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“The range of artistic styles weave together different aspects of the skateboard culture including graffiti art, tattoo art, and pop surrealism. All of the work is skateboard themed and the pieces range from photography to works on canvas. The actual skate deck itself, however, is the surface that most of the artists choose to create their work on,” said guest curator, artist, and skateboarder Matt Ritchie. This exhibition features outstanding works by artists from Berkeley, San Jose, San Ramon, San Francisco, Vacaville, Sacramento and other locations throughout the Bay Area to Los Angeles and even one from New

through June 7. The Olive Hyde Art Guild sponsors the reception with light appetizers. This gathering is a great opportunity to meet the artists and talk a little shop; whether an artist, skateboarder, enthusiast of cool art shows, or all of the above, this exhibit is sure to leave its mark. For more information, call the Olive Hyde Gallery at (510) 7914357 or (510) 494-4322.

York. Participants include Christie Benjamin, John Berger, Paul Bosch, George Campise, C.B . Canga, Brian Canio, Greg Dyer, Philip Eggleston, Emonic, Joe Fenton, Todd Fuller, Ricardo Gonzalez, Jessica Jenkins, Joe Kelly, Marcos Lafarga, Phillip Long, Patrick Lugo, Cameron Miller, Joseph Murdach, Patrick O’ Connell, Shannon O’ Connor, Goran Rajkovik, Matt Ritchie, Lucien Shapiro, Timothy Tang, Joey Vela, Visible Damage, Richard “Ricky” Watts, Jonathan Wayshak, Cody Williams, Nana Williams, and Lauren YoungSmith. “Decked Out” opens with a reception on Friday, May 9 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and runs

Silvie Lukacova SUBMITTED BY CHRISTINE BENDER Set within the Sun Gallery as a completely independent exhibition space, the Ken Cook Room has tall white walls, a clerestory window on one side and ample floor space to act as a dedicated project room and space to show work specific to one artist. Our first exhibition, currently showing through June 1, 2014 in the Ken Cook Room, is that of Czech artist, Silvie Lukacova (http://www.silvielukacova.com/home.html) “I apply paint to the surface of canvas or a wood panel to explore and express my understanding and view of the world around me and within me. My work is largely intuitive, exploring connections and relations between shapes, lines and colors, as a way of making sense of events and relations in real life; as well as a contemplation on the human condition, and a search for simplicity and order in the seemingly chaotic.” Silvie Lukacova Through Jun 1 Reception: Saturday, May 10 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Sun Gallery 1015 E St, Hayward www.sungallery.us (510) 581-4050

Decked Out: Skateboard Deck Art and Photography Show Friday, May 9 – Saturday, Jun 7 Thursday – Sunday, noon – 5 p.m. Opening Reception: Friday, May 9 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Olive Hyde Art Gallery 123 Washington Blvd, Fremont (510) 791-4357 http://olivehydeartguild.org/

Newark Police Log continued from 37 caught by Macy’s Loss Prevention stealing men’s clothing. Prem was cited and released at the store. Officer Coffey arrested Jack Enriquez (Milpitas) for Domestic Violence and False Imprisonment at 2:44 p.m. Jack assaulted his girlfriend whom he currently lives with. The two were involved in an argument while at the NewPark Mall. The argument turned violent when Jack began to punch the victim in the face while inside the couple’s vehicle. Victim attempted to flee the vehicle but was held against her will. The incident was witnessed by several people who called 911. Jack was taken into custody without incident. He was later booked at Santa Rita Jail. Officer Neithercutt arrested Carlos Colin for violating his restraining order at 3:48 p.m. Carlos showed up at his father’s house and started a disturbance. Upon learning the police had been called, Carlos fled the area. He was contacted at Marv’s Liquors on Mayhews Landing Road where he was causing another disturbance. Carlos was taken into custody for the restraining order violation. During the ride to jail, Carlos became combative and began to kick the patrol car doors, and windows. Thank You to Fremont PD who dispatched several officers to help secure Carols in the police car. Carlos made several attempts to bite and head butt Officer Neithercutt. Carlos also threatened to kill Officer Neithercutt, his wife, and his children providing explicit details how this was going to happen. Carlos was transported to Santa Rita Jail where he was booked for court order violation and death threats to a public official. Officer Norvell investigated an auto burglary that occurred in the parking lot of the 24 hour Fitness Center at 9:06 p.m. A window on the victim vehicle was smashed and a laptop computer, an IPad and other electronic items were

taken from the vehicle. Time frame was from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. At 9:07 p.m., Officer Sandoval investigated an auto burglary that occurred in the parking lot of the Nijo Castle Restaurant. A window of the victim’s vehicle was broken and a laptop was stolen. The theft occurred between 7:45 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 29 Officer Kovach met at 11:53 p.m. with a victim of Domestic Violence at the Police Department. The victim was assaulted by his girlfriend at their Newark residence. Officer Kovach was not able to contact the suspect, Tenaya Sabsay, (of Fremont). Wednesday, April 30 At 6:57 a.m., Officer Warren contacted the suspect from last night’s domestic violence incident’ Tenaya Sabsay (of Fremont), she was arrested for felony domestic violence and was booked at Fremont City Jail. Thursday, May 1 During a traffic stop at 10:54 a.m., Officer Rodgers arrested Brett Scott (of Sunnyvale) for the violation of a domestic violence restraining order as he was in the vehicle with protected person. He was booked at Fremont Jail. At 11:30 a.m., Officer Fredstrom investigated a cold residential burglary occurred at 35500 block of Blackburn Drive. The loss was a purse and its contents. At 1:58 p.m., Officer Johnson investigated a vehicle burglary at 5889 Central Ave. Loss is unknown at this time. Officer Horst investigated a vehicle burglary at 2:02 p.m. at the 6100 block of Thornton Ave. Loss was money and a 12v charger. Any person with any information concerning these incidents can contact the non-emergency line at 510578-4237. Information can also be left anonymously on the “silent witness” hotline at 510-578-4000, extension 500.

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