Event Title
INTERVALS, featuring work by Gene Davis, Kenneth N
Name Scott White Contemporary Art
Address 939 W. Kalmia Street
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours Gallery hours: Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm By appointment
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-501-5689
Email info@scottwhiteart.com
Web Site http://www.scottwhiteart.com
Contact Kathleen Crain  
Fee Free
Reception Date 3-12-2010
Dates Starts On 3-12-2010   Ends On 5-8-2010
Opening Days
Event Description SWCA presents INTERVALS, an exhibition featuring paintings by Gene Davis, Kenneth Noland and Tim Bavington opening Friday, March 12, 2010, on view through Saturday, May 8, 2010. The opening reception will take place in the gallery on Friday, March 12, 2010, from 6:00-8:00pm. The reception is free and open to the public. INTERVALS explores the colorful work of Gene Davis, Kenneth Noland and Tim Bavington, all of whom depict bands of stripes that study color, rhythm and pattern. A number of the paintings refer to musical compositions, studying beats, melodies and moods conveyed by compositions by musicians that each artist took influence from. While Gene Davis and Kenneth Noland were prolific painters in the 1960's, the contemporary artist Tim Bavington carries forward the tradition brought upon by the work of Noland and Davis.

Event Title
Name Oceanside Museum of Art
Address 704 Pier View Way
City Oceanside
State CA
Zip 92054
Opening Hours
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 760-435-3720
Email danielle@oma-online.org
Web Site http://www.oma-online.org
Contact Danielle Susalla  
Fee Admission to Art After Dark is $25, or $20 for OMA members and includes art, music, performances, and complimentary refreshments.
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 3-12-2010   Ends On 3-12-2010
Opening Days
Event Description Feed the art side of your brain at Info-Topia, OMA’s‘Art After Dark’. The Ancient Gallery will present Total Information Awareness, an interactive black light installation assembled from mass-produced cultural icons on view in our Groves Gallery. In this mystical black light room you can experience avant-garde dance and acro-yoga performers in UV reactive costumes, and body models air brushed in glow in the dark designs. Participate in the UV reactive group art project, or have your body adorned by body painting artist Anh Pham. Listen to the techno-fusion funk beats of dual DJ’s Michael Scott & Gato Blanco while sampling fine handcrafted beer in San Diego by The Lost Abbey Brewery or wine tasting from PRP Wine International Inc. Sushi delights provided by Miso Harney and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres from Santino’s Pizza. Exhibitions on view: Industrial Alchemy: John Zabrucky, Plastic Fantastic Allison Renshaw, Discoveries in Dystopia: Gregg Brotherton, and permanent collection.

Event Title
“Barbara Weldon: Color and Texture Infused”
Name Perry L. Meyer Fine Art
Address 2400 Kettner Blvd, Suite 104
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours Gallery Hours: Tues thru Thur: 11 – 5 p.m., Fri & Sat: 11 - 6 p.m. or by appointment
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 6193589512
Email pmeyer3583@aol.com
Web Site http://plmeyerfineart.com
Contact Perry L. Meyer  
Reception Date 3-12-2010
Dates Starts On 3-12-2010   Ends On 5-1-2010
Opening Days March 12, 2010 – May 1, 2010. Opening reception in conjunction with Kettner Nights, Friday, March 12, 2010 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Event Description “I wanted to do, not teach, and I knew I'd never have time for my own work if I was teaching” Barbara Weldon . Perry L. Meyer Fine Art presents an exhibition of paintings and mixed media on paper by the late San Diego artist Barbara Weldon. The exhibition will be available for viewing Friday, March 12, 2010 - Saturday, May 1, 2010. The opening reception for this significant exhibition is Friday, March 12, 2010 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., in conjunction with Kettner Nights presented by galleries and artists of the art and design district of Little Italy NORTH. Perry L. Meyer has been a private art dealer for 30 years, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints, and other works on paper from the 18th century to contemporary works. With a keen eye and knowledge that he has acquired through his life-long love and passion for graphics and works on paper, Perry Meyer opened a public gallery space in June 2006, located in the booming art and design district in Little Italy in the historical Studio Arts Building on Kettner Blvd. Painting was always Barbara’s passion. As a child she loved the smell of oil and turpentine in her gramdmother’s house. To fulfill her aspirations and support her family art was the career answer. “She put everything on the line to be an artist,” said her daughter, Laura Weldon-Sweany of Del Cerro. This passion and dedication to her artwork has secured Barbara Weldon a place among today’s great American contemporary artists. Her work is in many major corporate, private and museum collections. La Jolla, San Francisco, Chicago, Santa Fe, New York and Tokyo are just some of the cities she exhibited in. She was a member of many diverse local art organizations and won numerous awards as a professional artist. Barbara was born in Yuma, Ariz. in 1931. Eight years later her family moved to San Diego. She attended San Diego State, with a major in mathematics and a minor in art. Although her first art media was watercolors, after taking classes at UCSD, she transitioned to painting, printmaking and collage. By the early 1970’s her artistic career was solidified as she transitioned from juried shows to solo and museum exhibitions. Acquaintances, colleagues and business associates described Barbara as a warm, outgoing person. Her home/studio was filled with antiquities and art, many pieces picked up from her extensive travels in the US and abroad. Barbara was inspired by everything around her. From structured, architectural, bolder lines to organic, textural and rhythmic styles, her works were created from her cultural, travel and life experiences; they are thought provoking expressions of beauty and substance. Her multifaceted style reflects what she absorbed from her surroundings and memories, never limited but enhanced by the materials she utilized. Mirroring life’s constant changes, her oil paintings were impressionistic, rich and colorful; her later works were more textural, many with accents of gold foil and collage. Barbara, diagnosed in 2002 with multiple myeloma, passed away Oct. 9, 2007 in La Jolla, CA at the age of 76. “Barbara Weldon was an extraordinarily accomplished and talented artist,” said Hugh Davies, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Jose Tasende of the Tasende Gallery, La Jolla, Ca.,where Barbara last exhibited, described her artwork as “poetic representations” of nature and her visions from traveling.

Event Title
Fine Art Festival VI
Name San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild
Address San Diego Museum of Art 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours Special Preview Friday 5 - 8:30 PM Saturday 10 - 6 PM Sunday 11 - 5 PM
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-684-5196
Email janed@san.rr.com
Web Site http://www.sdmaag.org
Contact Jane Darin  
Fee Special Preview Friday: $10 Museum Members/ $20.00 non-members; Saturday & Sunday $5 Museum Members/ $10 non-members Every ticket holder receives a voucher for $20.00 toward the purchase of $200 or m
Reception Date 3-12-0
Dates Starts On 3-12-2010   Ends On 3-14-2010
Opening Days Special Preview Friday March 12 from 5- 8:30 PM
Event Description This is your opportunity to meet and develop a relationship with 26 award winning local artists indoors in booths in the beautiful James S. Copley Auditorium and choose your artwork to purchase.

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