Tonight there was a reception at the Vargas Gallery for Silicon Valley Small Art 2015 which includes the work of artists Carmen Almlie-Martinez, Lynette Cook, Goran Konjevod, Dee Hooker, Diane Kreiter, Terry Kreiter, Won Ly, Adele Seltzer, Beth Shields, Peter Taber, Corinne Whitaker, Sheila Winner, and Tom Yacoe.
I knew my friend Tom Yacoe was in the show and I was eager to see his beautiful work. His acrylic paintings, Sierra Runoff, Russian River 3, and Seaside Looking South are on exhibit.
Tom Yacoe – Seaside Looking South – Acrylic on Canvas
I was happy to see Lynette Cook exhibiting as well, showing her oil paintings, I Can See Forever, City Geometry, It’s Always Time For Peace. The detail!
Lynette Cook – City Geometry – Oil on MDF
I asked Lynette Cook to show me the catalogue from her joint exhibit with her mother -“Mother & Daughter” – paintings and textiles on exhibit in Baltimore and coming to Stanford Spaces in May.
D. Hooker‘s mixed media pieces with Curator, Lynne Todaro.
D. Hooker’s mixed media on cigar boxes – so playful!
Goran Konjavad – folded paper.
A peek only of the very interesting 3D printed sculpture Jive by Corinne Whitaker.
Silicon Valley Small Art 2015 at the Vargas Gallery in the Gillmor Center at Mission College will run until December 19.