A group of Alameda and East Bay artisans have announced they will be holding a boutique sale Sunday, April 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m at the Harbor Bay Community Center (3195 McCartney Road).
Those interested in unique items including jewelry, floral designs, home décor, food items, art, dolls, crocheted items, soaps, goat-milk lotions, tote bags, table linens, children’s books by local authors will enjoy this event.
An artist blacksmith will be on site to sharpen knives and garden tools as well.
Students from Alameda High School (AHS) are presenting their watercolors, drawings and image transfer projects now through March 26 at Rhythmix Cultural Works’ K Gallery. The show is titled A Brief Display of Works: Alameda High School and Charlie Milgrim.
Along with the student works some cardboard sculpture and artwork by their teacher Charlie Milgrim will be on display.
Coinciding with the second Friday openings happening all over town tomorrow night is the presentation of one particularly giant piece of art by local artist d’Arci Bruno at the Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM).
With funding from an East Bay Community Foundation grant, PPM artists have produced several hand-painted acrylic-on-canvas murals.The latest mural reproduces original art from the famous Captain Fantastic game, featuring Elton John in his role as Captain Fantastic in The Who’s rock opera, Tommy.
Another art exhibition opening for second Fridays, Naturally, features nine Bay Area artists displaying works with a spring-like theme.
Meet sculptors Flavia Krasilchik, Lisa Jacobs and Susan Revier; printmakers Mark Taylor and Shari Arai DeBoer; painters Stephen Namara, Marya Wintroub and Mi’Chelle Fredrick; and photographer Pernilla Persson at the opening reception this Friday, March 14, 6 to 9 p.m.