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Image by Nadine Levin Awarded First Place by SSF Cultural Arts Commission

Ellen Gilkerson | Published on 2/6/2023

Abundance of Bubbles, an image by PACC member Nadine Levin, has been awarded First Place (overall) in the City of South San Francisco Cultural Arts Commission’s first art gallery show of 2023, Abundance: A Two-Dimensional Art Show.


The Cultural Arts Commission asked:  What is the meaning of abundance in life?  What does abundance mean to you?  Health, knowledge, energy, sorrow, imagination, career, family, quiet, wealth, colors, understanding. resources, friends, ambition, food, peace, experiences, happiness, creativity, patience, nature, opportunity, success, achievements…  This juried exhibition features two-dimensional works that include painting, photography, drawing, collage, and digital art.


The exhibition took place January 27-28.  Winning images will be shown at the SSF Municipal Services Building and online February 6-28.  The URL of the virtual exhibition is not yet available.

About this charming image, Nadine says:  This image was made at the Burlingame Farmers Market during the summer.  I was caught by the abundance of bubbles and how the bubbles were interacting with people around them. 


Nadine recommends that club members consider local calls for entries.

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Nadine Levin:  Abundance of Bubbles

The South San Francisco Cultural Arts Commission supports, promotes and protects community interest and diversity in art, culture and creative expression. 





South San Francisco Cultural Arts Commission

  SSF Municipal Services Building

  33 Arroyo Drive

  South San Francisco, CA 94080


Abundance: A Two-Dimensional Art Show: