Kids’ Arts collaborates with WAV, with a project by WAV artist Nancy DeLucrezia to bring awareness to the negative effects of buying and using plastic bottles. The chalk drawing concept is by Sarah Kalvin. A video produced by Alignment Matrix, Inc., is directed by Stew Birbrower. It will have a rap-like tune by Montino Bourbon. The video can be viewed on both www.AlignmentMatrix.com and on YouTube in the near future.
Davey Miller pulls noted jazz musicians to the WAV Theater Gallery May 11, 2013 to entertain upwards to 50 guests. Musicians from Los Angeles and Ojai rock the room!
Twenty years in the making, Art City has evolved into a dynamic environment that allows artists to create in an artistically supportive atmosphere. Paul Lindhard had a vision of a place where sculptors could work together and sell their art. Art City Studios is the culmination of that vision. Read more: http://artcitystudios.com/
See the online 805 Living Magazine article featuring Art City:
http://online.publicationprinters.com/launch.aspx?eid=fe938540-b7c8-4cf3-816c-b630426e6531&pnum=60 See page 60.
Lindhard's touch, to the City of Ventura
Erik Abel created the event artwork for the 2013 National Cherry Blossom Festival. 18″x24″ posters as well as t-shirts and more. Read more and see other artwork by Abel at: http://www.abelarts.com/blog/page/2
Erik and Nellie were flown to DC and received a warm spring welcome. Abel signed posters for grateful collectors.
Congratulations Abel for all your accomplishments. The eyes of the WAV are on you!
“Hosey’s pieces strut their uselessness through his keen but unfussy attention to their details. Their merger of strict geometry with a rough circular-saw attack suggests a convergence, possibly inevitable from Hosey’s generational vantage point, of minimalist and post-minimalist aesthetics.” Kenneth Baker
Check out the latest on WAV artist Matt Hosey in an article written by notable art writer Kenneth Baker. Read more: http://www.sfchronicle.com/art/article/Off-the-Wall-Darren-Waterston-review-4487411.php?t=6cd8d8e122
“One of the best-known art writers in the U.S., Kenneth Baker began his career at the Boston Phoenix and has been the resident art critic at the San Francisco Chronicle since 1983. He covers a wide range of contemporary and historical art exhibitions.” Oriane Stender from Artnet.com
Congratulations Matt for getting the good word from Baker! We at WAV look forward to following your career.
Vonder was back at the WAV for a Sky Diver performance April 2013. The Theater Gallery was filled with her swirling abstracts and Vonder portraits that tell the story of a lifetime of ups and downs. Just like any sky diver would expect out of life.
Mike Tine’s work was up again in the Theater Gallery for a week long solo exhibit that brought friends and community visitors to see his very eclectic body of work. Multiple imagery marks Tine’s style and innovation is an understatement. March 2013.
Mike Tine, 3rd from the left, with guests from the WAV and beyond.
Dan FLowers and Diane Ippel gather other musicians for a Song Circle. Each musician picks a tune they know and the others play along. It was great fun and it will be happening each month. Bring friends and family, 7 to 9 pm at the WAV Theater Gallery.
Also pictured above is Miyuki Harley, Rachel Flowers and Scotty McCurry.
Check the Performance Page or the Calendar Page for updates. Free admission.