Carmel Art Association
“Celebrating 81 years of local art”
Voted “Art Gallery of the Year” by the Carmel Business Association three consecutive years.
W/s Dolores St. between 5th Av. & 6th Av.
10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M., Daily, except major Holidays.
Open to the Public at No Charge
“Founded in 1927, Carmel's oldest gallery features the work of more than 120 professional local artists, and is dedicated to presenting only the finest work for sale by artists living on the Monterey Peninsula.”
For more information, Online or (831) 624-6176.
Carmel Art Association Presents CYNDRA BRADFORD/HOWARD BRADFORD ‘RETROSPECTIVE AND TRIBUTE’ & GALLERY SHOWCASE FEATURING FRED CARVELL, ROBERT REYNOLDS HEWITT AND PEGGY OLSEN
Thursday, March 5 – Wednesday, April 1, 2009
RETROSPECTIVE AND TRIBUTE “Painted Path” (Beardsley Room):
Painter Cyndra Bradford exhibits new landscape oil paintings as a tribute to Howard Bradford (1919-2008), her father, teacher and artistic mentor, as well as a retrospective of Howard Bradford’s paintings. View one painting and nine landscape paintings from Galerie Plein Aire website.
GALLERY SHOWCASE (Segal Room):
Painter Fred Carvell exhibits “Horizons,” a new series of textural, acrylic on board semi-abstract landscapes. View brief biography, et cetera, and three paintings, including “Blue Hills," "Autumn Reflections" and "Autumn Fields.”
Painter Robert Reynolds Hewitt exhibits paintings of colorful, swirling, contra dance figures exploring a widely divergent theme--one of human suffering--in this show of acrylic paintings on canvas. View artist’s statement, brief biography and three paintings, including “Begonia's, A Crown for Mother Earth," "Ladies Allemande Right" and "The Bride and Groom."
Painter Peggy Olsen exhibits new oil on paper paintings of garden landscapes overflowing with vibrant flowers. View information and seven paintings, including "Poppy Fields," "Hillside Melody," "Vineyard of the West," "Where Lupin Linger," “Vista by the Bay,” “Eucalyptus High,” and “Fine Vines.”
Opening Reception Saturday, March 7, 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.