Shizu Saldamando is an LA-based artist who creates portraits on wood, cloth and paper; in drawings, silkscreen and print plus produces occasional installation work. Her subjects are family and friends, many who cultivate artistic practices of their own in the Latinx, punk non-mainstream arenas. Saldamando is of Japanese and Mexican heritage. Past exhibitions showcasing her work locally and nationally include group and solo shows at LACMA, the Japanese American Museum, the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago, Oxy Arts, the Charlie James Gallery and many more.
Thursday March 2nd is the opening reception for Saldamando’s “Momento” exhibit as part of her Artist in Residence for the Galleries at Pasadena City College. This event is open to the public and will take place from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.
See @shizutattoo for more information on Shizu Saldamando
See @galleries.at.pcc for more information on this exhibit, location and parking.
Saldamando’s “Momento” exhibit runs in the Boone Family Gallery in the Center for the Arts, at Pasadena City College, from March 1 – April 7, but will be closed for spring break March 6-12, and March 31.