Chemers Gallery
Always something NEW

It's been a while since we've told you about new art and artists. We have some wonderfully talented individuals doing extraordinary work! Let us share four of them with you today...
Lorraine Bubar creates the
most amazing, intricate
papercuts and we feel so lucky to have found her. Karen was introduced to Lorraine through her dancing buddy, Debbie N, who told Karen "you just have to see her work!" and she was right.
Continuing the folk tradition of paper cutting, Lorraine designs her work using layer upon layer of beautiful paper. Lorraine came to art through animation and has honed her fine art craft in papercut and painting. She was educated at UCLA, Yale and CSULA.
You have to see Lorraine's work in person to truly appreciate how talented she really is!

He's not new to Chemers Gallery, but Nick Capaci
took a little vacation from his 2-dimensional artwork to explore his fascination with glass and that's new to you!
Nick states that the melding of science and art has always been a stimulant to his creative process. He loves the ambiguities of glass and happenstance that occurs due to lack of absolute control of the glass.
Nick's glasswork has taken two different directions: One that is linear, fusing glass into geometric forms; the other, quite painterly layering transparent and opaque glass. In either case, distinct sophistication is their underpinning.

The first time we fell in love with April Raber was about 8 years ago at a show at the SJC Mission. We weren't bold enough to give her a call to have her work at the gallery. But, this year for our "Viewpoints" show... we did and she so graciously enterered! After the show we asked her to continue exhibiting with us and she said "yes!" Yeah!
April sees the world through different eyes. She takes an ordinary urban or industrial scene and turns it into an interesting design. Up close they almost seem to be abstract blocks of color. Farther away they create a fascinating image.
Educated at BYU, April has painted since she was a child. She is a Signature Member of Oil Painters of America, Signature Member of LPAPA and a Member of the California Art Club.
Another returning artist, after a short hiatus, is Larry Morace  from 
San Francisco. His urbanscapes swirl with life, you can almost feel the bustle of the city and the semi-quiet of the residential areas.
Drawing on his influences of such artists as Alice Neel, Richard Diebenkorn & Wayne Thiebaud, Larry's pastels are a study in color and abstraction of everyday life.
The frame on this artwork is unique, almost like a window frame from which you are looking out onto the street outside. Come by, check it out!
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