Monday Through Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Ann Chadwick Reid
Feb. 4th - Mar. 1st, 2013
The imagery in Ann Chadwick Reid's cut black paper silhouettes reflects her observations about how human behavior shapes the communities we live in. Her work addresses the struggle in her rural community to see existing landscape as romantic pristine environment, a valley for abundant farming or an opportunity for suburban growth. There are different opinions on who owns the view or what is appropriate for landscape. Some of these perceptions determine the way lands and environments change and create tensions between vying perceptions of how land could or should be used.
Ann Chadwick Reid, View
(cut paper, 22” x 36”, 2011)
Black and White
Mar. 4th - Apr. 12th, 2013
In her profession as a mental health counselor and in her 30-year passion for ceramic, Judith McCarthy has developed a penchant for celebrating contrasts in clay and in life in general. Her exquisitely crafted ceramic vessels in porcelain and raku are variations on the theme of black and white, and as in her profession, she celebrates the endless possibilities.
Judith McCarthy, Big Flange Pot
(naked raku, 3” x 14” x 14”, 2011)
Associate of Fine Art Graduate Show
Apr. 15th - May 17th, 2013
The current graduates of Shoreline's Associate of Fine Art Degree will present samples of their work. Shoreline offers two direct transfer degrees with concentration in the visual arts: an AFAS in studio art, and an AFAP in photography. Each year, students in the final stages of their degree will present their finest examples of painting, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, photography, sculpture, and ceramics.
Laurie Tiecherow, untitled
(acrylic on canvas, recycled wood, 35” x 25”, 2011)
Combined Club Show
May 20th - July 19th, 2013
Shoreline has three clubs in the fine arts: the photography club, the art club, and the clay club. In this show, the clubs display samples of the best printmaking, painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and ceramics from students involved in club activities throughout the year.
Rachel Chau, Self portrait with skeleton
(pen on paper, 9” x 12”, 2011)
Gallery Hours Monday Through Friday 9-5