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Exhibits

   

The Gallery exhibits are held at theat IEMA's temporary gallery at
1334 North Benson Avenue, Unit D | Upland, CA 91786

By Appointment  - 909-941-3993

 

3rd Saturday of the month from 6-8 PM

 
 

 

 
  Oct 21st- Line: five different stories  
 

Panel Discussion with:
Echo Lew, Chenhung Chen & Linda Sue Price

 
   

Line: five different stories | Sept 10th - Oct 27th

   


     
 

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Line, a fundamental element in art, serves as an essential structure for art making. Here the artist takes inspiration from many diverse sources.  Of course, Nature, but also Past Masters’ drawings as well as Chinese calligraphy and paintings.  Even music, technology and mindfulness spark artists to develop their individual expressions.

Each artist represented in this group uses stroke and structure to show different qualities of line. To paraphrase Paul Klee from his Pedagogical Sketchbook, he writes about the ‘active line’ on a walk, moving freely, without a goal. The artists in this group take lines on very different paths. They use various technical methods to achieve an appreciation of line.

 
Distinct Perspectives exhibit | by: Cassandra Caldwell
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
Epitapha: what dreams may come... exhibit
 
   

From Abstraction to Minimalism  | Sep 10th  -  Oct 16th

   

Opening Reception
   
   
 
     
   
   
 
IE & Beyond exhibit | by: Derrick Yazzie
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
San Bernardino Valley College exhibit
 
   
Ken Sheffer | Variations 5 2011 | oil on canvas | 89.14.05
   

Exploration of compositions via shapes and forms with minimal color palette in 2-D and 3D art works from the IEMA permanent collection

   
   
   

Crafton Hills College
11711 Sand Canyon Road
Yucaipa, CA 92399
https://www.craftonhills.edu

   
   
   
   
 
San Bernardino Valley College exhibit
  A Conversation in the Woods | Nov 12th - Dec 24th
   

Opening Reception Nov 12th 2-5pm

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
Faces: Portraits from the Collection exhibit
 
   
   
   
    When we leave the everyday world, we all are faced with the truth that once we enter the forest we are the forest. The woods are not only the trees and the animals that live there. They are a context, and everything in it, including us, are a part of the context. These artists have brought that sacred truth here and have connected us with the multiple ways we experience the woods. - John Brantingham
   
   
   
   
   
     
 
IE & Beyond exhibit | by: Derrick Yazzie
   
       
 
 
 
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