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NEWSLETTER

ASSOCIATED ARTISTS of the INLAND EMPIRE

JANUARY DEMONSTRATOR ARTIST

     

 

VIC RIESAU

    Vic Riesau's sculptures and paintings portray a great diversity of subjects and themes.  Dramatic interpretations of the subjects and elegant use of space and form have become hallmarks for his work.  His limited editions, figurative garden sculptures and monumental commissions are included in collections throughout the United States.  The California State Capitol; the counties of San Bernardino and Santa Clara; Elk Grove, Illinois; Point Loma University; and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame are among his commissioned venues.  Pasadena City College recently installed, in a new Court of Champions, thirteen bronze portrait busts of Olympic, world, and national sports personalities from Pasadena.

     Riesau has participated in many prestigious shows with both his sculptures and paintings.  He is a signature member of the California Art Club and has shown in their annual Gold Medal Exhibition, and in their annual Salon in Los Angeles.  Vic is also a member of the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association.

Gallerie Gabrie

http://www.gabrie.com/riesau/riesau.html  

Take time to view Vic's work!

 Judith Hale Gallery

http://www.judithhalegallery.com/featured_artists/artist_riesau.com

                                                              

ASSOCIATED ARTISTS of the INLAND EMPIRE DEMONSTRATOR VIC RIESAU

MARCH 12, 2003

OIL DEMONSTRATION

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARCH EXHIBITING ARTIST

 

Glenda Hooker

 

     For over thirty years, Glenda Hooker's miniatures and vignettes have been regarded the finest of their type in the world of collectibles; each piece is a one-of-a-kind hand sculptured work of art.  Glenda captures the life and script of her subjects.  With realistic detail, she brings a lump of clay to life.  this form of life is transformed into a rubber mold and then into a resin figure.  The figures are clothed in the finest hand sewn fabrics.

     Glenda, who has no formal art training, specializes in sculpturing miniature people of African descent but does not limit herself to one genre alone.  The dolls, which are one inch scale, are one-of-a-kind lifelike mirror images of people we all seem to know.  the bodies, which are built on a wire armature, are flexible and posable, adding to the realistic scenarios she is able to create.  Her exhibits are always multiracial and multicultural.  Because of her passion for realism and eye for detail, each piece seems to take on a life and personality of its own.

     Her work has been on display at shows across the United States and Europe.  Local, national and international publications, including The Los Angeles Times, The Smithsonian African American Art Newsletter, and the International Doll Magazine, have featured her work.  A large collection of her work was purchased by the Museum of Miniatures in Los Angeles.

      Glenda gives honor to God for the talents He has blessed her with and is thankful for the many people who appreciate her art.

 

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An Exhibiting Artist Member is featured at each monthly Associated Artists' Meeting.  While artwork may vary from member to member, steadfast is the quality and diversity of our Member Exhibitions!

MEMBER NEWS

...Member Gabriel Baber's art "Vineyard Melodies" has been chosen to be the signature art for the "2003 Temecula Valley Arts in the Country" festival in May. 

...Member Gabriel Baber's art " is being used in the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival as the official poster and cover for the program.

...Congratulations to member Sandra Kramer who has had her work accepted into the Redlands Multimedia Mini Show!

...Who has the Associated Artists Cookbooks?  If you have a remaining cookbook, contact any board member!

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