Sweet and Sour and Slightly Surreal by Catherine Jozwik

Sweet and Sour and Slightly Surreal by Catherine Jozwik

The Tory Folliard Gallery is ushering in summer with two new exhibitions by painter Mary Alice Wimmer [MFA ’64] and metalworker and sculptor Jessica Calderwood. On display through July 6, Wimmer’s “New Paintings” and Calderwood’s “New Sculpture” feature fine...
Market innovation by Holly Henschen

Market innovation by Holly Henschen

Angelica Contreras, a mixed-media artist with a full-time job as a bilingual resource specialist,  recently worked afternoons, evenings and weekends creating 61 small paintings — mixed-media, wash and acrylic paintings on paper, depicting Day of the Dead dolls with...
Creating Judaica: Beauty for Beauty’s Sake

Creating Judaica: Beauty for Beauty’s Sake

Jim Cohen [MFA ’04] used to be a lawyer. He’s good with words and a great conversationalist. But when he began to explain a sterling silver yad and a Torah breastplate he made and donated to the U.S. Armed Forces, words began catching in his throat. Cohen had...
Arts Visalia exhibit exposes locals to broader spectrum

Arts Visalia exhibit exposes locals to broader spectrum

VISALIA – Artists draw from a variety of places for inspiration, including other artists. That is why Arts Visalia chooses to occasionally feature artists from outside of the area. This month, the gallery is showing the paintings of Seattle artist Teresa Getty [MFA...