Friday, November 20, 2020
OPENING: MONDAY, NOV. 30 @ 9am
Run dates: Nov. 30, 2020 – Feb. 1, 2021
Exhibition will go ONLINE with works offered for sale
Monday, Nov. 30, 2020 @ 9am
ARTISTS INCLUDED: Whitney Brooks Abbott, Meredith Brooks Abbott, Christina Altfeld, Scott Anderson, Douglas Andrews, R. Anthony Askew, Alyssa Beccue, Sophia Beccue, Susan Belloni, Pamela Benham, Claudia Borfiga, Ken Bortolazzo, Liz Brady, Wendy Brewer, Lisabette Brinkman, Phoebe Brunner, Chris Chapman, Patricia Chidlaw, Dorothy Churchill-Johnson, Kelly Clause, Connie Connally, Kit Boise-Cossart, Tom Dewalt, David Diamant, Kris Doe, Kate Eden, Pamela Enticknap, Jon Francis, Valori Fussell, Steven Gilbar, Kevin Gleason, Yumiko Glover, Robin Gowen, Ruthy Green, Inga Guzyte, Linda Haggerty, James Haggerty, Lynn Hanson, Holli Harmon, Jim Hodgson, Peter Horjus, Nathan Huff, John Iwerks, Cynthia James, Masha Keating, Mary Austin Klein, Onno Kok, Wosene Kosrof, Julika Lackner, Pamela Larsson-Toscher, Karen Lehrer, Dan Levin, Michael Long, Mark Lozano, Jordan Marshall, Virginia McCracken, Susan McDonnell, Jay Mercado, Kerry Methner, Rick Monzon, John Nava, Amber O’Neill, Rafael Perea De La Cabada, Angela Perko, Hank Pitcher, Maria Rendon, Joan Rosenberg-Dent, Chris Rupp, Sue Savage, Leslie Lewis Sigler, Kerrie Smith, Libby Smith, Ginny Speirs, Nicole Strasburg, Bart Tarman, Andrew Thill, James David Thomas, Mary Dee Thompson, Karen Valle, Sue Van Horsen, Sarah Vedder, Deborah Veldkamp, Veronica Walmsley, Nina Warner, Frank Whipple, Monica Wiesblott, Joyce Wilson, Sarah Woodburn, Sarah Yerkes, Karen Zazon, Michele Zuzalek
Monday, November 9, 2020
NOV 14, 2020 - JAN 14, 2021
12 artists with 12 unique views of
Colin Fraser Gray, MB Hanrahan, Lynn Hanson, Ray Harris, Gabriel Islas, Joanne Julian, Karen Kitchel, John Nava, Rafael Perea De La Cabada, Susan Petty, John Robertson , Jennifer Wolf
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, November 14 from 3-8pm, reservations required. $10., non members. (Members free, use coupon code VITA when registering).
PRIVATE VIEW & RECEPTION: Host a private view and gallery reception at the Vita Art Center. Wine, champagne and dessert will be offered. Dinner can be ordered separately from Paradise Pantry and enjoyed in the back patio at Vita.
HOLIDAY HOURS STARTING NOVEMBER 18, 2020:
- OPEN (no appointment needed) WEDNESDAYS 4-7pm, SATURDAYS 11-4pm
- BY APPOINTMENT ONLY : THURSDAYS, 11-4pm • FRIDAYS, 1-4pm
Monday, September 21, 2020
Featuring drawings and other works on paper
July 25- September 19, 2020
Opening Reception: Sat., Aug. 1 from 4-8 pm
members, free (use coupon code VITA when registering)
‘PULP’ is a new Vita Art Center project. The gallery will focus on smaller drawings and works on paper.
Colin Fraser Gray
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Tessmer, Jeremy. Just Between Us: Wesley Anderegg, Rafael Perea de la Cabada, Maria Rendon. Santa Barbara, CA: Sullivan Goss, 2013.
INVENTORY ID 123456
Available through Blurb for $53.74 + shipping.
With essay by Jeremy Tessmer, brief biography on each artist, selected exhibition history for each artist. With 37 plates.
Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine
Sullivan Goss is pleased to present the work of three new artists to the gallery: Wesley Anderegg, Rafael Perea de la Cabada, and Maria Rendón. Is it a group show or three solo shows packed into one room? It’s both. United by certain themes and stylistic tendencies and yet distinctive in their approach, these three artists have agreed to share a space to see what develops.
All three artists share an interest in the ability of art to tell stories, but these are not the narrative paintings of yore. These paintings and sculptures do not report on great battles or illustrate biblical parables. Instead, the works contain personal stories – even secret stories – drawn from the lives of the artists. Love, loss, family, friendship, discovery, regret, and the occasional joke inspire them. A certain Surrealist inflection – often of a specifically Western or Latin American heritage - can also be seen and felt. Indeed, these artists operate a lot on intuition. If their works expose such personal information, they also conceal certain crucial details. It is a familiar posture in the age of Facebook and Twitter, where the boundaries between and public and private are so easily blurred. Viewers might get an idea of the story and its emotional message without quite knowing the specifics. In that way, the universals of human experience are explored in terms both personal and highly subjective.
WESLEY ANDEREGG received a degree from Arizona State University. He has been an artist in residence at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado and at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. He has had 22 solo exhibitions in 26 years and has lectured and been published widely. In particular, he has been featured in three of Lark Books’ successful ceramics publications: 500 Ceramic Sculptures, 500 Clay Figures, and Handbuilt Ceramics.