Irvine, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/28/2014 -- Opening reception was Feb. 1 and over 5,000 people attended the three-hour evening opening. The exhibit runs through March 22 and everyone is welcome to view the non-juried exhibition with many of the pieces for sale. The hours at the Huntington Beach Art Center Gallery are as follows: Tuesday-Thursday from 12-8 p.m., Friday from 12-6 p.m. and Saturday from 12-5 p.m.
Each artist could enter two pieces of work.Dr. Stone's two works are digital paintings. The first one is titled Sweet Spot, a 16x20 fine art digital print and the second one is called First Cause, a 18x24 fine art digital print. Both paintings are printed on fine art paper and then mounted on a black frame with a clear Lucite facing. Dr. Stone says, “I allow the viewer to figure out what I’m trying to convey, as they both are spiritual pieces.” Following the exhibit, the pieces will be located in Dr. Stone's office for viewing.
Dr. Frank Stone has been honored to be named as one of Coast Magazine's Top Dentists for several years. He was nominated and voted as a top dentist by his peers in the dental field. Dr. Stone’s artistic abilities not only come through in the smiles he creates, but also in the sculptures and paintings he creates. This self-taught, artistic passion began with one to two inch sculptures and has now evolved into larger creations and paintings. Dr. Stone has more than forty years of experience in restorative and esthetic dentistry for adults. He is a multiple-time international smile gallery award winner. Dr. Stone’s works of gem sculpture and digital painting have won him acclaim. Dr. Stone comments, “I continue to artistically express myself daily, in my office by enhancing and rejuvenating smiles through esthetic and bio-esthetic dentistry; and outside the office with photography, sculpture and digital painting.”
About The Huntington Beach Art Center
The Huntington Beach Art Center is a community arts and cultural center serving Huntington Beach and the Southern California region. The Center presents the works of artists producing in all media. Through exhibitions, performances, film/video screenings, lectures and educational programming, the HBAC serves to advance public awareness and understanding of cultural, historic, and contemporary perspectives. The HBAC creates opportunities for local, regional and national artists and the community to share in a climate of experimentation, education and experience. The Huntington Beach Art Center is a public/private partnership with the City of Huntington Beach and the Huntington Beach Art Center Foundation, a non-profit private corporation. The Art Center is operated through the City of Huntington Beach Community Services Department, Cultural Services Division. Founded in 1989, the Art Center Foundation was created to raise funds for the Art Center construction and program endowment.