Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Located in the Ojai valley 75 miles northeast of Los Angeles in Southern California, canvas and paper is a non-profit exhibition space showing paintings and drawings from the 20th century and earlier in thematic and single artist exhibits.

311 N. Montgomery Street Ojai California 93023

hours:
Thursday — Sunday
noon — 5pm

free admission

canvas and paper

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918)
seated woman (study for Musik II), 1895
black crayon on paper 17½” x 12½”

 

canvas and paper

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890–1918)
portrait of an officer (Josef Duras), 1916
gouache, watercolor and pencil on paper 16½” x 11½”

 

canvas and paper

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890–1918)
seated female nude, 1914
pencil on paper 19″ x 12⅝”

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Located in the Ojai valley 75 miles northeast of Los Angeles in Southern California, canvas and paper is a non-profit exhibition space showing paintings and drawings from the 20th century and earlier in thematic and single artist exhibits.

311 N. Montgomery Street Ojai California 93023

hours:
Thursday — Sunday
noon — 5pm

free admission

canvas and paper

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918)
seated woman (study for Musik II), 1895
black crayon on paper 17½” x 12½”

 

canvas and paper

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890–1918)
portrait of an officer (Josef Duras), 1916
gouache, watercolor and pencil on paper 16½” x 11½”

 

canvas and paper

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890–1918)
seated female nude, 1914
pencil on paper 19″ x 12⅝”

California Fibers: A Closer Look

California Fibers: A Closer Look

California Fibers: A Closer Look

January 18 – February 29, 2020

Opening Reception
Saturday, January 18, 2020 / 2 – 4 pm

California Fibers: A Closer Look coincides with and celebrates the 50th anniversary of the founding of California Fibers, a group that supports artistic growth and professional advancement for contemporary Southern California artists working in fiber media. All works in the exhibition address the theme “a closer look” as interpreted by each artist, from imagery and inspiration to materials and processes.

“The work in this exhibition features contemporary art utilizing media and processes rooted in the earliest forms of human endeavor,” says Kevin Wallace, Director of the Center. “There are cutting-edge works in weaving, basketry, sculpture, quilting, embroidery, felting, surface design, knitting, crochet, wearables, and mixed media.”

California Fibers: A Closer Look features diverse works created by eighteen members of California Fibers: Linda Anderson, Olivia Batchelder, Charlotte Bird, Marilyn Chaffee, Doshi, Polly Jacobs Giacchina, Lydia Tjioe Hall, Susan Henry, Chari Myers, Serge Nepomnin, Kathy Nida, Carol Nilsen, Liz Oliver, Michael Rohde, Rebecca Smith, Cameron Taylor-Brown, Debby Weiss and Peggy Wiedemann.

About California Fibers:

Founded in 1970, the group supports artistic growth and professional advancement for contemporary Southern California artists working in fiber media. The imagination and superb craftsmanship of these artists place them in the highest echelons of their fields. The group has an extensive exhibition history in the USA and abroad. Many of its members are well-represented in museums and private collections and are recipients of prestigious awards from around the world. Their creative expression includes weaving, basketry, sculpture, quilting, embroidery, felting, surface design, knitting, crochet, wearables, and mixed media. To learn more, visit the California Fibers website at www.californiafibers.com

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Works on Paper – Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele

Located in the Ojai valley 75 miles northeast of Los Angeles in Southern California, canvas and paper is a non-profit exhibition space showing paintings and drawings from the 20th century and earlier in thematic and single artist exhibits.

311 N. Montgomery Street Ojai California 93023

hours:
Thursday — Sunday
noon — 5pm

free admission

canvas and paper

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918)
seated woman (study for Musik II), 1895
black crayon on paper 17½” x 12½”

 

canvas and paper

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890–1918)
portrait of an officer (Josef Duras), 1916
gouache, watercolor and pencil on paper 16½” x 11½”

 

canvas and paper

Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890–1918)
seated female nude, 1914
pencil on paper 19″ x 12⅝”

California Fibers: A Closer Look

California Fibers: A Closer Look

California Fibers: A Closer Look

January 18 – February 29, 2020

Opening Reception
Saturday, January 18, 2020 / 2 – 4 pm

California Fibers: A Closer Look coincides with and celebrates the 50th anniversary of the founding of California Fibers, a group that supports artistic growth and professional advancement for contemporary Southern California artists working in fiber media. All works in the exhibition address the theme “a closer look” as interpreted by each artist, from imagery and inspiration to materials and processes.

“The work in this exhibition features contemporary art utilizing media and processes rooted in the earliest forms of human endeavor,” says Kevin Wallace, Director of the Center. “There are cutting-edge works in weaving, basketry, sculpture, quilting, embroidery, felting, surface design, knitting, crochet, wearables, and mixed media.”

California Fibers: A Closer Look features diverse works created by eighteen members of California Fibers: Linda Anderson, Olivia Batchelder, Charlotte Bird, Marilyn Chaffee, Doshi, Polly Jacobs Giacchina, Lydia Tjioe Hall, Susan Henry, Chari Myers, Serge Nepomnin, Kathy Nida, Carol Nilsen, Liz Oliver, Michael Rohde, Rebecca Smith, Cameron Taylor-Brown, Debby Weiss and Peggy Wiedemann.

About California Fibers:

Founded in 1970, the group supports artistic growth and professional advancement for contemporary Southern California artists working in fiber media. The imagination and superb craftsmanship of these artists place them in the highest echelons of their fields. The group has an extensive exhibition history in the USA and abroad. Many of its members are well-represented in museums and private collections and are recipients of prestigious awards from around the world. Their creative expression includes weaving, basketry, sculpture, quilting, embroidery, felting, surface design, knitting, crochet, wearables, and mixed media. To learn more, visit the California Fibers website at www.californiafibers.com