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Inside Blue Line Arts

March 2 - March 28, 2019

A Closer Look

Swirly Girly - Christine Muratore Evans / Acrylic and oil pastel on paper / 
25" x 31"

Coker Family Gallery Lottery for the Arts

The Lottery for Arts is an annual fundraising event that provides collectors with an opportunity to acquire original works of fine art by professional and emerging artists, all while raising money for art education by supporting a non-profit organization and its community of artists.

Every piece in this show has been generously donated by the artists and will be available during our Lottery for the Arts event on March 28.

You can purchase tickets to the event here.

Feature Foyer Lottery for the Arts

Jane Foole - Deborah Bridges / 
Ceramic / 
12" H
Golden Rules and Apron Strings - Alexa Welch / 
Acrylic mixed media / 
36" x 36"

Westpark Gallery Lottery for the Arts

 

 

Eli and Edythe Broad Education Gallery Lottery for the Arts

 

 

Central Park - Halina Domanski / 
Canvas, acrylic paint, found objects / 
20" x 16" x 1.5"

Art At Work

Connecting Businesses with the Arts--Blue Line Arts runs the Art at Work program to create more display opportunities for local artists to show their work outside of the gallery.  Each Art at Work location is a Royal Blue Member which provides their local business with new art displays, among other benefits.  This program is designed to showcase works of art in order to support and promote emerging artists in the local and regional area, providing an enhanced aesthetic environment to the Roseville and Sacramento communities. 

Art displays rotate quarterly at each location listed below.

 

Roseville Chamber of Commerce “Contemporary Veteran Art” from the Veteran Artist Program

Veteran Artist Program

“What’s ART got to do with Veterans?” In 2011 the “National Initiative for Arts & Health in the Military”, aligned with Walter Reed Hospital, Bethesda, determined that Art Heals.  The Veteran Artist Program, a 501c3 founded in 2010 by BR McDonald, Army Special Operations Command and Opera Singer, helps veterans reconnect after service and express themselves through their artwork.

 VAP has created a community of artists, who are also veterans, who had stepped away from their art to serve and propels their artworks into the mainstream creative arts community through networking, online collaboration and public art shows.

This show represents some of their work.  Multiple military divisions, art genres, and candidate diversity are represented.  Thank you for supporting our veteran artists to share their stories.

 New members always welcome to our closed FB community:

 www.veteranartistprogram.org/community or

contact Kathleen Ellertson, 916 952 3291.

Chamber of Commerce is located at 650 Douglas Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678

Hours

Wednesday 8:30AM–5PM
Thursday 8:30AM–5PM
Friday 8:30AM–5PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 8:30AM–5PM
Tuesday 8:30AM–5PM
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Roseville Civic Center Highlights from the Veteran Artist Pentagon Show

After returning home, a veteran has not only lived through challenging experiences, a veteran is trying to rejoin society in an ever-growing and changing the civilian world. While many don’t like to talk about their experiences, some choose to express and heal themselves through art.

The Veteran Artist Program is a nonprofit organization that takes artists who are also veterans and propels their work and careers into the mainstream creative arts community through networking, mentorships, and collaborations with professional artists. The program also has a private Facebook community open to the artists to discuss and showcase their work in a safe setting.

“These are veterans who were artists and stepped away to serve,” Ellertson said. “These veterans are either getting back into their art careers, using art to cope or found art while serving.”

“Veterans want to have a life when they return home and don’t necessarily want to talk about their experiences,” she said. “The Veterans Art Program gives the ability to express some of their experiences. As an artist myself, it’s important for me to help promote and showcase the work of our veterans.”

Roseville Civic Center is located at 311 Vernon St, Roseville, CA 95678

Hours:

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

CLARA Aaron Lee

My work is a reflection of the world we live in. I agree with Matisse when he said, “all art is religious.” My work explores the themes of spirituality, consumerism, popular culture, psychology, and contemporary elegant design. My goal is to create remarkable art and continue in the dialog with the great masters of art history. I believe in the power of creativity and the power that fine art has to provide healing and inspiration for the viewer. I paint on canvas with oil paint and also explore working with acrylic and spray paint for diverse textures and techniques. I also enjoy working in sculpture, jewelry making, product design, and printmaking. I am fascinated by philosophy, color relationships, and precision craftsmanship. My dream is to open a youth center and teach young people how to be creative in the areas of art, music, and mental health. My goal is to exhibit my work in museums, in public art displays and in galleries with the intent to engage people with the power of creativity and to help them believe that everyone has a genius that needs to blossom. 
https://www.aaronleeart.com/

CLARA is located at , 2420 N St, Sacramento, CA 95816

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Evergreen

"We are living longer and attitudes about aging are starting to change. Life expectancy has improved dramatically over the past 20 years. In fact not only are we living longer, but our senior population is more productive in retirement. Older adults are, and can be blessing, not only to their families, but to their communities as well. Every line and wrinkle comes with a myriad of life experiences and tells a story about the road we have traveled and the world in which we live." - Eskaton

In an effort to raise awareness as to the beauty of aging and appreciation for the elders in our community, Eskaton--a nonprofit senior care provider offering innovative housing, healthcare and social services--held a photo contest (in November 2018) for professionals and amateurs alike to capture inspirational moments that 'help shape the way we think about the beauty aging through uplifting images.'

To learn more, please visit: www.Eskaton.org

Evergreen Home Loans is located at: 2241 Suite 250 Douglas Blvd, Roseville, CA 95661

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 

8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. 

 

3rd Saturday Art Reception open to the public on March 16th from 2-4pm

316 Vernon Street Aaron Lee

 

My work is a reflection of the world we live in. I agree with Matisse when he said, “all art is religious.” My work explores the themes of spirituality, consumerism, popular culture, psychology, and contemporary elegant design. My goal is to create remarkable art and continue in the dialog with the great masters of art history. I believe in the power of creativity and the power that fine art has to provide healing and inspiration for the viewer. I paint on canvas with oil paint and also explore working with acrylic and spray paint for diverse textures and techniques. I also enjoy working in sculpture, jewelry making, product design, and printmaking. I am fascinated by philosophy, color relationships, and precision craftsmanship. My dream is to open a youth center and teach young people how to be creative in the areas of art, music, and mental health. My goal is to exhibit my work in museums, in public art displays and in galleries with the intent to engage people with the power of creativity and to help them believe that everyone has a genius that needs to blossom. 
https://www.aaronleeart.com/

316 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 

Hours

  • Mon: 9am-4pm
  • Tue: 9am-4pm
  • Wed: 9am-4pm
  • Thu: 9am-4pm
  • Fri: 9am-4pm
  • Sat: 9am-1pm
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Become a Gallery Sponsor

Interested in having your organization recognized during our next show?  Promote your support for the arts by becoming our next Gallery Sponsor!

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Want to Meet the Artists?

Join us for the reception every 3rd Saturday of the month from 5-8pm

 

2019 Exhibit Calendar

Become a Blue Line Arts Member

Join us in creating a vibrant community through the arts! Become a member and receive discounts on classes, events & purchases all while supporting efforts to provide a home for exploring and appreciating the arts through exhibition and related programing.