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From the CEO....

April was quite an eventful month, and May has so much more to offer! Once again, artists who donated to the 6th Annual Lottery for the Arts deserve a warm thank you! Your commitment to the arts and supporting Blue Line Arts serves as the backbone of the organization. This year, the work was the most remarkable yet. We hope you will continue to keep Blue Line Arts in your future. Once again, our music series has proven to be something you all want. Ricky Berger was a fabulous story teller, and watching and listening to her perform was unforgettable. Don’t forget to save the dates for more music beginning in August. =

Staff LORI CARDOZA Membership & Development Coordinator KATIE CURLER Education Coordinator KATHLEEN MAZZEI Operations Manager TONY NATSOULAS Exhibitions Consultant

The second annual America’s ClayFest opened in April and runs through May with more than 75 stunning pieces of clay work, from around the globe. Combined with ClayFest, the Susan Cooley-Gilliom Artist in Residency Teaching Program hosted through the Placer Community Foundation brought world famous clay artist, Tip Toland to Blue Line Arts-with two incredible workshops and lectures. Several other clay work, in conjunction with America’s ClayFest can be seen as well. For a full portfolio of clay visit our website at http://www.bluelinearts.org/exhibits/exhibits.html. Finally, please visit “Vestiges” by Marianne Bland, showcasing her one woman show in the WestPark Gallery Wing. As a resident from the community, you’ll recognize familiar scenes and locations. Her work with color and detail sings. As a tribute to our youth artists, Cooley Middle School will show their best works once again, transforming their ideas into art. These creative students’ work is something that will leave you wanting more! Visit us today. Julie Hirota


FEATURES 2 CEO Letter 12 Calls to Artists 20 Artist Profile: Lisa Lancaster 30 Music Series: Fall Series Line Up WHAT’S HAPPENING 4 May Calendar 6 Lottery for the Arts 14 Big Day of Giving 16 Current Exhibits 19 Upcoming Exhibits 24 Gallery Shots by Lang Lew 32 2014 Visiting Artist: Tip Toland EDUCATIONAL 22 Professional Artist Workshop Series 2014 26 Super Sunday Art Academy 28 Summer Fun 36 Spring Break Camp SPECIAL THANKS 10 Thank You Members 34 Past Exhibit Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org • 3


MAY 2014 Gallery hours: Downtown Tuesday Nights May-July open late until 7PM Thurs 11AM - 5PM, Wed Fri & Sat 11AM - 3PM

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Downtown Tuesday Nights May-July open late until 11AM - 7PM

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CIRBY ART PROGRAM

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16 FRI. NEW EXHIBITS OPENS

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FREE TOUR 7:30PM

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10 AM THANK LAST DAY U BRUNCH OF CURRENT LOTTERY EXHIBITS VOLUNTEERS

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THANK YOU TO THE CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

Lottery for the Arts Thursday April 10th, 6PM Patricia Abraham Jody Ahlquist-Mough Don Antram John Arambel Ellene Ashcraft Alan Craig Barnard Sandra Beard Jeffery Beckerleg Diane Ruhkala Bell Jonathan Beth Stanley Bollinger Jesenia Bomgardner Aleksander Bohnak Randy Brennan C Budd Yuko Carson Tom Caswell Vincent DiLeo Judy Dillon Pam Dixon Halina Domanski Trina Drotar Katherine Dube Darlene Engellenner Vicki Foote Chris K Foster Karen Calden Fulk Jon Gariepy Colleen Giorgi Susan Goodmundson Christopher Grimes Ruth Hall Shirley Hazlett 8 • Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org

James Hirschinger Carol Hodgson Doreen Irwin William Ishmael Elma Jella’ Doric Jemison-Ball Ursula Johnson John Johnson Craig Johnson David Kalbach Georg Kickinger Mary King Jennifer Landau Imi LehmbrockHirschinger Kristina Letson Lang Lew Serena Linn Anthony Maki Gill Sergio Maraschin Michele McCormick Jim McMahen Gabriela Michanie Jeanette Morrow Timothy Mulligan Christine Muratore Tony Natsoulas Jeff Nebeker Carol Newland *Purple = Top Three Artists *Blue = Top Ten Artists

*Green = Star Artists

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Barbara Nilsson Barbara Noble Casey O’Connor Ron Oshima Maija Peeples-Bright Zoran Peshich Bobbie Powell Kirk Rademaker Max Redpath-Kennedy Bill Reed Emilie Righetti Jacinto Rivera Lincoln Rogala Laura Ross-Paul Roberta Rousos Nancy Salerno Jan Schachter Elana Sigal Michael D. Smith Chris Stevens Gayle Roger Streff Joe Strickland Jason Tannen Scott M. Taylor Bernard Treanton Mark Webster Rachel Weissberger Victoria Weller Maria Winkler Nanci Woody Judy Yemma


THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS

Dave Sedeno

Roseville Chamber of Commerce Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce Sprague Family Dave Cook Ed Goldman Julie Fielder George Phillips Holly Tiche Jennifer Crisologo David Breninger Eric McIntosh Kelly Peterson Susan Rohan Putah Creek Winery Berryessa Gap Vineyards Danene Tushar Don & Terri Antram Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org • 9


THANK YOU TO OUR MEMBERS

BLUE LINE SOCIETY ($1000+)

BENEFACTOR ($500+)

CarMax Foundation David & Dolly Fiddyment David & Linda Breninger Deanne Green Dick & Louise Wiesner Emily Leff Eric McIntosh Folsom Lake Bank Granite Bay Development Hampton Inn Jeff Jones Jennifer Crisologo John Norman Julie Hirota Morgan Stanley Smith Barney North Valley Bank Placer Community Foundation Placer Valley Tourism Sierra Rock & Landscape Star 106.5 Susan Rohan Sutter Roseville Medical Center Taber Creative Group Thunder Valley Casino & Resort Union Pacific Foundation US Bank Wells Fargo Westfield Galleria Westwood Family Cellars William Ishmael

Aldo Pineschi and Lesli Goto Darla Gierczak Dave and Janice Cook David Breninger Eric Struck First Northern Bank George and Jen Phillips Gray Allen Jon Engellenner Linda Brown Marcus LoDuca Marcy Friedman Michael Ziegler Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs Roseville Auto Mall Roseville Kiwanis Sandor and Holly Tiche Susan Mansfield Suzanne Gazzaniga

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Please welcome our newest Blue Line Artist members! Sierra Adrian Janet Arendt Robin Bagga Garrett Cardoza Delaney Crabtree Dominic Denning Trina Drotar Nadeen Flynn Erin Gallagher

Annika Gittins Ron Hall Katie Hill Erin Hopkins Hannah Kang Heather Kim Kelsey Laduzinski Grace Leonard Anna Lim Sergio Maraschin


THANK YOU TO OUR MEMBERS PATRON ($250+)

CONTRIBUTOR ($100+)

Alexander Low Andrew Klonecke Catherine Vollmer Chris & Sharon Steele Christina Richter Community 1st Bank Darren Siegel David Attaway David & Marybeth Knoll Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market Erica Matney Heron Pacific, Wildlands Integral Financial Management Jack Duran James & Mary Beth Montgomery Janet Dick Janet Wagner Jim & Diane Williams John Johnson John M. Sinclair Joy Westrup Judi & Dwight Stickney Katherine Bryant Katy Schardt Kim Silvers Lion’s Club Roseville Marge Dobrowolski Mary Shaw Merle Axelrad Michael & Kathy Metzger Michael Ziegler Nicholas & Laura Udall Sandra Smoley Sarah Reilly Sierra Vista South Placer Art in Public Places Stephen Martinez Taber Creative Group Ursula Johnson Virginia Amick Zoom Imaging Solutions Inc.

Afie Royo AJ Trombetta Amanda Broadhurst Ann Diamondstone Annette de Bellefeuille Barb Brass Barbara Newell Beckie Clevenger Clifton Johnson Christy McCampbell Craig Johnson David Peterson Donna Eckwortzel Frey Edward Chaney Edward Goldman Elizabeth Kamrar Eric & Paige Stauss Evelyn Broyer Fred & Linda Mitsch Gayle Streff Geneva Parker George Hargrave Gina Garbolino Greg McGovern Helen Phillips Irene Lester Inger Price Jack Powell Jana Nakase Lee Janet Roberts Janice Metrogen Jeff Ronten Jim & Florence Smith John and Mary Lathrop John Johnson Jon & Darlene Engellenner Kathy Metzger Kelly Karas Kevin Lockhart Leonard Davis Lew Fellows Marcia Boden Marcia & Cameron Murray Marilyn Festersen Marvis & Jim Smith Mike Madrid Pat Abraham & Norm Van Huff Paul & Lisa Joiner Ricco & Susan Ches Robyn Slakey Roopal Shah Roseville Rotary Samual Bassett & Pepe Pool Shimo Susana Watson Yuko Carson

Please welcome our newest Blue Line Artist members! Ingrid Martinez Jane McDonlad Teresa Morrison Deanna Nardi Jeffrey Paradis Morgan Paris Ariana Paval Donald Payne

Lucia Polchies Amanda Rehn Austin Rupp Caroline Semmens Kelsey Sorg Brian Spence Charles Sullivan Trisa Swerdlow Rylan Tallman Sara Weatherholt Hana Zarea

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CALLS TO ARTISTS

Click on the titles for more details Mid Century Madness

An exhibition of contemporary art inspired by the Mid-Century Modern period. This exhibit will feature 2D pieces only including: paintings, prints, low-relief sculptures and photography. Providing visual contrast to the juried items. Furniture and artifacts from the mid century period will be displayed throughout the Coker Family Gallery. This year’s judges will be Jim Brown and Michelle Gringeri-Brown, publishers of Atomic Ranch Magazine.

Deadline: May 7th

Membership Medley

It’s time again for our annual Membership Medley exhibit! Members of Blue Line Arts are invited to share their art with the Roseville community in this treasured display.* A catalog will be produced once again, make your photo’s perfect! This year, Blue Line Arts curators,Tony Natsoulas and Katie Curler will be jurying the artwork and cash awards will be given to the top three honors!

Deadline: June 2nd

Items for the Gift Gallery

We are looking for new items to add to the Gift Gallery at Blue Line. We will consider any handmade jewelry, bath products, journals, greeting cards, children’s toys, or any other handmade items. Please, no traditional artworks (i.e. paintings or photography).

Deadline: Ongoing

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Tuesday May 6th, Blue Line Arts will be participating in the Big Day of Giving. Starting at Midnight on May 6th, visit

www.givelocalnow.org/bluelinearts

to make a donation. It is an amazing opportunity to raise unrestricted dollars and shine the spotlight on our organization. We will be joining hundreds of community foundations across the country on this day through a national campaign called "GiveLocalAmerica". This unprecedented event is a celebration of giving by many donors that will not just bring additional funding, but increased awareness.

Donating is Easy! At 12:00 AM on May 6th, You and your family will have the opportunity to logon to our specific donation website. Here you will be able to donate a minimum of $25.00. All donations will be matched by a prorated amount. All major credit cards will be accepted and you will receive a Donation Tax Receipt.

Your Donations will: By donating to Blue Line Arts, you will be able to support the various children programs we hold in our facility yearly. During this time of Art programs being cut throughout our school districts, Blue Line Arts wants to be able to give our kids the chance to become artist. We Thank you for your generosity as you decided on which organizations you want to donate on this Big Day of Giving. Please visit:

www.givelocalnow.org/bluelinearts


THANK YOU TO ALL OUR #BIGDOG DONORS! TOTAL RAISED $10,340.25

Cy Airo Michelle Andres Norman Ashcraft Carol Bargar William Bowen Lynne Cannady Karlee Cemo Dave Cook Jennifer Crisologo Susan Duvall-Serota Julie Fielder Jessica Giblin Colleen Giorgi Ed Goldman Susan Goodmundson William Halldin Julie Hanson Abigail Hewitt Julie Hirota Ellen Huls Edward Inch William Ishmael John Johnson Paul Joiner Ann LeBlanc

Cheri Miller Renee Nash Jill Pease Maija Peeples-Bright Kelly Peterson George Phillips Vicki Plutchok Janis Redpath-Kennedy E. Howard Rudd Scott Shapiro Michael Shimizu Robyn Slakey David Sobon Judy Sowa Stephanie Sugano Meghan Sullivan Anne Thomasmeyer Holly Tiche Rachel Tooker Kirk Trost Kara Ueda June Wanish Susana Watson Anonymous Gift Anonymous Gift

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CURRENT EXHIBITS

Coker Family Gallery America’s ClayFest II April 17 – May 31

WestPark Workshop Gallery Marianne Bland Sponsored By Emily Leff April 17 – May 31

Eli & Edythe Broad Children’s Gallery Visiting Artist in Residence: Tip Toland April 16 – May 10

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Civic Center Bobbie Smith & Robin Giustina May 23 - August 1

Paramount Equity Joyce Auteri March 28 - June 6

Roseville Chamber of Commerce Myron Stephens April 18 - June 27

Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs Celeste Budd DETAIL: ‘Phenotype VIII’ Jamie Bates Slone

January 31- April 11

Oracle Marilyn Dizikes February 17 - May 9

DETAIL: ‘ Birch Trees Wall Plate’ Heather Morrow

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3RD SATURDAY SPONSORS Lone Buffalo Vineyards Lynne Pearce Interiors Buca di Beppo Villa Biscotto “Old World Italian Cookies” Berryessa Gap Vineyards Tahoe Joe’s Silk Road Soda Company Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Grocery Outlet Putah Creek Winery The Drum Lab Two Slices Pie Co.

CURATOR’S CORNER I took the Tip Toland workshop at Blue Line Arts and it made me realize something about making art. For some reason artists think we should be able to do make art the minute we become an “artist”. If we compare the art disciplines to fine art, you find musicians “practicing” scales, writers “learning” how to spell and put sentences together. We put a lot of pressure on ourselves when we try to make a piece of art without the knowledge of how to use a medium or how to come up with ideas. Comments from a curator- study the masters and practice a lot. You can’t break the rules until you know what they are.


UPCOMING EXHIBITS Civic Center Kellen Dyer August 1 - October 10

Paramount Equity Nancy Phillips June 6 - August 15

Roseville Chamber of Commerce Myron Stephens April 18 - June 27

Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs Michael Smith

Coker Family Gallery

April 11 - June 20

Mid Century Madness

Oracle Jenny Wren 2013 Art in the Middle Show

May 9 - July 31

June 5 – July 12

WestPark Workshop Gallery Art You Can Feel Sponsored By Emily Leff June 5 – July 12

Eli & Edythe Broad Children’s Gallery Art in the Middle Cooley Middle School Students May 13 – June 17 Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org • 19


ARTIST PROFILE LISA LANCASTER Q&A Who is your favorite artist and why? French Impressionist Claude Monet is my favorite with his amazing impressions of light & color. How did you get your start? Inspiration from my grandmother who was an artist.

What is a hidden talent of yours? Calling forth the hidden beauty & creativity in others that connects them with their value & worth

What are you most proud of? Come to the River is my favorite and most meaningful work. What has been your biggest challenge as an artist? Expressing the depth of what I see that goes beyond what we see in the natural, (the unseen).

What do you see happening in the next 5 years? Increase in my artwork, open doors, new connections & opportunities, inspiring others to create.

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Website: www.ConsecratedArt.com Email:lisajean@ConsecratedArt.com

FAVORITES Artwork: Impression: Sunrise Author/Writer: Bob Sorge Guilty Pleasure: Chocolate Museum/ Gallery: NelsonAtkins Museum of Art, Kansas City Musician/Band: Matt Gilman Escape: The ocean an the mountains.


‘Come to the River’ 2011

‘ Transformation’ 2013

‘Breaking Forth’ 2012

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PROFESSIONAL ARTIST WORKSHOP 2014 Comments from KCRA A-List Voters “The exhibits are so creative and your imagination can run wild in the Blue Line! The Children’s Gallery has a wonderful art created by kids of all ages with such unique talent! Its an amazing gallery for the whole community to experience!” -Kelly P. “A landmark in Downtown Roseville! Best art gallery in the region!” -Scott A. “Great contemporary art and lovely staff!” -Jean S. “Blue Line maintains and manages local as well as World Class art programs and shows. Lucky to have them here in South Placer County.” -Deidre T. “Awesome place with awesome staff! Check out their shows whenever you have a chance.” -Serge L. “Love the Blue Line!” -Lisa J.

REGISTER HERE

DROP IN FIGURE DRAWING WILL RETURN DURING DOWNTOWN TUESDAYS NIGHTS IN JUNE! $10 ONLY

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• Marketing & Self-Promotion for Artists Part of being an independent artist is marketing yourself and self promotion. In this workshop, you will identify avenues to get the word out on your artwork, learn how to tell people what you do, and how to make valuable contacts. You will brainstorm ideas and create a draft marketing plan that can kick start your career.

Saturday May 24th, 11AM - 12:30PM ~Members: $15 ~Non-Members: $20

• Working with Galleries In this 90-minute workshop, you will learn how to identify galleries that are appropriate partners for you, evaluate their business practices, understand your responsibility as an artist in their art stable, and learn how to build healthy working relationships.

Saturday June 28th, 11AM - 12:30PM ~Members: $15 ~Non-Members: $20

• Creating a High Impact Art Resume Resumes can be daunting, but they are the best chronicle of your accomplishments. In this 60-minute workshop, learn how to format and communicate the work you’ve done in a professional, high impact way. You’ll get the guidance you need to create a resume that can become a living document of your career.

Saturday July 26th, 11AM - 12PM ~Members: $10 ~Non-Members: $15

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GALLERY SHOTS BY LANG LEW

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SUPER SUNDAY ART ACADEMY Want a great way to spend your Sunday? If your child has a hectic schedule this spring, but still wants to squeeze time in for art, consider Super Sundays at Blue Line Arts! A new theme will be revealed each month and new, awesome art activities will be held every Sunday from 1-4PM.

‘Pop Art’ Gary Grayson

Super Sunday Art Academy is offered during the school year and will not run in June and July. Sessions will resume in August.

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“ART POP” Art is going to explode at Blue Line Arts as we explore Pop Art in this month’s Super Sunday Art Academy activities! Kids will learn about popular illustrators, how artistic techniques are used in advertising and so much more! May dates: 4th, 18th, and 25th (1PM - 4PM) Members monthly fee: $20/per day fee: $6 Non-Members monthly fee: $30/per day fee: $8 Programs are free or discounted for members. Not a member yet? Join today and start saving on fun learning.

REGISTER HERE

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REGISTER HERE

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Programs are free or discounted for members. Not a member yet? Join today and start saving on fun learning. Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org • 29


2014 FALL MUSIC SERIES Singer Derek Thomas 9.5.14

Cast Country Band 8.8.14

Jazz Singer Rachel Lauren 10.3.14 Guitarist Stephen Holland 11.22.14

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ALL SERIES TICKECTS AVAILABLE

Cast Country Band Friday 8.8.14 Singer Derek Thomas Friday 9.5.14 Jazz Singer Rachel Lauren Friday 10.3.14 Brazillian Guitarist Stephen Holland Saturday 11.22.14 Members per person $22.00 Non-Members per person $28.00 Become a Patron Member today and receive all fall shows for you and a guest for FREE. Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org • 31


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2014 VISITING ARTIST TIP TOLAND Presented By


Detail:’Kelsy Sorg’

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THANK YOU TO THE STUDENTS & TEACHERS FOR PARTICIPANTING IN THE ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL COMPETITION (April 2014) Colfax High School MARCIE ARTEAGA ROBIN CLARK

Granite Bay High School MYRON STEPHENS RON OWENS

Hamilton High School LINDA GREEN

Oakmont High School LENA ALLEN SUSAN CARMON

Rocklin High School FRANK SHIELDS NANCY HAYES

Roseville High School JOYCE HENRY PATRICIA LEONG

Western Sierra Collegiate Academy JULIETTE MONACO

Whitney High School DEBORAH LANE

Woodcreek High School STEVE KRUZIC Blue Line Arts Magazine • bluelinearts.org • 35


EXPLORATION OF JAPAN, ITALY, FRANCE, GREECE, & AFRICA

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS President DAVE COOK RCH Group Vice President - Marketing ED GOLDMAN Goldman Communications, Inc. Vice President - Development & Artist Affairs WILLIAM ISHMAEL Artist Past President JULIE FIELDER CEO, AyurNomics Treasurer GEORGE PHILLIPS Phillips Land Law Secretary HOLLY TICHE Consultant Board Member at Large JENNIFER CRISOLOGO New England Financial

Directors DAVID BRENINGER Placer County Water Agency ED INCH Dean of Arts & Letters California State University of Sacramento JEFF JONES WestPark Associates ERIC MCINTOSH Zoom Imaging Solutions Inc. KELLY PETERSON Layers of Color SUSAN ROHAN Mayor of Roseville JOHN SINCLAIR Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain

May 2014 Issue  

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