Livermore Art Association

© Lynda Briggs

© Loralee Chapleau

Marjorie Haggin at the LAA Gallery

“Everything But The Kitchen Sink”   LAA Gallery Guest Artist for March and April is Marjorie Haggin. What do shaving cream, iPad, Styrofoam and scissors have in common? They are some of the materials and tools used by Mixed Media artist Marjorie Haggin in her display at the LAA Gallery. Marjorie’s show features a variety of art forms, painting, printing, collage, photos and rubbings. She uses many kinds of found objects to make her playful art. Marjorie hopes this exhibit inspires viewers to go home and make some art. Art has been a wonderful part of her life and she encourages everyone to give art a try--no matter if only to do some doodles and meet some great people.  

© Marjorie Haggin

© Nancy Meyer

Loralee Chapleauwill have paintings in the Lobby of the Firehouse Arts Center through May 2.

Nancy Meyer  will show on the PAL Wall, April 13 to May 16. Lobby Hours at the Firehouse Arts Center are Wednesday-Friday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

© Karen Barry

Karen Barry, Printmaker, May 16 - June 20 on the PAL Wall, upstairs at the Firehouse Art Center, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton. “I use traditional printmaking techniques: woodcut, linocut, metal plate etching, and stone lithography. I am inspired by places and people that are special to me, near and far; in my backyard and half way around the world. I want to suspend a moment in time, in the distant past, yesterday, or maybe tomorrow.” 

Lynda Briggs' work hangs at the Sanctuary at 2369 First St. in Livermore through April.