"RED the show" will donate part of the sales to the organization "RED" founded to help people with Aids by Bono and Bobby Shriver in 2006 www.red.org/about
March 6, 2015 from 5-8pm the artists of 4th Street Fine Art will be on hand to share their latest group undertaking. The show is simply called "Red". Each of the participating artists have interpreted that title in their own way. This has created a diverse and charming show. Please come by 2000 4th St @ University, Berkeley 94710 to visit with the artists and enjoy some conversation and camaraderie. For more information visit www.4thstreetfineart.com.
"Condimentos" by Cindy Podren recalls a cafe table setting in San Miguel D'Allende, Mexcio. A bowl of chili powder and a Coca Cola reference in the background stimulate the appetite. Debbie Claussen creates one of her iconic San Francisco Trolleys with a limited palette of red, paynes grey and green. It's a wonderful combination used with virtuosity. Sherrod Blankner, known for her urban buildings offers "Red Façade". All the participating artists have produced their thoughtful and vibrant paintings in the 16"x16" format.
The artists featured in the show are Hallie Strock, Michael Sacramento, Valerie Sobel, Maggie Hurley, Gera Hasse, Prabin Badhia, ShawNshawN, Korianna Kisielprice, Debbie Claussen, Sherrod Blankner and Cindy Podren. Suzane Beaubrun and Ann Marie Hodrick are two of the jewelers participating in the show. They have been very inventive in their offerings. Ann Marie of Hearts Desire Jewelry has created two necklaces one titled "Love" and the other titled "Rage". Stop in to see if you can tell which is which.
4th Street Fine Art is open Friday thru Sunday 11am to 6pm or by appointment (510) 647 8136. We'd love to see you March 6th to get your party on with New Jazz Review see their website at newjazzreview.com!
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