Outlook at Asylum Gallery Continues to August 17th
Schaffron has been showing her photographs, acrylic and mixed media paintings, ceramic pieces and winning awards since 1998 in the Sacramento region. It was in 2000 that she received an honorable mention in photography at the California State Fair. With a BA in studio art from UCD in 2001, Schaffron also taught in the university’s ArtsBridge program, which places artists in Yolo County schools. She was the featured photographer at the Yolo County Fair in 2002 and received the honor of being named photographer of the year.
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Asylum Gallery, 1719 25th St, Sacramento CA 95816
Asylum Gallery is a contemporary gallery of artists whose work spans a unique circumference. You will find vibrant artwork that ranges from classic black & white to abstract photography, mixed media painting and traditional printmaking to work in the digital realm. In addition to the exhibits, there are always prints by member artists, cards, and hand-made jewelry on sale for very reasonable prices.
Ann Tracy founded Asylum Gallery in March of 2005, as one of the original groups which formed HQ: Headquarters for the Arts located at 25th & R Sts., in midtown Sacramento, California. She was joined by original members Cherie Hacker & Terri Ramirez and other member artists now include Linda Katzdorn, William Obernesser and Marguerite Schaffron.
While being an artist-run gallery, Asylum also offers exhibition space to other artists in the community with its bi-annual International Mail Art shows (in which a portion of proceeds go to different charitable groups) and the Juried Shows in November and December.
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