Currently on display

  • Diane Komater: Wirely Thinking

    Jan 22, 2020 to Aug 30, 2020 A graduate of the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, wire artist Diane Komater has exhibited in the Bay Area and abroad for the past 20 years. Her unique wire portraits capture both the look and spirit of her subjects, resulting in a likeness unlike any other. Curated by Christina Chahal www.dianekomater.com Read more
  • Kamal Al Mansour: Art is the Weapon

    Jan 22, 2020 to Aug 30, 2020 Kamal Al Mansour creates mixed-media assemblages that examine social and political issues, especially race in America. Al Mansour’s virtuosic skills in drawing, painting, and collage, combine with his brilliant observations on complex issues to illuminate and provoke: to enlarge the viewer’s understanding of the struggles facing the great majority of us irrespective of color or race in these tempestuous, confusing times. Read more
  • Lynette Cook: Tales of the City

    Jan 22, 2020 to Aug 30, 2020 Lynette Cook crafts exquisite acrylic paintings of local urban landscapes that read as so crisply and compellingly real that at least one visitor to Andra Norris Gallery, in Burlingame, refused to believe that he was seeing a painting, not a digitally printed photograph. Cook’s modestly sized acrylics depict San Francisco buildings, often located in Chinatown, landscapes that have both visual interest and meaning for the artist, who carefully edits her photos before transferring the projected contours onto vellum and then to her gessoed canvas or panel.. Read more
  • Tor Archer: The Iconic Figure

    Jan 22, 2020 to Aug 30, 2020 The human figure in isolation has been a favorite theme of Bay Area artists since the Bay Area Figurative painters movement took expressionist facture from Abstract Expressionism but eliminated or at least de-emphasized pure abstraction. The painters Diebenkorn, Oliveira, Park and Bischoff and the sculptors Neri, Frey and de Staebler resurrected the figure from a stylistic oblivion that lasted less than decade. Read more

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