Thisa is the last week to experience The Pasadena Society of Artists’ latest edition of its Artist’s Choice Exhibition, a labor of love, passion, creativity, and uniqueness (and commerce, too, because all the artwork is available for purchase). The enthralling shows is at Whites Fine Art Gallery located at 2414 Honolulu Avenue in Montrose, California. It will be a labor of love, passion, creativity, and uniqueness (and commerce, too, because all the artwork will be available for purchase).
Artwork in this exhibition has been created or selected by the artist and many are new works not previously seen by the public. Exhibition Chair Tom Oldfield says, “The PSA Artists Choice Exhibit is our version of a creative/artistic free-for-all. This is an exhibit where the members can push their creative envelope and submit work that they might not submit for a juried exhibition. This may be work of a different style or creative medium. Whatever it is, this is our opportunity to show work that we are proud of that would not be in a typical exhibit. Take your time and enjoy the art.”
The exhibition closes on Saturday, October 29. Concurrently the exhibition can be viewed at ISSUU.com or the PSA website: www.PasadenaSocietyofArtists.org. A printed catalog will be available for purchase.
PSA has been presenting Artist’s Choice exhibitions since 2009. This is the 9th exhibition in this ongoing series.
Forty-two members are exhibiting 73 artworks. Media includes oil, acrylic, ceramics, pen and ink, collage, watercolor, traditional and digital photography, encaustic, etching, aquatint, mixed media, digital art, graphite, colored pencil, and pastel.
Entrants include Cyndi Bemel, Arnor Bieltvedt, Mariko Bird, MariBeth Baloga, KALLENA Karen Chutsky Naud, Liz Crimzon, Dominique Day, Marion Dies, Roger Dolin, Darien Donner, Karen Duckles, Martin Ehrlich, Mims Ellis, Maryellen Eltgroth, Sandy Fisher, Emily Goff, Karen Hochman Brown, R. Rene Hoffman, Karen M Holgerson, Marvin Jackson, Jeffry Jensen, Nora Koerber, Joanna Kos, Warner LeMénager, Danny Mattijetz, Tom Oldfield, Victor Picou, Mike Pitzer, Rebecca Pollack, Rhonda Raulston, Serana Refoua, Jean Richardson, S. A. Smith, Robert Michael Sullivan, Kathleen Swaydan, Barbara Thorn, Suzanne Urquiza, Tsvetelina Valkov, Gayle Westrate, Sean Yang, and Carolyn Young.
Founded in 1925, the Pasadena Society of Artists is one of the area’s original professional artist groups. The Society is noted for its vigorous, active membership, wide diversity of artistic statement, and high professional standards. Membership is by juried submission.
PSA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to present the works of its many talented and creative artists to the community of Pasadena and surrounding areas. Combining an active tradition of community participation and partnering with local community arts organizations, as well as philanthropic, humanitarian, and educational institutions, PSA endeavors to enhance public awareness of art and the enriching qualities it brings to our lives.
For more information about PSA please visit www.PasadenaSocietyofArtists.org