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Five New Exhibits to Open at the Pacific Grove Art Center

Pacific Grove Art Center 568 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950
November 3, 2023 - December 15, 2023
  • Recurring daily
  • Location: Pacific Grove Art Center, 568 Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove, CA
  • Phone: (831) 375-2208
  • Time: Please see "Event Description" for full details
  • Description:

    Pacific Grove Art Center, located at 568 Lighthouse in Pacific Grove, is pleased to announce five outstanding new exhibits on display from November 3, 2023. This show runs from November 3 - December 14, 2023.

    Please join us on Friday, November 3 from 7-9 pm for all new exhibits and our musical guest Glenn Leon-Guerrero on keyboards and vocals playing old School R&B. Admission to the PGAC is made possible through your donations. Please give generously!  


    The five exhibits include:

    My Name Is…Visual Storytelling Through Art and Culture Presented by Natalia Corazza, Germain Hatcher, Marcia Perry & Jess Soriano, Gill Gallery


    Theodore Heublein – California Views, Dyke Gallery

    Theodore’s goal with his artwork is that you enjoy the work, and it helps to inspire you to visit a new place, donate to a worthy cause, or just smile in remembering a place you’ve visited and have seen in a new way.


    Ekaterina de la Torre – Channels, Annand Gallery                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

    Here, in the setting of a tangible exhibition, I show clay forms covered with colored glazes containing my experiments with the unconscious. The poetics of this exhibition space are primarily psychological – as much of the exhibition's process and reception hinge largely on the contextual milieu and the viewer's mind.


    The Art of Eleen Auvil (1927-2022), Boyer Gallery

    Eleen Auvil’s career as an artist and teacher spanned nearly six decades. She was well-known for her abstract monotype prints. Her works incorporated an array of subjects, techniques and materials, including copper, bronze, mixed media and handmade paper.


    Monterey High School – Listen Closely, Small Halls

    In this show of photography from Monterey High School students, you'll need to "listen closely" to hear the story behind each photograph. Thirty-two teen photographers take us with them as they explore their inner and outer worlds in a quest to find beauty, peace and harmony in the crazy world of today.



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