Local artists will exhibit at a one-day art show at the Rancho Bernardo Library
“Spring Fling,” a free, one-day art exhibit featuring the work of area artists, returns to the Rancho Bernardo Library on Saturday.
“This is an opportunity for us to come together, invite the public, and show our art,” said Sharon Ford, member of the North County Society of Fine Arts.
The exhibit will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Library’s Second Floor Community Room, 17110 Bernardo Center Drive. It is sponsored by Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library. Refreshments will be offered.
A few dozen members of the North County Society of Fine Arts will exhibit their works. This includes Ford, who has said his favorite mediums are pastels and acrylics. During the pandemic, she has focused on plein air painting, which creates art, such as landscape paintings, outdoors.
“The French Impressionists knew the beauty of capturing light,” Ford said.
Most of the artwork will likely be paintings, although there may be mixed media, such as collages, Ford said.
During the art exhibition, NCSFA will present a $1,500 scholarship to Westview High School senior Max Walpole, who has been accepted to the Pratt Institute where she plans to pursue a career in art education. .
Additionally, Java.blu will perform its eclectic mix of popular, jazz, folk and country tunes from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The trio consists of Chris Del Priore on guitar/vocals, Tom Dillon on violin and Lance Gucwa on upright piano. low.
According to Gucwa, the trio is made up of recently retired software professionals who perform semi-professionally at local venues. Their non-musical careers influenced the choice of the group’s name.
During the pandemic, Java.blu worked on an acoustic tribute to rock-jazz band Steely Dan. He will soon make his public debut as “Acoustic Dan”.
The North County Society of Fine Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing education and the appreciation of art and artists in the community. It was founded in 1993 by area teachers, initially as the Poway Art League. . The group adopted its current name three years later.
One of its goals is to encourage arts education by providing scholarships to local high school graduates so they can continue their arts education, according to the group. For more details, visit ncsfa.org.