“Location – Location – Location!” . . . may be the rule of real estate but what does it mean to
the artists at the Lafayette Art Gallery? First, it means the Gallery has a new location with almost twice the space, three times the windows and light, and an artistic heritage at The Forge, built on Mt. Diablo Blvd. by the noted metal artist Carl Jennings in 1946.
For the individual artist, location can mean a favorite location to paint plein air, or their favorite spot in their studio. It can also denote where artist is in at a given time in the trajectory of their artistic career.
Regardless of the meaning, we are celebrating “Location” with the new exhibit opening March 4
and running through May 3. Come by and view the over 100 works of original art by our local members.
Swim on in for an interesting art experience all here in one "Location, Location, Location".
A trio now on view from Pat Hayashi, Geoff Meredith and Marsha Ramp.
Ceramics by Kurt Fehlberg and glass by Polly Bradbury from the many new pieces on display.
Three from Susan Erickson's new Rain Series.
Among new jewelry creations by Gallery artisans these from Irenka Kudlicki and Karin Lechner.