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Studio 20 1/2: The EACH Foundation Studio Artist Residency

Justin Pastores 

 


Justin Pastores

painting

Painter Justin Pastores currently works with both transparent and opaque water media. Often working in sketchbooks, Pastores's subjects range from a combination of figures, landscapes, and illustrative work. Themes explored include identity, urban/social observation, and acculturation. His scale of work can be described as pocket size, as many of the images and surfaces are under postcard scale.

Pastores was included in Bynd Artisan's Perfect Sketchbook group show, Interlace, in Singapore. He placed first at the second Annual Benicia Plein Air Paint Out along with receiving the Artist Choice Award in summer 2017. In early 2017, he exhibited and lectured with his collective Epekto Art Projects at the Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center in Hilo, Hawai'i. Upon receiving a BFA in Traditional Arts from California State University, East Bay, he was also the recipient of the Friends of the Arts Scholarship Award and his painting "#Nofilter" was collected by the university. He has exhibited across the Bay Area including Oakland, Berkeley, Novato, and San Francisco. He works as an art instructor for Cal Color Academy in Fremont and lives in Alameda.

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instagram: @j_pastores 

The EACH Foundation Studio Artist Residency

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The EACH Foundation Studio Artist residnecy is a studio residency program generously funded by the EACH Foundation. The residency aims to support emerging artists by providing free studio space, exhibition opportunity, and exposure to the public for one year.

The EACH Foundation prides itself on being a radically inclusive, ethnically diverse, and impossibly efficient 501(c)3 grant-making nonprofit. EACH stands for eight giving areas (Education, Environment, Children, Community, the Arts, Animal welfare, Health, and Homelessness) which their thirty volunteers and philanthropic advisors give to for social change, granting over 10% of their assets per year to over 200 unique nonprofit organizations annually. eachfoundation.org• 415.277.5993 • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

 

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Studio 29: Michael Dickinson

Glass

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Michael Dickinson primarily fabricates hollow form art and sculpture using borosilicate glass flameworking techniques. His work has been inspired by the growing contemporary glass and STEAM movements of the California art scene, as he incorporates gold and silver fume implosions into a unique expression of chemical reactions within his glass. Drawing from the fluid movements in nature, he continues to experiment with bringing that quality, from a molten state, to a solid formation of artistic articulation.

 

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Studio 23: Alina Campbell + Michael Campbell

Studio 19: Lara’s Lab/Lara Myers

Documentary Installation Art

Lara’s Lab is an exploration of and experimentation with documentary installation art. 

The current project of Lara’s Lab is a participatory project called, Things Guys Actually Said To Me. Personal stories about sexual harassment, sexism, misogyny, discrimination, etc. are collected in-person from women and custom necklaces are made using text summarized from each woman’s story. Each woman who participates gets her custom necklace for free. (The necklaces will also be available for sale. All proceeds will go towards the cost of the project.)

To participate, stop by Lara’s Lab, Studio 19 during each month’s Second Friday Art Walk from 5–8pm. You may also participate whenever Lara is in the studio during Art Works Downtown’s weekly hours. It is advised to email her before visiting to see if she will be in her studio when you visit.

Lara Myers is an Army brat, a godchild of a Charo backup singer, a former dancer for the San Francisco band, ArmaGetItOn, and a documentary installation artist. She was the 2016–2017 Max Thelen Studio Residency artist at Art Works Downtown. 

 

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Studio 23: Alina Campbell

Fashion Design Work

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“Slave 4 U” Video Designed and made Britney’s gold lace t-shirt and armband © Alina Campbell

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Alina Campbell-Mary J Blige

Mary J. Blige Mtv Red Carpet Designed and made bustier © Alina Campbell

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Amy Lee of Evanescence Designed and made bustier for Performance and Press © Alina Campbell

aka: Joanee Alina Honour

Alina Campbell, née “Joanee Alina Honour”, left her Southern California roots behind to study Fashion Design at FIT in New York City where she was influenced by the punk scene, street style and vintage clothing in the East Village. Working in the famed nightclub “Limelight” in the early 90’s, the crowd also influenced the corsets she created for “Harlot NYC”, a line featured in Trash and Vaudeville and Patricia Field. Since then, she has spent the past 20 years as fashion designer, museum costume archivist and stylist. Her professional experience includes designing costumes for videos and performances which include: Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Eve and Pink, among others. She received her degree in Fashion Design from The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and continues designing today working on special projects.

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