GDCA is pleased to announce our January 2021 Group Exhibition,  featuring  artists 

Siri France, Jane Marshall & Martha Stevens.


JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL RECEPTION SATURDAY JANUARY 23RD AT 5PM (PST) - REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND: 

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When viewed up close, the parts of our lives may seem fragmented, but they add up to a cohesive whole. Viewed at a distance, such as time – the image it comes into focus. The ripples of distortion are quieted. Our fragmentation is healed.


When contemplating our individual circumstances, or humanity as a whole - whether examined through the allegorical lens of mythology, or distilling concrete, personal memories, trading movement and stillness like water reflections - we return to a place of unity.


Whichever our passage, we arrive at the same truth: We are not the tree – we are the forest.


Exhibition Dates: January 6th - January 31st, 2021.


Feel free to contact us anytime with questions or to arrange for a masked & socially distanced in person appointment during our temporary business hours: Wednesday through Sunday from 12noon - 5pm!! 😷

EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND!


GDCA is pleased to announce our January 2021 Retrospective Exhibition:


Cheryl Hrudka & Stan Johnson:  "Where We Were"

January 6th - January 31st, 2021 


JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL RECEPTION SATURDAY JANUARY 23RD AT 5PM (PST) - REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND:

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“Where We Were….

There is definitely an evolutionary process to being an artist. Somewhere along the line, we each picked up a camera and started taking photos of what we each thought was interesting. With each photograph we learned what we enjoyed and practiced our techniques, especially in Street Photography. With each day spent in our darkrooms, we learned the excitement of developing those photographs, as well as the art of manipulation. Eventually, we took our photographs and started manipulating them on the computer. 

Our abstracts were created, and another step in the evolution process was embraced. From using our photographs, to creating an abstraction from scratch was a logical progression. With the vast array of computer art software, we have evolved from ‘where we were’, to ‘where we are’. For each of us the evolution of our abstract images"  - Cheryl Hrudka & Stan Johnson


Feel free to contact us anytime with questions or to arrange for a masked & socially distanced in person appointment during our temporary business hours: Wednesday through Sunday from 12noon - 5pm!! 😷

Siri France


"Go and sit in a grove, or woods, with one or more of those voiceless companions..." - Walt Whitman

Martha Stevens


Martha Stevens has worked in a variety of art forms - paint, dance, theatre, education and is an award winning storyteller. For many years, she told traditional mythologies, folk and fairy tales in schools, universities, museums, prisons, and traveled to various countries telling and collecting stories. Here in Los Angeles, she was a performer with Music Center on Tour and was Workshop leader for the Music Center's Education Division. She also was invited as guest speaker to UCLA, CSUDH, CSUN, UCSF, USC, Loyola Marymount and to various Conferences around the state. She was awarded grants from the California Arts Council, FEMA, CMLEA and a FOF Grant from Denmark.


Martha started out as a painter. Her work caught some attention and encouragement for its originality. She showed in various galleries, but when she was given a grant to work in schools, she took it. That led to a long, unlooked for but successful career as Storyteller and less time to paint. Now, off the road, she is happily returning to paint.


She is a member of Los Angeles Art Assoc.

Martha Stevens, "Ariadne", Oil on Canvas, (40" x 30"). $1,500.

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Martha Stevens, "Prometheus", Oil on Canvas, (30" x 24"). $1,200.

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Martha Stevens, "Cain and Abel", Oil on Canvas, (24" x 24"). $950.

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Martha Stevens, "Triple Goddess", Oil on Canvas, (36" x 30"). $1,400.

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Martha Stevens, "Osiris and Isis", Oil on Canvas, (36" x 36"). $1,850.

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Jane Marshall 


"One warm afternoon, I photographed water moving across mosaic tiles covering the entire surface of a swimming pool.


When the light seemed just about right, the moving water appeared to fracture and reshape the pattern of mosaics creating the images found here.

Water was very much an artist working with me creating these 5 unique 'Water Portraits'. "  - Jane Marshall

Jane Marshall, "Underwater Symphony #1" - Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum, (16" x 24").  $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Water Reflects on Water, 1", (Triptych) - Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum. Panel dimensions (18" x 6")/each - overall triptych dimensions (18" x 22"). $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Water Reflects on Water, 2", (Triptych) - Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum. Panel dimensions (18" x 6")/each - overall triptych dimensions (18" x 22"). $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Water Reflects on Water, 3", (Triptych) - Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum. Panel dimensions (18" x 6")/each - overall triptych dimensions (18" x 22"). $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Indigo in Silver Mosaic" - Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum, (21" x 36"). $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Mosaic Invention, 1", (Triptych) -

Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum. Panel dimensions (18" x 6")/each - Overall triptych dimensions (18" x 22"). $1,600.


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Jane Marshall, "Mosaic Invention, 2", (Triptych) -

Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum. Panel dimensions (18" x 6")/each - Overall triptych dimensions (18" x 22"). $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Mosaic Invention, 3", (Triptych) -

Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum. Panel dimensions (18" x 6")/each - Overall triptych dimensions (18" x 22"). $1,600.

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Jane Marshall, "Underwater Symphony #2" - Water Portrait Series. Archival Photograph on Aluminum, (20" x 18"). $1,600.

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Cheryl Hrudka 


“My work is personal, poetic and lyrical. Emphasis is given to form, texture and color. Each field, the figure and the ground, is meticulously arranged for maximum effect. It is my goal to elicit a familiar and pronounced mood in each of my viewers.” - Cheryl Hrudka

Cheryl Hrudka, "The Circle" (1/3), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (32" x 96"). $6,575.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Inside The Broken Geode" (1/3), 3-Dimensional Digital Painting Construction  on Aluminum, (58" x 48"). $5,775.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Out From Center" (1/3), 3-Dimensional Digital Painting Construction on Aluminum, (57" x 70"). $8,775.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Remnants"(1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "When Waters Wash Ashore"(1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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"Nonagons" (1/3), 3-Dimensional Digital Painting Construction on Aluminum, (60" x 30"). $5,750.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Storm Brewing Somewhere" (1/3), 3-Panel Digital Painting on Aluminum, (60" x 15") / each. $5,950.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Blue Seismic I" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Blue Seismic II" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Life in the Attic" (1/3), 3-Panel Digital Painting on Aluminum, (60" x 15") / each. $5,950.

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Stanley Johnson 


“I am a structural expressionist. At first, the two concepts seem ill suited. This awkward synthesis creates a dynamic tension in my work. By alternating structure (expression) in the figure and expression (structure) in the ground, the forces at play can be reconciled.” - Stanley Johnson

Stan Johnson, "Metronome" (1/3), 3-Dimensional Digital Painting Construction on Aluminum, (60" x 48"). $5,950.

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Stan Johnson, "Watching John Wayne Walk" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (24" x 30"). $1,350.

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Stan Johnson, "Were it All Went" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (24" x 30"). $1,350.

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Stan Johnson, "Cracking A Geode" (1/3), 3-Panel Digital Painting on Aluminum, (60" x 15") / each. $5,950.

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Stan Johnson, "Archerfish" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Stan Johnson, "Humming A Baleen Ditty"(1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Stan Johnson, "Food Fight of the Hypodermic Fish" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Stan Johnson, "A Cell Phone Dreaming" (1/5), Digital Painting on Aluminum, (30" x 24"). $1,350.

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Stan Johnson, "The Cage"(1/3), 3-Panel Digital Painting on Aluminum, (60" x 15") / each. $5,950.

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Cheryl Hrudka & Stan Jonson 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Cheryl Hrudka, "Why Lie, Need A Beer" (1/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Subsidence" (1/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Chicken Fried Chicken Sandwich" (1/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Air Mattress" (1/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Louise" (1/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Mother's Hands" (1/5),  Archival Print on Aluminum, (20" x 16"). $465.

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Stan Johnson,"Skimmers"  (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Bannack" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (20" x 16"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Looking Good" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Just a Stem"(1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (20" x 16"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Doorways" (1/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (20" x 16"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Love Pink"(1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Geysir"(1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (20" x 16"). $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Indentured" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Polarity" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Happy Hour Gas" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20").  $465.

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Stan Johnson, "Dr. E. E Fry's Birthing Bed" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465. 

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Stan Johnson, "Ishtar Gate" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20").  $465.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Devil's Kettle" (2/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (20" x 40"). $945.

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Cheryl Hrudka, "Broken Fences" (2/5), Archival Photograph on aluminum, (20" x 40"). $945.

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Stan Johnson, "Accession Number" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (24" x 20"). $750.

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Stan Johnson, "When You Join The Circus" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (24" x 20"). $750.

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Stan Johnson, "Flores" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (24" x 20"). $750.

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Stan Johnson, "100 Hulahoops" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (24" x 20").  $750.

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Stan Johnson, "Libby Dam" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (24" x 20"). $750.

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Cheryl Hrudka, (1/5),  Ride Bull" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (20" x 16").  $465.

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Stan Johnson,"Untitled" (1/5), Archival Print on Aluminum, (16" x 20"). $465.

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"Promise" & Cheryl Hrudka / Stan Johnson: "Where Ee Were" - Exhibition Video

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