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Sculpture that celebrates the ‘California spirit’ featured at Studios on the Park 


“Splashdown” by Ken Wilbanks

“Splashdown” by Ken Wilbanks.

–Studios on the Park is featuring an exhibition comprised fully of sculpture from March 30 —May 3, 2021. CaliforniaAesthetic3D is a celebration of the California spirit through sculpture created with elements of wood, stone, metal and glass.

In this exhibition, curated by wood sculptor Ken Wilbanks and glass artist Stephanie Wilbanks, California’s artists share their vision of the fascinating CA Aesthetic. “Aesthetic dwells in study of the mind and emotions as they relate to the sense of artistic beauty.” said Ken Wilbanks. The works are created by the artist to provoke a response, yet the viewer judges each piece through their own unique perceptions of meaning, sensation, and artistry.”

The sculptors include Carl Berney, Peter Charles, Mecki Heussen, George Jercich, Larry Le Brane, Ron Roundy, and Ken Wilbanks. All are from the Central Coast, and each has an impressive art background of their own, bringing a variety of sculpture to one creative space.

CaliforniaAesthetic3D can be seen Sunday through Thursday from 12 – 4 p.m. and on Friday & Saturday from 12 – 9 p.m. For more information on CaliforniaAesthetic3D, Studios on the Park or its education programs, go to:

Studios on the Park is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a creative, educational, and transformational experience to enhance understanding and appreciation of the visual arts. Studios on the Park realizes its commitment by making the creative process available to the public. Studios engages and inspires the San Luis Obispo County community and its visitors with a unique open studio environment. Studios features artists working in a variety of media, educational programs for children and adults, and quality exhibitions by regional, national, and international artists. A gift from the Up Front Gallery is also a gift to Studios—all purchases support the arts programming for children, teens, and adults.

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