My artwork references the human condition—the fact that we alter the surface of the planet in both strange and beautiful ways.
The opening reception for the 79th Crocker-Kingsley Exhibit on January 19th at Blue Line Arts was a great time had by all! It was a very well-attended event, celebrating and enjoying the work of California artists.
It's always an honor to be included in the biennial Crocker-Kingsley. My recent work, Reconnoitering Deception Pass, was selected this year. I was also invited to give an artist's lecture as part of the reception. Thanks to everyone who attended to hear more about my artistic process and to learn more about my body of work – including my early years doing performance and installation pieces.
If you weren't able to make it to the reception, there's still plenty of time to go see this exceptional show. The exhibit closes on February 23, 2019.
One of my recent works, Reconnoitering Deception Pass, has been selected for the 2019 Crocker-Kingsley Exhibition, which is being hosted by Blue Line Arts. Chosen by juror David Pagel, the exhibit features over 80 works by California artists.
I've been fortunate to have my work included in previous shows: 1998, 2000, and in 2012 my piece Fourth of Five Attempts to Attract A Mockingbird was awarded 2nd Prize. This year I will also be giving an artist's lecture at the opening reception on Saturday, January 19th.
As with past exhibits, the 79th Crocker-Kingsley at Blue Line Arts promises to be a fantastic show. It's a diverse showcase of living artists working throughout California. I hope to see you at the reception. If you can't make it on the 19th, please plan a visit to the gallery to enjoy all of the art—the exhibit runs through February 23rd.
TOM GEHRIG fine art