Thursday, December 2, 2010

Charles Pruitt, Beth Sargent & Alison Watt Jackson—Featured Artists

Gallery at Marina Square Presents Our Featured Artist Exhibit for December 2010


   
A Featured Artist Reception will be held Friday, December 10th from 5-8pm at Gallery at Marina Square

The photographs of Charles Pruitt, Beth Sargent and Alison Watt Jackson are on exhibit from December 1st through December 29th.

Charles Pruitt, Photographer
Early on, Chuck began working in large and medium film formats, abstract photography using color infrared film and long exposures; often taking a 4x5 Crown Graphic on backpacking trips. While in college he combined chemistry and photo classes to recreate historic techniques of wet plate negatives, cyanotypes, platinum and albumin printing methods. Chuck received state and national recognition for his experimental prints. Chuck took up digital photography in 2004, however he also still uses his 50+ year old Hassleblad.

Beth Sargent, Photographer
Beth’s interest in photography started in the 1970’s while in College. In time, her interest grew into a passion that really shines through her award winning photography of today. Her work is shown worldwide. Her passion is photographing nature

Alison Watt-Jackson, Photographer
Alison is interested in old and unwanted objects and the stories they have to tell. She is drawn to shapes such as triangles, circles, and abstract patterns that strike a subconscious primal cord of familiarly and creative design.

Gallery at Marina Square
601 Embarcadero #10, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Open Daily 10am - 6pm
805-772-1068

Central Coast Watercolor Society—Guest Artists

Gallery at Marina Square Presents Our Guest Artist Exhibit for December 2010: The Central Coast Watercolor Society 

The extraordinary watercolor paintings of members of the Central Coast Watercolor Society will be on exhibit from December 1st through the 29th, 2010

An Artist Reception will be held Friday, December 10th from 5-8pm at Gallery at Marina Square

The Central Coast Watercolor Society, provides opportunities for interested persons to associate with others having a mutual interest in Watercolors and to engage in activities that give expression to such interest. To encourage greater public awareness and appreciation for the medium of watercolor through exhibitions, demonstrations, classes, lectures, and workshops. To encourage individual creative growth, drawing and painting skills with the medium of watercolor. To encourage the sharing of ideas and common interests. To encourage all-member exhibitions at various locations.

Many of the participants are award winning artists.

Gallery at Marina Square
601 Embarcadero #10, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Open Daily 10am - 6pm
805-772-1068