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Honored Finalist- Parmlee Gomez April 30, 2006 Camarillo Ranch House Camarillo, California

The Ventura County Arts Council

The Ventura County Arts Council, red carpet event, 'Art Stars Awards', Reception & Fundraiser. Honored finalist, Parmlee Gomez- Artist In Community Service Award. Devoted to Ventura's community of artists, she focuses her energies to help the Bell Arts Factory with paint banners, murals and organizing a reception for the Ventura Music Festival's Violin Exhibition.

International Collage Exhibition & Exchange, Collage/Assemblage by Parmlee Gomez

The 9th. International Collage Exhibition & Exchange, A selling exhibition will be on the Net allowing the world-wide audience the chance to buy these collages.  Artists each make 13 collages, size 8" x 10" (20cm x 26cm), and send them to New Plymouth, New Zealand.

"Intrusive Idea..." 2004, graphite on paper

Municipal Art Collection

The Muncipal Art Acquisition Committee
A sub-committee of the Public Art Commission, oversees the purchase of works in a variety of artistic media. The City Council established the Municipal Art Acquisition Program to document the history of visual art in Ventura, California through the annual purchase of important works of art created by area artists.The collection provides increased access to art of the highest quality and of distinctive merit through its display in the areas of City Hall.
Although a multi-media artist, Parmlee Gomez maintains a special connection to drawing. She says, "For me the true experience of creative expression has always been drawing; it's a preliminary to what is coming, it's immediate and more direct, which pushes me forward".  Gomez designed the first "Dancin' in the Street" poster for the City of Ventura and a commemorative poster for the dedication of the Ventura Pier. Her artworks can be found in numerous public and private collections. In addition to the many exhibitions of her work, her original drawings have been recognized by the World Business Academy, Year in Perspective, which published thirty of her drawings.

"The Time Seekers", painted cloth by Parmlee Gomez, quilted by sister, Cynthia Morgan 2006

Boulder County Fair

Stitchin' time- Quilters show off creativity at fair contest. A kaleidoscope ot colors, materials & textures all sewn together with precision and care. 'The Time Seekers', First Place,  Boulder County Fair & Livestock Show - Longmont, Colorado. "a quilt that looked as though it were made of hundreds of brightly colored pieces, all of which were actually painted on. The quilter also used several different stitching patterns to complement the design."  Designed & Painted by sister, Parmlee Gomez (California), quilted by sister, Cynthia Morgan (Colorado).

Boulder County Fair, Longmont, Colorado "The Time Seekers"

"Child of War", photograph by Parmlee Gomez 2005

Ventura Artists' Union

Bell Arts Factory

Artists' Union Gallery "The Art of Photography & the Photography of Art" San Buenaventura Artists' Union Open Competition Exhibit. Gomez, Parmlee. BELL ARTS OFF-SITE at Holguin + Fahan, Gallery Night Only.

De Colores Art Show, Collage/Assemblage by Parmlee Gomez 2006

Fandango in Santa Paula De Colores Art Group

Parmlee Gomez, a multi-media artist, she is influenced by the traditional customs & foklore style of the Spanish culture. The festive colors throughout the assemblages and collages, show enlightenment of childhood fellowship and a rich reminder of childhood treasures.   Exhibiting at the 12th Annual DE COLORES ART SHOW, Santa Paula's California Oil Museum. An important inspiration for founder, Xavier Montes, for the DE COLORES ART SHOW (art, music, dance), is the work of Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta, leaders in the farm worker civil rights movement. Xavier seeks to honor their commitment to human dignity, to recognize and celebrate this truth.