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Color & Spirit Art Show

Color & Spirit
The ALS Association – Orange
County Chapter & The Gallery
On Glassell invite you to
experience Color & Spirit,
exceptional paintings by

  • Gerard & Ashley Schoenfeld
  • Hyatt Moore
  • Ernest Lacy

February 16 – March 15, 2008
Artist Reception: Saturday,
February 16, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

The Gallery On Glassell
115 N. Glassell Street
Orange, CA 92866

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OC Register: Like Father Like Daughter


Like father, like daughter
An upcoming exhibit will show their collaborative paintings.
Sun Post News

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Happy mistakes have become a part of the creative process for Jerry and Ashley Schoenfeld's paintings.

Bound to an electric wheelchair these days, Schoenfeld will sit with his 14-year-old daughter, giving her direction as she moves a palette knife across canvas. Sometimes the technique and effects he pictures in his head are illustrated exactly by Ashley's hands. Other times it comes out differently.

"That's what makes it fun," Schoenfeld said. "Sometimes it's different, and I'll be like, 'Oh … that's better.' It came out nice. Let's keep that. It is collaboration."


GAS Art - Memory Fragments Art Show October 28 to Nov 2, 2007

GAS Art Show: Memory Fragments
October 28 - Nov 2, 2007
Wine and Cheese Reception: 3:00-5:00pm Sunday October 28
San Clemente Art Association

Jerry and Ashley are proud to announce the upcoming exhibition of their art at the San Clemente Art Association. Click on the brochure below to download it and find out more.

Please join us for the wine and cheese reception or visit any time during the week.

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GAS Art Commission

The GAS Art team recently received a commission from Michelle King Robson. Michelle has commissioned Jerry and Ashley for a painting that will represent the mission and the colors of her new health-focused internet startup -


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OC Register: Art Passes to Good Hands

Art passes to good hands

SAN CLEMENTE – He used a palette knife for maximum control. His tan fingers would grip the smooth handle; his arm would lift and – carefully – scrape it across the canvas. The spatulalike tool left behind precise horizontal bars of color – blue and green were favorites – that were a signature of Jerry Schoenfeld's paintings.
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