Aqua Art Show Public Reception at Sandbox Coffeehouse

Ventura, CA – Announcing Aqua, a group art show featuring local artists. The show is on display from November 17th, 2016 through January 5th, 2017 at the Sandbox Coffeehouse. The public reception is November 17th from 6:30–8:00 P.M.

What does water mean to you? Explore artist’s interpretations of water in paintings and prints that reflect diverse points of view. The venue for this art show, Sandbox Coffeehouse, adds a performance and collaborative layer to the traditional art viewing experience. As people quench their thirst and talk with friends, they embody the spirit of Aqua.

AQUA RECEPTION WITH REFRESHMENTS & OPEN MIC:

  • WHEN:           November 17th, 6:30-8:00 PM
  • WHERE:         Sandbox Coffeehouse, 204 E. Thompson Blvd., Ventura CA 93001
  • RSPV:              goo.gl/pQj5lJ
  • COST:              Free

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

  • Jojo Chongjaroenjaiis an illustrator, originally from Thailand, with a background in animation. Her works are inspired by people in her daily life. Each whimsical piece is individually handcrafted from her imagination.
  • Mitra Cline is an interdisciplinary artist and Santa Barbara native. Her work explores the psychology of creativity and social equity.
  • Eric Harper comes from traditional hand drawn animation. Originally from Arizona, he moved to LA to pursue 3D character animation. He enjoys figurative illustration and digital painting.
  • Zulema Covarrubias is a Chicago native artist with a degree in Graphic Arts. Her medium is paper collage and influenced by fantasy art.

Categories: Art Events, Ventura

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