Saturday, September 29, 2012

Practicing The Present Test Images

Whaddya think about these?

Participate in Practicing the Present

Participate in Practicing the Present.

The theme for our October show is "Practicing the Present".  This is a look at the present, informed by the past, and anticipating the future.  Save the date (Oct. 20th) and prepare to peruse pretty paintings presenting "present" in what ever form our artists see and feel.

Practicing the Present 

dates and Information:

  • Opening Reception:6:30-9:00 p.m. Oct. 20th -- see the Facebook Event Page
  • Our Address is 7317 El Cajon Boulevard, La Mesa, CA 91942
  • For questions about this show and how to submit to it, please contact Midge Hyde:
  • by phone (619-466-3711)
  • via e-mail ( or
  • or visit our humble website:
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Midge Hyde
Gallery Director

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Looking for a few good artists

Biz Center Art is getting ready to collect art for its last jurried art show of the season.  Our October show, "Practicing the Present" is a look at where we are based on where we've been and where we're going.  If you have art that speaks to your present -- as a human, a member of a community or family, and as an artist then you have something we want for our next show!

Here are the details:
The show will run from October 20 through the end of December.  We are accepting art at the gallery, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. on two days: October 8th and 9th.  The fee is $5 per art piece with a limit of five.  The opening art reception is 6:30 p.m. Oct. 20th.

For more information, contact Gallery Manager Midge Hyde at, or by calling 619-466-3711.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

People's Choice Winner

Congratulations to Robert Gullan, who won the People's Choice Award at our recent "Inside Out" opening.  Here's some information about Robert from his website...

"With undergraduate work in Physics and a postgraduate degree in Visual Arts, multidisciplinary interests define Mr. Gullen’s activities in both engineering and art. At first, he studied awareness and the nature-of-reality from the perspective of a physicist. In later years this evolved into depicting the world from the vantage point of an artist."  Read more here.