CLOSING RECEPTION: Unfettered, Bottom Feeder, Luchx Forever & Todd Westover
April 6 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Please join us for the closing reception of UNFETTERED, BOTTOM FEEDER: Views from the Arroyos, LUCHX FOREVER & TODD WESTOVER on Saturday, April 6, from 2-4PM! Light refreshments will be served.
Exhibition Dates: March 9 – April 6, 2019
Closing Reception: Saturday, April 6, 2-4PM
SCWCA has asked their members to be free to create artwork in their style and medium. Their artists have chosen to show us their passion in a work of their choice. This exhibit also honors Women’s History Month.
Richard Willson is an urban planning professor and a painter. Painting is his assertion that “observation is environmentalism.” He is a professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Cal Poly Pomona. Willson holds a Ph. D. from UCLA and studied art at the Otis College of Art and Design.
Maritza Torres is a Xicanx artist based in Los Angeles. She was born in the suburbs of Murray, Utah in 1983 into a large Mormon family (She no longer practices and is Athiest). Torres and her work are in constant evolution each lending to the other. Currently her work focuses on unraveling and understanding her own Xicanx identity.
Todd started painting with his two young children. At first trying to use up the paint they left behind, he painted flower forms that reflected his love of 1950’s and 60’s pop culture imagery. The flowers can be traced back to a doodle as a child on school notebooks, then during meetings as an adult. Also a graphic designer and photographer living in The Brewery Arts Complex in Los Angeles, he has art directed several national newsstand magazines, designed websites, books, posters, music packaging, and lots of other stuff.