PlacerArts is pleased to announce an exciting show at The Arts Building Gallery, 808 Lincoln Way in Auburn, from through July 31.
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“Peep Show, a Figurative Installation,” focuses on figurative works from an array of renowned artists in the region including Linda Green, Mya Louw, Traci Owens, Blue Reid, Jennifer Riley and Keith Sutter.
Guest curators and teaching artists are Traci Owens, Studio Eight02, and Linda Green of The Arts Building’s ARTspace.
Louw, who recently had successful shows at Blue Line Arts in Roseville and the Crocker Art Museum, provides figurative oils and acrylics.
Reid is presenting all new pastel nudes while Jennifer Riley is installing all new metal artwork.
The show also features new works of Keith Sutter, Auburn photographer.
“Each of the participating artists were chosen because of their beautiful figurative works and the inspiration drawn from them in one way or another,” said Owens. “They are amazing artists and I am honored to be showing with them.”
“Both thought provoking and beautiful, ‘Peep Show’ is truly unique,” said Green. “Each of the artists selected for the show approach the figure in very different ways. I feel fortunate to be showing alongside these artists whose work I have always enjoyed.”
PlacerArts, a nonprofit public benefit agency currently celebrating its jubilee year, is the catalyst for the arts and humanities in Placer County, designated by the County Board of Supervisors as the state local partner of the California Arts Council, a state agency.
For more information visit PlacerArts.org or contact Angela Tahti, executive director, by calling 530-885.5670.