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Underground Gallery • Past

Ceramics 2 teapots and an owlSweet Spirit Ceramic Center Showcase

January 12-February 6, 2018
Reception: January 12 • 5–8pm

This exhibition showcases wonderful artwork by the Sweet Spirit Ceramics students. The variety of hand-built and thrown works will surely illuminate your spirit and tickle your imagination as well as showcase the skills of these ceramic artists.

Ceramics artists at work

Ceramics coffee tea hot tubs 

AWD Members' Exhibition


December 8, 2017-January 3, 2018
Reception: December 8 • 5–9pm

This exhibition showcases the Artist Members and Studio Artists of Art Works Downtown by featuring a wide variety of small artworks including sculpture, fiber, painting, photography, and much more. Don’t miss this opportunity to shop for your next masterpiece.

Gracie & George © Robert Urban 

Robert Urban

drawings and paintings

November 10-December 5, 2017
Reception: November 10 • 5–8pm

Imagine Pablo Picasso in a three-piece suit, and you’ve imagined Bob Urban. He began making art as a youngster, but soon faced an obstacle: he had to earn a living. After tours in the US Navy, University of Southern California, the University of New Mexico and the University of California, Berkeley – where he nourished his artistic impulse by creating posters for car dealers – he got a hair cut, donned a suit, and went to work for Life magazine, first in San Francisco, then in New York. Next stop: Helene Curtis in Chicago. Then it was off to San Francisco and the beginning of a career in advertising and marketing that eventually led him to launch his own marketing consultancy—still wearing coats and ties, and making art for his kids and grandkids after hours—until he turned 70. Whereupon he sold his consultancy, donated his coats and ties to the Salvation Army, and turned an after-hours avocation into a full-time pursuit.

The consequences can be enjoyed in this exhibition, which features drawings and paintings of portraits, landscapes, and fantasy.


The Wild Hunt

Magick Number

October 13-November 7, 2017
Reception:October 13 • 5–8pm

Working under the moniker Magick Number, Michael and Alina Campbell have collaborated on an interactive art event for one evening only. Join us this Friday the 13th as they host The Wild Hunt, a carnivalesque shooting gallery in the lower level at Art Works Downtown. 

Angelique Benicio
The Lopsided Boogie and How She Came Out of Darkness Still 
Angelique Benicio 

The Lopsided Boogie and How She Came Out of Darkness

video installation by Angelique Benicio

August 11-September 9, 2017
Receptions: August 11 + September 8 • 5–8pm

The Lopsided Boogie and How She Came Out of Darkness, is best described as performance work created for film. The main character, Lopsided Boogy, tries to navigate her way through a dark but dreamy world where white grease-painted clowns feast at a chaotic and decadent tea party. Accompanying the film is a selection from Benicio's series of mixed-media photographic compositions which depict her fantastical creatures moving through strange worlds.

 Nate Castillo

Artifacts of Intention

Nate Castillo

July 14-August 5, 2017
Reception: July 14 • 5–8pm

Artifacts of Intention is a process oriented body of work that reflects a desire to rediscover a long lost love of drawing while embracing art without ideas. Utilizing repurposed or modified power tools and nontraditional techniques of mark making Nate Castillo surrenders a measure of control and allows the work to become a collaboration between artist and tool.  The result is a drawing that Nate witnessed develop while embracing the artifacts of his intention.

Robert Stupack the main head
The Main Head 

Paleoindian Art of Marin
"A Face from Every Angle"

Robert L. Stupack

June 9-July 8, 2017
Reception: June 9 • 5–8pm

In 1976, UC Berkeley Anthropologists determined that the first inhabitants of California occupied Ring Mountain in Corte Madera some 8,000-12,000 years ago. Their lives centered around their "God" (a now dormant volcano), fertility, and the strange creatures around them. These technologically advanced people recreated images of these forces on their tools made from stone, wood, pyroclasts, glass, and metal. Seventeen years of research and discovery have produced the largest collection of its kind. All items in this exhibition were collected in Marin.


Mark Olson

May 5–June 3, 2017
Reception: May 12 • 5–8pm

Mark Olson

Orange Green © Mark Olson 

The visual archeology of color through time. The painting is time compressed, and its drama is color as seen through a lens. Point and background. Discourse and dissonance. Layers and territories. Eruptions and histories. Movement and decay. Through shifting light and mood the stories are told in time, as time itself is captured and held by the endless light of the painting.

Painter Mark Olson is a graduate of San Francisco State University, and California College of the Arts. He currently lives and works in San Rafael, California

 Tonal Range Blissful me

 Blissful Me

Tonal Range

Artists: Malaya Gibson, Coral Kiefer, Sophia Santa, Jillian Shea, Emily Hamilton, and Sarah Egas.

Curator: Jillian Shea

April 14–29, 2017
Reception: April 14 • 5–8pm

Tonal Range is a photography term used to describe a range of value. This exhibit showcases work exploring range and value to the depths of their meaning, recycling the term tonal range to apply to time and humanity.

More Info 

 giving voice

Giving Voice: identity, issues, ideals

by Terra Linda High School students

March 10–April 8, 2017
Opening Reception: March 10 • 5–8pm 

TL Visual Art students give voice through drawing, painting, photography, and ceramics  to themes of identity, issues and ideals in this time of change and uncertainty.

indigo landscape © 2016 Barbara Bryn Klare, indigo-dipped paper, 18" x 24"

I C E L A N D :: blue

Drawings, Cyanotypes, and Works on Paper 
by Barbara Bryn Klare

February 10–March 4, 2017
Reception: February 10 • 5–8pm

In November 2016, I was artist-in-residence at the Icelandic Textile Centre in Blönduós, Iceland. Blönduós is a small town in northwestern Iceland where the glacial river Blanda meets the Arctic Sea. The pieces in this show were inspired by my time there and in Akureryi, where I stayed in a weaving studio.

The show includes indigo-dipped landscapes, cyanotypes of wool roving and ram’s horns, textile drawings,  sketches, and ink drawings inspired by the water, snow, light, and mountains of northern Iceland.

TNFA 10Panorama1 

The Near Future Ago

January 13-February 4, 2017
Reception: January 13 • 5–8pm

The Near Future Ago is labor of love by curator, manager, and artist Kip Westerfield. His exhibition-happening format came out of a need for places to exhibit emerging artists. He states “because I've had some experience throwing shows and organizing groups, I chose to start a loose knit group of artists who wanted to show with each other, mostly students, skateboarders, musicians, etc from my life and friends. The connections spread pretty quick once folks found out I was motivated to do the work of keeping it all going. There have been over 80 different artists in our shows and we are growing with each event.”

Westerfield works at Smith Andersen North gallery and frame shop, where he convinced the owner to let him have the first show for a one-night only event. That one-night event brought 34 artists and about 150 guests. After a second successful show at the gallery, other places got wind of it and requested The Near Future Ago in their space for repeated events. Other venues include The West End Bar, Bedrock Records, ProofLab skateshop, and ANDTHEM gallery in San Rafael. This exhibition at Art Works Downtown will be the 14th event featuring an exciting variety of artists who have participated in every exhibition as well as artists who are new to the scene.

AWD Member Holiday Exhibition

December 9, 2016-January 7, 2017
Reception: December 9 • 5–8pm

The Members’ Exhibition will showcase over 100 talented artists. Artwork created by studio artists and artists from outside the AWD building will be available for the holiday gift buying season. Don’t miss this opportunity to shop for your next masterpiece.

Davis-Perkins Loring-Doyle Sue-Weil
© Davis Perkins © Loring Doyle © Sue Weil
Louise Finn Gould 2

A Journey of Imagination

paintings by Louise Finn Gould

November 11-December 3, 2016
Reception: November 11 • 5–8pm

Louise Finn Gould states: "In my work I seek a balance between the real and the imaginary. I am inspired by the beauty and majesty of nature. I am intrigued by my dreams at night. I am in awe of the ever changing sky and how clouds shift and change. I am touched by family photographs, both my own and others, often capturing subtle connections and emotions. I am committed to the journey of creative exploration. I believe that each person has a unique voice and expression that is there for their discovery if they so choose. It is my hope that my own personal expression of creativity will spark in others a feeling or memory."


 Stephanie Jucker Emerald Forest

Emerald Forest

an installation by Stephanie Jucker

October 14-November 5, 2016
Reception:October 14 • 5–8pm

Emerald Forest in an installation inspired by Stephanie Jucker's father, whose extreme passion for nature and art was only matched by his intense addiction to alcohol.

His favourite drink came in a green bottle and this has coloured her memories of him. The gin bottle glinting green like an emerald, glowing green like poison.

Below are some of the works that will be in the exhibit. For more information and prices contact me directly.


Marnago NUEVAS 1
Nuevas 2 ©  Marnago 

Ink Happiness

A solo show by Marnago

August 12-September 14, 2016
Receptions: August 12 • 5–8pm + September 9 • 5–8pm

This show is an emotional journey through memories from the past and present, from darkness through light. Every character tells a story, a hidden secret that must be discovered. The artist states: “In my childhood I began to draw my destiny with shapes and lines, drawing was the only way to escape from my reality.” 

Marnago was born in California, but grew up in Latin America and Europe. In addition to his degree in history, Marnago is a creative spirit and an autodidactic, artist, writer, and poet. 


 Flowering Hope 6156

Beyond the Bloom Awareness Art Exhibit by Flowering Hope

collage, mixed media

July 8-August 6, 2016
Reception: July 8 • 5–8pm

This show brings voices to light. Flowering Hope is an awareness and support organization for survivors of gender-based violence, providing a venue for a voice and an opportunity for healing through creative means. Beyond the Bloom is Flowering Hope’s first Art Awareness Exhibit and is a culmination of voices from survivors, supporters, advocates, family members, and the public. This unique exhibit seeks to both bring awareness to the issue of gender-based violence, while also providing a venue for over 200 voices. Flowering Hope carries out much of its work in collaboration with organizations that work with women and/or girls, providing Art Outreach sessions to both staff and clients, free of charge. Information about these collaborating organizations and the work they do will also be 


The Second Memorial Exhibit for 
Lucille "Lulu"  Harris

watercolor paintings, collage, mixed media, ink drawings, acrylic, and oil

June 10-July 2, 2016
Reception: June 10 • 5–8pm

Lucille "Lulu"  Harris

© Lucille Lulu Harris 

This show illustrates the many ways Lucille created her work for over 25 years. She was influenced by the three main places she lived and worked—Bay Area,Tassajara Zen Center, and Kauai, Hawaii.

Lucille created her work from 1959 to 1984. She studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and San Francisco State University. She was very active in the San Francisco arts community. Her work was shown at the Palace of the Legion of Honor, the Art Institute, and the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco; the Oakland Museum of California; the Richmond Art Center; and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. In Hawaii, her work was shown at The Garden Island Art Center and the State Building in Kauai, and The Honolulu Academy of Arts.

In addition to this she had work in many galleries and many private collections.  

Hawk ©  Victoria Lee McKesson-Falk

Collage by Veelee

paper collage and mixed media 
by Victoria Lee McKesson-Falk

May 6–June 4, 2016
Reception: May 13 • 5–8pm

VeeLee uses all paper (new and used) as one would use paint. Her subjects vary from people and animals to current issues affecting the earth and people. She also uses found materials and transforms them into objects she needs to represent her work.

Liz Schiff When Hearts Collide

When Hearts Collide © Liz Schiff

Doubling Up: Painterly Prints & Printerly Paintings

Liz Schiff and Mimi Makowsky

April 8–30, 2016
Reception: April 8 • 5–8pm

Liz Schiff and Mimi Makowsky are long-time watercolor artists who also share a passion for monoprints. In this exhibit, both artists showcase recent works that juxtapose monoprinting with painting, marrying the unique textures of printmaking with the transparent characteristics of watercolor.

Works by Liz Schiff feature her "By the Wind Sailor" and "By the Fly" series. The "By the Wind" series was inspired by jellyfish known as By-the-Wind Sailors that periodically wash up on Northern California shores. Liz makes impressions with the dried "sailors" and other material, and then paints back into these monoprints to create unique underwater-like imagery. Also included in the show are pieces from Liz's "By the Fly" series where she uses primarily butterfly and leaf imagery to create small flights of fancy.

Working in watercolor enhanced with both monotype and transfers, Mimi Makowsky explores a sense of place and renewal. She uses recurring themes of light and vegetation to express her enthusiasm for a new phase of life.


Lara Myers The 138 Houses We Live in When We Were 10, Dawn from Memory Alone

The 138 Houses We Lived In When We Were 10, Drawn From Memory Alone 

The 138 Houses We Lived In When We Were 10, Drawn From Memory Alone

An installation by Lara Myers

March 11–April 2, 2016
Opening Reception: March 11 • 5–8pm
Drawing Collection Receptions: March 12, 19, 26 + April 2 • 1–4pm

The 138 Houses We Lived In When We Were 10, Drawn From Memory Alone is a show about our visual and anecdotal memory of our childhood homes.

Since 2013, I have interviewed 138 people about the house they lived in when they were 10 years old. 

I had each person draw their childhood home from memory alone without looking at any photos or contacting family for information.  If they could not remember a detail of the house, say, where the windows were or the type of roof the house had, it was left out of the drawing.  The focus is on the visual memory of these houses as opposed to an accurate representation of the houses.  I then recorded each person telling a story about their house.


Dominican University of California 125 Years

Dominican University Art + Design

Dominican University Studio Art and Graphic Design Majors

February 12–March 5, 2016
Reception: February 12 • 5–8pm

Artwork by juniors and sophomores majoring in studio art or graphic design at Dominican University of California. Curated by students, the artwork represents a theme, medium, or concept they are currently exploring.


© Madeline Knopf 

Explorations of Climate Change by Visual Arts students at Terra Linda High School

photography and works on paper

January 8–February 6, 2016
Reception: January 8 • 5–8pm

Transformation, alteration, and adaptation are explored in a variety of media created by the Visual Art students at Terra Linda High School. Student works combine elements of the natural environment and personal perceptions as a response to the interconnectedness of their changing world.

Margo Reis Bicycle Free for All
Bicycle Free for All © Margo Reis

AWD Artist Members' Exhibition

December 11, 2015-January 2, 2016
Reception: December 11 • 5–8pm

The Members’ Exhibition will showcase the many talented artists who are members of the Art Works Downtown community. Artworks created by studio artists and artists from outside the AWD building will be available for the holiday gift-buying season in a salon style exhibition format. Don’t miss this opportunity to shop for your next masterpiece.


Rice X Men
X-Men © Sheri Rice, collage, 8"x10"

5 Women Who Make Art

Pattie Grey, Bonnie Himberg, Jane Kiskaddon, Geraldine LiaBraaten, Sheri Rice

mosaic, fiber, painting, photography

November 13-December 5, 2015
Reception: November 13 • 5–8pm


douglas heine abstract31
Abstract 31 © Douglas Heine, mixed media on alumium

Douglas Heine

Mixed Media on Aluminum

October 9-November 7, 2015
Reception:October 9 • 5–8pm


Frida Kahlo by Joe Hayes; mosaic, smalti; 18" x 14"; 2014
Frida Kahlo © 2014 Joe Hayes, mosaic, smalti, 18"x14"

A Night at the Casa Azul Silent Art Auction 

September 11—September 26, 2015 
Reception: September 11, 5–8pm
Party: September 26, 7:30–10pm


Opening The World DANG D 3CC
© Dang

Opening the World Through Travel

Mission:Empower and expose at-risk young adults to experience a world outside of their own through volunteer and cultural experiences in their community and abroad.

August 14-September 4, 2015
Reception: August 14 • 5–8pm


Gallery Corner Guitar © Jacob Brest

Jacob Brest


July 10-August 8, 2015
Reception: July 10 • 5–8pm

Abstract Expressionist Artist


The Children of DrawBridge

Art by Homeless and Underserved Children

DrawBridge-Underwater Wacky
DrawBridge - Underwater Wacky

June 12-July 3, 2015
Reception: June 12 • 5–8pm


Lark Calderon-Gomez:Selected Paintings and Mixed Media

Lark Calderon-Gomez Frida w Pistol
Frida with a Pistol © Lark Calderon-Gomez

May 1–June 6, 2015

Reception: May 8 • 5–8pm


Consecration [​The Fire] © Todd Klempan
Consecration [​The Fire] © Todd Klempan

Silent Auction Art Exhibition

April 10–25, 2015
Reception: April 10 • 5–8pm


2d + 3d = ART

Ceramics and Works on Paper Created by Visual Arts Students at Terra Linda High School, San Rafael School District

March 13–April 4, 2015
Reception: March 13 • 5–8pm


Mixed Media Textures and Color

Acrylic Drawings and Paintings by Sondra Rothwell

Explosion of Color and Texture © 2015 Sondra Rothwell
Explosion of Color and Texture © 2015 Sondra Rothwell

February 13–March 7, 2015
Reception: February 13 • 5–8pm



Vaidis Valaitis

January 9–February 7, 2015
Reception: January 9 • 5–8pm

jhyhWe Create What We Want

Artwork by The Sweet Spirit Ceramic Center Students

December 12, 2014-January 3, 2015
Reception: December 12 • 5–8pm


Loring Doyle butterfly2I'll Have Another Cup of Color

New Works by Loring Doyle

November 14-December 6, 2014
Reception: November 14 • 5–8pm



Vita Brevis

Roberta Weir paintings, drawings, and prints

October 10-November 8, 2014
Reception: October 10 • 5–8pm


DebuggerFloaters, © 2014 Will Buhler, mixed media on paper, 8.5”x11”

Artwork by Will Buhler

September 12-October 4, 2014
Reception: September 12 • 5–8pm


Homecoming: Highlights from Phyllis Thelen's Museum Shows

Artwork by Phyllis Thelen

Honker, Phyllis Thelen Artwork Photo by Cindy Pavlinac
Honker, Phyllis Thelen, © 2014, Okra pod, bamboo, coconut fiber, paper, ginkgo pods, 26" x 22" x 9"
Photo by Cindy Pavlinac

August 8-September 6, 2014
Receptions: August 8 • 5–8pm


The 100% Recycled Tour

Artwork by Michael McGee
Presented by Marin Interfaith Street Chaplaincy


July 11-August 2, 2014
Reception: July 11 • 5–8pm 


Andy Buchwald stick 4 2

Talking Sticks

Artwork by Andy Buchwald

June 13-July 5, 2014
Reception: June 13 • 5–8pm


Patti Oji - New WorksPatti Oji Harvest from the Sea

May 9-June 7, 2014
Reception: May 9 • 5–8pm


Youth Leadership Institute

Photo by Angela Seeger

Unveiling Marin: Capturing Community Environments
A Youth-Led Photovoice Project

April 11-May 3, 2014
Reception: April 11 • 5–8pm


The Hell Brewers

March 14-April 8, 2014
Reception: March 14 • 5–8pm

A Peek Into the Weird World of 
Dr. Flotsam 
and His Carny Clan

The art of Mike Shine and friends with special music guest, Beso Negro.


Synergetic "super symmetry" with vibrance of life, through the prism of dreams

Timur Yusupov

Artwork by Timur Yusupov 
Curated by 
Nataliia Karpenko


February 14-March 11, 2014


Home Sweet Home

A show by the Fortnight Collective

January 10-February 11, 2014


Artworks Berkeley Camera Club2The Berkeley Camera Club Show

December 13, 2013 - January 4, 2014


Ellie Barrett Wilder

November 8–December 7, 2013 
Reception: November 8 • 5–8pm


Clan Amnesis

Collaborative Installation - Jenny Hynes + Dan Homer

September 13 – October 11, 2013
September 13, 2013
October 11, 2013


Deanna PedroliDeanna Pedroli 
"Hollywood Holograms"

Contemporary, postmodern multi-media paintings

August 9 - September 10, 2013
Reception: August 9, 5 – 8pm

Vibrant, richly colored, and dimensional.

Inspired by Miro, Matisse, Lobdell and Joan Brown

Education: San Francisco Art Institute and Dominican University



Lights & Boxes

Dan Caven

July 12 ~ August 3, 2013in the Underground Gallery
Reception: July 12, 5 – 8pm

  • Description: mixed media

Dan uses found and discarded material, neon tubes, blown glass, cast metal and paint in various arrangements.

After Hours

an exhibition of art works downtown staff • one night only!

Featuring: Elisabeth Setten, Lark Calderon-Gomez and Stan Gibbs

Exhibition Date: June 14,2013 5-8pm  June 15,2013 10am - 5pm - 2013
in the Underground Gallery

           elisabeth setten cherry tree1       lark gomez calderon gomez collaboration       stas gibbs self portrait

                "Cherry Tree 1",                  Gomez/Calderon-Gomez         "Self Portrait",  
                 Elisabeth Setten,                         Collaboration,                   Stas Gibbs,
   sumi ink on paper 20" x 24" © 2007         Mixed Media Work            acrylic on paper



Jenny Snodgrass


May 10 - June 8,  2013
in the Underground Gallery


Dixie_School_newsDixie School 3rd Grade Annual Exhibit

art work by Dixie School via the Dixie Arts Council

March 8 - April 2,  2013
in the Underground Gallery 


beri_ketema_coffeeSBeri Ketema

"The Beginning of the Beginning": graphite drawings

Jan 30 - March 2, 2013
in the Underground Gallery

reception:  Feb 8  5 - 8pm during 2nd Fridays Art Walk


Art on the Farm

Building-wide fundraising exhibit for Marin Organic

Nov 30, 2012 - Jan 17, 2013
in the Underground Gallery

opening reception:  Dec 14 5 - 8pm
2nd reception:  January 11 5 - 8pm

Holiday fundraising exhibit for Marin Organic's Farm Field Studies Program; a collaboration between Art Works Downtown, Marin Organic, Marin History Museum and Art on the Farm.  Celebrate art and local farms in a fun and educational manner. 65+ artists displayed through out our entire 40,000 sq.ft art center. more>


art by Patricia Oji

December 7 - January 10, 2012
in the Underground Gallery  


AWDOpenStudios2012_MarinMag600sqAWD Studio Arist, Vaidis Valaitis

during Open Studios weekend 2012 in the Underground Gallery

Nov 9, 2012  5 - 8pm      Nov 10 + 11, 2012 11am - 5pm


LoringDoyle_erotic_SLoring Doyle


Oct 12 - November 3, 2012
in the Underground Gallery


TheresitaSolomon_DeniseJohnsonTheresita Solomon + Denise Johnson

The Spirit Within  •  ceramic works

September 2012
in the Underground Gallery



Megan Kenyon 

Floribunda, Color and Space

August 10 - Sept 8, 2012
in the Underground Gallery

floral themed paintings     


Deanna Pedroli

Deanna Pedroli

Tropical Punch

July 12 - August 4, 2012
in the Underground Gallery


deneth piukmashiDeneth Piukmashi

The Man I Know

June 6 - July 10, 2012
in the Underground Gallery 


from Petaluma to IstanbulFrom Petaluma to Istanbul

Janet Robbins

May 9 - June 5, 2012
in the Underground Gallery



Ellen Litwiller

April 12 - May 8, 2012
in the Underground Gallery


Photovoice ProjectYouth Leadership Institute

Lens of Experience, A Photovoice Project

November 9 - December 6, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


jenny snodgrassJenny Snodgrass

October 12 - November 8, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


anniebatesAnnie Bates Winship

"You Are What You See . . . Take a Closer Look"

September 7 - October 11, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


Nat AlbrinkThe Forms of Flight

Nat Albrink and Samantha Reynolds

August 10 - September 6, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


Jason SheldrickInadvertent Interlude

works by Jason Sheldrick

July 6 - August 6, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


art by Rick Schmid

Art by Rick Schmid

June 8 - July 5, 2011
in the Underground Gallery



Jenny Hynes

May 11 - June 7, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


FamiliarStrangerWEBFamiliar Stranger

Photography by Elen Gales

March 9 - April 5, 2011
in the Underground Gallery 


hearts-desire-susan-tickenHearts Desire

recent works by Susan Ticken and students

February 11 - March 8, 2011
in the Underground Gallery



Old Hero Song

photography exhibit + book by Miguel Farias

January 7 - February 8, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


Spare Time

paintings by Stas Gibbs

December 8, 2010 - January 4, 2011
in the Underground Gallery


kevin-sorianoSomewhat Damaged

works by Kevin Soriano

November 10 - December 7, 2010
in the Underground Gallery


MOTHER_NATURE-webSunila Bajracharya

October 6 - November 9, 2010
in the Underground Gallery


folletcollageCB Follett

September 8 - October 5, 2010
in the Underground Gallery


farawayiduoJenny Snodgrass

August 11 - September 7, 2010
in the Underground Gallery




first solo exhibit by Zwanda

June 10 - July 6, 2010
in the Underground Gallery


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