It’s that time of year again! The CAA Catalog Show is here! As we escape from the grasp of winter into a beckoning spring, our Catalog and Show have returned in full force after last year’s brief hiatus. Highlighting two brand new works from each of our participating Artist Members, the Catalog Show will remain … Read more
Artist Category: Inactive
This month offers an entirely new collection of the most current works by all 80 of the CAA’s Artist Members, throughout the building.
All-member show through April 6, 2021. (Featured image is “Field,” a collage by late artist member, Alex Gonzales.)
For The Love Of Art 2020 Student Competition and Exhibition This year we are proud to present 67 student artists from 15 high schools and arts organizations from across Monterey County. These high school juniors and seniors have created artworks on 14″ x 14″ birchwood cradled panels (partially sponsored by American Easel). This annual event … Read more
For over five decades Dolores Chiappone has created mindscapes in oil directly from her rich imagination and multi-cultural life experiences. She resided in Mexico for many years and cites Pre-Columbian art as her primary influence. Dolores considers her paintings to be pure Realism, reflecting life in its purest, most cognitive form. Her work sings of … Read more
In my paintings, I often use gold leaf in order to brighten the colors and make canvas vibrate with a flickering luster that gives it life. In my drawings, the tones applied by charcoal, pastels, pen-and-ink, and the underlying specks of white or colored paper mix optically when the sheet is seen at a distance. … Read more
Being raised by a family of artists, I was consistently steeped in the process of art making. In 1990 I was admitted to The University of California in Santa Barbara to study computer science and mathematics. However, I graduated with honors and a Bachelor of Fine Arts with emphasis on oil painting and ceramics. Science–in … Read more