An outstanding exhibit of contemporary abstract paintings by Seyburn Zorthian opens at the Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture July 1 – August 12.
As artists, what do women make of women? For this exhibition, prominent female artists were asked to focus only on women as subjects for their drawings and paintings.
Tony Pro offers here an overview of his artistic career and touching reminders of his relationship with his father, Julio, who passed away in 2013. The exhibition includes selected pieces by the elder Pro.
Eight well-known artists were asked to submit drawings capturing the essence of Southern California—the people, places, and culture that make this an extraordinary place to live.
The Kwan Fong gallery opens the fall season with an exhibit of drawing, sculpture, 3-D installation, photography, digital art, printmaking, watercolor, and oil painting by members of the Cal Lutheran art faculty.
Curator Michael Pearce asked artists to send work showing their interpretations of the character of men.
Terry Spehar-Fahey exhibits a series of watercolors inspired by her trip to Venice, Italy, with CLU students.
Dan Welden is the originator of a safe and green printmaking technique called the Solarplate method.
A photographic journey into the heart of our culture.
Extraordinary installations provoke strong feelings of loss or power.