Lamorinda Arts Alliance and Concord Art Association 2018 Art Show and Sale

The Lamorinda Arts Alliance and the Concord Art Association are delighted to present a joint Art Show and Sale on Saturday, June 2nd from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Lafayette Christian Church.

There will be 24 artists who work in many mediums including ceramics, jewelry, printmaking, painting, photography, weaving, and sculpture. Among the many distinguished artists who will be showing and selling their work are, Olga Jusidman with her beautiful ceramics and jewelry, Wenda Pyman, a local photographer who shows our area in its best light, and Sharon Petersen with her excellent watercolors.

Several artists will demonstrate their artistic techniques during the day including Pam McCauley with her impressionist painting style.

Enjoy live music from local jazz pianist Michael Granat and some light refreshments including chocolate samples from our chocolatier, Linda Hofmeister. This is a great opportunity to find those special gifts and art for your home and to support the arts and artists in our community.

Both the Concord Art Association, founded in 1963 and the oldest art association in Contra Costa County, and the Lamorinda Arts Alliance, founded in 1994, seek to foster a better understanding of art within the community. Both are organizations of local artists and friends who reside and or work in the San Francisco – East Bay Area and seek to provide education and services that promote knowledge, appreciation, and practice of the visual arts. Also, CAA and LAA provide community outreach for art in our local schools.

Please come join us for this free event on June 2ndand bring your family and friends!

Lamorinda Arts Alliance: https://laa4art.org Concord Art Association: http://concordartassociation.blogspot.com

Artwork: Benicia Train Depot, acrylic painting by Renaye Johnson

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