On Sunday March 6th, the art of Jennifer Verge and Stephanie Visser will be featured in two solo exhibitions at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica. Verge’s exhibition “Believe in the Magic” will showcase her mixed media works on wood. Visser’s exhibition entitled “Rhapsody in Blu” will feature her abstract paintings.
Verge currently resides in Los Angeles but originally hails from Canada. Her family was her early inspiration, encouraging her to work with wood. Her teachers also pushed her to thinks outside the box. Verge will be showing roughly ten works created from wood with local found objects used throughout the works.
Just as most artists work in series, Verge has been busy with a new collection. She has been painting nudes and receiving an amazing response. She is also a talented jewelry designer and has a new business brewing. “Within a couple of months I will be launching my new Tee shirt line.”
Verge has recently exhibited at the LA Art Show, Gabba Gallery, Santa Monica Art Studios, and many more Los Angeles Galleries. For more information about the artist Jennifer Verge, visit her website.
Stephanie Visser is known for her abstract paintings. She moved to Los Angeles from Michigan to continue to pursue her creative endeavors. Visser also showed her work at the recent LA Art Show. She has exhibited her paintings at bG Gallery, Wallspace, TAG Gallery, Santa Monica Studios etc.
When asked how often she paints? Visser replied, “As much and as often as I can…that’s vague I know, but it does change from week to week depending on other things going on in my life.” As an artist she said, she tries to establish a routine (so she can create on a consistent basis) that is supportive and will work for her. “I have a new studio in Beverly Hills and since it’s closer to where I live, I am able to go even if only for a couple of hours. Heaven would be every day.”To find out more about the art of Stephanie Visser, visit her website.
The Edgemar Center for the Arts has been offering high-quality theater productions since 2000. Don’t miss its upcoming productions such as the amazing Bubble Man, a fun filled family show which takes place February 27 and 28 (two shows per day), 11:00am & 1:00pm. Expect square bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, fog-filled bubbles, giant bubbles, bubble volcanoes, tornadoes and trampolines and event people inside bubbles. A Night at the Black Cat Cabaret is a provocative & seductive night of music and dance and runs March 4, 5, 11, 12, 18. 25, 26, and continues through April 1, 2, 15, 22, 23, 29, 30. Then April 7th through April 10th, Santa Monica’s premiere film festival, Cinema on the Edge is back to celebrate independent films of all genres that feature a distinct vision & a unique. Call 310-392-7327 to purchase tickets or check out the Edgemar Center for the Arts website and the Cinema at the Edge website for more info on all these productions.
Also onsite, is a flourishing acting school which offers scene study, on-camera auditioning, improv, script analysis, voice and speech, casting director workshops, and other acting classes. For more information about the acting visit the website.
Be sure to mark your calendar for the art reception on Sunday March 6th at Edgemar Center for the Arts for two new exhibitions, “Believe in the Magic” and “Rhapsody in Blu” featuring artists Jennifer Verge and Stephanie Visser from 4-7pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending. Edgemar Center for the Arts is located at 2437 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405. 310-392-7327; Visit website.