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Hyde Art Gallery to feature seven Grossmont artists

This city scape by Bill Mosley will be among art works on exhibit at the Hyde

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release) –The  Hyde Art Gallery opens an exhibition of paintings by seven artists who one time or another have been affiliated with the Art Department.   They are Ben Aubert, the gallery’s curator, and Jennifer Bennett, Daphne Hill, Tom Lazzara, Bill Mosley, Anna Stump and Michael Wheelden.

The all Grossmont exhibit “makes for a logical connection between Grossmont College celebrating its fifty years of higher education and these particular examples of artwork produced by those artists having a direct influence on our students.”

As a great diversity of approaches to teaching exist so too exists a strong set of contrasting styles of painting in this exhibition.

An opening event in honor of the artists will be on Tuesday, October 4, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  The Gallery hours are:  Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Gallery is closed Friday to Sunday and legal holidays.  Admission is free.

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30 faculty artists exhibit at the Hyde


Faculty Art Show, Hyde Art Gallery (Photo: Robert Sanchez)

GROSSMONT COLLEGE – The works of 30 faculty artists will be on exhibit and for sale through Thursday, October 28, at the Hyde Art Gallery.

Works being shown include photographs, mixed media, pastel on sanded pastel paper, wood and silver, sterling silver, soda fired clay, arylic wash on toned canvas, archival pigment print on silk with thread, oil on canvas acrylic on canvas, ceramic, silver gelatin print, Hektone Carbon Pigment Print, and Clay with lead and glaze.

Exhibitors include Stephanie Bedwell, Jennifer Bennett, Craig Carlson,  Patricio Chavez,  John Chwekun, Andrew Cross, Steven Dille, Tom Fox, Daphne Hill, Suda House, Jeff Irwin, Roberta Klein, Larry & Debbie Klein, Thomas Lazzara, Lisa Medlen, Christina Montouri, Diane Morris, Bill Mosely, Edward Pieters,  Judith Preston, Ingrid Psuty, Jacqueline Ramirez, Tony Renier, Susan Richardson, Anna Stump, Julia Thompson, Paul Turountet, Al Ventura, and Michael Wheeldon.

Prices range from $15 each for “Glazed Candy” created by Larry & Debbie Kline to $4,500 for Jeff Irwin’s clay, glaze creation “Pointer on Table,” measuring 45” x22” x14”

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