West Coast Drawing exhibiting at Cuyamaca College
Art can be just as much about the process as it can the final result. That concept will be the focal point of the exhibit West Coast Drawing will be showing for at Cuyamaca College, entitled: Drawing Backwards.
The Exhibit will begin on Oct. 6th and, as the name suggests, will demonstrate in reverse development how the art came to be. In juxtaposition with the artwork, viewers will glimpse the backwards path from the finished piece, to the working medium, the problem solving along the way, the creative exploration, and finally, the initial inspiration for the work.
Intriguing, isn’t it?
The Opening Reception will happen on Oct. 9th and the exhibit will run through Oct 31st.
West Coast Drawing, which includes Puna’s Ted Washington, is a group of selected West Coast artists who show at various exhibits together. The members collaborate as well as motivate one another to keep the art of drawing fresh, innovative, and progressive.
The Exhibit will take places in the Communication Arts Building-B, Third Floor, in the East Wing and will be open from 9-5 PM, M-F.
“The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Always listen to the art.” ~ Junot Diaz
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