02apr4:00 pm6:00 pmE Pluribus Unum: Out of Many, One - Opening Reception Artists use their collective voices to explore and celebrate our differences.

Event Details

This exhibition explores our differences and our commonalities. Through Richard Barnett’s large oil paintings of crowds depicting up to 500 people in one work to Daggi Wallace’s small intimate pastel portraits and Kerstin Zilm’s prose and collected voices, the viewer is invited to contemplate their own place among each other and in this world. Will YOU speak up, make your voice heard? What will it take to work towards understanding and unity, ending division and seeing each other with new eyes? The juxtaposition of Barnett’s stylized broad brushstrokes on canvas with Wallace’s finely detailed works on paper is underscored by Zilm’s emotionally charged narrative text. All three artists embody our differences with their mediums, styles and techniques yet speak to the common ground we all share, our emotions of fear and anger, joy and love, frustration and rage. The audience has a chance to add their own voice here by helping to write a community poem or creating a protest slogan for what matters most to them.



(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Studio Channel Islands

2222 Ventura Blvd, Camarillo CA 93010