Join us at John Natsoulas Center for the Arts for an exciting exhibition, featuring work from three artists!
This October, the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts will display new, never-seen-before works by Yoshio Taylor. This exhibition will showcase Taylor’s latest colorful menagerie of works that expand upon his ideas on culture, as well as new works by colorist Pat Mahony, whose focus remains centered around how to equally convey dramatic impressions and intensity. Mahony’s paintings in this exhibition are the culmination of a career spent exploring the contrast of light and dark; the results are the closest Mahony has come to absolute abstraction—her ultimate goal.
This exhibition also celebrates Wayne Thiebaud’s 100th birthday, and will feature various pieces by the famous artist. Don’t miss out on this incredible exhibition!