APC Founder and Curator, Ron Libbrecht was nominated and awarded with Torrance’s Excellence in Arts Award for Arts Education for the year 2012, and his outstanding contribution to the art community in Torrance. 2012 is a significant year for Torrance, as it is the centennial anniversary of the founding of the city. Ron founded APC Fine Arts Gallery here in Torrance in 1998 and has hosted several plein air painting workshops (here and abroad) in addition to our many gallery exhibits. Ron has also been teaching art classes at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center for over 20 years. Congrats, Ron!
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APC Throw Pillows!?
That’s right, you heard us correctly- Throw pillows!
APC Gallery is pleased to announce that we are now selling throw pillows in addition to select notecards and canvas prints through art site Society6.
The pillow cover is made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and is individually cut and sewn by hand. It features a double-sided print and is finished with a concealed zipper for ease of care. It comes in 3 size options and can be purchased with or without a faux down pillow insert.
The pillows are priced between $20 and $35 depending on your selection, take a look!
You can see more by visiting our Society6 storefront HERE.
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Photos from “Making a Mark”
“Making a Mark”, Through Feb. 22nd
Photos from the Show The Details
The History of drawing and painting began with someone making a mark. The cave man found something to make a mark on the wall to record the season for hunting. The artist at the easel is first making a mark. It may be a drawn mark with a pencil, pen or pastel or painted with watercolor, acrylic or oil paint. The need is the same through history, the artist records his or her moment either looking at something or letting the mind search through ideas. The Marks reveal an idea for others to see and share. The time spent by the artist making a mark is important to viewers in history as someone will always be able to respond to the marks that were made. Continue reading