Wignall Museum at Chaffey College 

January 30 - March 18, 2006

Curated by Karen Rapp + Linda Theung

Eduardo Abaroa
Stephen Hendee
Won Ju Lim
Amy Myers
Jason Rogenes
Jane South
Shirley Tse

Opening Reception: Wednesday, February 1, 2006, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Curators' Walkthrough: Saturday, March 4, 2006, 2:00 PM

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Press release: ( pdf | text )
Acknowledgments
Gallery info
We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all the individuals who supported the realization of . Holly and Bill Halford, Joseph Michael Morsman and Eileen Harris Norton each generously loaned artworks from their private collections to this show. Susanne Vielmetter and Gosia Wojas at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; Sachiyo Yoshimoto, Michele Biglar and Peter Wu at Patrick Painter Inc., Santa Monica; Shoshana Wayne and Kerry O’Bryan at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica; and Parnell Corder at Roberts and Tilton, Los Angeles provided innumerable suggestions and expert coordination of the works borrowed from their respective establishments. In addition, Mike Hernandez and Jay Belloli at the Armory Center for the Arts facilitated the “regeneration” of the Rogenes piece with aplomb.

At Chaffey College, we recognize the efforts made by Peggy Cartwright, Director of Marketing and Max Prieto, Supervisor, and acknowledge the Associated Students of Chaffey College (ASCC) for their generous support and assistance. Without the support and encouragement of Director Pamela Bailey Lewis and Assistant Curator Rebecca Trawick, could not have been realized. We heartily thank them and the crew of the Wignall Museum.

It is Sara G. Vinci of Vinci Art who has made the print and design identity of look fantastic. Jennifer Frias provided critical feedback during the infancy of the show. Sam Boi Lee gave great advice during the editing process. Finally, we would like to thank the artists, whose enthusiasm for the exhibition made it a joy to organize. We are grateful to have had the opportunity to collaborate with each artist and to bring together their work in the context of . It is a thrill to share our enthusiasm for their work at the Wignall Museum.

- Karen Rapp + Linda Theung, Guest Curators