Blue Line in Roseville is pleased to exhibit “Metropolis” in the WestPark Workshop Gallery from Thursday, Jan.10 through Feb.16. Using inspiration from the iconic New York City backdrop to the wonders of the San Francisco skyline, this multi-artist exhibition will feature artworks depicting a range of cityscapes.
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Participating artists include: Priscilla Ameneyro, Charles Asher, Jeffery Beckerleg, Marianne Bland, Karen Burns, Edward Chaney, Lisa Cooperman, Julie Garcia, Don Hall, Lee Kavaljian, Paige Labrie, Lang Lew, Barbara Maurizi, Daniel Mendoza, Bobbi Mercouri, Jack Mix, Carilyn Moyer, Timothy Mulligan, Christine Muratore, The Pixeladies, Robert Porter, Susan Raines, Bill Reed, David Robertson, Margo Scarpulla, Jeanne Schmidt, Niloofar Shojaei, Joe Strickland, Jennifer Swanson, Jenny Woo and Jenny Wren.
The “Metropolis”exhibit will run Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment at Blue Line, 405 Vernon St., Suite 100, in Roseville. There will be live music with the Jazz Company featuring Gary Woods, Alan Ginter and Cody Wilson.
Further information can be found on the Website at bluelinearts.org or by calling 916-783-4117.