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Exhibition of ceramicist Wallace’s works. The Lafayette Art Gallery will have a special exhibition of new works by renowned Orinda ceramicist Gerry Wallace. With an MFA degree from UC Berkeley, Wallace began working with clay about 20 years ago. She creates both functional and sculptural pieces that she covers with colorful, fine-line images of people and objects. Her unique ceramics have gathered many local devotees as well as serious collectors freed mini pointe shoes. A reception for Gerry and her work will be held Friday, March 6 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the gallery, 3420 Mount Diablo Blvd..
Also starting March 3 is “Trending,” a new exhibit of multiple all-new paintings, ceramics, glass pieces and jewelry by our 24 regular members. Film Showcase to show ‘The Verdict’. The International Film Showcase’s February feature is “The Verdict,” from Belgium, and will have its U.S. premiere Friday, Feb. 27 at the Orinda Theater, where it will show for a week. The film also will show at the El Campanil theater in Antioch on March 22. The film deals with a flaw in Belgium’s justice system about a man losing his family to murder and the legal glitch that lets the killer go scot-free freed mini pointe shoes.
For more information, go to internationalshowcase.org. The film’s trailer can be seen by going to www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHqp7GI_SEA&feature=youtu.be freed mini pointe shoes. Be ‘Appassionata’ about art through March 24. “Art Appassionata,” featuring the light-washed landscapes and portraits by Lisa Gunn of Orinda and oil paintings of the California coastline by Carol Tarzier, launches the Moraga Art Gallery’s 2015 schedule of shows. The show runs through March 24 at the gallery, 522 Center St. in Moraga’s Rheem Shopping Center..
Gunn, a classical pianist, fuses musical and artistic principles — texture, tone, and color — in her oil paintings. Tarzier, renowned for both bronze sculptures and painting, teaches at the Academy of Art University and at Oakland’s Studio One Art Center. Fifteen gallery member artists will also have paintings, photographs, ceramics, jewelry and finely-crafted woodware on display freed mini pointe shoes. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. For more information, go to www.moragaartgallery.com, call 925-376-5407 or email [email protected]
According to its star, actor/comedian Ron Tobin, you don’t have to be Jewish or Italian to love this show: “All you need is to know what it feels like to leave a family dinner with heartburn and a headache,” he said. The show ran for two years in New York City and has been on an international tour, finally landing in the East Bay March 12-29 at Walnut Creek’s Del Valle Theatre, 1963 Tice Valley Blvd. Written by Steve Solomon, the one-man comedy is based on Solomon’s life growing up in a wacky family noted for its biethnic diversity and aptitude for dysfunctional behavior. The author, whose mother is from Palermo, Italy, and whose father came from Russia, grew up as one of two siblings in Brooklyn, New York freed mini pointe shoes.