Saturday, January 20 – Sunday, February 18, 2018
Plus, in the Small Gallery: The Early Works of Terrance Lindall
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 20, 4-6pm
Curated by Yuko Nii, Coordinated by Richard Sanchez
Kayo Albert, David Arthur-Simons, Stephen Auslender, Silvia Aviles, Ayako Bando, Bienvenido Banez, Carole Barlowe, Tomek Bogacki, Beryl Brenner, Orin Buck, Linda Butti, Leandro Comrie, Christopher Craig, Theresa DeSalvio, Val Dyshlov, Jaleh Fazel, Santiago Flores-Charneco, Sandra Forrest, Debra Friedkin, Jeffrey Friedkin, Naoaki Funayama, Glen Goodenough, Susan Handwerker, Richard Hatter, Natsuko Hattori, Iku Higuchi, Halona Hilbertz, Judith Eloise Hooper, Susan Jacobs, Sam Jungkurth, Yuko K., Helmut Krackie, Frank Krasicki, Kenol Lamour, Eric Kwan Tai Lau, Terrance Lindall, Drew Maillard, Margarita Marfori, Margo Mead, Mieko Mitachi, Gail Mitchell, Mauricio Morillas, Kenichi Nakajima, Yasuaki Okamoto, Joey Ou, Ben Perini, Carmen Porfido, Jennifer Primosch, Nancy Quin, Renee Radenberg, Isaac Roller, Laurie Russell, Cheryl Safren, Mira Satryan, Julie Joy Saypoff, Larry Scaturro, Gloria Schuster, Tasneem Shahzad, Joel Simpson, Linda Smith, Larry Szycher, Jania Vanderwerff, Villo Varga, David Vigon, Kelly Villaba, Jeff Watts, Courtney Weida, Mary Westring, Ellie Winberg
Samples of the work of included artists (different works will be on display in the show)
ABOUT THE WAH SALON
The WAH Center offers an artist membership program called the “WAH Salon Art Club”. Every January, the members can participate in the Annual WAH Salon Show, which gives exposure to artists of a wide range and spectrum – from emerging, to mid-career, and established artists in all media. It fulfills one of the WAH Center’s missions based upon the WAH Founder’s “Bridge Concept”. At the Salon, fine art can meet functional art (craft) and performing art (music, dance, theater, and poetry). Technology can also give means to artist expression. Here, young and old and all nations and cultures can bridge their expressions through the international language of art. In concept, the Salon is all the colors of the artist’s palette. We invite everyone to come and visit us and see the merit of the international “Bridge Concept” in the arts.