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Artists Speak for the Trees

    COSTA MESA, California, July 13—An Artists “Speak for the Trees” exhibit is showing at Orange Coast College’s Doyle Arts Pavillion until August 12th.

    The exhibit features painting, sculpture, photography, glass, and conceptual art mediums from 38 artists ranging from Stanford and OCC students to Yoko Ono.

    The artwork depicts the relationship between humanity and trees.

    Admission is free on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and by appointment on Friday and Saturday, 2701 Fairview Avenue, Costa Mesa.

    Jeannie Denholm and Andrea Harris, Arts Pavilion director, curated the exhibit in collaboration with “Speak for the Trees” author Andrea Friesen.

    Featured artists include Mark Ryden, Yoko Ono, Robert Norton, George Katzenberger, Katherine Gray, Axel Erlandson (Tree Circus), Amy Caterina, Stanford University, Sam Maloof, OCC students, EdRuscha, Jim Cokas, Dirk Hagner, Kim Abeles, Ellen Jantzen, Mark Dion (documentation of Neukom Vivarium), Laurie Hassold, Mark Chamberlain, Jerry Burchfield, Deborah Davidson, Ning Yeh, Lynn King, Winifred Wood, James Lorigan, Corey Stein, Eugenie Goldschmeding, Eric Stoner, Tom Dowling, Cara Barer, Jean Miele, Christopher Burkett, James Surls, Jean Francois Podevin, Larry Scher, Jean Towgood, Aaron Norton, and Pat Warner.

    For more information, call 714-432-5102 or visit www.occartspavilion.com.

“Wish Tree” by Yoko Ono

“Tree” by OCC art professor Tom Dowling

“Roots” by George Katzenberger

Mark Chamberlain

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