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And The Art Goes On Studios On The Park Exhibit Explores Ages Of Art

March 30th, 2016

And The Art Goes On Studios On The Park Exhibit Explores Ages Of Art

The circle of life stops for no man. The earth keeps on spinning round and round, each sunrise bleeds into the following sunset, and the art of the day continues changing with the passage of time.

Looking to the ever-evolving inspiration, style, and subject matter of art, the Paso Robles Art Association settled on the theme of Ages of Art for its show that’s currently on display at Studios on the Park.


THE DARK SIDE
Linda Grone Smith’s piece 'Shadow Self' explores unconscious aspects of human personality.
PHOTO COURTESY OF PASO ROBLES ART ASSOCIATION
“The whole idea of the show was to be a cross of not just doing really cool art, but of the different ages of art,” Deprise Brescia, vice president of the association and exhibit curator, said. “Where inspiration from modern day art comes from. It’s meant to be educational and inspiring.”

The exhibit, which aims to showcase the creative spirit from the many ages of art and from all corners of...

Art Association Hosting Ages Of Art Show

March 12th, 2016

Art Association Hosting Ages Of Art Show

Artist reception will be hosted March 5
–The Paso Robles Art Association will be doing a combined adult and youth show in their gallery. “Ages of Art” will run March 3 through April 3 at the PRAA Showroom Galley inside of Studios on the Park, located at 1130 Pine Street in Paso Robles.

Artists will showcase the creative spirit from the many ages of art and from all corners of the world. There will be a reception hosted on March 5 from 5-7 p.m.

San Miguel Business Expo Draws A Crowd

March 12th, 2016

San Miguel Business Expo Draws A Crowd

–The San Miguel Business Expo on Thursday filled up the Mission San Miguel Parish Hall, located adjacent to Old Mission San Miguel. Taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the annual expo featured artists, local businesses, event venues, wineries, and more.

Artist Deprise Brescia said that events such as the business expo are a great way to meet other people in the community. “You never know whose path you may cross,” she said. Brescia creates unique works of mixed media art and various crafts that are, “filled with positivity,” and utilize elements such as gemstones.

Sponsored by the Pleasant Valley Wine Trail, the San Miguel Chamber of Commerce, The Ranch, and Three M’s Custom Signs and Clothing, admission to the event was free with a business card.

To learn more about the San Miguel Chamber of Commerce, visit www.sanmiguelchamber.org.

ArtSlant Watchlist Artist Deprise Brescia

September 21st, 2015

ArtSlant Watchlist Artist Deprise Brescia

At its core, my artwork merges science and spirituality for its aesthetic beauty and energetic properties. I consider it transformational, energy art, created to positively influence the viewer and environment. All of my work is created for uplifting places and spaces. I think my art is a bit outside of any box; it’s a modern twist on conceptual in that it does take aesthetics into account, but the energetic properties and meaning take priority in the creation.

Gallery Glimpse The Experience Outside The Matrix By Randy Cordova The Republic

July 28th, 2013

Gallery Glimpse The Experience Outside The Matrix By Randy Cordova The Republic

Gallery Glimpse: 'The Experience: Outside the Matrix'
By Randy Cordova
The Republic | azcentral.com
Sun Jul 7, 2013 1:50 AM
Los Angeles artist Deprise Brescia will be featured in her first solo Arizona exhibit with “The Experience: Outside the Matrix.”

Featured are abstract digital photographs that explore the concept of looking at life from different perspectives.

“It is really about letting go of all the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that keep us limited and what if we made an amazing shift and saw the world as we know it through new eyes,” Brescia says in a statement. “I am a big fan of ‘what if.’ It fills my thoughts on a regular basis and just pushes me to think differently.”

Brescia says her curious nature is partly due to her diverse heritage (she boasts French, Italian, Spanish, Irish, Welsh and American Indian bloodlines). She also works as a successful actress, and has had guest spots on “House of Lies,” “Two and a Half Men,”...