Currently on display

  • Sculpture Now: Works by Pacific Rim Sculptors

    Nov 18, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019 Members of Pacific Rim Sculptors were invited to submit works in any media focusing on the serious social or environmental issues currently challenging our country and planet. Read more
  • "Snaps": Paintings by William Rushton

    Nov 18, 2018 to Jan 27, 2019 William Rushton’s work is mostly autobiographical, based on childhood memories, capturing fleeting glimpses of active figures within landscapes. Whether figurative or landscape, his painting uses a colorist’s approach, switching between studio and plein-air to refresh his senses: Read more
  • 'Soul Scrolls' by Jerry Emanuel

    Oct 28, 2018 to Jan 6, 2019 Jerry Emanuel has been a member of the San Francisco art and media world for several decades. His new 'Soul Scroll' series was completed over the past three years. "I have tried to expand a single visual statement through a variety of different images. When viewed together, they evolve as one." Emanuel physically paints in books then digitally applies the artworks onto printed fabric. Nearly all measure approximately 30 X 48 inches. Read more
  • Paintings by George Rivera

    Oct 28, 2018 to Jan 6, 2019 George Rivera explores the complexities of contemporary life in dark figurative oil paintings, with the darkness expressing both solitary reflection-- the dark night of the soul-- and shared emotional conflict. Both are experienced within "our chaotic times of racism, gun violence, judgment, hope, atrocities against ourselves and one another.” If our times seem conspicuously fraught, it might be because the peace and affluence we Americans have accepted as normal were not givens, and probably not 'normal.' These are the themes which engage Rivera's viewers. Read more

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