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Chouinard School of Art Presents Mix
Mix at The Chouinard School of Art.



SOUTH PASADENA, CA.-The Chouinard School of Art is pleased to present Mix, a group show curated by Ed Flynn and Laddie John Dill. Mix features work by nine Southern California artists, all of whom are currently students at Chouinard under the tutelage of artist Ed Flynn.

With its inception in Flynn's dialogue class, Mix organically grew out of the teacher working directly with every student, guiding and nurturing each one's vision, and culminating in what you see before you. Much like the communities in which we live, Mix brings together various styles, aesthetics, and ideas without compromising individual integrity and always with the ultimate purpose of achieving unique self-expression and the capacity to share this with others. Each of these artists were committed to developing their work to new levels. The Chouinard School of Art provided this opportunity through the Dialogue Class and it evolved into this group show.

Laddie John Dill and Ed Flynn both attended the original Chouinard Art School in downtown Los Angeles during the mid sixties. Both artists are members of the Chouinard School's Advisory Board in South Pasadena.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS:
Cynthia Paige Aaron creates assemblage with a wide variety of very personal hand picked objects, then orchestrates them into statements related to her worlds.
M.E. Dolan received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Her paintings are a record of a trip to Havanna, Cuba with her husband, Cuban born writer director, Luis Remesar. Stills from documentary film of Cuba provide the emotional context for these paintings.

Laura Johnston, BFA, San Diego State, showing collages representing her commitment to merge the uses of printed material, fiber, painting and assemblage.
Nuttaphol Ma’s work involves chance and making a conscious effort at being present in order to respond to his surroundings. His installation piece entitled ‘ladders’ tells his personal narrative of his ancestral past to the present.
Patrick Quinn works with found object discarded memories found at swap meets. Salvaged doors, windows combined with old snapshots aid his path in search of the provocative and personal.

Jean LeCerf Richardson's works reflect her deep involvement with the natural world and the complexity of human relationships. She synthesizes her bio-behavioral research with her artistic expression.

George Rosenfeld, American, born in Germany, BFA Cal State Northridge, Graduate study, Claremont Graduate School.

Susan Sironi's work reflects social or emotional expectations and perceptions, forming the core of her art. Her work involves using oil paint and optical lenses.
Keith Ullrich, Pasadena born artist and musician. He works in collage and assemblage.










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