Currently on display

  • Robert Haemmerling: Transfigurations

    Feb 18, 2018 to Apr 8, 2018 Robert Haemmerling's show Transfigurations at PMA, showcases the artist's sculpture and collage, all focused on the human form.  His large mixed-media figures utilize assemblage in order to comment satirically on humanity, while his surrealist collages incorporate strange, beautiful and funny images pulled from Western art history's Old Masters.   Read more
  • Ron Burgess

    Jan 28, 2018 to Apr 8, 2018 Ron Burgess paints acrylic abstracts in a kinetic, varied style. Stucco, resins, sand, and/or spray starch may be added to the pigments, while sponges, twine, cheesecloth, metal, and cardboard may be used to provide texture and pattern. With few exceptions, his finished paintings are filled with strong, luminous color. Burgess considers the emotional content in each of his pieces, and he relishes viewers’ reactions and responses. Burgess, a former Board Member of PMA, has shown in Peninsula, San Francisco, and Fresno galleries. Read more
  • Kim Frohsin: Cautionary Tales

    Jan 28, 2018 to Apr 8, 2018 In her Cautionary Tales show for PMA, Kim Frohsin (who jokingly refers to herself as the 'Cone Lady') depicts and interprets the hectic gentrification of San Francisco, with all its noise and dislocation, excitement and dynamism. Read more
  • Kryztzia Dabdoub

    Jan 28, 2018 to Apr 8, 2018 Kryztzia Dabdoub creates enormous textural abstracts with earthy details. She successfully evokes the elements and integrates them into her work: sand, earth, leaves and debris can all be discovered in her paintings. Dabdoub, a new Peninsula resident, has found in Northern California a fresh source of inspiration, with its bright light, crisp colors and transparency of water and wind. Dabdoub is influenced by artists like Anselm Kiefer, Adrian Pujol, Beth Allison, Jackson Pollock but also by the great works of art from the past and the bright colors in pigments and in nature. Read more

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