Gallery Schedule

Art & Liz, Father and Daughter

Artworks Inspired by Cambria

September 4, 2021 - October 31, 2021

Art and Liz Sherwyn, father and daughter artists, are exhibiting a series of new works.

Art’s works are uniquely designed and colored urban and coastal compositions using a diverse interplay of lines, shapes, patterns and spaces. His use of color is uncommon and eye-catching. The architectural compositions are inspired and driven by the wide variety of shapes and patterns embedded in the buildings.

 Liz Sherwyn will exhibit her delicate paper cuts, combined with abstracted watercolor backgrounds. The works are inspired by the creatures of the coastal beaches. Her works create a delightful interplay between the positive & negative shapes, and hard lines & soft edges.

Art & Liz Sherwyn Lecture

September 25, 2021 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Our featured artists, Art & Liz Sherwyn will be giving a lecture on September 25th from 4:30 - 6:30.

Making art can have a long life span, providing a lot of time to grow; artists get better with age. Learning, growing artists are constantly dealing with plateaus which eventually lead to walls which when climbed lead to new plateaus.  A segment of Art Sherwyn’s lecture will share the process for climbing those walls; the four stages of artistic growth, and pertinent for all artists of all levels.  Within those walls lie constant learning and growth, keeping an art makers career viable, fresh and fun.  His presentation will also in conjunction with his works at the art center share unique perspectives on being your own teacher, technically, emotionally and mentally.  How being constantly aware of and tuned into all your life actions and surroundings will supply you with limitless avenues of information and inspiration. 

Liz Sherwyn will be discussing her journey as an artist, constantly challenging herself to think differently and make art that expresses something unique.  While struggling with materials that aren’t familiar or an object that you have drawn a thousand times, so much of the Artistic process is about experimentation and exploration. This lecture will give insight into how her current work came to be.

Reservations and reserved seating are required. There is no charge for this event, but donations are always welcome. You can get your tickets at the following link:

CCA requires all attendees to indoor events to be fully vaccinated. Please bring:

  • Photo ID
  • Proof of vaccination - card, photo of card or digital ID acceptable
  • Mask to wear at all times indoors

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Gallery Hours

Saturday & Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm

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