Art Gallery

Artists for November & December 2018: Yael Korin and Claryce Knupper

Claryce Knupper
Do everything with love and gratitude, convey a sense of joy and live with a spirit of generosity.

Following a major health “hiccup”, Claryce realized that life is too short not to enjoy one’s passions. This “hiccup”, opened a door to Claryce’s love for painting, And, so began her adventures testing various mediums before landing on silk and watercolor painting. Claryce combines various graphic design techniques, strong colors and interesting angles to grab and hold the viewer’s eye.

www.claryceknupperartstudio.com
437 Chapparal Lane
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
805.602.1789

Yael Korin
I Live in Los Osos. Like many others, I was drawn to the beauty of the central coast, and am fortunate to make it my home.

When out with my camera, I seek inspiration form the surrounding environment; looking for combinations of texture, color, shape and composition that may work as foundations for finished photographs. I am interested in sharing an alternative view of our world, revealing what is there if we learn to look deeper.

www.yaelkorin.net
Ykorin@ucla.edu
310.387.0547


Pinot Noir Harvest Grapes by Claryce Knupper

Beaver Pond by Yael Korin

Blue Herons at Dusk by Claryce Knupper

Chromatic Texture 2 by Yael Korin

Harmony Buckskins by Claryce Knupper

Chromatic Texture 5 by Yael Korin

Under the Watchful Eye by Claryce Knupper

Golden Forest by Yael Korin


Apply to be on the Clark Center Lobby Walls!!

The Clark Center for the Performing Arts accepts applications in the fall from fine Artists interested in exhibiting their work annually. Public art is displayed in both the Center lobby and in the Salon hallway. There is sufficient space for large bodies of work. Artists working with mixed media, oil, water color, pastels, pen and ink, sketching, etc. are encouraged to apply.

Artists are juried for content acceptability and a total of 10 artists will be selected and paired to display their work for a two-month period during the following year. The deadline for applying is typically late October and artists are notified in late November. The sale of art requires a contribution of 20% of the sale price to the Clark Center Foundation which is used for funding performing arts scholarships and grants.

Click here to download the art application. For more information, please contact Kris Sinay, Clark Center Community Relations Manager, at art@clarkcenter.org

Clark Center Performing Arts Association