Upcoming Exhibitions

Feng Shui and The Art of Change

July 1, 2019 - July 31, 2019
Deprise Brescia's Studio

The art of placement has long been a topic of conversation and contemplation. Have you ever wanted to energize your space for love, career, abundance and joy? Well if so, this is the show for you. Deprise Brescia presents artwork to energize all areas of your life, home and workspace including wood, earth, metal, water and air elements.

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Aloha Shirts: The Spirit & Story of Hawaii

July 2, 2019 - July 28, 2019
Atrium Gallery

The Aloha spirit comes to Studios on the Park in this colorful exhibition celebrating the Hawaiian shirt and its proud symbolism of Hawaiian heritage.

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Color Me Red

July 4, 2019 - July 31, 2019
PRAA The Showroom

The color of passion and excitement, red is the color of life itself. Red draws the eye and tells us to STOP HERE! You are invited to stop by the Paso Robles Art Association's July exhibit and see how their talented artists paint the town red!

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Celeste Hope Curates

August 1, 2019 - September 1, 2019
Atrium Gallery

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Justice In Justice

September 5, 2019 - September 29, 2019

There is a movement underway in the United States to shift the policies of mass-incarceration away from the transactional system of retribution and punishment toward the more humane objectives of restoration and healing.

In this exhibit, artistic expressions which illustrate the transactional nature of what the justice system imposes on the people caught up within it, are juxtaposed with visuals of those ways in which justice is served by placing humanity within the context of seeking justice-in-justice.

Together with Studios on the Park, guest curators Heather and Kevin Mikelonis invite artists in all mediums to share compelling, thought-provoking, and fearless expressions on this theme. It is their hope the resulting collection of works will serve to educate, inspire, remove fear and form bonds with one’s own other. Perhaps even ask, of what are we so afraid?

If we can’t see it, we can’t feel it. If we can’t feel it, we can’t know it. If we don’t know it nothing changes, and the suffering of those whom we do not know continues under systems which we may even support. Art is a powerful ally in illustrating injustice and also the ways in which healing on both sides is the ultimate justice to seek over seeking solely punishment, full stop.

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