Creative Arts Center

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The Creative Arts Center is located at 1100 West Clark Avenue in George Izay Park. The Creative Arts Center has a pottery studio, classroom and art gallery. Programs offered include a variety of art classes for both children and adults in both the visual and performing arts. Classes can viewed in the Recreation Guide.

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Oak and Bridge, by Jennifer Bentson, Watercolor

Jennifer Bentson: California Oaks as Art
September 8 – 28, 2017

“California Oaks as Art”, is an artistic expression of the beauty of the oaks, and a historical, environmental catalog of their stories Come and discover more about these beautiful trees, including the 13,000-year-old Palmer Oak, growing in Riverside. The 400- year-old oak that shaded Albert Einstein, and the Sister to the Oak of Peace where the treaty between California and Mexico was negotiated.

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Smadar Knobler: Leaf Sculptures 

Along with Jennifer's paintings, Smadar Knobler will be exhibiting her exquisite silk leaf and tree sculptures. Each sculpture is made from silk cocoon and is sewn using a thread painting technique over water soluble stabilizer, a wire is attached to the form and sewn into place giving structure to each leaf.  These delicate sculptures are seated on a beautiful petrified wood base.

Opening Reception
Friday, September 8th, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

 

 

 

 


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October 6 – 26, 2017

Come see an impressive lineup of Southern California artists exhibiting works highlighting an expansive range of visual possibilities for ceramic material. Melody Cooper creates highly-textured containers which incorporate doors and drawers with mixed-media trinkets. Ceramic artist Stephen Horn creates figurative sculpture and playful vessels featuring printed images on clay, and vessels with folding layers of clay. Stanton Hunter is a  multi-faceted artist who produces varied styles of ceramic work including vessels, and sculptural forms. Brian Peshek creates both sculptural and functional work with surface images of iconic tools and materials involved in ceramic processes. Biliana Popova creates elegantly abstracted sculptures of feminine figures with curving shapes, soft lines and textures. Ray Yocum will be showing all new work of skillfully deconstructed vessels transformed into improvisationally reconstructed sculptural vessels.

Opening Reception
Friday, October 6, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

 


Burbank Art Association
November 3-16, 2017
Queen of the Night Best in Show

The Burbank Art Association is a nonprofit volunteer organization serving artists and the community since 1950. Members consist of artists at all stages from beginner to professional level. Although the majority of the members are painters of all types, a variety of visual art mediums and styles are represented. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate and encourage creative expression and provide a showcase for members’ talent. 

Opening Reception
Friday, November 3, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

 


 

 

Art Gallery Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00am – 9:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday Closed
Facility Holiday Schedule
Telephone: 818.238.5397
Fax: 818.238.5399
1100 West Clark Avenue
Burbank, California 91506
Email: CACMail@burbankca.gov

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