SCAPES AND SCOPE:
VISIONS OF THE LAND, SEA AND URBAN SPACE
SEPTEMBER 18 – OCTOBER 23, 2021
CURATED BY JIM ELLSBERRY
JURIED BY JIM ELLSBERRY & E.E. JACKS
MEMBER & PATRON PREVIEW: SEPTEMBER 18 | 5:30 — 6:30 PM
PUBLIC RECEPTION: SEPTEMBER 18 | 6:30 — 9 PM
ART FOR LUNCH: SEPTEMBER 30 | 11:30 AM — 1:30 PM
The Huntington Beach Art Center is pleased to present its 2021 fall exhibition Scapes and Scope, curated by Southern California landscape artist and teacher Jim Ellsberry. The invitational and open call, juried exhibition explores the beauty and varied expressions of landscape in contemporary art. Traditional plein air and studio works anchor the exhibition which invites viewers to explore both literal and stylized interpretations of land, sea and urban geography.
At the time of publication, the above events are scheduled to take place at the Art Center. Events are subject to change. Refer to our website for updates or call (714) 374-1650 for more information.
SURF CITY ARTS FEST POP-UP SHOP
FINE ARTS MARKETPLACE
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS
Online Submissions: September 1-8
The Huntington Beach Art Center presents the Surf City Arts Fest Pop-Up Shop in lieu of the annual fine arts fair and festival hosted in Triangle Park. We invite visitors and guests to shop at the Art Center and online for original, artisan-made fine arts and crafts, view demonstration videos, and stay connected to the HBAC artist community. Limited to California-based artists.
Marketplace Format: Live at the Art Center in the Project Room and on the HBAC website October 1-30, 2021
Categories: Jewelry, wearable art and textiles, woodwork, sculpture, ceramics, photography, painting, drawing, glass, metal, mixed media, fine art prints in numbered editions of 50 or less, other
Submissions are now closed. Please visit the Art Center during the month of October to shop for Fine Art and support local artists.
CLASSES AT THE ART CENTER
Now On View:
Photo Mosaic Unity Project
This project is a statement and demonstration of the beautiful things we can achieve together. We stand for Hope, Respect, Compassion, and Unity. Our student leaders chose this project to create unity within our community, by bringing people together and displaying how a variety of people and photos are all valuable, unique, and special. When we work together, we can accomplish anything.
Student Project Leaders:
Carter Bernard, senior at Huntington Beach High School
Jonathan Cailleaux, freshman at Edison High School
Huntington Beach Pier Photographer:
Find out more about Konquer Together Projects non-profit at konquertogether.org.