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    June 7 – July 23, 2017
    Reception: June 18, 2- 4 pm

    Artists choose colors to produce a certain mood or atmosphere; to create space, light and shadow; or to introduce symbolic associations. Colors can affect the composition of a piece of art and describe a scene in new and creative ways. In art, color allows the creation of individuality and flare. Color can be used to evoke a certain mood or to create a message or evoke a response in the viewer. Artists use the positive or negative attributes of color in their works to subliminally send a message. Click here to tour the exhibit.

    Arlene Gotshalk, Jane Gregorius, Ann Miya, Mary Neater, Carol Walberg, Teresa Zolar.

    Thank you to our generous sponsors and supporters:

    Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County 
    City of Watsonville
    Monterey Peninsula Foundation
    Harrison’s Color Corner
    Arts Council Santa Cruz County