Jan 19, 2017
Upcoming: Studios Gallery
June 1 - July 16. Nancy Woods
Reception: June 4, 1-4pm
June 4, 2-4pm. Art Talk: Rinat Goren presenting the history and special attributes of encaustic (melted wax) painting.
June 11, 2-4pm, James Claussen
Art Talk: History, advantages, and challenges of traditional lithography.
Special Community Event:
June 25, 12-6pm, Burlingame Garden Adventure.
792 Willborough Place & 121 Warren Road, benefitting the Peninsula Museum of Art.
July 9, 2-4pm,
Conversations with Richard Kamler
July 22, Wayne Wichern "Mad Hatter Tea." Tickets required.
Upcoming Museum Exhibitions:
July 30 - Oct. 8, 2017
Mark Garrett, Ann Holsbery, Ginger Slonaker
Continuing Museum Exhibitions:
Resolving Space: James Claussen, Decker A Gallery
James Claussen's surreal images combine elements of the natural world, machinery, his life and imagination. Using the absence and presence of color, shapes, forms and texture, Claussen's lithographs seek to explore space and spark imagination. Claussen's work is collected by corporations, private collectors and renowned art institutions including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London; Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri; Pratt Institute in New York, and the National Museum of Fine Arts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, among others. Read more
Under the Surface: Rinat Goren, Arabella's Gallery
In this show for PMA, Rinat Goren expresses her interest in finding hidden treasures of truth beneath layers of bias and opinion. Using encaustic collages, a process that involves layering pigmented beeswax fused with a heat source, she invites the viewer to dig in and discover what's really going on. Born and raised in Israel, Rinat Goren creates art to convey her values: truth and reason. Goren's process of layering and finding ‘treasures’ underneath provokes us to think about our uniqueness and who we are as individuals, how our thoughts form, and how we choose to live. Read more
Remnants, Sculpture & Paintings: Richard Kamler, North and East Galleries
Richard Kamler is a crusader for peace and the universality of humanity with socially-engaged art. Much of his most powerful work, spanning four decades, consists of sculptural installations in and about prisons. This exhibition presents remnants of those installations as well as installations advocating for freedom for all people. Read more
Memory's Fog: Farnaz Zabetian, Decker B Gallery
Farnaz Zabetian paints women from the part of the world she comes from: Tehran, Iran. She says, "These women struggle with social taboos, so much so that she will not know how to act without them. An Eastern woman is always in a struggle to display a strong and stable woman or a mother, all of which has been predetermined for her. An Eastern woman will put up with the erosion of her soul so her fragility will not be apparent. She puts up a strong front. My paintings depict the women who have silently pulled off these masks to bare all of their complexities, hurts, and untold secrets." Read more