WHEN: Sunday, June 24th, 12-8pm.
ARTISTS: Over 30 local artists will showcase mixed media, paintings, photography, ceramics and more. Artist Lauren Ari will be selling paintings and small ceramic sculptures. She has a collection of ‘Bedscapes’ that explore the world of our sleeping and dreaming – where beds serve as a platform for Archetypes to drive our dreams. Lauren teaches art classes at the Richmond Art Center and has a studio at 601 St. in Richmond.
Jon H. Wong is a painter and illustrator also selling his work. “I
infuse all of my Pen & Ink illustrations with coffee,” says Jon. “Funny story, it happened by accident one jittery morning, and when I discovered how cool the sepia wash looked, the rest is history.“
Jon is the founder of Lost Colony San Francisco, a vehicle for Jon to give back to the Bay Area community. He is creating a coffee table book with his artwork and plans to go on tour on the West Coast and sell original drawings, books and more. A portion of sales will go to select charities in the cities where he stops – especially those helping with homeless outreach/relief and women’s’ domestic violence counseling/relief.
More fun is promised with performance artists, including a trio called “The Drinking” and a solo artist name David McBride.
- Art Show
- Live music and food trucks
- Bocce, cornhole, ping pong
- Event is free and open to everyone – East Brother is kid and dog-friendly
- A fun mosaic art workshop with Richmond glass mosaic artist Daud Abdullah, who beautifies neighborhoods, magically transforming ugly trash bins into Mosaic Tile Art. Daud teaches mosaics at the Richmond Art Center .
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