The Public Art Initiative, a program of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley is pleased to present its first Artist Speaker Series event of 2022 with artist Richard Cryer.
You are in for a treat as Richard will educate on this form of art, will display some of his artwork and some of his pieces will be for sale (please support valley-based artists and art itself).
What: Artist Speaker Series
When: Saturday, January 15, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost: $10/person (FREE for students)
RSVP: HERE (and pay in advance if you can; okay to pay in person too)
This event will be live at The Museum SFV, in The Theatre on the grounds of the historic Rancho Cordillera del Norte.
This event will also be available via Zoom virtual program. Attendance live and virtually is still $10/ person.
Students can send us an email, let us know which school they are attending and then a Zoom link will be sent within 24 hours of the event.
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Richard Cryer is an up and coming Fractal Artist.
He fell in love with the camera, and Photography, while working with film, and in the dark room James Monroe High School.
This knowledge and passion transferred over to the digital realm and is why and how he was introduced to fractals.
His technique is the mixing of textures in nature, as well as other art mediums and then bring them into the Digital realm to create His style.
In this artist speaker series Richard Cryer will explain and educate on:
What are Fractals?
What is Fractal art?
What is the practice and methodology for this form of artwork?
He will also explain some of his techniques and inspiration for this fascinating art form.
Please join us on the 15th, bring a friend live or attend, learn and enjoy online.
Tours of The Museum SFV will be held following the presentation.
Please RSVP by:
Calling The Museum SFV at 818-347-9665 and leaving us your name and email address for Zoom link.
RSVP on Eventbrite HERE.
email The Museum SFV at TheMuseumSFV@ gmail.com.
City of Los Angeles and County of Los
Angeles COVID-19 protocol in place. All attendees will have to show
proof of vaccination and or negative test within 72 to 24 hours (per
latest protocol). Masks are to be worn in The Theatre. Social
distancing will be possible during the presentation.
Again, please join us, bring a friend, an artist, fellow artist, tell a student student interested in art to attend.