• Oct
    7

    Oct 7 - Nov 6, 2015. "Pierre Picot: Take Me There"

    Oct 7 - Nov 6, 2015. There is a tactile feel to his artist’s hand, akin to the effect of Charles Burchfield’s work yet entirely his own. We sense his drawing acumen and relish his assertive and yet fanciful line quality. The works bridge painting and drawing and offer a rich example of a well-crafted window into a mysterious and magical world.


  • Oct
    7

    Oct 7 - Nov 6, 2015: "Lore and Behold: The Art of Carole Caroompas"

    Oct 7 - Nov 6, 2015. Carole Caroompas’ multi-layered composite works juxtapose elements of pop culture, fairy tale lore, advertising icons, and crochet-like designs from hand-crafted patterns often found in thrift stores. These disparate, post-modern fragments are compositionally woven together into a playful, family album-like scrapbook, affectionately nodding to our shared popular experience. Lore and Behold: The Art of Carole Caroompas Oct 7 - Nov 6, 2015


  • Aug
    3

    Aug 3 - Sept 11, 2015: "Setting Forth" The Annual Faculty Show

    Exhibition Dates: Aug 17 - Sept 11, 2015.

    The galleries at Pasadena City College are proud to present the Annual Faculty Show in the Boone Family Gallery. This year’s theme ‘setting forth” is meant to suggest the notion of setting forth a good example. Our faculty in the Visual Arts department aspires to model excellence as educators, practicing artists and human beings.


  • Aug
    3

    Aug 3 - Sept 11, 2015: "The Multi-faceted Norman Abbey"

    Aug 3 - Sept 11, 2015. It is with great pride that Pasadena City College presents this sampling of the varied and skillful works of professor emeritus Norman Abbey. Throughout the many stages of his art career, Abbey has explored a wide range of mediums including painting, graphic design and photography.


  • Feb
    23

    Feb 23 - Apr 4, 2015: Artist In Residence, Mario Ybarra Jr. with Slanguage

    Feb 23 - Apr 4, 2015. Mario Ybarra Jr.‘s art practice inhabits the intersection of the globalized “art world” and the specific cultural experiences of Mexican-Americans living in Southern California. His work has adopted many forms—including sculptural installation, painting, photography and performance—extending to the socially-engaged activities of the collective Slanguage, which he co-founded with Karla Diaz in 2002. Based in Wilmington, California, Slanguage embraces what the group calls “a three-pronged approach to art-making,” including education, community-building, and interactive exhibitions.


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