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Art beat: January gallery and exhibit openings

Art around San Diego County range from an “Art-a-Thon” in Escondido to a jewelry display in Balboa Park.

Art shows opening this month around San Diego County include an “Art-a-Thon” at Distinction Gallery in Escondido, 
”Sandy Swirnoff: Knotted Fiber Jewelry” at the Mingei Museum in Balboa Park and “42nd Annual Small Image Show” at the Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park.

Through Jan. 29: “Winter Show”

Celebrate the chill and slumber of the season with a selection of works that reflect it, like “Pine Needles in Snow,” a finger painting by Iris Scott.

Adelman Fine Art, 1980 Kettner Blvd., Ste. 40, Little Italy, 619.354.5969, adelmanfineart.com

“Golden Path,” by Misun Holdorf, a new artist on display for the Adelman Fine Art’s Winter Show. (Courtesy photo)

1.6-2.9: “4 UP”

Four local artists — Sherry Krulle-Beaton, Jackson Thilenius, Patrick Brown and Nancy Plank — showcase their work in this invitational exhibition.

The Studio Door, 3750 30th St., North Park, 619.255.4920, thestudiodoor.com

Nancy Plank (“Pink Bounty” shown) Exhibition Dates for The Studio Door “4 UP” are from Jan. 20-29 with a reception from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 21. (Courtesy The Studio Door)

 

1.7-1.8: “Art-A-Thon”

Distinction Art and ArtHatch team up to present the sixth annual Art-A-Thon, where 25 local teen program artists join together to create artwork for 24 hours straight. Watch the marathon artists live in person or online via Ustream.

Distinction Gallery, 317 E. Grand Ave., Escondido, 760-707-2770, distinctionart.com

Jennifer Anichowski “Moon Moth.” (Courtesy photo)

 

1.7-2.11: “Over the Moon: A Collaborative Project Created by San Diego Book Arts Members”

A series of haiku poems inspired this collaborative project featuring the work of 40 members of San Diego Book Arts, which a group of book artists formed in 1996.

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, 1008 Wall St., La Jolla, 858.454.5872, ljathenaeum.org

Over the Moon: A Collaborative Project Created by San Diego Book Arts Members features works such as “Over the Moon” by Helen Petre. (Courtesy photo)

 

1.7-2.11: “Delri Romero: Small Works on Paper and Books”

Delri Romero, a “master printmaker” who lives in Mexico City, presents this series of his paintings, prints and drawings.

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, 1008 Wall St., La Jolla, 858.454.5872, ljathenaeum.org

Derli Romero lithograph from Derli Romero: Small Works on Paper and Books at Athenaeum. (Courtesy photo)

 

1.7-3.5: “Southern CA Sculpture / A Group Show”

The National Sculpture Society hand-picked the works for this exhibition, which features 23 Southern California sculptors. Read more about the opening event here and more about the featured artists here.

Sparks Gallery, 530 Sixth Ave., downtown, 619.696.1416, sparksgallery.com

“Wild Dog” by Adam Matano. (Courtesy of Sparks Gallery)

 

1.14-2.4: “WOOD: A Furniture Show VIII”

Furniture makers from all over Southern California showcase contemporary, traditional and art furniture in this exhibition, presented in partnership with the San Diego Fine Woodworking Association.

Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery, 262 E. Grand Ave., Escondido, 760.480.4101, escondidoarts.org

 

A chest by David Marr is just one of the pieces featured at WOOD, a Furniture Show at Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery. (Courtesy photo)

 

1.14-2.26: “Cowboys and Vaqueros: Legends of the American West”

Rediscover the wildness of the West in this collection of paintings and objects, which explore the regional history of Native American, Mexican and cowboy traditions and culture.

California Center for the Arts, Escondido, 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido, 760.839.4125, artcenter.org

Tom Browning’s “Ready to Break” will be featured at Cowboys and Vaqueros: Legends of the American West exhibition at California Center for the Arts Escondido. (Courtesy photo)

 

1.14-6.4: “Sandy Swirnoff: Knotted Fiber Jewelry”

Using a type of free-form macramé, Sandy Swirnoff combines antique glass shards with beads to create necklaces and bracelets.

Mingei International Museum, 1439 El Prado, Balboa Park, 619.239.0003, mingei.org

“Purple Hat Dance” is a 2014 nylon thread, ceramic, bead, enameled beads, onyx beads featured in the exhibit “Sandy Swirnoff: Knotted Fiber Jewelry” at Mingei International Museum. (Photo by Katie Gardner, courtesy the Mingei International Museum)

 

1.23-2.26: “42nd Annual Small Image Show”

This juried show challenges artists to produce work in a variety of media, including photography, painting and sculpture. There’s one catch: submissions must measure 10 inches by 10 inches.

Gallery 21 of the Spanish Village Art Center, 1770 Village Place, Balboa Park, 619.233.9050, spanishvillageart.com

42nd annual Small Image Show at Gallery 21 of the Spanish Village Art Center Jan. 23 through Feb. 26. Image shown by Darlene Katz. (Courtesy photo)

 

1.26: “Ren Renfa’s Bird-and-Flower Painting in the Context of the Yuan Era (1297-1368) and Beyond”

A museum lecture focuses on the hydraulic engineer and high official in the Mongol Yuan court who created several important paintings during his life.

San Diego Museum of Art, 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park, 619.232.7931, sdmart.org

Ren Rafa’s Wild Ducks in Spring Water from the San Diego Museum of Art’s “Ren Renfa’s Bird-and-Flower Painting in the Context of the Yuan Era (1297-1368) and Beyond.” (Courtesy photo)

2 Comments

  1. Patric Stillman

    January 4, 2017 at 6:29 pm

    Correction to 4•UP exhibition at The Studio Door. No connection to “for Adelman Fine Art’s Winter Show” as listed. First exhibition featuring Sherry Krulle-Beaton and Jackson Thilenius (1/6 – 15) will have a reception this Saturday at 6 – 8 PM. Second exhibition featuring Nancy Plank and Patrick Brown(1/20-29) will have a reception on Saturday the 21st 6 – 8 PM.

    • PACIFIC

      January 5, 2017 at 10:20 am

      Thank you for this update. We have fixed the issue.

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