The gravity defying metal sculptures by artist Jacci Den Hartog show art and sculpture fans the beauty of different landscape and rock formations in tall dark figures or even smaller pieces full of color. Across from Hartog’s work in the V Gallery, paintings and drawings show Latinx culture in Mesoamerican life by artists Abel Alejandre and Eloy Torrez and present the struggles of aging as a male and the significance behind machismo. Jacci Den Hartog has been showcasing her art in Southern California since 1991 …
PCC’s visual arts and media studies division accepted a generous grant given by the Pasadena Art Alliance back on March 14 that spawned relief among faculty over budget restraints.
Outside the Boone Family Art Gallery last Friday, a crowd gathers around and watches flamenco guitarist Stephen Dick perform. Suddenly a man emerges from that crowd, turns around and says, “I didn’t know PCC did stuff like this,” he said passionately. “This is awesome.”
“Stepping into an art fair for the first time was like a cow visiting a butcher shop.” This is how Mario Ybarra Jr. described his experience as an artist attending a large international art fair to his friends back home in Wilmington. “It was a little like the Slauson Indoor Swapmeet,” Ybarra said. “I was just shocked to see so much art in one place.” Ybarra is Pasadena City College’s annual artist in residence for 2015. The residency includes two gallery exhibitions and the premiere …
PCC’s annual artist-in-residence for 2014 will be Casey Reas, who will showcase his work in an exhibition entitled “Yes No”.
Pulling out eyelash hairs and molding private parts were topics of discussion as renowned Los Angeles artist Tom LaDuke began his week as Artist in Residence on Monday with a public lecture to a packed house at the Vosloh Forum.
Artist LaDukeâ€™s exhibit â€œellipsisâ€ opened in the Art Gallery on Feb. 20. During the week of Mar 18 through 22, LaDuke will present a public lecture in the Vosloh Forum followed by a reception in the Art Gallery on March 18.