Anno Domini’s co-founderand co-creator, the co-founder, Ms. Cherri lakey, has not met the artist Mr. Zack Luchetti. He is an artist and educator who hails from Oakland who was a student of Barron Storey (illustrator at San Jose State). The work of his was so inspiring to her greatly that she teamed up together with the artist Mr. Brian Eder to create an exhibition in his honor in conjunction with the First Fridays of South ArtWalk that takes place in San Jose. However, Luchetti will not be able to be present at the show. In the year 2000, the cancer of his colon was diagnosed during his stay in Murphys in which he taught.
Anno Domini hosted a retrospective in the year 2000 of Storey’s work of the “golden time”. Zack’s mom, Cathy Luchetti attended due to the affection of her son for Storey. The gallery asked her on S. First St. to consider showing the work of her son. Lakey stated that submissions are not the best fit for every gallery. But, the artwork was stunning. Lakey remarked that Zack’s distinct view of nature and humankind, and his experiences working at the BART Station, as well as other places that distinguish Zack’s work in comparison to other submissions.
It was an impressive performance. The show’s name comes from the image of Luchetti as a teacher in the elementary school who enlightens the wolves with the bulb. This is a symbol of Luchetti’s effort to instruct his pupils. Luchetti finds similarities in his vibrant work and the works from Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera and other surrealists. But the concept is a new concept to him. Lakey said that his work is “amazingly complex.” The art of Lakey has layers of significance. The pieces which truly stirred my soul.
South First Fridays Art Walk is an annual event that is held at various locations between 5-6 at night. The event has grown into Fountain Alley, Martha Gardens as well as The SoFA District. An up-to-date listing of this week’s events, as well as a downloadable map, can be located on the website www.southfirstfridays.com. The highlights of this week’s festivities include the opening reception for Me Earth, an exhibit of Tuan Tran, a Vietnamese-American artist who uses found objects in his art, which will be held at Chopsticks Alley. Also, there’s the Asian Fusion Art Collective, that is situated at S. Second St.
The final chance to view “Pertencer:To Belong” in the MACLA gallery closes on the 31st of March on a Friday. The exhibition offers a range of pieces from more than local artists and can be previewed in greater detail at www.workssanjose.org. Open San Jose will host an event that showcases fashion pieces by one of the tenant on the 1st of March, at 3:00 p.m. The event is scheduled to prepare for the march community auction of art.
Bank of America cardholders should be cautious in the event of rainy weather. Since it’s the start of the month, they’ll enjoy a complimentary entry into diverse cultural institutions like The Computer History Museum, San Jose Museum of Art and Tech Interactive. This is provided by “Museums for Us”. This weekend is the time to see the emergence of artwork that is not belonging to regulars. It includes Pilar Aguero-Esparza as well as Rayos Magos as well as Kristina Mikotti, Hector Munoz-Guzman, Kristina, Kristina, Kristina, Kristina, Kristina Vanessa Wallace-Gonzales White-Johnson and Hector Munoz–Guzman.
All of us can learn from one another.
The last days of the exhibition of art “Pertencer To Belong” in the MACLA Gallery will be closing. It gives artists in San Jose a platform to showcase their work. Open San Jose will host an exhibition of fashion along with one of its tenants. These two events give visitors the opportunity to explore the talent and creativity of San Jose. San Jose area. The amazing experience is only two more days until the exhibit closes on the 25th of March, 2021.