August 12 - September 22: Traditional Chinese Brush Painting by Peggy Chang
Chinese brush painting is an ancient art that continues to fascinate contemporary artist. Peggy Chang learned the traditional skills at an early age and has spent most of her adult life dedicated to refining those skills while developing a style of her own. She works with black, white and colored ink painted on rice paper, exploring landscape and floral themes.
October 6 - November 17: Apophenia by Parker G. Palenik
Apophenia is a contemporary art that perceive a connection or meaningful pattern between unrelated or random things (such as objects or ideas). Park G. Palenik is a visual artist who lives and works in San Marino, California. In his work he explores color and form as a language for emotion.