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UPCOMING SHOW: The Art of Guy Colwell

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Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4th, 2013 7pm – 10pm

Artist Statement:

Guy Colwell is a native of Oakland, now residing in Berkeley. He studied art at the California College of Arts and Crafts. He has been a peace activist and traveled widely through Europe and Africa. In his long and prolific career he has become well known for politically and emotionally challenging paintings and comic books. Mainly a figurative social surrealist, his interest in nature and animal art has led to the publication of numerous E-coloring books. From his large body of work, he has selected several new and recent paintings that have not yet been exhibited as well as numerous new drawings and a collection of jewel-like dollhouse scale miniatures.

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Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

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April 19, 2013 at 12:09 pm

Muses & Madness: The Art of Patrushka

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Opening Reception: Saturday, March 16th, 2013 7pm – 9pm

Artist Statement:

Working in many medias, from scratchboard to oil painting, Patrushka has created an eclectic array of images for this exhibition.
Fascinated with the ying and yang of life, the skull beneath the smile, the dark within the light and the good as well as the bad. Patrushka draws upon pop culture, politics, music, emotions, the human face and our natural world for inspiration.
The theme for this exhibit is a divergent binary: “Muses & Madness”
Muses focuses on artists, musicians, friends, cultural icons, causes and celebrities that she admires. Whether it be their artworks, their songs, their image or their happenstance in life – all have inspired and moved Patrushka to capture them in paint. Madness is used in a literal and a generalized way  and focuses on the dark and sometimes violent side of mankind, and the many gradations of insanity – whether it be in the way we treat our environment or in the way we treat those who dare to be different. Violent criminals, threatened species, abused women, emotive portraits and misfit personas whose “madness” has consumed them, all have found a place in Patrushka’s world. The body of work crosses the boundaries of the human condition, celebrating the wonderful and the weird, embracing the whole oddity that is humanity.
The artworks will be available for purchase and Patrushka will be present at the opening reception. If you’ve considered commissioning a portrait, Patrushka will also be available for order consultations. This will be an ideal opportunity to touch base and get a feel for her beautiful works. Patrushka and Sacred Rose Gallery are looking forward to seeing you there.

 

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The exhibition runs March 16th – April 28th, 2013

Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

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February 28, 2013 at 1:24 pm

UPCOMING SHOW: The Work of Fred Nocella

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Opening Reception: Saturday, December 8th, 2012 6pm – 9pm

Artist Statement:

The striking photographs inside the “Bureau of Mines Manual of First Aid Instruction” are the point of departure for this body of work. The process of making paintings of these photographs offers a strategy for understanding why this source material is so compelling to me. These paintings are blended with even more found photographs, natural history, science textbooks, medical illustrations, clip art, schematic diagrams, and popular culture to produce a great stew of images. My wager is that by combining all of the things I am interested in, chance will reward me with new textures, meanings, and associations that could not be obtained any other way. Curiosity and anticipation sustain me through the laborious process of editing, combining, and layering.

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The exhibition runs December 8th, 2012 – February 1st, 2013

Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

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November 16, 2012 at 12:52 pm

NEXT SHOW: “Creative Works”: Paintings, Sculpture, & Works on Paper by Shotsie & Kristine Gorman

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Opening Reception: Saturday, August 6th, 2011 7pm – 9pm

The exhibition runs August 6th, 2011 – September 31st, 2011

Normal Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

The Art of Sacred Rose Salon

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SR2 Gallery is proud to present the art of Chad Chesko & Darlene Dibona.  Chad is the newest addition to the Sacred Rose Family, and Darlene and Karen Roze have been friends and colleagues for years!  These are the wonderful people you’ll meet at our new location on Solano Ave, in Albany, CA.  Both artists will be showcasing brand new work!

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 11th, 2011 6pm – 9pm

The exhibition runs June 11th, 2011 – July 31st, 2011

Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

March Opening: Work by Phoebe Fisher

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Phoebe Fisher is an Artist, Illustrator and Art teacher from Chicago Illinois. Her works on paper reflect the psychological experience of imaginary girl/women in contemporary culture. Her work draws heavily from fairy tales, films and fashion photography and illustration, in an effort to create her own personal mythology. Her influences include: Henry Darger, Marlene Dumas, Rita Ackerman, Shary Boyle, Walt Disney, and images and music from popular culture. All of her works on paper are created with: acrylic, watercolor, crayons, glitter and collage.

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 5th, 2011 6pm – 9pm

The exhibition runs March 5th 2011 – March 31st 2011

Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

November Opening! “Twelve” by Kate Davison Mitchell

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“Twelve” is a show of paintings by San Francisco artist, Kate Davison Mitchell, created over a period of 12 years beginning in 1998 until the present.  The work represents her inner journey that began after the sudden death of her father.  Her grief brought her into a period of dark and angry paintings that are filled with ferocious imagery derived from her dreams.  This imagery precipitated a long and arduous descent into an underworld, where she met her fragmented self, and used the act of painting to integrate darkness and light.  Mitchell believes in the healing powers of the creative process.  Trusting her imagery, she used intuition as her guide, emerging from her grief to reconnect with the natural world. The final paintings of the series, which are filled with sensual shapes of roots and trees, incorporate all the elements: earth, air, fire and water.  At last, she encounters her renewing self, in all its robust and earthy complexity.

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 6th 7 – 10pm

The exhibition runs November 6th – December 1st, 2010

Gallery Hours: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 8pm

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October 25, 2010 at 11:49 am

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