Our Second Saturday’s for 2020 have been cancelled due to COVID-19 and social distancing. At this time, we are still planning on our major tour in October. Everyone stay safe!
Read our artists blogs about second saturday!
“Come and view the sculptural works of Ted Gall at the artist’s studio 1387 Cuyama, Rd. Ojai CA 93023 on April 13th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Origin – Birth of Consciousness “Origin - Birth of Consciousness” represents a recognition or knowing of existence, a sense of form outside yourself, revealing its presence in consciousness. Consciousness is the state of awareness, of being aware of an...
Next Saturday, March 9 – a perfect day to take a Mini Art Tour! You will get a sneak preview of my new paintings as I am getting ready for the October Studio Tour. Hours: 10-3pm. Hope to see you then!
Second Saturday at the Amend Art Compound! We (Wyatt, Susan and Richard) invite you to our studios this coming March 9, 2019, 10:00-3:00! I have been transitioning since finishing our big installation, contemporary stained glass, for the new Community Memorial...
Have you ever found yourself sleeping away in the early morning only to be woken up by a loud crash of thunder? Now, let’s just add that the house shook completely, so much so, that the bed shook too. And, just before the thunder, your eyes were closed, right? But,...
2019 is here and moving fast!
To my own surprise, I am starting the year with a pretty busy and exciting schedule.
I am starting next week, on Saturday, February 9, with the Ojai Studio Artists Second Saturday Studio Tours. It is a free event, where 7 artists in the Miramonte/Meiners Oaks area in Ojai will open their doors to the public.
The OSA Second Saturday Free Tours begin on February 9. I will reveal the first completed paintings of my new body of work, DANCE.
Following the return of the rains, primitive peoples witnessed the rise of the undefiled water lily from the bottom of dried-up watercourses and considered the living blooms symbols of immortality and resurrection. This led to the widespread adoption of each plant in antiquity as sacred. The white lily symbolized the universal human potential to rise above the mire of phenomenal reality and through specific practice or grace of Nirvikalpa Samadhi to awaken to moksha.