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Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga

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Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga

Celestial solo exhibition by Tanya Varga For the theme of this exhibition, Tanya has created various works relating to celestial bodies and phenomenon. Tanya has a strong fascination with science, astronomy and science fiction. With these passions intertwined, comes a new [...]

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INCLINATIONS by John Kurtyka

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INCLINATIONS by John Kurtyka

INCLINATIONS solo exhibition by John Kurtyka   Using evocative form and color, John Kurtyka experiments with visual metaphors. His artwork ponders and plays with some of our most serious social and psychological obstacles. A seasoned draftsman, painter, and muralist, he [...]

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States of Being by Kushlani Jayasinha

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States of Being by Kushlani Jayasinha

States of Being solo exhibition by Kushlani Jayasinha   From one perspective, there are a variety of specific influences in Jayasinha’s work: Sri Lanka; Theravada Buddhism; a civil war; Physics; an eye for beauty taught by grandparent’s mountainous blooming gardens. [...]

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What I See When I See Me Group Exhibit June – July 2014

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What I See When I See Me Group Exhibit June – July 2014

We all think we “see” artists. We see them at receptions, they’re acquaintances we see out and about at social gatherings…sometimes they become good friends. We associate them with their art, their shining faces, their creative fashion sense or their sparking personalities. But do we see them as they see themselves?

“What I See When I See Me” is an interpretative self portraiture exhibit of how these artists picture their true selves beyond the exterior shell they reside in.

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Rey Giese Exhibition Feb. 7–28, 2014

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Rey Giese Exhibition Feb. 7–28, 2014

A major exhibition of hand-painted signs by the late master of the lettering brush, spanning over 75 years of Bay Area history. In addition to Rey Giese originals, a dozen contemporary sign painters carry on the tradition with several recreations of Giese designs.

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