Featured artist: Lena Sayadian Art
Opening reception: Saturday, September 8, 2018 *6p-9p
September 8, 2018 - October 6, 2018
Second reception: Saturday, September 22, 2018 *4p-10p, in conjunction with the bi-annual Frogtown Artwalk 2018
Life is cyclical. A living creature is formed, it grows and reproduces, withers and dies. Within this loop there more intricate cycles where living things expand, contract, persevere and grow. From death, new life arises.
This show will explore the ideas of life, death, rebirth and growth represented with natural imagery.
Jaclyn Alderete, Pamela G Almeida, Ulla Anobile, Julie Bossinger, Lea Barozzi, Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Andrea Bogdan, Catherine Bursill Moore, Anna Chung, Nancy Cintron, Dane Eisenbart, Amy Guidry, Annette Hassell, Lori Herbst, Anita Inverarity, Patricia Krebs, Mavis Leahy, Kahla Lewis, Snow Mack, Malathip, Nichol Norman, Janet Olenik, Sarah Rose, Tania Pomales, Jen Raven, Bonnie Robinson Stewart, Joshua Roman, Valerie Savarie, Carolina Seth, Kelly Thompson, Michelle Waters, Alex Wells (Ragged Caravan), Jennifer Wildermuth-Reyes and Holly Wood
Featuring: Tom Gehrig, Carol Aust, Catherine Moore and Emily Maddigan.
Artist reception: August 2, 2018 • 6 PM – 8 PM
Exhibition runs: August 2 - September 1, 2018
In times when truth is stranger than fiction and news feels surreal, we look to art for understanding and perspective.
“The mind loves the unknown, it loves images that are unknown since the mind itself is unknown." – Rene Magritte
Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery
3620 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
Exhibition Dates: June 8–July 6, 2018
Opening Reception: June 8, 6 pm–9 pm
Modern Eden Gallery proudly presents the 6th edition of our portrait show. Baby Mama, is inspired by medieval and renaissance religious depictions of the Madonna and Child. A hand-selected lineup of top contemporary figurative artists will bring this archetype into a modern context, using present-day imagery and iconography to put a new twist on the classical icon, and interpreting Madonna and Child through the modern lens.
Daliah Ammar, Brianna Angelakis, Lacey Bryant, Laura Buss, Leilani Bustamante, Dorielle Caimi, Erica Calardo, Michael Foulkrod, Monty Guy, Primary Hughes, Sarah Joncas, Craig Larotonda, Edith Lebeau, Chris Leib, Carly Mazur, Catherine Moore, Melissa Morgan, Jaxon Northon, Bradley Platz, Christina Ridgeway, Lee Harvey Roswell, Billy Seccombe, Chris Sheridan, Ruth Speer, Ania Tomicka, Daniel Valadez, Emilio Villalba, John Walker, Sandra Yagi
Join us for a gallery exhibition featuring some of the best contemporary artists today who will re-imagine the most memorable cartoons and animated films of all time!
Curated by Michael Cuffe of Warholian for Modern Eden Gallery, this show features an international talent pool of over 55 participating artists from around the globe!
April 14–May 4, 2018
April 14, 2018 6-9 pm
Featured artists include:
Daniel J Valadez
Adam Hunter Caldwell
Carly Janine Mazur
Annual Copycat Violence Art Collective group show at Sally Centigrade.
Opening February 24, 2018
Ellen Wilberg, Brynn Elizabeth, Megan Buccere, Kristen Ferrell, Joshua Roman,
Julia Gabrielov, PeeMonster, Marjolein Caljouw, Chris Bodily, Catherine Moore,
Bella Harris, Ingrid Tusell, Amanda Stalter, Kamille Freske, Joshua Coffey,
Laurie McClave, Maria Teicher, Sasha Fitzgerald, Patricia Ariel
More information coming soon!
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS X
Featured artist: Myriam Powell
Cactus Gallery, Los Angeles
Scheduled to run October 14 - November 4, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday, October 14, 2017 * 6p-9p
Dia de los muertos is a traditional Mexican holiday that focuses on gatherings of family and friends to remember those who have died. Altars, marigolds, offerings, skulls, and Monarch butterflies are symbolic of the season.
Dia de los muertos brings the advent of death to light, making the concept of "the end" less scary, and helping people feel a strong, healthy connection to the spirits of their loved ones.
In order to honor and remember those who have died, we will be building an altar and welcome you to bring your photographs and "ofrendas" (offerings) to add to our community altar. "Ofrendas" can be any thing that was important or special to the deceased, such as tools, awards, hats, etc... including favorite refreshments and foods. In Mexico, it is believed that the long hard journey from the afterlife back to Earth should rewarded with nourishment and refreshments for the returning souls.
Our altar will include the presence of the four elements: water, earth, wind, and fire. No offering can be complete if one of those elements is missing, and their symbolic representation is a fundamental part of the offering. In addition, many cempazuchitls (marigold), called the flower of death, will be included, as the Aztecs believed that the strong scent could wake the souls of the dead and help guide them back for the celebration.
Douglas Alvarez, Joe Alvarez, Kat Anderson, Ulla Anobile, Lea Barozzi, Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Terri Berman, Denise Bledsoe, Andrea Bogdan, Alea Bone, Catherine Bursill Moore, Stephanie Brockway, Lioba Brückner, Ivonne Carley, Catherine Carr, Laura Castellanos, Olivier Castillon, Joan Charles, Jon Ching, Cora Crimson, Katherine Dossman- Casallas, A. Huggard, Liz Huston, Anita Inverarity, Rasa Jadzeviciene, Kamenthya, Brooke Kent, Patricia Krebs, KrossD, Lisa Kurt, Mavis Leahy, Ann Lim, Candace McKay, Malathip, Marni Manning, Zahra Marwan, Christina Maslar, Jazmin Molina, Monkey-Cats Studio (Laurie Redfern Hardin), Tammy Mae Moon, Margaret Morales, Martina Moreno (Love Is Possible), Lulu Moonwood Murakami, Nobu Happy Spooky, Janet Olenik, Angela Maria Ortiz S., Athena Papouli, Corine Perier, Sarah Polzin, Tania Pomales, Olga Ponomarenko, Myriam Powell, Johnny Quintanilla, Serena Rastrelli, Joshua Roman, Lena Sayadian, Silvia Scarpellini (La Tilla), Carolina Seth, Bradley Sleep, Carisa Swenson, Ioanna Tsouka, Ingrid Tusell, Joana Viheria, Emily Wenner, Holly Wood, and more.
Exhibition Dates: October 6–28, 2017
Opening Reception: October 6, 6 pm–9 pm
Modern Eden is excited to present a group exhibition co-curated with Audra Kunkle, owner of San Francisco's famed Loved to Death. This show will bring together a group of artists presenting works inspired by oddities, dark art, taxidermy, memento mori, and Victoriana. We hope you can join us for this exciting exhibition!
Featuring works by:
Ransom & Mitchell, Robert Bowen, Gillian Keller, Sheri DeBow, Syd Bee, Megan Buccere, Mary Syring, Vahge, Mel Alves, Daniel J Valadez, Aunia Kahn, Hilary White, Lara Dann, Sybiline, Dave Richardson, Catherine Moore, Tracy Lewis, John Walker, Avery Palmer, Rebecca Adams, Phillip Hua, Adam Caldwell, Kai Carpenter, David Natale, Brian Donnelly, Lori Nelson, Steve Lawson, Bethany Krull, Johnie Thornton, Scott Holloway, Brandice Guerra, Ron Norman, Lacey Bryant, doubleparlour, Jaclyn Alderete, Amy Ahlstrom, Lee Harvey Roswell, Caitlin McCormack, Erica Calardo, Michael Ramstead, Jasmine Worth, Peter Palfi, Steve Javiel, Ben Patterson, Henry Schreiber, Delphyne V., Amandalynn, Terry Ribera
From the Event Page:
Join us on Friday, September 15, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., for a magical *grownups-only* evening of live art-making, fixed-price art sale, music, food, and magical fun at Children’s Fairyland.
This event sells out every year! Buy tickets now: https://fairyland.formstack.com/forms/drawn_together_tickets_2017
More than 50 exciting artists from Oakland and the Bay Area will team up to create over 100 pieces of original Fairyland-inspired art. There will also be fairy hair extensions from Very Fairy Events, Lego play from Play-Well TEKnologies, and complimentary beer and wine. Food will be available for purchase.
You’ll have the opportunity to purchase original works of art for a fixed price of $40 per piece, and proceeds will help Fairyland keep admissions affordable for all and free for those most in need, as well as funding much needed park restoration. Space is limited, so get your tickets early and support a great cause! This is one of the rare opportunities to experience our magical park after dark.
Please note: Due to the availability of alcohol, no one under the age of 21 will be admitted.
3am is the hour for witches, spirits, magic, and introspection. In many areas of folklore, it is the time when the veil between our world and the other side is the thinnest. It is known as the Devil's Hour, because Christ is said to have been crucified at the opposite time, 3pm. It is the darkest and coldest part of the night, and when ghosts and spells are said to be at their most powerful. In that way, it reminds us of the old festival of Samhain, when the same powerful effects were understood and celebrated.
From Modern Eden Gallery
This upcoming August (2017) will mark the 50 year anniversary of San Francisco’s infamous Summer of Love . This event was highlighted by the largest gathering of Hippies (or Flower Children), the rise of 60’s music legends, and the widespread use of psychedelic drugs, culminating in the summer of 1967 in the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. The late 60s marked the beginning of the counterculture movement that would grow to attract and give rise to the great artists, activists, writers, freethinkers of the 20th century.
Exhibition Dates: August 12–September 2, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 12, 6 pm–9 pm
Featuring inspired works by: Young Chun, Sybiline, Chris Guest, Chie Yoshii, Rhea O'Neill, Andrea Sipl, Marlene Seven Bremner, Erica Calardo, Jana Brike, Pippa McManus, Julie Filipenko, Sheri DeBow, Happy D., Daisy Church, Gretchen Lewis, Sergio Lopez, Daniel J Valadez, Kindra Nikole, Amy Ahlstrom, Lori Nelson, Megan Buccere, Alison Ye, Amandalynn, Phillip Hua, Alec Huxley, Chris Leib, Simona Candini, Elizabeth Amento, Mary Syring, Martin Hsu, John Walker, Kaspian Shore, Henry Schreiber, Meredith Marsone, Catherine Moore, Rebecca Rose, Kim Huynh, Joshua Coffy, Carly Janine Mazur, Erica Rose Levine, Michael Campbell, Brian Donnelly, Debra Gardner Abarca, Christina Ridgeway, Ania Tomicka, Peter Adamyan, Kristin Forbes-Mullane, Omalix, Steve Ferrera, David Natale, Stephanie Jucker, Johnie Thornton, Leilani Bustamante, Hana Mulyati, James Marc, Aunia Kahn, Adam Ziskie, JOEMUR, Delphyne V., Primary Hughes, Tracy Lewis, Chris Sheridan, Adam Caldwell, Wesley T. Wright & Malia Landis, Bec Winnel, Erich J. Moffitt, doubleparlour, Lacey Bryant, Sandra Yagi, Kelly McKernan, Ron Norman, and more!
Featured artist: Joe Alvarez
Scheduled to run: August 12 - September 2
RECEPTION: Saturday, August 12 * 6p-9p
Pinocchio's Follies will be exploring the important lessons learned during Pinocchio's misadventures. We will also get to meet the carnival of colorful characters that guided him to discover the true meaning of being human.
Donna Abbate, Joe Alvarez, Ulla Anobile, Denise Bledsoe, Andrea Bogdan, Lacey Bryant, Catherine Bursill Moore, Olivier Castillon, Nancy Cintron, Valency Genis, Annette Hassell, Patricia Krebs, Mavis Leahy, Malathip, Justine Mares, Jen Musatto, Janet Olenik, Jen Raven, Salvage Art Sweetheart, Carolina Seth, and Joe Vollan.
ADDRESS: 3001 North Coolidge Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90039
Sierra Arts In July presents Heather Robinson, Catherine Moore, Shane Izykowski, Maggie Hurley and Joshua Coffy in a group exhibition. Guest curator Joshua Coffy. A group exhibition of contemporary emerging artists from San Francisco, CA. Refreshments courtesy of Wild River Grille. Free and open to the public.
Artist's Reception: Thursday, July 20, 2017 • 6pm - 8pm
17 S. Virginia Street, Ste. 120
Liberté, Égalité, Amité is an upcoming show to be held at TR!CKSTER in Berkeley, California. The theme of the show harkens back to the sense of shared constitutional liberties and freedoms that originally united us a nation.
Opening Reception: July 8, 2017 • 6pm - 9pm
2631 Ashby Ave, Suite A
BAD GIRLS & OUTCASTS will feature the women of fairytales, myths and legends who don't necessarily get Prince Charming. Or if they do, he leaves her for the goody-two-shoes Princess. These women may often go unrecognized (or is simply hidden away), because they don't fit the archetypal feminine canon of princesses and heroines, or the safe progression from maiden to mother to crone.
Our women may live, even thrive, on the dark side of the Moon, at the bottom of the ocean, in the depths of the primeval forest, in the hidden, rebellious, shadowy realms of a woman's soul, or in the rejected, often devalued parts of a man's psyche.
Our women are strong, wild, opinionated, seductive, bawdy, despondent, spurned, full of tears or fury. They can be crafty, vengeful, devious, evil. They go on their solitary way and do not aim to please anyone or ask for anyone's approval. They hope, however, to be recognized as who they are and to be seen.
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 22 • 6p -9p
3001 N. Coolidge Avenue, Los Angeles
Jaclyn Alderete, Joe Alvarez, Ulla Anobile, Christine Benjamin, Jorge Bernal, Denise Bledsoe, Andrea Bogdan, Lioba Bruckner, Lacey Bryant, Catherine Bursill Moore, Lauren Hana Chai, Anna Chung, Nancy Cintron, Sheri DeBow, Dolldrums, Ashley Fisher, Eden Folwell, Rosie Garcia, Leonard Greco, Liz Huston, Anita Inverarity, Rasa Jadzeviciene, Brooke Kent, Patricia Krebs, Mavis Leahy, Heather Lowe, Linda Lyons, Candace McKay, Malathip, Tammy Mae Moon, Janet Olenik, Jen Raven, Joshua Roman, Carolina Seth, Kelly Thompson, Ingrid Tusell, Kelly Vetter, Joe Vollan, Gabriela Zapata, Julie Zarate and more.
Scheduled to run: March 11 - April 1, 2017
RECEPTION: Saturday, March 11 * 6p-9p
For Cactus Gallery's MARCH 2017 exhibit the gallery will be celebrating its 12th birthday by hosting the third annual "LOTERIA" themed exhibit. The original 54 images of the original deck will be represented in the show.
Loteria is a traditional Mexican game of chance, similar to bingo, that uses images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers. The 54 images each have a name and an assigned number. The cards are very colorful and the imagery on them is broadly recognized in all of Mexico, other Latin American countries, as well as European nations.
Copycat Violence Artist Collective group show happening at Sally Centigrade Gallery in Denver, Colorado. Featuring many of the talented artists from the collective.
Opening Reception: February 9, 2017
Sally Centigrade Gallery
Located in the Historic Larimer Square District
1423 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80202
Lovers' Eyes were Georgian miniatures, normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child. These were usually commissioned for sentimental reasons and were often worn as bracelets, brooches, pendants or rings with richly decorated frames, serving the same emotional need as lockets hiding portraits or locks of hair. This fad started in the late 1700s.
Modern Eden Gallery will be hosting a group show where artists take on the tradition of the Lover's Eye.
Opening Reception: February 3, 2017 • 6pm - 9pm
Exhibition runs through February 25, 2017
Copycat Violence Artist Collective first auction of the year!
In this online auction you get the chance to bid on sketches and other treasures from the artists. Part of the proceeds will go directly to the collective, to help us advertise our upcoming gallery show!
It's that time of the year when you reflect on whether you've been bad or good. If you were good you may get a present from St. Nick if not then you may be carted away by the Krampus. if you hear chains in the cold dark night, you're screwed.
Come celebrate this holiday season at 63 Bluxome Street Gallery on December 17th from 7pm - 10pm as we pay homage to the Christmas demon the Krampus.
Exhibition runs: December 17, 2016 - January 28, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday December 10, 2016, 6 pm– 9 pm
Exhibition Dates: December 10–31, 2016
Modern Eden Gallery is pleased to announce Wanderlust, our fourth annual international postcard group show inspired by travel, far-away places, adventurous experiences and fascinating destinations. We are pleased to welcome a fresh and exciting roster of contemporary artists this year, who have taken inspiration from every corner of this wonderful world.
Every Saturday Alexi Era Gallery will host “Sketch Saturdays” along with our sponsors and participating artists by releasing one-of-a-kind original sketches from talented and spirited artists around the world. At 12 Noon PST every Saturday, 1 – 5 original sketches will be available for adoption.
Follow these releases at www.sketchsaturdays.com or by following the hashtag #sketchsaturdays
I will have new work available the following dates:
On October 20th, the artists of the Copycat Violence collective will be sharing their work for a tribute to the summer's best must watch Netflix binge-fest, "Stranger Things".
The auction will be held entirely online through our Facebook page, so you may bid or purchase from the comfort of your own home.
More info to come!
Online Exhibition: Oct 7 – 31, 2016
Alexi Era Gallery - Eugene, Oregon
The exhibition explores the ideas of faeries and enchantment. A fairy (also fay, fae, fair folk; from faery, faerie, “realm of the fays”) is a mythical being or legendary creature in European folklore, a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural, or preternatural. Artists have created works of art based on their inspirations of “Fae”.
Remember the days when punk rock stood for something? The era where pure angst and energy met on a nonstop collision course? 63 Bluxome Street Gallery is proud to present "Punks not dead", an art show that will be bringing that raw energy back into the gallery. Showcasing artwork of all types, representing the feeling, the style, and the energy that punk rock music embodied. Join us as we revisit one of the most eclectic genres in music in art form.
Opening Reception - Art show, bands and barbecue!
Saturday, September 17th 3pm - 10pm
Exhibition runs: 9/17/16 - 10/29/16
More info coming soon!
Scheduled to run August 13 - September 1, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, August 13, 2016 * 4p-10p
This big group show centers around the theme of water.
The August exhibit is an exciting one as the opening reception coincides with the Frogtown Art Walk 2016, the NELA Art Gallery Night SECOND SATURDAY Gallery Night and the CURRENT:LA Public Art Biennial.
Please join us for an art filled day along the L.A. River community we call home. Visual art, music, installations, activities for kids, food and more.
Frida is considered one of Mexico’s greatest artists of the 20th century. Since her death she continues to be an inspiration to many.
We will be celebrating the life and death of Frida with art, music, culture and a Frida look-alike contest.
More info coming soon
Saturday July 9th, 2016
4:00pm - 10:00pm
La Bodega Gallery
2196 Logan Ave.
San Diego, CA. 92113