THRU JUNE 15, 2013
The Festival of Arts presents foaSOUTH’s newest show “Three Painters” featuring Festival of Arts exhibitors Roger Folk, Jacquie Moffett, and Gregg Stone. The exhibit, on display now through June 15, showcases the artist’s current work juxtaposed with their paintings from the Festival of Arts Permanent Art Collection.
This exhibit is the third in the Festivals series at foaSOUTH highlighting specific mediums represented at the summer art show and in the Festival’s Permanent Collection
.All three artists represented in the exhibit are painters, Roger Folk and Jacquie Moffett are watercolorists and Gregg Stone works in gouache. Although similar mediums, gouache is more opaque compared to watercolors transparency.
Works on display from the Collection include “Shore Patrol,” painted by Roger Folk in 1988, Jacquie Moffett’s “Cornwall, England” purchased by the Festival in 1982, and the most recent addition to the collection, “Silke” by Gregg Stone.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Roger is an award-winning artist originally from Nebraska. Moving to California, he graduated from Art Center College of Design. He worked for Disney Studios as marketing art director, is a member of the National Watercolor Society and has been commissioned by Yosemite Natural History Association and the Sierra Club.
Jacquie has been interested in making art since a young girl growing up in an atmosphere surrounded by art and art making. She received her BA from Whittier College and began a career in teaching. She studied with Rex Brandt, Roger Armstrong, and Serisawa. Jacquie, winner of numerous awards and included in collections around the world, has exhibited at the Festival of Arts since 1967.
Gregg was educated at Art Center College of Design in illustration and design and is based in Laguna Niguel. He has been a painter for 35+ years. He exhibits both nationally and internationally and has won many awards. His interest in Hispanic cultural imagery is the focus of his current series of paintings.