Our Exhibit Chair, Richard Amend, says this about our current exhibit:
Finding Light is a riff on Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural poem, The Hill We Climb.
A verse in the poem reads, “Where can we find light in this never-ending shade?”
How, in our studios, do we process thoughts such as these into form and expression?
For over 30 years, art collectors and visitors have reserved the 2nd weekend in October for the Ojai Studio Artists Tour. Why do they come back year after year?
INSIGHT 20/20 runs from September 1, 2020 through January 9, 2021.
Ojai Studio Artists were challenged to respond to a year wracked with political division, a deadly pandemic, financial chaos, and racial unrest. This exhibit is the culmination of our experience and INSIGHT 20/20.
Welcome to our fundraiser! Many of our artists have painted original works on 8×10 panels. Each panel is a $200 dollar donation with half the portion going to OSA including scholarships and the other half going to the artists.
The $200 price includes shipping – to order – Click on the READ MORE button below to collect your new piece!
Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts invited Ojai Studio Artists for two individual exhibits at their galleries. When circumstances changed, they moved the exhibit online. “Ojai Visions: Part 1”, featuring larger-scale works and is being presented on Artsy.
Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts invited Ojai Studio Artists for two individual exhibits at their galleries. When circumstances changed, they moved the exhibit online. “Ojai Visions: Part 2”, featuring smaller-scale works by artist members of Ojai Studio Artists,is being presented on Artsy.
Even though The Museum of Ventura County is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, they are still selling art! Interested in a piece? Click button below to learn more!
The Ojai Studio Artist’s Scholarship Committee has received a $2,500 gift in honor of OSA co-founder Gayel Childress, who turns 80 on May 11, from her niece and nephew-in-law Natalie Levin and Dr. Jim Levin of Tucson, AZ.
The Ojai Studio Artists (OSA) Scholarship Committee met to select 14 students who received a total of $10,000 in scholarships and stipends. Normally, the student’s work is shown at Ojai City Hall along with an award presentation. This year, their work can be seen online.
I want to thank OSA and its members for your constant support. This is my fourth and final scholarship award and each one has been instrumental in helping me to further my practice.