Pence Gallery plans juried fine craft exhibit

By From page A11 | December 04, 2012

The Pence Gallery will host is first juried exhibit of fine craft in February. It is open to all artists currently residing in California.

Fine craft includes work that is cutting-edge and has the highest standard of workmanship; and work that is innovative in its use of materials and aesthetic vision. Media may include metal, wood, clay, textiles, paper, stone or mixed media.

This exhibit is sponsored by the Creative Arts League, a nonprofit organization founded in 1952 dedicated to building a community of art enthusiasts around a shared interest in art and exemplary fine craft throughout the Northern California region. The exhibit juror is Julie Muniz, associate curator of the Oakland Museum.

Deadline for an application is 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7. To apply, visit pencegallery.org or stop by the gallery, 212 D St. For more information, call 530-758-3370.

Enterprise staff

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