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Paintings, Prints & Drawings by Bay Area Artists Cindy Ostroff, Louise Maloof and Susan Tureck Celebrated at Madrigal Tasting Salon and Gallery in Sausalito

Winery Continues Bay Area California Artist Series

June 26, 2018, Sausalito, CA –Madrigal Family Winery Tasting Salon & Gallery in Sausalito hosts the 25th in its Art and Wine series on Thursday July 12th from 6-8:30pm, featuring the work of local Marin County Artists Cindy Ostroff, Louise Maloof and Susan Tureck with art curation by Shiva Pakdel. The exhibit is on view from July 6 through August 1, 2018. This exhibition is a celebration of three female artists who express their artwork in different mediums.

Cindy Ostroff

Anatolia

I am passionate about printmaking.

It is the creative tension in printmaking that draws me in and motivates me to pursue my artistic path. For me, inspiration can arise in an instant, often provoked by light, shadow, texture, or color. But then the long processes in printmaking slow me down, forcing me to be patient as I experiment with images and techniques, and see my ideas come to life through printing. I find that this creative tension is what keeps me open to the greatest surprise and artistic potential in my work.

I am encouraged that the Bay Area shows support, appreciation, and delight in its dedication to the arts and I am excited and grateful as I pursue a place in our thriving art community.
cindyostroffprints.etsy.com

Louise Maloof

The Small Red Pear 8×8

“My work is a quest for the freedom of poetic space. I use the grid and nature as metaphors of our dream states and desires. I am currently exploring deep space and genomic structures in an effort to raise awareness of our fragile planet experiences.”

Louise was born in the Big Bend country of West Texas. Her childhood was spent in the sere plains, painting and drawing from an early age. She earned her BFA from Otis Art Institute in 1993, in painting and sculpture. She lived in Los Angeles and San Francisco until moving to Ohio in 2001, and has since returned to San Francisco where she has a studio at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato.

Her paintings and sculptures focus around the centering line of tension found between the effects of contemporary technologies and the inner, often hidden desires of the human soul.

Louise works mostly in oils, beeswax, birch, linen and canvas. Her award-winning work is collected worldwide including Asia, Australia, USA, Latin America, Canada and Europe.
Louisemaloof.com

Susan Tureck

Dames Tricot 1

I returned to printmaking and drawing in 2014 after a career in design and marketing for a ceramic tile company. I am fascinated with found photos and with scientific and industrial textbooks. These images are the inspiration for much of my work. I try to find the elusive balance between their original intent and my interpretation. Employing monoprints, painting, drawing and collage, I build layers to translate and create a new meaning for the images, elevating them to a fine art.

Each new series takes me into uncharted territory with alterations in context producing unexpected and hopefully evocative results.

Entrance to the Madrigal art and wine event is complimentary. RSVP sausalito@madrigalfamilywinery.com

The Madrigal Sausalito Wine Salon & Gallery is open from 12-7pm daily.
For information, contact Wine Salon Manager Patricia Gatti at (415) 729-9549 or pgatti@madrigalfamilywinery.com

About Madrigal Family Winery

Located on Highway 29, halfway between Calistoga and St. Helena in the renowned Napa Valley, the Madrigal Family Winery continues the family tradition of viticultural leadership and wine production. Since the 1930s, the family has been building its reputation and earning recognition for their vineyard management program as well as their wines. Situated on 40 acres of estate vineyards, the state of the art Madrigal Winery specializes in Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc, and small lots of single vineyard and estate wines. Today, Madrigal Family Winery is run by Chris Madrigal, the family’s 3rd generation.

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