January 14, 4-7 pm, Saturday: Artists' Reception
perform at 5:30 p
February 2, 6-9 pm: First Thursday San Pedro Art Walk
February 19, 3-5 pm
: Artist Talk
|John Dingler, Whistleblower John Kiriakou, 69"x 50"
Dear President, is an art exhibition corresponding with the January 2017 presidential inauguration. The artwork touches on issues that face our country and is displayed along with the artists' letters to the president as a statement. All artwork and letters will be combined into a catalog to be mailed out to the President in Washington DC, representatives and the press.
The catalog will also be available for purchase by order.
Some of America's major issues will be addressed in the exhibition such as: Money in Politics, Climate Change, Military Quagmires, Women's Reproductive Rights, Education, Polarization (Cultural divisiveness), Inequality (social and economic), Gun Control, Immigration, Military Spending, GMO, Fracking, Space, Drug Policy, Welfare, Criminal Justice, and more...
Kate Carvellas, Darice Chang, Michael Chomick, Annie Clavel, Preston Craig, Gina Cunningham, Rick Dallago, Teresita DeLaTorre, John Dingler, Edem Elesh, Paige Emery, Luis Favela, Kathi Flood,
Scott Froschauer, Steve Fujimoto, Richelle Gribble,
, Cie Gumucio,Benjamin Jancewicz, Julian Kehle, Janet Le, Sheri Leigh O'Conner, Eva Kolosvary-Stupler, Mona-Lisa Lind, Duncan Linthicum,
Ann Mann Lynch, Gina M., Zachary Mendoza, Narsiso Martinez, Karena Massengill, Zachary Mendoza, Mary Milelzcik, Tom Miller, Ellen November, Michelle Nunes, Toni Reinis, Michelle Rozic, Kuniko Ruch, Mati Russo, Tatiana Savchenko, Cintia Alejandra Segovia, Peggy Sivert, Micheal Swank, Curtis Taylor, Daggi Wallace, Tammy West, Bill Zeldis
Singer/Songwriters Performing at Reception
Raye Zaragoza and Tyler James