In Studio: September 6 – October 5, 2014
On Exhibit: through November 1, 2014
Beijing-based artist Ye Hongxing uses stickers and crystals to create large-scale collages on canvas, bright in color and mesmerizing in the complex compositions that juxtapose traditional Chinese imagery with the joyously psychedelic.
In Studio: November 15 – December 14, 2014
On Exhibit: through January 10, 2015
Ann Weber’s cardboard sculptures explore possibilities of scale, impact, and ultimately beauty. The bigger-than-life sculptures are neither entirely representational nor abstract, and transform the mundane material into anthropomorphic figures and other natural forms.
In Studio: January 25 – February 22, 2015
On Exhibit: through March 21, 2015
Landscapes and abstractions seamlessly relate in Julian Kreimer’s oil paintings as he explores the terrain between the two. Lush color combinations applied in quick, fluid strokes are built into dense layers to create windows into Kreimer’s environments, both recognizable and contemplative.
In Studio: April 6 – May 3, 2015
On Exhibit: through May 30, 2015
Kingston-born Ebony Patteron’s work tells the untold stories of Jamaica through her self-described “shiney” mixed media works as she investigates contemporary Jamaican dancehall culture, and the construction of self within the bling and fabricated garments of the Jamaican working class.
In Studio: June 13 – July 12, 2015
On Exhibit: through August 8, 2015
Drawing upon the philosophical and mundane experiences of contemporary life, UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus Squeak Carnwath mixes familiar images with patterns of numbers and colors that she then overlays with words. Hers is an internal dialogue laid bare for all to see.