Exhibits, Art-Talks & Events

 
   
 

Dec 11th-26th

 
   
 

Art as Portal: Gatherings| progress gallery

 
 

Humans are the only animal on the earth that have thought about the correlativity between the mind and the body and are the only beings that attempt to learn and perceive the body from an objective point of view. We are aware of our body as we are aware of our identity, while we are able to physiologically set our bodies from the external environment.

The body usually represents the fundamental and physical part of an individual; it is so straightforward and un-spiritual that we often underestimate the power and possibilities it may contain. Body is not an inferior instrument that simply obeys the order of the brain; rather, it influences the brain significantly when metabolism and hormone change. Any injuries on the body could cause anxiety, fear, and panic. If we consider the brain the place where our mind and soul dwell, the body is not merely the attached supplement; the brain and the body cooperate to integrate our lives with memories and sentiments. The somatic memory and experience is a portal into the subconsciousness, instinct, and even the collective unconscious of humankind.    

Th is exhibition purposes to al low the audiences to observe the different interpretations of the body, and to reacquaint the energy and wisdom of it.

With artists: Maddy Carlile, Shayne Mitchell, Tess McVaugh & Kendall Sun

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 

Oct 17th -Dec 18th

 
 

Eileen Senner: Torsos | small east gallery

 
 
My questions have involved the location of wisdom. Does it reside, develop, and grow in the body? The brain? The early wisdom-that which the body retains though the brain forgets-this body wisdom is primary in my practice. I use it to make art and pursue it by making art. My intent is that the completed painting remains a query rather than a solution or an answer.
 
 
 
 

Art-Talk |Dec 16th | 7pm

 
     
     
 

Please join us for our next zoom Art-Talk
with Jonayhan Puls,Christopher Kasaras and John Brantingham
https://mtsac-edu.zoom.us/j/7264573543
Please log on a few minutes before the talk starts.
We look forward to seeing everyone on our next talk

 
   
 

Our art-talks are back on zoom

 

 


 
 
 
 
 

Now - Dec 12th

 
 

Joanna Mersereau Watercolors | Collection Gallery

 
 

With a strong pallet of vibrant colors, Joanna Mersereau gave us a glimpse of her world through her art. With an eye for design and form that came from a background incorporating a love for architectural design as well as a passion to create beauty, she “painted what she saw” and wanted to share her world with others. She painted her way through the beautiful countries that surround the Mediterranean Sea, throughout Mexico, Guatemala, and here in the United States, Joanna has produced hundreds of pieces that reflect the loveliness of her surroundings.

to see more of Joanna's work

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
   
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
     
     
       

 

 
 
 
       
           
           
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
         
         
       

Gallery address:
300 South Thomas Street
Pomona, California 91766
email: momo@theprogressgallery.com
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