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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LESLIE MCCARRON AND CYNTHIA HIPKISS – MAY 4-27, 2023
Sacramento, April 1, 2023 – Archival Gallery will present Living in Color by Leslie McCarron, and new sculpture by Cynthia Hipkiss, May 4-27, 2023. The Gallery will be open for a Second Saturday Public Reception on May 13 from 5-8PM.
Color is what motivates me, excites me and distracts me, it always has been. Color is the first thing that inspires me to create a painting, the first thing to catch my eye about a subject, be it a still life or landscape. Color will sustain me throughout the painting process as I work through composition, color harmony, values, shapes, movement and balance. – Leslie McCarron
Complementing this exhibition, new sculptural work by Cynthia Hipkiss in her signature style of humorous figures in bold colors. Hipkiss’ ceramic food-safe dishware is regularly on-display at the Gallery, with this collection adding people and animal figures in large scale sculpture.
Approved Images for Press:
- April 6-29, 2023: Gone Fishin’ a group show in memory of Ron Wagner and supporting the Parkinson Association of Northern California
- May 4-27, 2023: Leslie McCarron and Cynthia Hipkiss
- June 1-24, 2023: William Peterson, Kiny McCarrick, and Sean Royal
- June 29 – July 29, 2023: Introductions 2023 with John Angell, Russ Reich, and Jerry Cagle
About Archival Gallery
In Sacramento since 1983, Archival Gallery presents contemporary Northern California Fine Art and Picture Framing Services. Curated by D. Oldham Neath, the gallery exhibit rotates monthly. Archival Gallery is located at 3223 Folsom Boulevard in East Sacramento and is open Tuesdays – Saturdays from 11AM-4PM, also by appointment and for special events. Visit archivalgallery.com for more information.