Art Exhibition - Robin Harker: New Works
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Preview our latest exhibition in conjunction with Fourth Friday, Perez Art District's monthly Art Walk featuring over 30 art galleries, art studios, and shops. The opening reception for this exhibition will be on Friday, October 27 from 4-7pm. The exhibition will continue through November 22, 2023.

We are pleased to announce that artist Robin Harker will be in attendance.

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. & CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - iSportsWire -- We are excited to present Robin Harker: New Works featuring 7 new paintings and 7 recent paintings by this popular local artist. In total, 14 works will be on display.

About Robin Harker

Robin Harker (b. 1969) was born in Los Angeles and currently lives and works in Palm Desert, California. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California in 1993. Harker's work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions at Scott White Contemporary Art in San Diego, California, Anne Reed Gallery in Ketchum, Idaho and Flow Gallery in Palm Springs, California. Her work is in numerous public and commercial interiors, and in private collections throughout the United States.

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Artists Statement

Growing up in Southern California's mountain communities I was immersed in nature. I often look back at those early memories for inspiration in my work. I have found that the older the memory, the less dependent I am on the details. This enables me to focus on a feeling and capture the essence of an experience. Objects often become indiscernible shapes. A random burst of color in a painting can be a memory of an unexpected yellow wildflower or a patch of emerging blue sky. Although it's a constant challenge to reduce, my goal is to create a meditative environment, a place to rest the mind.

About Object Culture

Barry Bryant and Johnny McLendon are owners of this unique 3000 sq. ft. gallery located in the Perez Art & Design Center in Cathedral City, California. High ceilings and dramatic spaces dominate this former industrial building, and present a welcoming, casual environment. The gallery features a unique and eclectic mix of vintage and contemporary modern art and design.

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