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Upcycling is the process of converting used goods, discarded items, and waste material into something that is often better or more beautiful than the original.

NCAG PRESENTS Upcycling: Art from Recycled Materials

OPENING RECEPTION
FRIDAY APRIL 5, 2019, 5 – 7 PM

EXHIBIT THRU SUNDAY, APRIL 28
IN THE BURNETT GALLERY
ADMISSION FREE

This exhibit challenges people to look around their home, studio, garage or wherever and see what is viable for upcycling. It is asking artists to look at their left-over materials, scraps, and refuse and create something totally different than what they originally used them for.

Call to Artists

2019 Gualala Salon and Salon des Refusés

OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019, 5 TO 7 PM. EXHIBIT THROUGH SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 2020 IN THE BURNETT GALLERY AND ELAINE JACOBS FOYER.

The annual Gualala Salon & Salon des Refusés is a juried and judged fine art exhibit showcasing outstanding visual art and artists without regard to the type of media.

The annual Salon & Salon des Refusés is the largest exhibit at Gualala Arts aside from Art in the Redwoods; it has the largest number of entries of any other open call show and fills both the Burnett Gallery and Elaine Jacob Foyer. The Salon is sponsored by generous donors; not by Gualala Arts or the North Coast Artists’ Guild. Many artists save their best new art for this exhibit, as the Salon has gained much notoriety as a judged show by well-qualified people in the arts one that provides significant awards.