Randy Stromsoe: Of Mettle And Metal

December 1, 2010 - Journal Plus Magazine

The sinuous, serpentine shapes and fundamental forms of Randy Stromsoe's metal work bear out his ongoing curiosity about pewter, silver and gold and what these alloys and elements can become in the hands of a seasoned craftsman. For nearly forty years, the Cambria artist has wrought his materials with lathe and hammer - and a plethora of tools too numerous to mention, fashioning functional objects of great elegance and authority. Stromsoe's smithery has ranged from the sacred to the profane, spanning liturgical chalices and domestic table settings, as well as jewelry.

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Elegant Evening welcomes the holiday season

December 1, 2010 - Paso Robles Magazine

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Scarlet ruminations

November 25, 2010 - New Times - Volume 25, Number 17

Explore red from a cultural, historical, and physiological perspective-- as seen by the artists of the Really, Really Red Show

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Four Paderewski Youth Competition Participants Play At The Arts Studio

November 13, 2010 - Peninsula Reviews

Marek Zebrowski today introduced a new recital venue for some additional talented Paderewski Youth Competition participants. These four young students, Sydney Haughian, Rory McClish, Lindsay Reed and Brian Bekker were given an opportunity to perform for an audience in the “Paso Robles Arts Studio,” a non-profit organization.

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Art, the anti-desk

November 11, 2010 - New Times - Volume 25, Number 15

Modern-day knights equipped for battle? Exposed lawnmower blades? Two local art shows explore heavy metal with amazing results.

On Alison Walker's lawnmower installation, E.F. Kitchen's photography show 'Suburban Knights,' and the obvious similarities between the two

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