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Jackson Pollock , Number 23, Enamel on gesso on paper, 575 x 784 mm


The Scribblescapes exhibition explores the world of process-driven art. Think Jackson Pollock. Some artists prioritize the process of art-making more than the end-result. This exhibition features artists who are concerned with the process and have obsessive ways of art-making. Some only scribble with markers. Some only paint with dots. Some only work in patterns.

The Jon Ginsburg Gallery welcomes Kirk Cruz as the guest artist featured in this exhibition. His most recent work in permanent ink pens showcase his unique process and his interest in Color Theory. Join us on June 1st from 5-8pm for a night of poetry, artist talks and art-making.

This event is FREE and takes place at the Jon Ginsburg Gallery, 410 E Race Ave. Visalia, CA 93291.
Scribblescapes will be up from May 11 – June 27. The Jon Ginsburg Gallery is open to the public, Monday through Friday from 10am to 3pm. Enter at the main office to visit during these hours: 606 N Bridge St. Visalia, CA 93291. 559-733-9329


About the Featured Artist


Kirk Cruz was born in Fresno California and has studied painting and drawing for over 20 years. He was inspired and encouraged by his father Gilbert Cruz during his youth. Cruz studied at Fresno State, Fresno City College, South Lake Tahoe College and Clovis Adult School. His work is commonly exhibited in the Fresno Art Hop and the Clovis Art Hop. He has also been exhibited in the Fresno Art Museum, Brush and Easel Gallery, CMAC Fresno, Fresno Art Association, M Street Gallery, Studio on the Parks in Paso Robles, and more. Cruz has taught art at the After-School Program at Martin Luther King Intermediate School and at the Clovis Library Teen Program.

The work featured in this exhibition is his most recent work in color permanent ink pens, which showcases his unique process and interest in Color Theory.

Cruz’s other artistic interests include dance, singing, acting and martial arts. He has performed in local shows and currently is looking to expand into film.

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