WOW x WOW is incredibly proud to present Familiar Strangers. Opening on wowxwow.com at 7pm GMT on 4th March and running until 25th March, the exhibition will feature over 90 incredible original artworks by more than 80 super talented international artists.
Many of the works of art we appreciate, admire and connect with in our lifetimes are created by people we don’t know, and will never know personally. Some may have been created hundreds of years ago by artists long since passed away. Others might have been created recently by contemporary artists living on the other side of the world, who we will never have any interaction with. However, despite not knowing these creators personally, we develop profound and lasting connections with their creations, falling in love with the imagination, vision and humanity within. The artworks provide us with wonderful insights into aspects of the creator’s being that resonate with our own, helping us form deeply meaningful relationships with these ‘Familiar Strangers’.
Group Exhibition Featuring: Steve Martinez • Katy Harrald • Allison Sommers • Danny Samuels • Rialenga • Erika Sanada • Julian Callos • Jp Neang • Josh Keyes • Andie Taylor • Leon Keer • Regan Johnston/Christa Rijneveld • Nikoo Bafti • Amory Abbott • Michelle Melcher • Jeremy Nichols • Frau Isa • Matt Linares • Win Wallace • Rebecca Luncan • Matthew Rucker • Brad Woodfin • Morgaine Faye • Christina Mrozik • David Rice • Juliet Schreckinger • London James • Stacey Rozich • Alex Kuno • Vanessa Foley • Lindsey Carr • Justin Santora • JAW Cooper • Sean Mahan • Joseph Renda Jr • Stephanie Inagaki • Dominic De Venuta • Michael McConnell • Vasilisa Romanenko • 3rd Version • Tripper Dungan • Bagger43 • Amy Ruppel • Joe Vollan • Roos Van Der Vliet • Jessica So Ren Tang • Cayl Austin • Syd Bee • Dave Pollot • Ferris Plock • Alexis Trice • Kelly Tunstall • Brin Levinson • Keith Carter • John Casey • Jason Borders • VR Rivera • Peter Bakacs • Drew Leshko • Anthony Solano • Kristin Bell • Rachel Sabin • Zoe Keller • Neil Perry • Susannah Kelly • Josie Morway • Thomas Jackson • Rebecca Mason Adams • Brian Mashburn • Pizza In The Rain • Kane Kokaris • Lorren Lowrey • Crystal Morey
Cosmic Elixir @ WOW x WOW
WOW x WOW is incredibly proud to present Cosmic Elixir. Opening on wowxwow.com at 7pm GMT on 7th January and running until 28th January, the exhibition will feature over 60 incredible original artworks by more than 50 super talented international artists.
Cosmic: [adjective] of or relating to the cosmos rather than to the earth alone.
Elixir: [noun] a substance, with a magical power to cure, improve, or preserve something.
During productive periods, the inspiration required for creativity is often in abundance, while at other, more challenging times, can be utterly elusive. It is of vital importance for an artist to engage in stimulating pursuits, the kind that encourage and develop inspiring thoughts and ideas. Imposing limitations on the creative process might suit some individuals, however, when it comes to setting oneself up for the reception of inspiration, it would be safe to say that limitations are barriers, not passageways. Therefore, we must remain open to everything the universe has to offer, and whenever possible, tap into the power and wonder of the ‘Cosmic Elixir’.
The entire exhibition can now be accessed via the link below. All sales will be on a first come, first served basis. Purchases can be made through the website, either with a debit/credit card or via PayPal. In the unlikely event that you encounter any issues, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be very happy to assist.
Rolodex Gallery is pleased to present “Softer Solstice,” a small works exhibition featuring work from 20 local and national artists. This exhibition will be on-view from December 4th through December 22nd, 2021. Artists and curators will be in attendance at the December 4th opening reception from 5pm to 10pm.
As the days get shorter and a year filled with new beginnings slows down, Rolodex Gallery’s “Softer Solstice” ushers us into the winter season with a cozy group exhibition of over 30 8″x10″ or smaller artworks, plus two pop-up events featuring Bay Area makers. The collection of works for this exhibition range from mixed media, printmaking, sculpture, and painting from emerging and seasoned artists alike in the spirit of making art accessible to all.
Artists participating in “Softer Solstice” include:
BLANE ASRAT| SASHA B. | ARI BIRD | JON BLYTHE | DK BYRD | JOHN CASEY | DEB | RICARDO DISEÑO | GIRLONBUS | KIDTOFER | MADDIE LINER (LINER POSTER) | M.CHILADAS | MONI | AUSTIN ELFIO MONTANARI | MRFESTIN | DANIELLE O’MALLEY | DARYLL PEIRCE | R6D4 | BUD SNOW | JULIANNE MARELLA VILLEGA
“Softer Solstice” and it’s corresponding events will be free and open to the public beginning Saturday, December 4th from 5pm to 10pm and by appointment thereafter through December 22nd. Refreshments and entertainment will be provided during the opening reception. Masks and social distancing will be enforced throughout the opening event.
Rolodex Gallery is located at 1075 Dwight Way in West Berkeley, off San Pablo Avenue. To schedule an appointment or for additional information including purchasing and media inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Labyrinth of Dreams @ WowXxoW
WOW x WOW Gallery proudly presents Labyrinth of Dreams. Opening on wowxwow.com at 7pm GMT on 3rd December and running until 24th December, the exhibition will feature incredible original artworks by more than 80 super talented international artists.
The creation of a work of art very rarely occurs in a straight line. The path is often a labyrinthine journey of tangled thoughts, decisions and emotions that frequently arrive at dead ends, leaving the creator with the only option of backing up and trying again. The final destination of the creative process is one that culminates in the creation of a piece, that the artist can call finished and be proud of. It must measure up to the internal image that projects itself on the mind’s eye, as clear and as vivid as those of our dreams. However, once fully realised and the artwork complete, taking pleasure from the journey and utilising what has been learned along the way, are equally important aspects of the endeavour as basking in the glory and satisfaction of reaching the finish line. There is wealth of riches to be earned from the trials and tribulations of navigating the ‘Labyrinth of Dreams’.