JUDGED, THEMED EXHIBIT
EXHIBIT DATES: January 28 – March 26, 2022
For centuries artists have used love as a theme in their work. It comes in all forms from literal depiction, allegory, and metaphor. Now more than ever our world needs to see what love looks like. Love doesn’t just come in the romantic form, it comes in many ways that we all can relate to. Love is all around us, but each one of us experience it differently. In relationships, friendships, or acts of kindness, love isn’t going to be the same for everyone, and that’s okay. We need to bring this awareness to our world, and we can—through art.
Because after all… all we really need is love!
BEST OF SHOW: Graffiti by Julie Erreca
SECOND PLACE: Love Is For The Birds by Sanda Jo Spiegel
HONORABLE MENTION: Sister’s Invocation by Karen Asherah
HONORABLE MENTION: Sisters by Sarah Orre
Judged by Jim Brown, Executive Director of the Arts Council of Santa Cruz county.
*Artist’s work exhibited in the gallery only
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