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This Sunday is our La Habra Art Association General Members Meeting.
Instructor: Mary Schultz
The meeting is open to the public and features a free workshop on monoprinting. Get to meet with fellow artists and art enthusiasts. Exciting things are happening and the calendar of shows for the year have been completed.
Hope to see you this Sunday at the La Habra Art Gallery.
Robotics isn’t just for left-brained linear, logical thinkers. Sure, you need to have some engineering know-how to tinker with all those moving parts. But there is also a need for good design. You can’t just have wires hanging around. You need to encase them somewhere and make it easy for the programming to function and interact with humans. The LH Art Gallery may be your stepping stone to a great robotic design as well as a venue to express your love-hate relationship with robots.
Below are the rules of the Robot Rally contest:
Entries may be in digital, oils, watercolors, inks, photography or mixed media. They can be 2-D or 3-D. You can make a painting, a drawing, a sculpture made of paper and cardboard, a digital image, etc. All artworks must be easily transportable.
All 2-D entries should be framed and ready for hanging.
All artwork must be original with a focus on the robotic theme of the year.
No more than two entry submissions will be accepted for consideration from each artist.
Entries will be evaluated by a judging panel looking for creativity, craftsmanship and bringing that “WOW!” moment.
Entries accepted at the
La Habra Art Gallery 151 W. La Habra Blvd.,
La Habra, CA 90631.
Phone contact: (562) 691-9739 Saturday, April 25 from 12 noon to 4pm ONLY.
No exceptions or special appointments.
There is no online form to submit your entry; you need to physically come to the gallery with your art work. There you will pay for your entry fee, fill up an entry form, and sign a release form.
There will be 2 levels in the competition.
1) STUDENT LEVEL
An entry fee of $5 for students of High School level and below.
2) PROFESSIONAL LEVEL
And an entry fee of $10 for college level and professionals. Prizes of $100 for each level will be awarded. A minimum of ten (10) entries must be received at each level for prize of $100 to be awarded.
Announcement of winners and awarding of prizes will be on May 2, 2020 at the Robot Rally event.
La Habra City Hall
110 E La Habra Blvd, La Habra, CA 90631
Event Hours – 9am – 2pm
Announcement of winners – between 1pm – 2pm
All entries will be on display at the Robot Rally event at the La Habra City Hall on May 2, 2020.
All artworks must be picked up on May 2, 2020 after the Robot Rally at 2pm.
Any artwork left after May 2, 2020 will be disposed of.
The decision of the La Habra Art Gallery Board is final.
The La Habra Art Association will showcase high school student art at the gallery in April 2020. That means students from La Habra High School, Sonora High School and Whittier Christian High School ranging from 9th to 12th grade are invited to participate.
The Art Association would also like to honor and award a $100 scholarship to a senior art student in each of the 3 schools at the April 24th reception.
What is acceptable
All 2-D (or flat) art media will be accepted. Artwork must be framed to be hung in the gallery. (tip: inexpensive frames can be found at Michaels, Walmart, Dollar Store, Thrift Stores, etc.) Box canvasses need not be frames unless they have open stapled edges.
The “take-in” of artwork will be on Saturday, April 4th, from 12 noon to 4:00pm at the Art Gallery. Students will fill out a label for each art piece indicating:
Name of artist
Title of artwork
medium (ex. acrylic, oils, charcoal, etc)
indicate if the art if for sale (with the price) or not for sale
a signed permission from a parent or guardian
Take-in: Sat., April 4, 12 noon to 4pm
Exhibit dates: Sat., April 11 – Sun., May 17
Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 12noon to 4pm
Reception: Friday April 24, 4pm to 7pm
Pick-up of art: Sat., May 23, 12 noon to 4pm
Gallery (562) 788-1234
Mary Schultz – (714) 773-5174, email: email@example.com
Alan Liang – (562) 788-1234, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Love is in the air as we feature romantic artworks.
On February 14, Valentine’s Day, there will be live music. All are welcome. Fun starts at 6pm. Bring your singing voices and other instruments.
April 4 to May 16
Reception: Friday, April 24, 2pm
“Celebrating the Future”
Created by the La Habra High School Students
Futuristic and Robot art pieces to coincide with the Citrus Fair’s Robot Rally.
May 23 to July 5
Reception: Saturday, June 6, 2pm
“The Surrealistic World of Bobby Romero”
Bobby’s conceptual paintings were highly influenced by Salvador Dali.
July 11 to August 15
“Julia Kim Solo”
August 16 to September 27
“Alan Liang Show”
October 3 to November 21
Reception: Veterans Day, 2pm
“Veterans and Patriots”
Artwork of the heroes among us. La Habra will celebrate its Annual Veterans Day celebration at the Community Center. Visitors are encouraged to walk over to the gallery for a reception and enjoy the exhibit.
November 22 to December 31
Reception: Saturday, December 5, 2pm
“LHAA Members Show”
Artwork of the members of the gallery. See the variety of styles and techniques of our local artists.
Paint the beautiful world as Georgia O’Keefe, the “Mother of American Modernism,” sees it with Maud Shearer – Artez on January 19 starting at 2pm. We will be painting landscapes. If you choose to paint flowers, inspiration pictures will be on hand. Supplies are limited so feel free to bring your favorite paints, brushes, canvas or paper, and your choice of Georgia O’Keefe inspiration.
The workshop is free but donations are always welcome. We also ask that participants bring their favorite snacks and refreshments to share.
About the instructor
Maud holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Masters of Science in Counseling, and active teaching credentials in Arts and Crafts. She has been a graphic designer, and an instructor, and interior designer and an instructor for Young Rembrandts. She is currently a time licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She uses art as a form of communication in her therapy with children and teens.