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The eye-catching images on the bottom of these skateboards are one of the purest forms of self-expression: highly personal and mostly created without artistic boundaries — just like skateboarding itself. And like the inclusive surf community, skaters and skate artists span several generations.
The exhibition includes elegant one-of-a-kind hand-stained decks by Skip Engblom, co-founder of Zepher Skate Shop and profiled in the Hollywood film Lords of Dogtown. A collection of early boards, circa , are on loan from pro skater Sam Cunningham, as well as a broad range of now rare commercial decks Element, enjoi, Krooked, etc.
Jason Strubing, owner of Skateworks in Santa Cruz, also contributed a large selection of significant and historic decks from his collection. Nationally known pro skater Corey Duffel contributed selections from his private collection. A selection of skate photography by Bryce Kanights, Tobin Yelland and others will also be on view. Logout My Account Donate. South Bend Museum of Art.
Skip to content. Skate Day! Sunday, October 16 Noon — p. Lederer states: The multi-media skate art community fosters a highly unique blend of, painting, photography, video, music, stickers, magazines, and clothing — the ever-growing creative by-products stemming from this popular sport and alternative mode of transportation. After research and consideration, I make a series of paintings. Each painting could be compared to a chapter of a novel.
I see my recent work as a series of fictions based on the human desire to reach out into the mental and physical space beyond our grasp—outward and inward. My fiction is incomplete, fragmented and under inquiry. Through this process, I am trying to come to terms with the complex reality of the 21st Century. And my vision stays pathetically optimistic. He views the act of making an artwork as a way to better understand himself and connect with others.
Webster uses the tradition of direct carving and creates art to find those insights and explore them through sculptures, drawings and collages. While often abstract, his work relates to the figure. It speaks about his community and the environment in which he lives. Webster states:. No matter how simple the solution we will find a way to make it complicated. Art allows us to communicate with one another without becoming angry and upset or shouting and shaking our fist when the topics become difficult.
Art helps us find that inner peace as we seek the tranquility in our physical world. Art allows us to dialogue when we feel good, and know it, within ourselves. Art builds the trust that feeds the soul so that one knows what is right. Michiko Itatani b. Kobe, Japan, Itatani has worked as a professor of painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago since Her paintings and drawings have been exhibited in over one hundred solo and group exhibitions locally, nationally, and internationally.
Her work is included in internationally recognized public and private collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Institute of Chicago, and the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea. Webster is a sculptor, mixed media artist, spoken-word performer and educator with decades-long involvement in the South Bend and Elkhart, Indiana arts community.
As an educator, he has worked with developmentally disabled, middle school and adults, recently teaching in prisons as an art instructor to help the incarcerated consider new directions and changes in their life through art.
The Conversations series of exhibitions will pair a regional established artist with an established artist from outside of the South Bend community. It sparks discussion between the work of the two artists — examining parallels and dissonances, and provides an opportunity to exhibit some of the strongest artists working, today, in the region and nation.
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Sunday, October 20 p. Martin Luther King Jr. He has presented this topic in a three-hour workshop featuring demonstrations of 20 different composition designs. His minute discussion cannot cover all the designs, but he will give members a taste of how good composition can position artist to be in the running for sales and awards.
Avon began painting before he started school. He studied art at IU and is a regular workshop attendee. He started out painting in oils but switched to pastel three years ago. Reception: May 31 — p. Releasing: June 28 a.
All three galleries. Take down: June You must be logged in to post a comment. Your contribution of appetizers and desserts will be welcome. Angelo Martinez, art dept. Greg Lorch, Beach Tranquility. Larry Huemmer, Woodland Vista. Tim Swagerle, Eel River Morning. Diann Nelson, Hannah. Tami McNally, Sunset on the Pond. Marie Arch, Violets for Mom. Avon Waters, Ole Miss. Sue Coultas, Gracie.
Denise Kuehner, St. Joe River Bend. Catherine McCormick, Cottage. Peg Luecke, Junie.