The Kingsley Art Club’s board of directors of the long standing Crocker-Kingsley is pleased to announce a new partnership that includes both the Crocker Art Museum and Blue Line Gallery in Roseville for their biannual show.
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The show will open on Nov. 17 and run through Jan. 5 at the Blue Line Gallery, 405 Vernon St. in Roseville.
The show was first juried in 1940, a tradition that continues to the present day.
Past exhibitors have included many premier names in American and California art, including Robert Arneson, Kathryn Uhl Ball, Elmer Bischoff, Fred Dalkey, David Gilhooly, Ralph Goings, Gregory Kondos, Roland Petersen, Mel Ramos, Ruth Rippon, Fritz Scholder and Wayne Thiebaud.
This year, 75 works of art will be on display.
There is also a special award that will feature award winners at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. Work will be selected by juror Michael Duncan, corresponding editor for “Art in America.” Award winners will be exhibited at the Crocker Art Museum from Feb. 3 to May 5, 2013.
Roseville Arts’ Blue Line Gallery is a non-profit community center for the arts.
Further information can be found on the Website rosevillearts.org or by calling 916-783-4117.