Category: Exhibitions

Birds Rising @ Brassworks

9/9 – 10/7/23

Brassworks Gallery in Portland, OR, presents “Birds Rising”, a group exhibition curated by Heiko Muller. Artists include: Alexandra Bukaschem, Ana Juan, Dewi Plass, Bene Rohimann, Brad Woodfin, Caitlin McCormack, Dan Barry, Darla Jackson, Eiko Borcherding, Diana Sudyka, EI Gato Chimney, Elmar Lause, Gregory Hergert, Mario Klingemann, Hazel Ang, Heiko Müller, John Casey, Juliet Schreckinger, Katrin Berge, Kisung Koh, Marc Burkhardt, moki, Richard Ahnert, and Ryan Heshka.

Purchase works on the Brassworks site.

The Night Before @ Galerie Polaris

June 29 – July 21, 2023

Polaris Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening of the new group exhibition “The Night Before.” Featuring works by Walter Van Beirendonck, Vanessa Fanuele, Clémence van Lunen, Eric Larrayadieu, Marius Buet, John Casey, Patrick Gunns, and Richard Mudariki.

Galerie Polaris
15 rue des Arquebusiers 75003 Paris

Petrichor @ Helvella

Apr 22, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Helvella Gallery presents “Petrichor.” Join us on Earth Day for an art show like no other, featuring an incredible collection of local artists who have come together to showcase their unique perspective on the flora, fauna and fungi of our natural world.

We invite you to explore the vibrant colours and textures of the works on display, and to immerse yourself in the captivating worlds from the following artists:

Aaron Zonka, AmandaLynn, Cameron Thompson, Chris Granillo, David Burke, Dean Stuart, Dr. Humbert, Felicia Ann, Force 129, Jade Antionette Tankersley, Jennifer Carrier, John Casey, Joshua Coffy, Lana Kohn, Linda Larson, Lisa Marie Rigby, Liv Losee-Unger (Orluarts), Madelyne Joan Templeton, May M. Lo, Natalie Gabriel, Pancho Pescador, Paulina Hoong, Perry Freitas, Raul D’Mauries, Sendy Santamaria, Tara Squad + more.

Oakland, 850 42nd Ave, Oakland, CA 94601, USA

About Face @ Bedford Gallery

April 15 – June 25, 2023

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 15, 2023, 12 – 2 pm PDT

The Bedford Gallery presents “About Face,” a juried and invitational exhibition, continues the fascinating tradition of creating portraits, using a contemporary lens to speculate how future generations might perceive the way we value beauty, power, and ultimately what we hold culturally significant.

My drawing “Shifter,” pencil and colored pencil on paper, 17″ x 14″, 2022

The practice of creating portraits dates back nearly 12,000 years to the Neolithic era. What began as plastered human skulls has evolved into paintings, photographs, and sculpture that not only capture the likeness of an individual, but also provide clues about the cultural and societal context in which the person lived.

Participating Artists: Donna Anderson Kam, Charles Antolin, Piotr Antonow, Brandin Barón-Nusbaum, Carlos Gamez de Francisco, Linda Belden, Angelique Benicio, Ashlie Benton, Robin Bernstein, Kim Brewer, Donna Brown, Jamie Burnside, Dorothy Butts-Lo Bue, Carolina Caples, John Casey, Jane Cavala, Bora Choi, Susan Cole, Travis Collinson, Linda Craighead, Nimisha Doongarawl, Cheryl Drake, Katie Drum, Azma Elham, Beth Fein, Jane Fisher, Lisa Franklin, Bushra Gill, Carla Golder, Elizabeth Gorek, Julie Grantz, Ema H. Sintamarian, Monica Haro, Judy Hirabayashi, Russell Houlston, Lisa Jetonne, Barbara Johansen Newman, Kuo-Chen Jung, Soad Kader, Mary Kalin-Casey, Sherry Karver, Christian K. Lee, TaVee Lee, Alma Leppla, Joann Lieberman, Jackie Liu, Madison Lloyd, Peggy Magovern, James Woods Marshall, Katie McCann, Lisa McElroy, Derra McWilliams, Frances “Dance” Doyle Miller, Mary Mocas, Tracy Nickolaus, Jennifer Packer (Lugris), Daisy Patton , Vivian Patton, Burt Peng, Jude Pittman, Roz Ritter, Mary Lou Grace Robinson, David Rothman, Bill Samios, Victor Sanchez, Pallavi Sharma, Barbara Silverman, Robynn Smith, Tony Spiers, Marnie Spencer, Julianne Sterling, Melissa Stone, Ariel Strong, Jessamyn Sweet, Jonathan Valdivias, Brian Van Camerik, David Van Ness, Nicolas Vionnet, Chiachen Wang, John Watson, Lin Wei, Ji Seon Yoon, Linda Yoshizawa, Dianne Yudelson

Mary’s painting “Bundle” in the exhibition.

Manager’s Special @ Mini Mart

FRIDAY, February 10th, 5-8PM!

Mini Mart is hosting our second group exhibition, “Manager’s Special!”

This group exhibition features artwork from your favorite local artists, all priced at $99. That’s right, $99 – it’s the Manager’s Special! We’re excited to showcase these amazing, fun, and creative original artworks priced at an accessible $99. Each artist has worked intentionally to create something unique and meaningful to meet this price point. This is your chance to snag an original piece of artwork at a special price. We hope that something catches your eye!