SCV has a world of color in its own backyard
Naomi Young looks at the art on display at the Santa Clarita Artists Association art show called Art for the Heart at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall in January. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal
By Nikolas Samuels
Sunday, January 29th, 2017

Oil paintings, sculptures, water color and almost every other kind of art were all on display Saturday during the first night of the Santa Clarita Artists Association (SCAA) art show at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall.

Around 200 works made by 25 different artists in the SCAA were all for sale for the community to bring home and admire.

“The exhibit is called Art for the Heart with Valentine’s Day coming up,” said Norma Warden, the president of SCAA.

Scott Parker points at his art piece at the Santa Clarita Artists Association art show called Art for the Heart at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall on Saturday. The exhibit will be on display through March 5. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

In the theme of Valentine’s Day, red was the prominent color of the art show as was the case for Warden’s art of the Native American Pow Wow.

Another artist was Carrie Dawn whose art is greatly inspired by the way light reflects on objects.

“I literally found the light about ten years ago,” said Dawn.

The art show will be available at the SCAA Gallery through March 5.

Norma Warden stands next to her art that’s on display at the Santa Clarita Artists Association art show called Art for the Heart at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall on Saturday. The exhibit will be on display through March 5. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

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Naomi Young looks at the art on display at the Santa Clarita Artists Association art show called Art for the Heart at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall in January. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

SCV has a world of color in its own backyard

Oil paintings, sculptures, water color and almost every other kind of art were all on display Saturday during the first night of the Santa Clarita Artists Association (SCAA) art show at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall.

Around 200 works made by 25 different artists in the SCAA were all for sale for the community to bring home and admire.

“The exhibit is called Art for the Heart with Valentine’s Day coming up,” said Norma Warden, the president of SCAA.

Scott Parker points at his art piece at the Santa Clarita Artists Association art show called Art for the Heart at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall on Saturday. The exhibit will be on display through March 5. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

In the theme of Valentine’s Day, red was the prominent color of the art show as was the case for Warden’s art of the Native American Pow Wow.

Another artist was Carrie Dawn whose art is greatly inspired by the way light reflects on objects.

“I literally found the light about ten years ago,” said Dawn.

The art show will be available at the SCAA Gallery through March 5.

Norma Warden stands next to her art that’s on display at the Santa Clarita Artists Association art show called Art for the Heart at the SCAA Gallery in Newhall on Saturday. The exhibit will be on display through March 5. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal