Al Preciado is perhaps best known for his amazing expressionist paintings and sculpture. He is a very prolific artist who keeps on experimenting with subject and form, while returning back to his main themes: women, nature and the suffering of man.
As a a teacher at Bellarmine Prepartory School, he has inspired several generations of young painters and sculptors. As a leader at the Citadel and Kaleid Gallery, he continues to create opportunities for artists to explore new realms of expression.
"Syd Dunton is a creative woodworker who places his Studio Furniture on the fine line of art and function. His innovative employment of marquetry (inlay of thin veneers) in both his 3-dimensional sculptures and his 2-dimensional wall art are meticulous in their support of an abstract statement and reveal an artist passionate about his artwork; one who is always reaching out to new ideas while displaying a solid technique in a genuinely original body of work."
I am currently represented in three galleries in the Bay Area.
Please visit my website at www.cristinavelazquez.com
Bea Garth has been creating art for over thirty years. Her work includes painting, ceramic sculpture, drawing and poetry. She focuses on the nexus between the conscious and the unconscious, creating a visual landscape often peopled by contorted figures trying their best to figure out just who they are and what they are feeling. Bea often uses her political training to help organize both art and poetry events and organizations--just as she is doing now for SVAC. To see more of her artwork (and poetry), see her website at: http://beagarth.org. You can contact Bea by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.