What a perfect opportunity to meet our new & established artists, listen to music and enjoy all our shopping center has to offer at the Enderle Center Summer Concert Series!
2nd Concert Thursday June 16th 5-8pm
featuring Margaret Klemm Harp Trio
and watch our artists paint while you listen...
Jim Wodark, we have 5 new artists demonstrating...
Just added, Jewely by Joanna Craft!
Let us introduce you to:
Award winning artist Dana Cooper
creates colorful "slice of life" paintings in oil. She
captures people, places and things, allowing the viewer to witness a moment in time and create their own narrative. Her travels influence her subject matter reflecting different cultural norms.
An Arizona State University graduate, Dana has taught for more than 20 years. She began teaching art to children. After she retired she began painting full time in addition to teaching drawing & painting to adults in her spare time.
Dana participated in our "Scenes of Tustin" show taking 3rd Place! Her work has been most influenced through her studies with Kim English, Randall Sexton, Carolyn Anderson and Cynthia Grilli.
Meet Dana at the Concert Series June 16th & July 21st.
Sand & Rock
Dori Dewberry knew art
would be her calling since she
was a high school student at Art
Center School of Design. She
worked as a commercial
designer for 10 years until she
had her first child. As a stay at
home mom Dori began
studying and exploring new
mediums through classes at
Santiago and Santa Ana
Colleges. She fell in love with
Dori works in a painterly impressionistic style, preferably from life. Painting plein air allows her to see light and color as it happens. She loves the challenges of nature and its powerful beauty.
Dori took 3rd place in our "USPA Annual Exhibition and Sale." She is continually studying the art of painting with masters such as Sally Strand, Kamillia Hardy, Tom Brown, Randall Sexton & Greg LaRock.
Meet Dori at the Concert Series June 16th & July 21st.
Morning Light, Los Angeles
Julie Hill's watercolor work is uniquely her own. She starts with black and white photos from which she makes detailed drawings. She then applies washes of color, loose and outside the lines. Subsequent layers of color reveal shape and detail. By using black and white photos she remains unbiased to color choices while staying true to values and shapes.
In Julie's former life, she was a scientist. As a primarily self taught artist, she expresses a deep passion and joy in her painting. She likes to think of herself as "Capturing Life with Brushstrokes."
Julie's paintings have been published in several international publications and she has participated in numerous juried competitions including the prestigious Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition.
Meet Julie at the Concert Series June 16th & July 21st.
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Recent CSULB grad,
Ian Paul, brings it! His style is unique, fresh, contemporary & an exciting take on the landscape architecture.
Ian participated in the "Scenes of Tustin Show" this year where he won Honorable Mention and People's Choice Awards.
You may have seen him at the 2010 Bowers Museum Southern California Representational Exhibit & Sale winning the Blue Ribbon!
Ian works in mixed media on board, using primarily acrylics. He paints using a flat brush, straw wrappers & whatever will produce his desired effect.
Passionate about his work, give Ian a few minutes and he'll tell you the inspiration in creating his artwork. We hope you'll love his charm as much as we do.
Meet Ian at the Concert Series July 21st
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And now for something completely different... Desserts! Yum. Karen found
Anthony Salvo at the LPAPA fundraiser for the Tustin Schools Foundation. Yes, he does wonderful loose plein air work. Yes, we do have some at the gallery. Yes, we do have other artists that do plein air. No, we have nobody else serving us dessert!
Anthony's art career has spanned more than 35 years, drawing and painting at an early age. He recieved a BFA in Graphic Design and Packaging from Art Center College of Design.
Inspired by his mother who baked amazing apple pie for the family, Anthony set out to paint every delicious morsel he could sink his teeth into. We are getting wonderful comments on his work & enjoy dreaming about what we cannot eat.
Meet Anthony at the Concert Series June 16th & July 21st.