All the Artists at the Alameda Artworks
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Holiday Art and Gift Show
Give a unique gift this year by doing your holiday shopping at The Alameda ArtWorks.
You’ll find one-of-a-kind gifts such as paintings, photographs, prints, jewelry, cards and more. Warm up with some hot cider while you meet the artists at work in their studios.
This is an art show for all ages, so bring family and friends.
Saturday, December 14th
1068 The Alameda, San Jose 95126
I am thrilled to report that I was recently selected as the winner of the 360 Xochi Quetzal Artist Residency in the renowned artist community of Lake Chapala, Mexico, starting in December. This international competition, held several times a year, is named after the goddess of beauty in Mexican mythology. According to the sponsors of the residency, “We base our selections on artists who demonstrate artistic accomplishment, a well-conceived residency project, indication that this residency will make a significant impact and evidence of the self-reliance required for a residency in the developing world.” The residency provides the winner with a lovely private home for a month, as well as a stipend for groceries and transportation to and from the airport in nearby Guadalajara. The only expectation for the winner is that the artist use the residency for whatever activity he/she feels is best for continued self-development.
I am especially excited about this because the new series of works displayed on this website was also begun in Mexico earlier this year. I expect this month in Lake Chapala will be a source of even more inspiration.
Please join us at the Alameda Artworks this weekend for our Fall Open Studios and Benefit for Sacred Heart Community Service. Over 30 artists will be displaying their latest works and will donate 10% of all sales to this important South Bay charity.
I will be showing lots of new work from my new non-figurative series AND, for the first time, I will have available signed framed-ready-to-hang giclée prints of recent work.
Hours: 11AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday November 2-3.
Location: 1068 The Alameda near Race Street behind Recycle Books in San Jose.