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About the La Jolla Art Association
La Jolla Art Association was established in 1918 with a mission to advance the appreciation of fine art in southern California by providing exhibitions and educational opportunities to artists and the public through classes, workshops, and presentations. To learn more click here
La Jolla Art Association presents...
The La Jolla Art Association presents the following artists who will be exhibiting their art from 4/4/22 through 6/3/2022. Artists include Ann Chaitin, Sharon Hinkley, Daniel Kilgore, Ralph Kingery, Dana Levine, Sherry Roper, Vita Sorrentino, Dottie Stanley and Minnie Valero.
The exhibit will feature a mixture of mediums including acrylic, watercolor, oil, mixed media, digital art, and photography.
An Artists' Exhibition Reception will be held on Thursday, April 21 from 3-5pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Artists from top L to R: Dana Levine, Minnie Valero. Center from L to R: Beverly Brock, Ann Chaitin. Bottom: L to R Dan Pressman and Ralph Kingery.
Additional artists exhibiting, top from L to R: Sharon Roper, Vita Sorrentino. Bottom L to R: Sharon Hinkley and Dottie Stanley.
La Jolla Art Association presents monthly art demonstrations in the LJCC Courtyard
A New artist will present every fourth Thursday of the month.
Next Demonstration: Dan Kilgore, featured artist
May 26, 2022
Demonstration will be from 4-6 PM; Open exhibit of galleries, from 6-7 PM
Light refreshments will be served. These demonstrations are free and open to the public.
This month La Jolla Art Association will feature artist Dan Kilgore, demonstrating Watercolor. Growing up in the Boston area, Dan’s first exposure to art and his first lesson was from his grandmother, an accomplished Canadian Artist. His love for art grew from there and for the next 40 years. Through those years he has been creating in watercolor, oil paintings as well as sculpture. He is a member of Oil Painters of America, American Watercolor Society, San Diego Museum of Art Artist Guild and is proud to have exhibited at the La Jolla Community Center as a part of La Jolla Art Associations. His work is currently hanging in the Great Room of the La Jolla Community Center. Dan says “the connection with the subject, the inspiration and how I find the need to present it is the beginning of the journey and possibly the most important piece of this puzzle. And, if I am doing this right, the viewer will have a similar experience. "