discussion: Reconnection to Land Through Textile Culture  
Ongoing in the HCA gallery: 
A tapestry loom provided by Cast Away Yarn Shop for you to try your hand at weaving!
Monday, September 3, 2:oo–4:00pm
Closing Tea and Artist Salon. This informal gathering is for the artists to talk about their inspirations, and the viewer, their impressions. Tea and light refreshments will be served.
 
Check back often, as we will add workshops!
 

We thank our generous sponsors:

          

 

 
Join the Yarn Hop (contact 707-546-YARN for details)
Saturday, July 21, 2018 – 10:00am to 04:00pm
Sunday, July 22, 2018 – 10:00am to 04:00pm

 

 

 

 

JURORS:

Carole Beadle – Carole Beadle’s long and distinguished career in the field of fiber sculpture has spanned nearly 50 years and has contributed to the adoption of fiber sensibilities throughout the art-making landscape. Beadle earned her bachelor of fine arts from Syracuse University in 1959. She earning the first master of fine arts degree in textiles in 1968 from the California College of Arts and Craft.  Beadle’s innovative off-loom construction techniques became a major contributor to the burgeoning fiber sculpture movement at that time. In 1969 Beadle join the CCA Textiles Program faculty and just recently retired from there. She continues teaching at the College of Marin. Carole Beadle’s groundbreaking work in fiber sculpture has been exhibited nationally and internationally. 

Marlie de Swart – Marlie de Swart is a well known artist in the Bay Area, born in Holland and educated there and in France and the USA. Marlie owns Black Mountain Weavers/Artisans in Point Reyes Station and is on the board of directors for Fibershed. She has been featured in news papers as well as on television by INSP and has had many exhibition, most recently at the Eubank Gallery in Marin.

Vicky Kumpfer – Vicky Kumpfer has worked over 35 years in arts administration in Utah and Sonoma County, California. She received a BFA from the University of Utah, with a sculpture/fiber arts emphasis. Although she is dedicated to supporting the art community, she continues to keep her passion for art making.  Her interests are in the intertwining linear elements of fiber material which when combined create strength, mass and endless possibilities for defining space.

Carol Larson – Carol Larson is a textile artist who explores social and cultural values, such as body image, women’s rights, migration, aging, gun violence, and loss in her narrative work. She uses a variety of media, including dyes and paints, wax, stitch, digital media, found objects as well as vintage linens, handwoven and various types of cloth. Her work is in the corporate art collections of James Irvine Foundation in San Francisco, CA, Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Santa Rosa, CA and John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, CA. She has had 6 solo exhibits of her series Tall Girl: A Body of Work including the National Quilt Museum, Paducah, KY.

 

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