The Fairfield-Suisun Town Visible Arts Association would like to invite you to be a part of us for the 5th Once-a-year FSVAA High School Scholar Art Display. The clearly show characteristics artwork by youthful and wonderful artists from Solano County’s superior faculties. The show opened on February 26 and runs by March 14 at the Solano Town Center Gallery located at 1350 Travis Blvd., Fairfield in the Solano Town Heart. Gallery hrs are Wednesday by means of Sunday 11am to 6pm.
More than 60 items of artwork had been submitted this calendar year. Types of this year’s display include things like acrylic, oil, and watercolor painting along with mixed media, sculpture, colour photography, b & w photography, digital artwork, and drawings.
Solano County substantial educational facilities taking part contain Vacaville High, Will C. Wood Higher Vacaville, Fairfield High, Armijo Significant, Angelo Rodriquez High Fairfield, and St. Patrick Saint Vincent Significant school Vallejo.
For the duration of the show you can also see the awesome wood carvings by another a person of our highlighted artist Doug Cooper. Doug has his collection of carved people that consist of cowboys, sailors, animals, and acrylic paintings. Included in this demonstrate is also a assortment of associates artwork that consist of acrylic paintings, watercolor paintings, photos, mixed media, and glass.
Highlighted artist Dennis Ariza has extended his Bodie art present and the sale of his e-book and calendar, “Bodie, A Ghost City!” by means of March 14.
For extra information, make sure you speak to Dennis Ariza, Solano Town Center Gallery Director at 707-688-8889.
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