Jenni Ward’s sculptures will be on display at the newly re-opened Homeless Garden Project downtown store. Join us for the May First Friday opening. Art hearts, seed pods and gifts items from other local artists are also on display. Sales help benefit the HGP’s programming. Jenni Ward will also be hosting a seed bomb making workshop at the store on Saturday May 10th from 2-5, just in time for Mother’s Day, Sign up at Eventbrite!
Join us Friday May 2 5:30 – 8
110 Cooper St., Santa Cruz
storefront entrance on Pacific Avenue between O’Neill and Verizon
The store will be open EVERY weekend
Friday and Saturday: Noon – 7 PM
Sunday: Noon – 6 PM
About the Homeless Garden Project:
The Homeless Garden Project is a 24-year-old nonprofit that practices and teaches principles of economic and ecological sustainability through community classes and hands-on experience on its farm. Located on the Westside of Santa Cruz, homeless men and women receive job training and employment, while producing organic produce. The harvest is then sold to the general public through CSAs. A portion of the harvest is then distributed to other county nonprofits. The garden also has many community and educational programs that teach organic and sustainable farming to people of all ages.
May 3rd 11 – 4
Join us at Earth Art Studio for a chance to tour the sculpture garden, sign up for summer classes and BUY ART! New work by owner & artist Jenni Ward will be shown as well as student work will be for sale. Enter the raffle for a chance to win art and EAS gift certificates too!! Looking forward to seeing you there!
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
I am so excited to announce that I was selected to install a sculpture from my Hive Series at the Museum of Art & History’s open stairwell space for 2014. This sculpture is comprised of 150 hand-built ceramic pieces and is my largest installation to date. Visit Jenni Ward Art on Facebook to see photos and video of the installation in process.
About the Hive Installation:
The piece is a visual expression of the energy between opposing forces. In nature, a hive illustrates the natural balance between strength and fragility, curiosity and avoidance, security and vulnerability. In this sculpture, these concepts are explored using a geometric arrangement of multiple ceramic forms inspired by nature. The negative spaces between each ring and each piece create an active energy that is felt but not seen. The combination of these elements create an abstract interpretation of a hive structure both physically and conceptually.
Learn more about the Santa Cruz MAH:
Please check out the sculpture while you enjoy one of the many exhibits and art activities going on at the MAH. The MAH is located at 705 Front St, and is open Tuesday – Sunday 11- 5 and is open late until 9pm every Friday. Check out the First & Third Friday event schedules. $5 adults, $3 students and seniors, FREE for MAH members.
Group Art Exhibit
Pajaro Valley Arts Council Gallery
Jan 15th – Feb 16th, 2014
artists reception: Jan 19th, 2 – 4pm
Take-Away beautiful small works of art from over 50 of the county’s top artists. I will be exhibiting work from my Specimen Series; arrangements of little clay compartments filled with organic ceramic shapes. Enjoy!
Learn more about the PVAC:
PVAC is located at 37 Sudden St, Watsonville
Gallery is open Wed – Sun 11 – 4
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