Dreaming in Color at The Arts Fund Gallery


The Arts Fund

The Arts Fund & Artwalk for Kids/Adults

Present

DREAMING IN COLOR

March 1  – March 30, 2013

 

David Kremer

David Kremer

Ellen Pauly

Ellen Pauly

David Peterson

David Peterson

February 13, 2013: The Arts Fund, in collaboration with Artwalk for Kids/Adult, is pleased to present an art exhibit by Artwalk for Adults, DREAMING IN COLOR. DREAMING IN COLOR will be in The Arts Fund Gallery from March 1 – March 30, 2013.  The exhibition will open with a public reception for the artist on Friday, March 1 from 5:00 to 7:00 pmin the gallery which is located at 205C Santa Barbara St. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday 11 to 5 p.m. and by appointment.  Admission is free.

This exhibition includes works of art created by adult artists: Erica Miller, David Allen Kremer, Wendy Altman, Neal Gerschon, David Peterson, Ellen Pauly, and Kristina Rice.  Over 20 original acrylic paintings will be on display in The Arts Fund gallery.

Art Walk for Kids/Adults is an outreach program that began in January 2000 with the mission of focusing on benefiting special needs, developmentally disabled, at risk, terminally ill youth and adults in their positive environments through a specialized curriculum of art education and vocational education. Art Walk for Kids also works with programs for the Hope School District helping kid’s to positively self express creating murals for their school walls through the “Art of Giving”, thus creating pride of ownership and a great sense of self worth. Exhibiting artists include: Erica Miller, David Allen Kremer, Wendy Altman, Neal Gerschon, David Peterson, Ellen Pauly, and Kristina Rice.

Kerrie Kilpatrick-Weinberg is the Artistic Director of Art Walk for Kids/Adults. Kerrie developed the original Art Walk Curriculum as a step-by-step series of creative and self-expressive art classes. Kerrie shares her skills as a artist and design specialist. Her early experience includes work as a Theater and Set Designer with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. She received her Bachelor of Art with honors in Theatre/Set Design, and Art History from the Central School of Art and Design in London, England. As a Set Designer Kerrie collaborated with at risk youth through the Lyric Theatre in London thus sowing the seeds for Art Walk in Santa Barbara.

More images from the show are available upon request. For more information, please call The Arts Fund at (805) 965-7321or go to www.artsfundsb.org.

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