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Creative Minds Get “Fleshed Out” at the Q Art Salon

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Preview of the “Fleshed Out” group show at the Q Art Salon.

By Daniel Barron

 

Semesters may end, studies may be rewarded with a degree, but for the life of a creative class is always in session. The same is true of the talents featured in “Fleshed Out,” a new group exhibition opening Saturday, December 5th at Santa Ana’s Q Art Salon. Curated by Yay! LA‘s own Evan Senn and artist Kevin Stewart-Magee, the show focuses on ten artists who have their feet in academia. When they aren’t instructing the next generation on the values of representation, composition, and symbolism they are moving their own craft forward, ascending a peak with no summit.

States the press release:

“Fleshed Out” explores the unique practices and expressions academic artists utilize, with their distinctive disposition and role in contemporary art.

The full lineup includes Stewart-Magee, Leslie Batty, Joe Forkan, Caleb Henderson, Robin Johnson, Eric Jones, Serena Potter, Nick Potter, Nicholas Spohrer, and Pamela Wilson.

 

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Eric Jones

 

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Nick Potter

 

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Caleb Henderson

 

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Serena Potter

 

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Robin Johnson

 

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Pamela Wilson

 

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Joe Forkan

 

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Kevin Stewart-Magee

 

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Nick Spohrer

 

“Fleshed Out” opens Saturday, December 5th at the Q Art Salon (205 N Sycamore St., Santa Ana, CA 92701). It runs thru January 1st.

Stay updated on future exhibitions on the Q Art Salon website.

Follow the Q Art Salon on Twitter and Instagram.

“Like” The Q Art Salon on Facebook.

 

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Rudderless college graduate Daniel Barron founded Yay! LA Magazine on a love of writing, passion for the arts, and a firm belief that people really like talking about themselves. He contributed to a number of publications, including LA Music Blog and the defunct The Site Unscene, before deciding to cover arts and entertainment the way he wanted to read it. He works as a freelance writer and digital PR consultant in his current home of Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter at @YayDanielBarron.

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