Annual Art Classic 2016
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Art Classic 2016 Winners
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Art Gala Tickets
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2016 Art Classic Entertaiment
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Jimmy resides in Santa Clarita and has been a freelance L.A. recording and live performance vocalist/drummer/percussionist professional since 1979. His experience covers a broad range of musical endeavors including live performing, studio recording, composition and musical direction. He also has vast experience in the sales and contracting of a wide variety of corporate and private events.
In 1996, Jimmy began a 15-year tour of live performances as the drummer for the legendary pianist Roger Williams. Jimmy played with more than 50 symphonies across the country, played with Roger at Carnegie Hall and was featured on Roger’s live recording of Pop Goes the Ivories released in 2000. Jimmy was the voice of the band, announcing for Roger and singing with the audience. It was Roger who encouraged Jimmy to pursue his vocal talents.
2016 Art Classic Judges
Mary Kay Wilson
A native Californian, Mary Kay Wilson, graduated from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA with a BA in painting. Since graduating she has worked extensively in watercolors. Her work has been in many shows including: Watercolor USA, Watercolor West Annual Juried Exhibition, Ojai Art Center Annual Watercolor Competition, Palos Verdes Art Center Juried All Media Exhibition, Pikes Peak Watercolor Society, and The Watercolor Art Society of Houston. She is a signature member of Watercolor West. In 2002 she participated in the public art project, Community of Angels, painting a life-sized fiberglass angel. Wilson was also a member of the mural team in Judy Chicago’s Envisioning the Future. Her paintings have been published in The Artist’s Source Book: 80 Watercolor Painting References. Awards include Best in Show from the "Water Works" exhibit at the Burbank Creative Art Center and First Place Award from the "National Orange Show Art Exhibition".
Julie is a world traveled oil painter, who was born and raised in Scotland. Her travels have taken her throughout Europe. For a few years, she lived on one of the islands off the coast of Spain. Now she lives in Southern California where she gives workshops and teaches in Glendale and Tujunga. Formally she was an illustrator in the advertising and motion picture industry. Julie also leads painting travel groups to various locations in Europe. She is a soughtafter artist in the Southern California figurative art scene.