Everything listed under: art-openings

  • RENDER

    A pop-up exhibition curated by Noel-Baza Fine Art featuring
    3 San Diego artists
    November 14 to January 4

    Featured Artists: 
    Marianela de la Hoz, Bhavna Mehta, Lynn Susholtz

    Extended Gallery Hours ~ Saturday, December 13th 6-9pm
    Ongoing Gallery Hours ~ Thursday-Saturday 1-5pm

    Included in RENDER are paintings, drawings and cut paper compositions that reflect the artists themselves, their devotions, commitments and that which brings them joy or gives them sorrow. Each artist in her own way shows us that Art itself is a transformative process. Read more...


  • Waving the Flag


    William Feeney
    July 1 to August 28

    Opening Reception ~ Saturday, July 12th 6-9pm

    Artist Talk ~ Saturday, August 9th 7:30pm

     "My art is about the intersection of an individual and an institution. The place where things are exposed, negotiated, and solved. My art is about questions, even when it implies answers." Read more...


  • Glamour at the End of Time

    Alexia Markarian
    March 1 to April 27

    Opening Reception ~ Saturday, March 8th 6-9pm

    Artist Talk ~ Saturday, April 12th 7pm

    Markarian creates an art boutique to consider and explore the expressive power inherent in everyday objects. These articles, altered by scale, juxtaposition and unconventional materials, become something more complicated, intriguing and mysterious. Meant to amuse and provoke, this work subverts our senses and conventional assumptions about utility, beauty and glamour. Read more...


  • !SPEAK!

    Barbara Sexton
    November 5 to January 5

    Opening Reception ~ Saturday, November 9th 6-9pm

    In this exhibit of photos and photomontages, Sexton is engaging in a conversation centered on power and control, both the kind that result from unseen, elemental forces and those imposed by the privileged class on the individual.  Read more...


  • Time Came Around

    Cindy Zimmerman, Family, and Friends
    August 27 to October 27

    Artist Talk ~ Saturday, October 12th 7pm

    Community artist Cindy Zimmerman creates an installation without a clear endpoint, a series of riffs on time, play, attachment, and change – featuring altered patio furniture, paintings, assemblages, and zines.

    The show takes its title from Kurt Weill’s September Song, in which someone old tries to reach a bargain with someone young. Zimmerman’s installation brings together her work – new, old, and re-purposed – with works by her grandchildren and their dads when they were young.  Read more...


  • Green Art Parade

    Green Public Art Consultancy
    Exhibit July 8 to August 18

    Parade ~ Saturday, August 10th  7-8pm

    Workshop ~ Thursday, August 8th  5-6pm

    A curated street spectacle of portable sculptures, art bikes, green fashion and performances by Southern California artists with a message about our environment.  Participating PARADE artists: Dia Bassett, Janelle Despot, Suki Berry and Friends, A. Laura Brody, Richard Gleaves, Terri Hughes, Miki Iwasaki and the Bakery Design Collective, David Krimmel and Benjamin Lavender.  Read More...


  • Baked Fresh Daily

    Monroe Clark Middle School Student Art at Bread & Cie
    June 7 to July 9, Open Daily 7am-6pm

    Opening Reception ~ Friday, June 14th 5-7pm

    What to do with thousands of misprinted paper bags?  MAKE ART!

    Students from the New Arrival Center at Monroe Clark Middle School have been working with Lynn Susholtz (Stone Paper Scissors) creating art that tells stories of their travels from their home countries. This spring the students visited Bread & Cie Bakery and Cafe in addition to several galleries, museums, & public art sites. Students created images and text in mixed media on unused recycled bread bags.  Read More...


  • Altered Horizons

    San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Presents- Altered Horizons 

    April 6 to May 19th - Opening Reception Saturday April 13, 6-9pm.

    From two-dimensional works to video and installation pieces, seven artists from San Diego and Tijuana explore contemporary space and offer a bi-cultural glimpse of what the future might hold.   Artists; Qais Al-Sindy, Luis Alderete, Jennifer Bennet, Antonio Escalante, Lisa Hutton, Selena Marinello and César Vázquez.  Read more...


  • Rm 469 Art Building South

    San Diego State University Jewelry/ Metalwork Graduate Students
    May 23 to June 30

    Opening Reception ~ Saturday, June 1st  6-9pm

    Jewelry Sale ~ Saturday, June 8th  6-9pm
    View new pieces and purchase wearable art!

    The Jewelry & Metalwork program at San Diego State University encourages and assists students in the development of a mature artistic statement based upon intellectual, aesthetic and technical capabilities.  Creativity and technique are stressed equally.  Read more...


  • Grand Opening

    In the news- Art and Dessert an Intriguing Combo.. To read click HERE in the San Diego Union Trib. and click HERE Since 1999, when Stone Paper Scissors, the design enterprise headed by Lynn Susholtz took over the North Park Produce Company on University Avenue and converted it into Art Produce Gallery, that space has been in a state of nearly constant transformation and invigoration....

  • eat here now

    Gallery and Garden Events April 14 through May 20
    Opening Reception April 14, 6-9pm

    Imagining a community of very very local food
    FREE music, film, panel discussion -

    Let’s start here, in North Park, an older, built-out community with a lot of asphalt. If we can grow food here, we can make something important happen, because the benefits of growing food locally are profound: The average meal in the United States travels over 1500 miles from farm to table. What if we ... Read More

  • Lois Stecker Photos

    Lois SteckerCloses March 25th
    Gallery Hours This Week, Thurs.-Sun.  noon-4pm


    Lois Stecker was a San Diego-based painter and photographer who passed away last September, at the age of 92. Lois was well-known in the regional art scene; for over four decades she attended virtually every art opening in town, and always brought along her camera to photograph art and artists. What people may not know about Lois is that she was a compulsive photographer, who used her camera to record everything in life that she loved: family, friends, parties, art, food, pets, flowers, her house, the world. As a result Lois left behind her many many thousands of photos… far more than her family knew what to do with. Read more.

  • Reflections

    A Collaboration with Eveoke Dance Theatre
    January 27 – February 19, 2012

    At Art Produce
    Choreography by Ericka Aisha Moore
    Visual Art by Lynn Susholtz & Araceli Carrera

    A feast of movement and visual art intertwined, Reflections is a powerful portrait of 6 little known women who have affected history in a profound way. Can we find our own reflection within the faces and stories of these courageous women? Read reviews, view photos and more at our Reflections page.

  • Architects by Force

    Maria Teresa Fernández

    "These photographs depict a dialogue between form and material, between the patterns and textures, all of which combine with the wild range of colors to create a cacophonous dialect. The constructions summon the spirit and creativity of those Mexican Architects who solely want to achieve their objective; a tranquil and covered space for their family to feel protected: a HOME." Read more...


  • ARTERIA by Todd Partridge

    September 2 - October 2, 2011
    Gallery Reception September 10, 6-9 pm

    Our network of roads and freeways are the arteries of the built environment. We depend on them as we do the blood vessels in our bodies: they are the delivery systems for the things that enable us to live. Read more

  • Things I Never Say

    Trish Stone

    Trish Stone's new media artworks challenge corporate culture by inserting her personal narrative into surveillance media. In "Things I Never Say," she physically steps into the frame of San Diego's privately owned publicly accessible webcams, using the surveillance site as an opportunity for performance. Read more...


  • "Possessive/Obsessive"

    April 9, 2011 - May 7, 2011
    Opening Reception Saturday, April 9, 6-9 pm

    An installation of work by Brianna Rigg, Edward Kihn & Noah Doely curated by David White as part of the offsite series of exhibitions happening in conjunction with the 2011 UCSD Visual Arts Open studios. Read more.
  • Oilwhelmed

    Terri Hughes-Oelrich

    "Oil wells, derricks, pumpers, oil islands are beautiful in Huntington Beach, CA, my childhood city. Over our backyard fence, a gated oil pumper rocked up and down most days. My brother swore he rode on top of one once. I picture him pretending he’s surfing on the oil pumper. As I returned to visit my hometown with my children, I noticed the drastic changes from when I was little." Read more...