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First Place Award of Excellence 

The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild 

 2018 Membership Exhibition

 at Gallery 21, Spanish Village
October 23 – November 5, 2018

Congratulations to our
First Place Award of Excellence Winner
Warren Bakley


Warren was awarded the first place for his oil painting, Laurel Street.

About Warren Bakley:

Warren is a painter, clay artist and designer.  He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA.  He has studied clay at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Maine and the New York School of Ceramics, Alfred, New York.  His working experience includes exhibit design with The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC and several years of color and interior design planning with architectural design firms. 


He has taught design at Moore College of Art and at Drexel University in Philadelphia PA, also, at San Diego State University, Southwestern Community College and the Cuyamaca Community College in California and has been a lecturer on Renaissance art at Trenton State University in Florence, Italy.


His work has been included in many public and private collections:  the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City, Norfolk Art Museum, Norfolk Virginia, the Public Libraries of San DiegoThe San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California, the Mingei International Museum, San Diego, California, the Oceanside Museum of Art, Oceanside, California and the United States Information Agency Traveling Exhibitions


He is an Associate of Clay Associates, a non profit educational foundation, and is a member of the Allied Craftsmen of San Diego California.  He is currently represented by Clay Associates, 3667 Adams Avenue, San Diego, California, and the Santa Ysabel Gallery of Art, Santa Ysabel, California. 


About Laurel Street:

Laurel Street is one of a continuing series of landscape paintings of locations in and around San Diego, California.  This is an ongoing series.  To date, there are fourteen paintings, 24" by 24", acrylic on canvas of locations identified by the name of the street that is the subject location of the painting.  These are the artist's intent to reveal the forms, and colors and light of a specific time of day gathered, as would be, through a momentary glance amid the distraction of sound and movement so often experienced while traveling streets.  

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