Sat, Sep 09|
Antiquite Maison Privee
Youth Connections Unlimited Second Saturday Charity Art Show & Sale
Join us for two days of art featuring Sacramento artists, Frank Zamora and Jason Richardson.
Time & Location
Sep 09, 2023, 2:00 PM – Sep 10, 2023, 4:30 PM
Antiquite Maison Privee, 2114 P St, Sacramento, CA 95816, USA
About the event
Event Name: September 2023 Second Saturday Charity Art Show and Sale
Location: Antiquité Maison Privée, 2114 P Street, Midtown, Sacramento
Date/ Time: Saturday, September 9, 2023, from 2-8 PM and Sunday, September 10, 2023, from 11-4. On Sunday, there will be a private reception from 11-1. General Admission on Sunday will be from 1-4.
Admission: Choose-Your-Own Amount Donation ($5 per person recommended)
Vendors: Brasserie du Monde, Antiquité Winery
The event will feature art by local artists, Frank Zamora, and Jason Richardson. At the show, guests will enjoy a variety of mixed media works and original paintings by these artists.
At Saturday’s event, guests will have the chance to meet with the artists and see many never-before-seen artworks. In addition to the art, event partners, Brasserie du Monde, will have an assortment of small bites for sale and the Antiquité Midtown Winery will have wine by the glass for sale. There will also be non-alcoholic beverages available for a donation.
On Sunday, there will be a private meet and greet with one or both artists for invited guests. During general admission, guests will be welcomed by one or both of the artists and there will be light refreshments and wine for sale in the winery.
This is a two-day event benefiting Youth Connections Unlimited (YCU), a Sacramento-based charity that provides education and mentoring programs that benefit at-risk youth in the Sacramento region. This event marks the launching of YCU’s fundraising efforts for the 2024 Plein Air Sac season. Both participating artists have generously agreed to donate half of all art sales to support the program. There will also be a variety of art books and art supplies available for purchase at the show.
About the Artists
Frank Zamora is a California artist who has exhibited his art throughout the United States spanning many decades. To many in the Sacramento region, Frank is known as one of the icons of the Art Department at Sacramento City College. As a point of fact, many of Sacramento’s artists have learned from their time in a class taught by Frank Zamora.
Many of his artworks explore the expressiveness of “mark making”, a term and style that has become synonymous with the artist. Frank has even published an educational book to inspire and guide aspiring artists titled, “Marking Your World: A Drawing Book for Beginning Art”.
Over his long career, Frank has taught many different subjects in art, ranging from drawing and painting to design and special studies in art. He has an astute awareness of the history of art and a passion for educating artists and non-artists alike as to the benefits of art education.
Jason is a native of southern California, who relocated to the Sacramento region as an infant. He comes from a large family, with several generations of successful artists. He has been a working artist both throughout California and internationally, for over 20 years.
Much of Jason’s work is reflective of his passion for exploring abstract compositions and pushing the limits of the medium he uses to make his work. Over his artistic career, Jason has explored many genres and techniques as he has delivered commission pieces for corporate clients and individual collectors.
After completing his MFA program, Jason searched for opportunities to incorporate art education into his art repertoire. After developing his own curriculum and teaching several private classes, Jason was offered a chance to bring his desire to be an advocate for arts education to a broader audience by taking over the helm of a local charity, Youth Connections Unlimited. Since taking over in 2021, Jason launched his first program, Plein Air Sac, and was a partner in a charity art auction benefiting homeless charities.