“When I was younger, I painted in acrylic, oil and watercolor. Then for many years, while working and raising a family, I painted exclusively in watercolors. About three years ago, I decided to experiment with painting again in acrylics and began studying with Lisa Rosenstreich at Mendocino College,” Ms. Malone explained.
In April, the Corner Gallery’s featured show will be “Transitions": new works by Linda Malone.
The show will highlight both watercolors and acrylic paintings that revolve around natural themes.
Blue Lotus by Linda Malone
Deep Dive by Linda Malone
“The result has been an expansion of my range of work and formats. It has been exciting to work on a larger scale and with a medium that allows for an infinite amount of experimentation.”
“The theme transitions is not just about the before and after, but also about the spaces in between. The space between the exhale of breathe and the beginning of the next one. The space between a joint and bone, the breaking of a wave and the water flowing back into the ocean, between the cessation of one thought and the beginning of the next one. When we pay close attention we start to experience a richer reality. One of the gifts of being a painter is learning to really see.”
Yellow Lotus by Linda Malone
“Transitions” will run from April 3 through April 27.
The Corner Gallery is located at 201 South State St.,
Ukiah, CA and is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm.
The First Friday reception will be April 5,
from 5:00 to 8:00pm, all are invited.
Isabel Lopez paintings will be featured April 3rd-27th 2019
at the Corner Gallery, located at 201 South State St.,Ukiah, CA
and is open Tuesday-Saturday,
The First Friday reception
will be April 5,
from 5:00 to 8:00pm,
all are invited.
A misfit girl. The odd one.
The one that never found her place within a crowd. “La Niña Rara” as I’ve been called. I’ve been called crazy.
But I have “to be crazy to see a blank canvas and see a work of art”
as John Chapman once said.
This eccentric girl, has found her place with art. With art, my true colors shine. My emotions are brought to life,
and I feel alive.
Art Center Ukiah April's show
The Greek goddess Gaia is the ancestral mother of all life; the primal Mother Earth goddess. And the first Earth Day, which was held on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. Where do these two concepts intersect in your mind? Representational or abstract, we are hoping to see your inspirations in all media.
Open to all Mendocino and Lake County residents, $25 fee for the first entry, $10 for each subsequent entry, with checks made out to Art Center Ukiah. Completed entry forms and all ready-to-hang work must be delivered to the Corner Gallery (201 S State St in Ukiah) no later than 5:00pm on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Late entries will not be accepted. Artists are encouraged to email photos of their submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by the middle of March for possible inclusion in the publicity for the show.
A refund check will be mailed
to the artist for any work not accepted in the show.
The First Friday
show opening is
April 5 from 5-8pm.