O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, June 23, 2020

 

OHCA online show #3

Application dates: June 23 to July 24, 2020

Fee: $30 members, $40 non-members for up to 3 submissions.

Jury notifications first week of August

Show up on OHCA website Monday, August 10, 2020

Artist Zoomed Roundtable with The Artist Hines:
Tuesday August 11, 4:00 p.m.

 

DESCRIPTION

This show provides an opportunity for artists to submit works for consideration that freely address inequity, inequality, racism, bias and injustice. Art in all forms is a voice for expression and healing. It can also give amplitude to voices that need to be heard and messages that need to be understood. We want to give artists of all media, genres and backgrounds, the opportunity to highlight and amplify those voices through their artwork.

O’Hanlon Center endeavors to be a supportive and welcoming art space for all artists. We dedicate this show to positive action, education, and expression in all media in order to move the needle towards true equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

Installations, abstract, expressionistic, exploratory, sculptural, photographic art are encouraged.

 

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JUROR

The Artist Hines lives in Sausalito, CA and has a studio at Marin MOCA in Novato.  His impressive body of work ranges from realism to surrealism to abstract expressionism.

“The foundation for my work, whether representational or abstract, has always been beauty. Beauty is a state of mind that can be seen everywhere and in anything; the curve of a figure, the surface of an object or a bold stroke of color. Fluctuating between abstraction and realism allows me the full expression of my talents but also philosophical and aesthetic expression as well. Abstraction provides the opportunity for my artistic improvisation on canvas while representational painting allows me to focus on the more academic traditional disciplines of painting. Both forums help embrace and express my personal philosophies on life and love.”

 

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Postcard Art: Jeremy Thornton