Welcome to our award winning galleries! Sebastopol Center for the Arts’ (SCA) Visual Arts Program’s universal mission is to feature artwork by artists from local Sonoma County, regional Bay Area, greater California and around the world.
Our numerous and extensive exhibitions vary throughout the year. We offer juried, invitational, curated and open submission opportunities for local, regional, national and international artists.
Our exhibitions are often augmented with lectures, panel discussions, workshops, demonstrations and musical performances. We strive to stimulate, inspire and educate; further enhancing our patron’s engagement with the arts.
Opening Reception: Friday, August 3, 2018. 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm.
An exhibition showing different interpretations of "Green". Indulge in 75 variations and nuances of the color through figurative and abstract concepts of green, but also inexpressions of environmental concern and ecological awareness.
“The most interesting assignment a juror can receive is to engage with a challenging spectrum of conceptual and aesthetic ambition. GREEN provided a call with broad yet focused possibilities for interpretation, and the artistic community responded with gusto. We have tried to distill what we felt was the most vibrant and excellent in all directions. I applaud the Sebastopol Art Center for providing this opportunity for the artistic community to share their diversity of skills, ideas and deep human concerns for our planet.”
For more information or questions, contact: Catherine Devriese, Director, Visual Arts Program. firstname.lastname@example.org. (707) 829-4797, ext. 1008.
Dintiman's work is characterized by a deep connection of nature. Whether she is working directly with objects found in nature or taking as her subject, Dintiman strives to capture the intimate and emotional quality of certain natural settings, suffused as they are with time, change and memory.
The creative color collaboration of artists Nishi Marcus and Jill Keller Peters celebrates their passion for colors. This exploration into new and expansive colorations, by the use of limited palettes, produces surprises - both for the viewers and the artists.
Jill Keller Peters talks about her collaboration with Nishi Marcus for the current show in Gallery III "Color Beyond Profusion - an Unexpected Collaborative Surprise" and at 2 pm Robin Dintiman talks about her exhibition "Nature's Will; Resiliency"