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1337 Gallery • Past

abstraction postcardThe Art of Abstraction

June 9–July 28, 2017
Receptions: June 9, 5-8pm + July 14, 5-8pm

Featuring: Janice Best, William Binzen, James Cooper, Rene Dayan-Whitehead, Cathleen Evangelista, Alex Friedman, Georgia Gibbs, Tina Green, Victoria Heilweil, Nicholas Hullibarger, Stephen Kane, Connie Kirk, Geneviève L'Heureux, Ellen Leo, Toni Littlejohn, Sherrie Lovler, Mimi Makowsky, Sanda Manuila, Cindy Ostroff, Phyllis Pacin, Cindy Pavlinac, Margaret Realica, Margo Reis, Holly Savas, Jeffrey Sully, Vera Tchikovani, Vaidis Valaitis, Leslie Patterson Werner, Tyler Wilkins, Kathryn Wills


Juror: Toni Littlejohn, artist and Board President, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes California. galleryrouteone.org


Images: After the Apple © Sanda Manuila (top left); Flow #6 (Cloudscape) © Stephen Kane (top 2nd); Soaring II © Rene Dayan-Whitehead (top 3rd); Velo © Mimi Makowsky (top right);The Spaces In Between © Georgia Gibbs (bottom left); Spatial Binary Five B © Nicholas Hullibarger (bottom 2nd); Flow: Seafoam © Alex Friedman (bottom 3rd); Lucci I © Tina Green (bottom right).

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Paper as Voice

April 21–June 2, 2017
Reception: May 12, 5-8pm

Paper as Voice showcases artwork by 29 Bay Area artists using innovative techniques, concepts, and compositions to feature paper as the prominent "voice" of their work.

Featuring:  Juline Beier, Linda Belden, Carol Brighton, Janine Brown, Eleanor Coppola, Kenna Doeringer, Deborah Friedman, Deb Hayden, Susan Hersey, Cynthia Jensen, Giselle Kappus, Kathryn Kenworth, Goran Konjevod, Bonnie Kuhr, Marcia Lavine, Diana Marto, Lucia Matzger, Gretchen Jane Mentzer, Kristin Meuser, Judy O’Shea, Barbara Poole, Bruce Schauble, Sharyn Sears, Young Shin, Augusta Talbot, Jude Vasconcellos, Katherine Warinner, Sue Weil, Susan Zimmerman

Juror:  Judy O'Shea is an internationally exhibiting artist who focuses on large-scale paper installations in challenging locations. judyoshea.com 

Images: Reaching Out © 2017 Juline Beier, paper, thread, beeswax, 9" x 9" x 8" (left top); Moment by Moment 7 © 2016 Janine Brown, sewn raffia and ink on mitsumata, 7" x 10" (left bottom); Phyllotaxis 2 © 2017 Katherine Warinner, embossed monotype on paper, 36" x 36" (right top); Untitled 11 © 2017 Goran Konjevod, folded paper, 10" x 12" x 12" (right middle); Alice in Wonderland © 2015 Kenna Doeringer, paper and mixed media, 8" x 12" x 12" (right bottom).]

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Doubledroop © 2016 Nathan Lynch, burned cedar, 68" x 68" x 12" 

Meine Em-To Round A Course Remnant

To Round A Course Remnant © Em Meine, ink on paper, 6" x 8"

Asleep in the Tanning Bed

Nathan Lynch and Em Meine 

March 3–April 14, 2017
Receptions: March 10, 5-8pm + April 14, 5-8pm

Nathan Lynch statement:

Working in fired clay and wood I started making three-dimensional abstract representations of events. Then I manipulated those events and gave them bends and shadows to articulate the way that the history of an event is told, or stories are relayed. As if accumulating another layer, the story changes over time with emphasizing, forgetting and retelling. The history of an event becomes a collection of half-truths and partial views. Consider the news. There can be a strong dissonance between what actually happened and what is told/experienced/retold/represented/read. As I worked I was thinking about personal, cultural and political conflicts and the benefit of adopting a generous allowance for differences.  But that thinking took place during the last presidency when multiple points of view made sense. www.nathanlynch.com 
Nathan Lynch is represented by Rena Bransten Projects renabranstengallery.com 

Em Meine statement:

A constellation contained on a piece of paper, a vessel with no point of entry, a map that's also a sculpture turned back upon itself - these drawings represent things that aren't real, or can't be. The work addresses containment and confining - layered webs, tethered stars, and closed circuits. Each drawing is a contained thought - self-sufficient, but perhaps better understood in the context of a sea of other thoughts, where ideas can respond to and communicate with one another. www.emmeine.com 

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Small Works Exhibition

November 18—December 23, 2016
Reception: December 9, 5–8pm

The annual Small Works Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to find 
affordable, quality artwork for the holiday gift-giving season.

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Juror: Leigh Vogen, Director of Retail at Cavallo Point Lodge, since 2009 overseeing the Mercantile & Art Gallery. We feature contemporary photography by local Bay Area photographers.  www.cavallopoint.com/art-gallery 

Featuring:
Melissa Adkison, Jose Maro Alvarado, Nancy Bardach, Annie Bates-Winship, Juline Beier, Deborah Bertola, Tim Brody, Beverly Brown, Dan Caven, John Cobb, Laura Culver, Germaine De Luca, Joseph Demaree, Sam Fleeger, Kadi Franson, Adam Gerlach, Wendy Goldberg, Ellen Gust, Tana Hakanson, Joanne Harwood, Ayris Hatton, Robert Hersey, Stephen Kane, Ann Langston, Linda Lieberman, Dulce MacLeod, Barbara McLain, Carol Myer, Patricia Oji, Cindy Ostroff, Marianne Owens, Cindy Pavlinac, Alan Plisskin, Barbara Poole, Heather Rosmarin  DJSears, Rita Sklar, Kalie Standish, Ann Switzer, Deanna Taubman, Victoria Veedell, Sue Weil, Linda Yoshizawa, Carlos Zamora

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Musical

August 12–September 16, 2016
Receptions: August 12, 5-8pm + September 9, 5-8pm

Musical aims to showcase artwork relating to the art of music through subject matter, medium, or composition. 

Featuring: Jizell Albright , Brandin Barón, Nancy Bardach, Juline Beier, Ruth Brophy,  Zwanda Cook, Joyce Creswell, Srimongkol Darawali, Joeann Edmonds-Matthew, Virginia Fauvre, Sam Fleeger, Ayris Hatton, Cindy Hawkins, Dennis Hearne, Bao Hoang, Rose Kelly, Debbie Patrick, Piro Patton, Susan Press, Margo Reis, Sandra Rubin, Michael Ruiz, Millicent Tomkins, Jack Weaver, Sue Weil

Jurors:  Donna Seager and Paul Liberatore:  Donna Seager is the co-owner of Seager/Gray Gallery, Mill Valley California,  seagergray.com. Paul Liberatore is a well-known writer who reviews music and pop culture for the Marin Independent Journal, his own blog page, paulliberatore.blogspot.com, and many other publications.

Images: Mayor Mitch Polzak of the Royal Deuces © 2016 Dennis Hearne (left column top); Ponte Concerto © 2015 Jack Weaver (left column bottom); G Minor © 2014 Nancy Bardach (2nd column top); Adagio © 2016 Virginia Fauvre (2nd column middle); The Cellist © 2008 Bao Hoang (2nd & right column bottom); Blue Notes © 2016 Debbie Patrick (right column top); Yesterdays © 2016 Juline Beier (right column middle).

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 Sky Chart © 2016 Raylene Gorum, vinyl and acrylic, 48"x48"

Phases

A survey of works by Raylene Gorum

June 24–August 5,2016
Reception: July 8, 5-8pm
Artist Talk: Saturday July 23, 11am

Phases is a contemplation on the various passages of time featuring a survey of recent work by Raylene Gorum. Using a variety of pattern sources such as topography, climate patterns, celestial movements, and Islamic tessellations; Gorum creates temporal works, which interact with the immediate space. The exhibition includes book publications; wearable concept art (mathy bling); a 40' long street-facing installation; map based works created in vinyl, acrylic, and mirrors; and a peek into her sketchbooks and process.

Artist Bio
Raylene Gorum is a Bay Area based artist who works primarily with intricately cut vinyl and tape to create installations and flat work that blur spatial boundaries through the use of reflective and transparent materials.

She has a Bachelors of Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and through the Ecole d'Architecture in Paris. She also studied Experimental Printmaking at Central St. Martins while living in London.

Her works have been exhibited in San Francisco, New York, London, Milan, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Taipei, and Brazil and included in lots for auction at the Whitney Art Party and Phillips du Pury. Her largest installation to date occupied 165' x 16' of window across the street from MOMA NY on 53rd Street.

She recently relocated to California and bought a houseboat in Sausalito after selling a popular singing bar, Baby Grand, that she designed, owned and operated in Soho, NYC.

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April 29–June 17,2016
Receptions: May 13, 5-8pm + June 10, 5-8pm

Juror: Julie Zener
art dealer, curator, artist manager, and gallery owner, Zener Schon Contemporary Art, Mill Valley California

Marin Contemporaryshowcases Marin County artists who demonstrate unique and cutting edge applications of medium, composition, subject matter, and palette. The selections embody a diverse assortment of contemporary art that pertain to our modern day environment.

Featuring: Diane Amil, Ilene Avery, Joeann Edmonds-Matthew, Virginia Fauvre, Victoria Fernandez, Roy Forest, Enrique Goldenberg, Brian Huber, Colleen Joyce, Stephanie Jucker, Betsy Kellas, Patricia Leeds, Martin Lesinski, Carol A. Levy, Stela Mandel, Richard Moquin, Lara Myers, Cindy Ostroff, Cayen Robertson, Susan Searway-Fertig, Karen Theisen, Vaidis Valaitis, Katherine Warinner, Sue Weil, Kate Zimmer

Images: Lightshow © 2015 Cindy Ostroff (left column top); Pulled from the Fire © 2015 Stephanie Jucker (left column middle); Red Petal © 2016 Kate Zimmer (left column bottom); Adverse Reactions To Cymbalta Include: aeiou and sometimes y © 2015 Lara Myers (2nd column); Flag RWB © 2015 Stela Mandel (3rd column top); Atachafalaya © 2015 Brian Huber (3rd column middle); At Sea © 2016 Carol A. Levy (3rd column bottom); Urban Thoughts: Breaking In/Breaking Out © 2013 Richard Moquin (4th column top); Life's Complexities (San Anselmo creek) © 2013 Victoria Fernandez (4th column middle); Vino's Individuality II © 2015 Susan Searway-Fertig (4th column bottom); Circles © 2013 Enrique Goldenberg (right column top); Kellas.Diptych 2 © 2014 Betsy Kellas (right column bottom).

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Images: Saint Mary's - Abstract © 2015 Ryan Brignoni (left column top); Fortress © 2015 Sue Weil (left column middle); Abstract Digital Surface © 2016 Mahsa Vanaki (left column bottom); Escher Town © 2010 Suzanne Bean (center column top); Structures in a Floating World © 2016 Patricia Oji (center column middle); Pierce Ranch Triptych © 2015 Barbara Lawrence (center column bottom); Contrast © 2012 Debra Bibel (right column top); On My Way Home © 2014 Sandra McHenry (right column bottom).

Architecture

March 4–April 22, 2016
Receptions: March 11, 5–8pm + April 8, 5–8pm

Juror:  Erick Moreau, architect, artist, president of Art Works Downtown

Like art, the practice of architecture deals with the balance of materials, decisions, and light to design form, function, and space. The artwork in this exhibition offer a dialogue about these dynamics as well as a variety of expressions, imaginations, and celebrations relating to architecture.

Featuring:

Barry Beach, Suzanne Bean, Debra Jan Bibel, Ryan Brignoni, Beverly Brown, Mary Ciofalo, Victoria Fernandez, Raylene Gorum, Robert Hersey, Barbara Lawrence, Lisa Levine, Oleg Lobykin, Michael Manente, Sandra McHenry, Patricia Oji, Alan Plisskin, Mahsa Vanaki, Sue Weil, Keith Wilson, Carlos Zamora

Climate Change

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Images: Salmon © A. Gaul Culley (left column top); King Tide at Crab Cove © 2013 Ron Rothbart (left column middle); Beth Terry © 2013 Tess Felix (left column bottom); Coywolf © 2014 Ellen Litwiller (2nd column top); Continuum © 2007 Lawrence LaBianca (2nd column middle); Canaries & Elephants 6–Oil & Ice © 2011 Vicki Gunter (2nd column bottom); Legacy © 2011 Constance Anderson (right column top); Byte-cycle © 2014 Angela Gonzalez (right column middle); Chulas Fronteras © 2015 Pamela Blotner and Elizabeth Addison (right column bottom).

January 8–February 26,2016
Receptions: January 8, 5–8pm + February 12, 5–8pm

Description of Theme:
Climate Change exhibition aims to inspire stewardship of the planet by showcasing artists' visions of adaptation and responses to our changing environment.

Featuring: 
Constance Anderson, Janice Best, Pamela Blotner and Elizabeth Addison, Marvin Burke, Norlynne Coar, Joyce Creswell, 
A. Gaul Culley, Denise Deleray, Eden V. Evans, Tess Felix, Susan Galleymore, Anne Garden, Angela Gonzalez, Vicki Gunter, Jamil Hellu, Cynthia Jensen, Bonnie Kuhr, Lawrence LaBianca, Ellen Litwiller, Kara Maria, Lara Myers, Elise Odom, Barbara Poole, Marcia Poole, Ron Rothbart, Rita Sklar, Lorraine Weglarz, Ama Wertz

Juror’s Statement
Art Works Downtown’s exhibition Climate Change brings a propitiously timed show to the San Rafael community. Artists depict the subject of climate change in a visual dialogue introducing viewers to the complexities that people, governments and societies face when envisioning Climate Change. Climate change within the Anthropocene epoch is based on human activities that generate anthropogenic, greenhouse gases, distinct from the greenhouse gases naturally present in the atmosphere. These emissions alter the atmosphere's composition, causing the “increased greenhouse effect that is leading to global warming.” The exhibition explores issues that led up to it and what it means to adapt to Climate Change. In December 12, 2015, 195 countries signed an historic global climate agreement in Paris, France. Artists instinctively captured the range of topics nations addressed at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, such as global warming, extinction, migration, mitigation, and adaptation. We experience in this diverse exhibition how artists are wrestling with and interpreting the vast array of complex climate change topics such as environmental ecosystems at risk, commentary on the political-economic players, and highly intrapersonal struggles humans experience. We see through these selected works the power of art to communicate on a truly visceral level. Artists approach these topics from many angles through work that is literal, abstract, expressive, or refined. Art Works Downtown offers a new platform for artists to lead the community in an exploration of the local, as well as the global, implications of climate change, providing potential for hope and peril. Through these selected works, we hope to inspire the audience to engage in discussion, both at the exhibition and in their daily lives, to educate themselves and be empowered to make a difference.

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November 20—December 31,2015
Reception: December 11, 5–8pm

Juror: JD Beltran is a conceptual artist, filmmaker, and writer whose artwork has screened and exhibited nationally and internationally receiving reviews in the New York TimesArt in AmericaArtNews, and many other notable publications. She writes a blog column for SFGate.com, the online edition of the San Francisco Chronicle, and is faculty in the New Genres, Film, Interdisciplinary Studies, Critical Studies, and Urban Studies Programs at the San Francisco Art Institute. JD Beltran is also the President of the San Francisco Arts Commission.

The annual Small Works Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to find affordable, 
quality artwork for the holiday gift-giving season.

Fire and Water • Juried Exhibition

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September 25—November 13, 2015
Receptions: 
Otober 9, 5-8pm + November 13, 5–8pm

Juror:Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray 
of Seager / Gray Gallery, Mill Valley California • www.seagergray.com 

Featuring: 

Barbara Aliza, Douglas Andelin, Alexis Arnold, Marie Bergstedt, Kevin Brown, Shanna Bruschi, Carol Dalton, Suzanne Engelberg, Carol Fregoso, Alex Friedman, Janey Fritsche, Wendy Goldberg, Deborah Hayner, Douglas Heine, Robert Hersey, Mary Huntsman, Ronnie Hutton, Cynthia Jensen, Stephanie Jucker, Judith Klausenstock, Diana Lee, Mary Ann Leff, Linda Lieberman, Cathy Locke, Raewyn McMains, Merry Meier, Barbara Milman, Dawn Nakashima, Will Noble, Lynda Nugent, Cecily O'Connor, Patricia Oji, Christopher Olsen, Susan Press, Victoria Reynolds, Kay Russell, Marie Van Elder, Jonah Ward, Michael Welch 

Beltran Minneman Cinema Snowglobe 5x7

Cinema Snowglobe © 2015 JD Beltran and Scott Minneman, glass sphere with fluid, snow, film, custom electronics and circuitscustom software and hardware, glass globe, film and video, custom display, 2.5” x 2.5” x 2.5”
 duration variable URL https://vimeo.com/100673189 
For more information on the Cinema Snowglobe, see cinemasnowglobes.com.

Technological Mediations

July 31—September 18, 2015
Receptions: August 14, 5-8pm
+ September 11, 5–8pm

Curator's Talk: August 29, 11am

Technology has fundamentally changed how we experience the world. It mediates our sense of place, our identity, our relationships and communities. The artists in Technological Mediations use technology to discuss our mediated lives in the digital age.

Curated by Victoria Mara Heilweil
Photographic Artist / Curator / Educator
www.victoriaheilweil.com 

Featuring: JD Beltran and Scott Minneman, Ryan Berkey, Jim Campbell, Craig Dorety, Mitra Fabian, Peter Foucault, Charles Gadeken, Victoria Heilweil and Phil Spitler, Scott Kildall, Jenny Odell, Penny Olson, and Tim Thompson and Paul Sable Snibbe

Jim Campbell's works are exhibited courtesy of the artist and Hosfelt Gallery.
Craig Dorety's works are exhibited courtesy of Johansson Projects.

Penny Olson's works are exhibited courtesy of Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.

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The Art of Rock Legends

June 12—July 24, 2015
Receptions: June 12, 5-8pm + July 10, 5-8pm

The Art of Rock Legends benefit exhibition features artwork by such iconic '60s musicians, artists, and photographers as Jerry Garcia, Carlos Santana, Janis Joplin, Dave Getz, Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Jimi Hendrix, Joan Baez, George Frayne (Commander Cody), Peter Max, Stanley Mouse, Graham Nash, Baron Wolman, and many others.

The Art of Rock Legends is the opening event of San Rafael Rocks, a multi-faceted, multi-partner rock 'n' roll art, film, and music celebration with proceeds benefitting DrawBridge, a Bay Area arts program for homeless children, and California Film Institute Education, which provides creative film programs for Bay Area students.

Exhibition curated by Bruce Burtch

The Art of Rock Legends  Preview Party, Friday, June 12 from 5-8pm, will be open to the public as part of Art Works Downtown 2nd Friday Art Walk.

For more information, visit www.sanrafaelrocks.com 

Note:  Pricing for the events of San Rafael Rocks ranges from free (The Art of Rock Legends and San Rafael Rocks Block Party) to various ticket prices for events at the Smith Rafael Film Center and the Fenix musical tribute to Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders, Sr.

Richard and Martha Shaw Table with Unfinished Painting

Painters Table with Unfinished Painting © 2015 Richard and Martha Shaw, ceramic, 37" x 20" x 15"
Photography by Alice Shaw

Richard Shaw

April 24—June 5, 2015
Reception: May 8, 5-8pm

In the world of contemporary ceramics, Richard Shaw is the master of trompe l’oeil sculpture. He has developed an astonishing array of techniques, including perfectly cast porcelain objects and overglaze transfer decals. By combining the commonplace with the whimsical, the humorous with the mundane, Shaw captures the poetic and the surreal with the sensibility of a comedian.

Art Works Downtown is honored to exhibit the work of master artist Richard Shaw. This special exhibit features collaborative works with painter Martha Shaw plus new work which has never been publicly exhibited. Thanks to Gallery Paule Anglim and B. Sakata Goro for their support of this exhibit.

www.richardshawart.com

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Defenestration Day © 2013 Jessica Hess, gouache on paper, 22" x 30"


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March 6—April 17, 2015
Receptions: 
March 13, 5-8pm + April 10, 5-8pm

Art Talk: March 28 • 11am
with gallery owner Ken Harman 
and artist Jessica Hess

Jessica Hess is a San Francisco–based artist whose focus lies primarily in photorealist painting. Hess's depictions of the urban landscape both celebrate and document the art of graffiti through a fine art lens of oil paintings on canvas and gouache paintings on paper. This career-spanning survey also includes hand-painted ceramics produced in conjunction with longtime collaborator Christa Assad.

Jessica Hess: www.jessicahess.com 

Hashimoto Contemporary: www.hashimotocontemporary.com

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Juried Exhibition

January 9—February 27, 2015
Reception:January 9, 5–8pm + February 13, 5–8pm

Juror: 
Richard Elliott is an Associate Professor and former Chair in the Textiles program at California College of the Arts in Oakland. Elliott has lectured, juried and curated several exhibitions and was a recipient of a California Arts Council Artist-in-Residency grant. His work is in private and corporate collections including the State Department of Health Services.

Featuring:
Juline Beier, Deborah Corsini, Susan Doyle, Katy Drury Anderson, Carol Durham, Emily Dvorin, Julie Garner, Jaya Griscom, Susan Helmer, Nancy Knoles, Kelsey Leib, Lucia Matzger, Topaze Moore, Chris Motley, Jennifer Pellman, Barbara Poole, Liz Robb, Carol Lee Shanks, L. Susan Stark, Joy Stocksdale, Myrna Tatar, Susie Taylor, Vanessa Wimmer


Images: Green Mountain © 2014 L. Susan Stark, silk dupioni and organza (top left); Cycle of Life © 2013 Susan Doyle, fiber (top right); Curves © 2013 Kelsey Leib, woven and knitted monofilament (bottom left); Reds © 2014 Chris Motley, knit wool, fulled and sewn (bottom middle-left); Urban Ephemeral © 2013 Emily Dvorin, oxygen tubing, acupuncture needle holders, cable ties (bottom middle-right); Scintillating Scotoma © 2012 Deborah Corsini, linen wedge weave (bottom right).

Small Works Exhibit 2014 - Juried Exhibition


November 21, 2014—January 2, 2015
Reception: December 12, 5-8pm

Juror: Alan Bamberger is an art consultant, advisor, author, appraiser and principal of the website artbusiness.com.  He has written three books and numerous articles about how the art world works, has photographed and reviewed thousands of art openings and events mainly in San Francisco and the Bay Area, and has consulted and advised numerous artists on all aspects of their art and careers.

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Featuring:
Jack Androvich, Art by Bebe, Ned Axthelm, Marsha Balian, Kate Barrengos, Suzanne Bean, Ashley Bell, Nanette Biers, Tim Brody, Ann Brooks, Kevin Brown, Dan Caven, Yu Jean Choi, Audra Cobelis, Sandra Cohn, Lynn Dee, Mary DeShaw, Yuksel Dinccag, Melinda diSessa, Joeann Edmonds-Matthew, Virginia Fauvre, Beth Goldberg, Rinat Goren, Stuart Gourlay,Joanne Harwood, Jeanne Hauser, Isabel Hayes, Robert Hersey, Beri Ketema, Judith Klausenstock, Ann Langston, Diana Lee, Linda Lieberman, Alec MacLeod, Liz Mamorsky, Barbara McLain, Catherine Merrill, Natalie Nesser, Julie Nunes, Marianne Owens, Manisha Patel, Barbara Poole, Benito Rangel de Maria, Kay Russell, Gil Sambrano, Holly Savas, Francesca Saveri, Francis Snyder, Kashyap Thakor, Monica Umana, Vaidis Valaitis, Mary Valente, Michael Welch, Kathleen White, Liz Wiener, Laura Williams, Tony Williams, Charlie Wingo, Melissa Woodburn, June Yokell, Linda Yoshizawa, Kate Zimmer

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Sculpture as Metaphor • Jurried Exhibition

October 3—November 14, 2014
Receptions: October 10, 5-8pm + November 14, 5-8pm

Juror: 
Bella Feldman, award-winning artist and former professor of sculpture, California College of Arts and Crafts

Featuring:

Barbara Andino-Stevenson, Marie Bergstedt, Sandra Cohn, Arthur Comings, Ralph Davies, Susan Fiori, Sam Fleeger, Marianna Goodheart, Vicki Gunter, Sheila Halligan-Waltz, Mary Huntsman, Oleg Lobykin, Tina Marie, Brian Martinelli, Lorenzo Mills, Tom Montan, Kathy Pallie, Anne Pinkowski, Biagio Scarpello, Ceevah Sobel, Derek Springer, L. Susan Stark, Nelcy Tarics, Mark Thomas, Eike Waltz

Front Images: Halcyon © 2014 Mary Huntsman (top left); Metamorphosis © 2014 Barbara Andino-Stevenson (top middle); Burning Vacillation © 2014 Mark Thomas (top right); A Delicate Balance © 2014 Sandra Cohn (bottom left); Convey © 2013 Biagio Scarpello (bottom right)

Carol A. Levy
Delicate Balances
Paintings, Drawings, and Monotypes

August 1—September 19, 2014
Receptions: August 8, 5-8pm + September 12, 5-8pm

Curated by: 
Marianna Goodheart and Stan Gibbs

 

Bay Moon © Patricia Payne, etching, 14" x 12”Printing the Bay Area

June 13—July 25, 2014
Receptions: June 13, 5-8pm + July 11, 5-8pm

Juror: Tom Killion, NorCal Landscape Printmaker and Book Artist

Featuring:
Vicky Chen, Lynn Curtis, Shari DeBoer, William Ericson, Monica Farrar, Rich Fowler, Joan Karissa Gallego, Zachary Gilmour, Stephanie Jucker, Tom Killion, Linda Lieberman, Kent Manske, Gail Morrison, Patricia Payne, Barbara Poole, Colin Teague, Deirdre Weinberg

Cutting on the cutting edge of contemporary culture; squeezing ink where the waters of California squeeze between hills and mountains; cranking and pressing the images of this fleeting moment on the edge of the infinite sea. Bay Area printmakers make it their own way, but weave their work together in the brilliant light of this beautiful place and time. 
- Tom Killion, 2014

Shelter - Juried Exhibition

April 25—June 6, 2014
Reception: May 9, 5-8pm

Juror: Catharine Clark

Owner/Director of Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco

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The Hell Brewers

March 7—April 18, 2014
Receptions: 
March 14, 5-8pm + April 11, 5-8pm
Artist Talk: March 29, 11am

A Peek Into the Weird World of 
Dr. Flotsam 
and His Carny Clan

The art of Mike Shine and friends with special music guest, Beso Negro.

Featuring Helen Bayly, Joe Bender, John Butler, Ben Clarke, Colin Day, Blair Tom, and Calvin Wong

Including Mike Bennett, Jake Cortez, Spencer Cunningham, Kim Dittrich, Jonah Elias, Leonardo Ferlinghetti, Maxx Moore, Kyla Neugebauer, Cooper Shine, Riley Shine, Sawyer Shine, and Oliver Whitcroft

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January 10—February 28, 2014
Receptions: January 10, 5-8pm + February 14, 5-8pm

Curated by Stan Gibbs + Linda Samuels

Small Works Show

November 29, 2013–January 3, 2014
Reception: December 13, 5-8pm

Juror: Holly Blake, Residency Manager,
Headlands Center for the Arts

Bob Nugent: Dialogues with Nature  Aparados da Serra, 2012, watercolor, gouache, charcoal, pencil on linen, 50" x 70"www.nugentandcompany.com

  • October 25 - November 22, 2013
  • Opening Reception: November 8, 2013 • 5–8pm
  • Curated by: Satri Pencak, M.A.  www.satripencak.com

Memento Mori

  • August 30 - October 11, 2013
  • Reception: September 13, 2013 
    + October 11, 2013 • 5–8pm 
  • Curator - Stephanie Jucker

Art Talk "Art and Public Space" with Eddie Colla + D Young V

  • September 21 • Noon

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Transitions


 Photography-Based Imagery + Alternative Processes + Traditional Materials + Film + Digital

July 12 - August 23, 2013
in 1337 Gallery

Reception: July 12, 5 – 8pm
2nd Reception: August 9  5 – 8pm

Juror: Thom Sempere Executive Director, PhotoAlliance & Educator www.photoalliance.org

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an exhibition at art works downtown • a juried art show

may 24 - july 5, 2013
in the 1337 Gallery

opening reception: june 14 • 5 - 8pm

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OPEN SPACE • SACRED GROUND

March 29 - May 17, 2013
in the 1337 Gallery

opening reception: April 12 • 5 - 8pm
second reception: May 10 • 5 - 8pm

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Kay Russell • Patricia Ancona • Claudia Tarantino

January 25 - March 22, 2013
in the 1337 Gallery

opening reception:  Feb 8 • 5 - 8pm
2nd reception:  March 8 • 5 - 8pm

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Art on the Farm


Building-wide fundraising exhibit for Marin Organic

November 30, 2012 - January 17, 2013
in the 1337 Gallery

opening reception:  Dececember 14, 2013  5 - 8pm
2nd reception:  January 11 5 - 8pm

Land & Form
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Davis Perkins & Aiko Morioka

October 5 - November 16, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

RECEPTION: Friday October 12 5-8pm
2nd reception: Friday November 9 5-8pm

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Organic Intentions

Mari Andrews
Mary Button Durrell
Patricia Lyons Stroud

August 10 - September 28, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

dynamic sculptural installations by 3 Bay Area artists

Still LifesStillLifes_cardFRONT

Juried by Rab Terry + Jennifer Farris

June 29 - August 3, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

Surface DesignSurfaceDesign

an art exhibit curated by Virginia Breier

May 4 - June 22, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

 

The ElementsElements

juried by Maria Medua
director of SFMOMA Artists Gallery

March 9 - April 27, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

Lightscape/Darkscape: Kala ArtistsKALA_postcard_front  

curated by Andrea Voinot

January 13 - March 2, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

 



AWD Small Works ShowSmallWork

AWD's annual holiday exhibit featuring affordable art by 85+ artists

November 18, 2011 - January 6, 2012
in the 1337 Gallery

 

 

 

 

Dia de los MuertosDayofDead300

Day of the Dead altar exhibit

September 30 - November 11, 2011
in the 1337 Gallery

 

Baulines Craft GuildBCG-cropped

Material at Play: New Master Works

August 12 - September 23, 2011
in the 1337 Gallery

 

Clay & BeyondClay+Beyond

curated by Carol Durham and Dianne Romaine
 
Lauren Ari, Carol Fregoso, Gregg Jabs, Margaret Moster + Tebby George

June 24 - August 5, 2011
in the 1337 Gallery

Love + PleasureLPmedium

the art of Susan Danis + Livia Stein

April 29 - June 17, 2011
in the 1337 Gallery

RefunkifiedMFreemanPostcard300

recycled art by Martin Freeman
a collaboration with Visual Aid

March 3 - April 23, 2011
in the 1337 Gallery

 

Edythe BresnahanEBresnahanPostcard150

A selection of paintings by Edythe Bresnahan,
former chair of the Art Department at Dominican University of California

January 13 - February 25, 2011

AWD Small WorksAWD-small-works

featuring 85+ small works priced for the holidays

November 18, 2010 - January 7, 2011

 

new-avenues-digital-show

an exhibit of digitally influenced art

September 23 - November 12

 

 

RSS_Postcard_web300American Peasantry: Life and Labor in the Fields of California

A Photographic History by Richard Steven Street

August 5 - September 18, 2010

Realm of Dreamsrealm-of-dreams-postcard

a collaborative exhibit by Phyllis Thelen + Barbara Andino-Stevenson

June 10 - July 30

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