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1337 Gallery • Upcoming

 
 

Color Emotion

January 12–February 23, 2018
Receptions: January 12 • 5–8pm + February 9 • 5–8pm

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Color Emotion is an exhibition about the relationship of color to emotion; featuring artworks that primarily use color to evoke, express, or contemplate emotion or the narrative.

Featuring: Sarah Ammons, Suzanne Bean, Autumn Bree, Gail Cooper, James Cooper, Kathleen Crocetti, Ryan Erler, Ellen French, Swann Freslon, Elizabeth Gignilliat, Enrique Goldenberg, Ginny Heenan, Stephanie Jucker, Connie Kirk, Ellen Leo, Suzanne Leslie, James Marc, Barbara McLain, Carol Myer, Cindy Ostroff, Margo Reis, Karen Robinson, Mitchel Rubin, Tachina Rudman-Young, Bruce Schauble, Yudith Segev, Mary Sheft, Jennifer Kim Sohn, Kathryn St. Clair, Abraham Suskind, Vaidis Valaitis, Shital Velani, Sue Weil, Judith Williams, Karin Worth, Wilma Wyss, Erin Zerega

Juror: Jeremy Morgan, Exhibiting Artist, Associate Professor of Painting at San Francisco Art Institute

Images: G. Cooper (left top); M. Sheft (left middle); M. Reis (left bottom); S. Jucker (2nd top); S. Freslon (2nd middle); Marc (2nd bottom); B. McLain (3rd top); E. Leo (3rd 1st middle); B. Schauble (3rd 2nd middle); J. Cooper (3rd bottom); C. Ostroff (4th top left); K. St. Clair (4th top right); T. Rudman-Young (4th middle); K. Crocetti (4th bottom); W. Wyss (right top); G. Heenan (right middle); K. Robinson (right bottom). 

 
 

Serena Cole

March 2–April 13, 2018
Receptions: March 9 • 5–8pm + April 13 • 5–8pm

 
 

After Nature

April 20–June 1, 2018
Reception: May 11 • 5–8pm

There is a rich history of artists working in nature and with scientific research specimens to render animals, insects, and plants in all of their diverse splendor. We are also at a point in time where nature is inseparable from human influence–we have entered the geographic footprint and forever changed ecosystems, the landscape and the climate–leaving the nonhuman life of the planet to respond and adapt or perish. This exhibition seeks to explore both a catalog of living things, and also to reflect upon the future of “natural” development in the Anthropocene Epoch, the Age of Humans. The exhibition’s title references both the tradition of still life painting and Jedediah Purdy’s 2015 book “After Nature: Politics for the Anthropocene.”

Call for Entries to be released soon.

 
 

To Be Announced

June 8—July 27, 2018
Receptions: June 8 • 5–8pm + July 13 • 5–8pm

 
 

To Be Announced

August 3–September 14, 2018
Receptions: August 10 • 5–8pm + September 14 • 5–8pm

 
 

To Be Announced

September 21–November 9, 2018
Receptions: October 12 • 5–8pm + November 9 • 5–8pm

 

Small Works Exhibition

November 16—December 22, 2018
Reception: December 14, 5–8pm

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

  • This award-winning non-profit gallery hosts six to eight exhibitions a year. Shows are juried or invitational.  How to apply  

 

 

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