18th Annual WAH Salon Show

Curated by Yuko Nii, Coordinated by Richard Sanchez

Saturday, January 28 – Sunday, February 19, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 28, 4 – 6 pm

Gallery Hours: Friday – Sunday, 12pm – 6pm, (Thursdays by Appointment)
(Except on the opening day, Saturday, January 28, 4 – 6 pm) 

18th Annual Salon Show Poster
IMAGES: 1. Theresa Desalvio 2. Bienvenido Banez 3.Sandra Forrest 4. Laurie Russell 5. Yookan Westfield 6. Leandro Comrie 7. Linda Smith 8. Natsuko Hattori 9. Tomek Bogacki 10. Jennifer Primosch 11. Bernette Rudolph 12. Yasuaki Okamoto 13. Helmut Krackie 14. Santiago Flores-Charneco 15. Naoaki Funayama 16. Larry Szycher 17. Val Dyshlov 18.Ayako Bando 19.Renee Radenberg 20. Richard Hatter 21. Cheryl Safren 22. Margo Mead 23. Tomoko Kazama-Ober 24.Jeffery Friedkin 25. Debra Friedkin 26. Suprina 27. Joel Simpson 28. Drew Maillard 29. Glen Goodenough

Participating artists:
Kayo Albert, Ayako Bando, Bienvenido Banez, Carole Barlowe, Tomek Bogacki, Benjamin Bohnsack, Beryl Brenner, Orin Buck, Linda Butti, Leandro Comrie, Christopher Craig, Theresa DeSalvio, Val Dyshlov, Santiago Flores, Sandra Forrest, Debra Friedkin, Jeffrey Friedkin, Naoaki Funayama, Eleanor Goldstein, Glen Goodenough, Susan Handwerker, Richard Hatter, Natsuko Hattori, Iku Higuchi, Halona Hilbertz, Kunio Izuka, Susan Jacobs, Sam Jungkurth, Yuko K., Tomoko Kazama-Ober, Helmut Krackie, Frank Krasicki, Eric Kwan Tai Lau, Drew Maillard, Margo Mead, Mieko Mitachi, Gail Mitchell, Kenichi Nakajima, Yasuaki Okamoto, Carmen Porfido, Jennifer Primosch, Tina Psoinos, Renee Radenberg, Bernette Rudolph, Laurie Russell, Cheryl Safren, Mira Satryan, Julie Joy Saypoff, Larry Scaturro, Evan Schwartz, Tasneem Shahzad, Joel Simpson, Linda Smith, Suprina, Larry Szycher, Keaton Vanderwerff, Jania Vanderwerff, Courtney Lee Weida, Yookan Westfield, Mary Westring

The WAH Center offers an artist membership program called the “WAH Salon Art Club.” It gives exposure to a wide of artists and art styles, from established to emerging artists. It fulfills one of the WAH Center’s missions based upon the WAH Founder’s “Bridge Concept.” That concept envisions a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community, and create a bridge between local, national and international artists, emerging and established artists, and artists of all disciplines.

At the Salon, fine art can meet functional art (craft) and performing art (music, dance, theater and poetry). Technology can also give means to artistic expression. Here young and old, all nations and cultures, can bridge their expressions though the international language of art. In concept, the Salon is all the colors of the artist’s palette.

Saturday, January 28 Opening Reception video

WAH Salon Art

From Left to Right: Mary Westring, Jania Vanderwerff, Halona Hilbertz, Iku Higuchi, Carmen Porfido, Evan Schwartz

To learn more about how to become a WAH Salon Member, please visit the WAH Salon page.

Preview: Works by participating artists — not the works included in the show, so come to see their actual submissions!

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