Thursday, June 28, 2012

Historic Orange Drawn by James Keniston

Over the weekend James and I went to a very special art opening at Copperwood Artware, a local gallery. Why was it so special, you may ask? Well, my friends, I'll tell you - it was special because James is one of the featured artists for their current exhibition, Man Made! His small-scale black and white illustrations of historic buildings in and around Orange will be displayed for the duration of the show, which happens to be from now until July 26th.

Historic Buildings of Orange by James Keniston

James with fellow artist and exhibitor Fr. Bill Moore

Joyce (my mom!), James, and Peter

Me and my cousin Paul

James and Peter

James with our friends Jon and Amanda
There are 6 painters featured, from black and white to vivid color, traditional landscape to contemporary figurative, realistic to abstract. (I know who my favorite is, but then some might say I'm a little biased...) If you're in southern California, check out Copperwood Artware and look for James's fantastic pieces!

Man Made
June 22 - July 26, 2012
Copperwood Artware
148 A N. Glassell St, Orange CA 92866
Tues - Thurs: 10:30a - 5p; Fri: 11a - 8p
Sat: 11a-4p; Sun: 12p-4p


  1. how exciting! James' illustrations look great!

    1. His work is really intricate and cool. Check out his website if you want to see more!