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Christian Lapie in Residence October 21st to November 4th

Welcome Christian Lapie October 21st–November 4th !

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Christian is a French sculptor and painter who received his art diploma from the prestigious Ecole Superieur des Beaux Arts in Paris. His current work is mainly in monumental site specific sculpture. While at Chalk Hill he will make studies of imagined sculptures that fit into our landscape, and create an ephemeral sculpture at the edge of the vines & the wildlife area. Christian applied to our program for the warmth of interconnection & rich human experiences that we have on offer – these same emotions are at the heart of his sculptural work. Christian’s commissioned works live on four continents and many prestigious wine areas of Europe – yet to be seen in California. 

 

Frank Ryan at Sonoma State University Library Gallery

Chalk Hill alumnus Frank Ryan will be giving an artist’s talk at the Sonoma State University Library Gallery at 3pm, October 30, 2014.

The talk will be moderated by SSU Professor of Studio Art- Painting/ Drawing Mark Perlman. They will discuss perception, representation, and corporeal presence as it relates to the artist’s work. There will be a closing reception from 4-6pm.

The event is free and open to the public.

In this exhibition, Ryan focuses on the ephemeral presence of the human form. Drapery, haunted by bodily gesture, is preserved independent of its contextual origin. Continue Reading →

Documentary Delves into Life with Bi-Polar Disorder

OTM_Main_Title“Of Two Minds”, a new documentary film about bi-polar disorder, sidesteps expert opinions to hear from some more intimately acquainted sources—people who are living with it.

“Of Two Minds” will be shown at 3 pm on Saturday, Oct. 11, at the Summerfield Theater in Santa Rosa, with a Q & A session with the directors to follow.

It’s a non-profit event sponsored by National Alliance of Mental Illness, Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, Aurora Hospital and The Chalk Hill Artists Residency Program. Tickets will be $12 at the door. See the trailer below.