Artist team Lisa Beerntsen and Tony Speirs share a Sonoma County studio in which they create paintings — both working in a vibrant, lively color palette but in very unique styles. The two are exhibiting their “One Studio — Two Views” show at the Rasmussen Art Gallery in Angwin, with an opening reception and artists’ talk on Saturday, November 1, 7-9 p.m.
In addition to their individual work in art or teaching, Beerntsen and Speirs also work collaboratively on some projects, including a recent collaboration with the collective of artists 'Art Farm Motel' on several very large-scale painting-installation projects for the Burning Man Art Festival.
Rasmussen Art Gallery is located on the Pacific Union College campus in Angwin. The gallery is open to the public with no admission charge. “One Studio — Two Views” will be on exhibit during regular gallery hours November 1 through December 7, but by appointment only during the week of November 22-30. Regular gallery hours are Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 1-5 p.m. For more information, call 707-965-6303.