Sat, Mar 07 | Walt Girdner Photo Studio & Gallery

(Art Exhibition) Different Art, Same Heart: The Art of Coming Together

Saturday evening March 7th in the Theater District of Pasadena. A small group show, with a sneak peak at some of my best pieces. Joining me are filmmaker and artist Patricia Cunliffe and the emerging Jeff Stridde.
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Time & Location

Mar 07, 2020, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Walt Girdner Photo Studio & Gallery, 27 S El Molino Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101, USA

About the Event

Hi everybody, I'm having a small group art show, with lovely filmmaker and artist Patricia Cunliffe and the emerging Jeff Stridde Art Saturday evening March 7th. in the Theater District of Pasadena. This is the Facebook link to the Walt Girdner Gallery   Be our guests and make it to the party!

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Walt Girdner Gallery March 7, 2020 – March 28, 2020 

Different Art, Same Heart (The art of coming together) 

Expressing positive diversity in the realm of art in the human experience. Pushing the envelope, creating vision, beauty, and evolution is a very special fellowship of the creative in all areas of life. These three artists are an example of just that. 

Panamanian-American artist Rudy Cole produces charcoal drawings, 3D paper collage, mixed media works, and portraits by commission. Developing a style all his own, Rudy mixes photorealistic charcoal figures and silhouettes with paper collage to create 3D scenes bursting with color and pattern. He has exhibited in numerous galleries and has sold to private collections worldwide. Among many shows, his work has been featured for ArtNight Pasadena, Pasadena Public Library’s Black History Festival, Lanesha Cole Gallery at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, Pasadena Art Walk and was a high contributor for the California Legislative Black Caucus Scholarship Fundraiser in Pebble Beach. He returns to the Walk Girdner Gallery after his previous “Women of Culture” exhibit in April 2018.  ********************************************************      New Mexico Native Patricia Cunliffe is an integrated producer of various mediums – best known for her bilingual documentary feature about Latino artists in Los Angeles, A Language of Passion and as production manager for the PBS documentary, Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race. Patricia, also an abstract painter has produced & directed art films Rhiannon’s Bridge, Musings and Potters Field, all of which screened together for her 2018 solo exhibition Color, Paper, Vision & Canvas.  Patricia penned an exclusive feature on the legendary filmmaker Kenneth Anger for Amass Magazine and is a frequent contributor to the Pasadena Weekly. Currently, Patricia is in post-production on her documentary, The Pueblo Revolt; and was a grant recipient for her ArtNight Pasadena multi-media presentation based on the documentary, Revolt in America 96 Years Before the American Revolution. *************************************************       Although new to the exhibiting scene, Jeff Stridde has been an artist since birth. Graduating school with top honors as a drummer Jeff initially chose a career as a deep-sea diver for Oceaneering International’s Gulf Coast Division before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music. Jeff started painting in recent years and much to his own surprise, he has found his work attracting art collectors almost immediately. Unable to paint a tree he found comfort in the strange land of abstract art and is quite at home attempting to express the inexpressible. Music is still a large part of Jeff Stridde’s life as a member of the eclectic and highly abstract band Saucer X. 

Be our guest at the opening reception on March 7 at 6:00 PM 

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