Second Street Gallery, at 210 Second Street in Old Town
Bandon, announced today they have chosen Georganne White to
judge their upcoming “Miniature and Small Works
Exhibition” which opens to the public May 6 and continues
through June 16, 2012.
Born and raised in San Francisco, Georganne enjoyed pastels
and watercolors with her father and his artist friends. Many
pleasant afternoons were spent in Golden Gate Park dabbling
in art. In the 1960s, White studied at SF State University
and the SF Art Institute where she explored sculpture and
printmaking as well as painting. Since then, art has played
a role in almost everything she has done.
From fine art exhibits to illustrations for children’s
books, she has painted on paper, canvas, silk, ceramics and
wood, created collage and sculpture, and set herself free
with watercolors, pastels and acrylics. A featured artist in
San Francisco, Portland, Ashland, Santa Fe, the Hult Center
for the Performing Arts in Eugene and other venues,
White’s work can be found in collections from Tokyo to
Paris. Known for her expressionist approach and distinctive
style, she is represented by several galleries or her work
can be seen online at www.georgieart.com “From early
childhood I have known one thing”, says Georganne, “all
of my life I would paint"!
Artists, who are interested in entering the show, can do so
through May 2, 2012, by visiting the gallery at 210 Second
Street in Old Town Bandon, calling (541) 347-4133, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the gallery website at
www.secondstreetgallery.net for a copy of the prospectus,
entry form and guidelines.