Thursday, March 24, 2011

ARTIST: Jacalyn Lopez Garcia


Biography (from 
"Jacalyn López García was born in Monrovia, California to a Mexican-American father (Henry Lee Lopez) from Las Animas, Colorado and a Mexican mother (Sara Quiroz Lopez) from Colonia Dublán in Chihuahua. She grew up in Santa Ana and was educated in the Santa Ana Unified School District."

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A few links to her exhibitions/projects:

Life Cycles: Reflections of Change and A
New Hope for Future Generations

Good Girl Goldie: In Search of the Mago


Monday, March 21, 2011

Redlands Young Artist Festival

Are you a young artist between the ages of 5-21 and interested in showing and selling your art?

Please follow the link below to learn more about how you can participate in the Redlands Young Artist Festival taking place on Saturday, April 16 from 10:00 – 4:00 in downtown Redlands on State Street and Ed Hales Park.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

EXHIBIT: Indigo Gallery (Pomona, CA)

From an article on The Press Enterprise (link: 
"Hometown: Riverside
Background: Cosme Cordova's artwork depicts his experience living between two worlds. Born in Mexico and brought to the U.S. at a young age by his father, Cordova synthesizes his cultural heritage with his adopted American lifestyle into powerful and symbolic images and paintings.
Today, Cordova is the owner of Division 9 Gallery in downtown Riverside, which he founded in 2001."

Want to learn more about Cosme Cordova? Here's a great video!


EXHIBIT: Latino Art Museum

7th. Women International Show
March 3 – March 26, 2011

Monday, March 7, 2011



Student Invitational 2011
April 16 – May 26, 2011
Artist's reception: April 20, 6-8pm

Chaffey College and the Wignall Museum proudly present the 34th annual student invitational exhibition, Student Invitational 2011, a juried exhibition featuring a select number of Chaffey College student artists. In this competitive program, the selected artists present new work in various media. The student artists are also trained in professional practices. This rigorous course culminates in an exhibition of work created during spring term at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art. Artists include: Donald Dreyer, Chris Hackworth, Rachel Hurton, Evert Munguia, Jaime Muñoz, Rachel Alexis Park, Jessica Pavone, Nicole Rodriguez and Cherie Savoie.