Zora Coeur de Roy
Su Pang (( Curator ))
Su was born in Singapore and moved to San Francisco for art school. She was formerly a painter, however her direction took a change to graphic design and photography. She has a habit of bouncing around the world to seek out her next photography adventure. Her new work reflects personal stories, random encounters with nature, people and situations. Su finds beauty and contentment in imperfection. It's relationship to past and present. This is her 5th artshow curation and second fundraiser. She just completed designing and building her first swedish inspired cottage, and now lives in Oakland.
Crystal Kamoroff (( Fine Artist ))
Crystal is a California based artist who has exhibited work in galleries and various art venues both nationally and throughout the Bay Area. She has a Bachelors of Fine Art from San Jose State University and a Masters of Fine Art from Bowling Green State University. Active in applying to juried shows and artist residencies Crystal is constantly researching information and techniques that inform and improve her work as well as seeking out artist communities that facilitate creative dialogues and collaborations.
Beka Brayer (( Mixed Media Assemblage ))
Assemblage is a process in which a three-dimensional artistic composition is created bycombining found objects to form a sculptural artistic representation. It is the creativeprocess of reinventing, reusing and recycling neglected and or discarded objects in astimulating and thought provoking way. The artist’s emphasis is initially based on thearchitecture of the material and its texture. The concept organically follows. She hasalways admired the beauty found in the natural aging process of abandoned objects. Thesubtle beauty and lines in imperfection have always intrigued her.The objects she uses have been acquired all over the world in her extensive travel.Every piece embodies a specific destination and with it comes a representation thatcaptures a significant moment in time.
Hagit Cohen (( Fine / Digital Artist ))
of change in her daily life. She uses unusual and ephemeral materials like red pom-poms,
dirt, piano wire, honey, salt, thread, beeswax, string and found objects to utter the laborious, cyclical, repetitive and rhythmic of time. The use of the alchemical actions like sifting, funneling, separating, sorting, expose the delicate changes of the materials through time and process. Kathy also creates playful, poetic, animated and experiential installations and sculptures that evoke tenderness, beauty, curiosity, and memory through time and change. Her also includes community art interventions that I locate by walking in my neighborhood. She searches for places that have been forgotten, neglected or destroyed and start with an art intervention to infuse change that will bring awareness and action to transform a place. This art is part of her Oakland Projects which is ongoing as I walk, observe, and document the changes occurring in the neighborhood.
For pleasure, he has produced an extensive collection of art photos which have been exhibited in galleries across the globe, with shows in California, New York, Chicago, Japan, China, France, and Spain. Leon is truly making his mark on the world. He hopes his vision of beauty, peace, prosperity, and art can inspire others to see their own beauty and their fantastic connection we all have with the physical and spiritual world.