Dr. Lita's work has been included as part of an exhibit featuring a select group of California artists whose work incorporates diverse approaches, media and techniques. A selection of paintings, etchings, prints, photographs, works on paper, mixed assemblage, and sculptures from accomplished artists whose ages range upward through four generations.
These include local and nationally recognized artists, including: Rebekah Altman, Rita Blitt, Chantal Braley, Jordyn Feiger, Louise Gerber, Gadi Hakim, Marilyn Hochhauser, Norman Jaffe, Rose Jaffe, Erika Kahn, Marsha Keating, Barbara Kuhn, Eyal Nahmias, Chelsea Owens, Ross Payson, Bonnie Rand, Joan Rosenberg-Dent, Maria Segal, Lita Singer, Margaret Singer, Morris Squire and Jana Zimmer.
This exhibit provided a chance to appreciate the many ways in which artists young and old, male and female, convey their essence, physicality, experience, and the role that ethnicity plays in their creative process.
Lynn Holley, curator and inspiration of the show, said, "We wanted to explore how one's cultural heritage impacts artistic expression, whether in writing, music or in the visual and performing arts. In some cases this is overt; in others, it is more subtle." This exhibition reflected the artists and art with a diversity in gender, age, subject matter and medium that maked it a compelling and creative exhibition for the greater Santa Barbara community.