2018 Festival Judges
Danielle Giudici Wallis
Danielle Giudici Wallis is an artist, arts administrator, and art educator. She received her BA degree from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio and her MFA degree from Stanford University. Her work has been exhibited widely in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Her administrative work with Arts Connection, The Arts Council for San Bernardino County, has become a complementary medium as she explores larger collaborative projects, bringing organizations and communities together through the arts.
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Sant Khalsa is an artist, educator and curator whose artwork is internationally exhibited and collected by museums including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Nevada Museum of Art in Reno and Center for Creative Photography in Tucson. Khalsa is a recipient of prestigious fellowships, awards and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council, California Council for the Humanities and others. She is a Professor of Art, Emerita at California State University, San Bernardino and resides in Joshua Tree.
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2017 Festival Judges
David is an internationally known artist who grew up in Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University. After graduating, David served as an Army Combat Artist for the Department of the U.S. Army in Vietnam. The paintings he did are now in the U.S. Army Center of Military History in Fort Belvoir, Virgina.
After the military, David opened his own design studio, designing and executing movie posters for such studios as Twentieth Century Fox, Warner Bros., Columbia Pictures, Universal Pictures, Sony and MGM Studios. David was named a “Master Artist” by International Artist Magazine and his portraits are in private and corporate collections. He is also an accomplished landscape painter, with his work hanging in several state and local government buildings.
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Penny’s artwork incorporates a broad range of media, from drawing and painting to 3-D ceramic pieces. Recently she has been experimenting with layered mixed media works on paper that incorporate light. Penny’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and abroad, including recently at the Cal Poly Pomona exhibit Ink & Clay, where her work, el matrimonio de Archimedes, won the University President’s Purchase award.
Other recent exhibition venues for Penny’s artwork also include ARC gallery in San Francisco, Skylight Gallery in New York, Gallery 825 in Los Angeles, Lalit Kala Akademi in New Delhi, India, Cali, Medellin, and Manizales, Columbia, as well as Quilmes, Argentina.
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