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Art Show by Dana Loberg (Trumbull '03) at The Artists Alley Gallery

A benefit event that will support Boys Hope Girls Hope


Place: The show is located in SoMa at the The Artists Alley Gallery  http://www.theartistsalley.com/  (863 Mission between 4th and 5th)

Date and Time: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 7 to 11 pm.  

Music, food and drinks will be provided, suggested $10 donation to the Local Artist's Fund

Art Show Description:

Child’s Play is a collection of paintings that examine a wide variety of subjects – from the portrait of a child to a modern version of a cherub strumming a guitar.  The paintings have a mixed media approach, incorporating children's books, original poetry by the artist's sister Erica Loberg, scripture, and music that integrate and enrich each individual charcoal painting. Through these paintings, whether it is the subject matter or the burst of color, an emotional connection to youth will be evoked and the memory of childhood re-lived.

Artist Bio:

Dana Loberg was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She attended Yale University, lived in New York City and currently resides in the Mission in San Francisco where she is able to gain inspiration from fellow artists and people.  Her paintings, primarily involving children, capture moments in time, from a gentle embrace to a child caught staring.  Through charcoal and pastel, she can put a new spin on what was once black and white and bring it to life with vibrant colors.  Painting is meant to educate and express the human feelings we all have. Through her paintings, she hopes that people are reminded of the fragility of life and their luck in just existing. There is beauty in even the mundane things we all do and regardless of race or religion, we are all the same.

Website: www.danaloberg.com

About Boys Hope Girls Hope:

Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college.

Boys Hope Girls Hope provides children with long-term care with non-institutional homes staffed by live-in residential counselors who challenge scholars to live up to their potential while developing a strong moral and spiritual foundation. Boys Hope Girls Hope concentrates on the development of the whole person—intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and physical.

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