NCECA 2022 solo concurrent exhibit

WATER - Ray Gonzales
AXIS GALLERY 625 S St., Sacramento, California,  March 4th - 27th

Trompe l'oeil sculptures of water in unlikely forms. This universally recognized and expected element in the improbable form of a brick or ship or more is what this artist explores. Ray Gonzales


* LUMINARIES - A group exhibition featuring Northern California ceramic artists who have attained eminence and provided inspiration through their dedication towards shining a light on others at this year's NCECA conference. Organized by Ray Gonzales. Artists include Anthony Gill, Mary Catherine Bassett, Scott Parady, Rick Parsons, Marc Lancet, Ianna Frisby, Marsha Schindler, Dania Lukey, William Ishmael, Ray Gonzales, and others (MEETING ROOM 16) SAFE CREDIT UNION CONVENTION CENTER 1400 J St, Sacramento, California

*OF THE EARTHThis exhibition highlights the diversity of clay by showcasing a group of artists who use various techniques to explore traditional and figurative works. Curated by Patricia Wood. Ray Gonzales, Sandy Fong Whetstone, Kris Marubayashi, Deborah Pittman, Linda Fitz Gibbon, Rodney Mott, Tom Bartel, Andy Blanchard, Edmund Blackburn, Linda Gelfman, Bonnie Rascon, Grace Tuthill AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE, KANEKO GALLERY 4700 College Oak Dr., Sacramento, California, 916-484-8399​

*SIDE-BY-SIDE: HISTORIC AND CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS - How does the medium of clay express the impact and influence of people and history? We invite visitors to look at historic ceramic objects through the lens of contemporary artists inside the landmark Gibson House. Curated by Iulia Bodeanu. Shenny Cruces, Zen Du, Linda Fitz Gibbon, Ianna Frisby, Ray Gonzales, Michelle Kern, William Peterson, Sandy Whetstone YOLOARTS, THE GIBSON HOUSE 512 Gibson Rd., Woodland, California, 530-666-8147​