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1337 Gallery • Upcoming

 Storytelling Postcard
 

Storytelling

June 8—July 27, 2018
Receptions: June 8 • 5–8pm + July 13 • 5–8pm

There is a rich history in the Bay Area of art that is essentially storytelling. This exhibit is a look at what stories a broad range of artists are telling now. Stories implied, mysterious, compelling, reminiscent, mind-bending, quiet, boisterous, surreal, or everyday. We tried to include many art traditions and media looking for art that makes us ask, ‘What is happening here!?!’

Featuring: Katy Drury Anderson, Nancy Bardach, Gerald Barnes, William Binzen, Linda Lee Boyd, Kay Bradner, Mary DeShaw, Wyn Di Stefano, Myra Eastman, Joeann Edmonds-Matthew, Abigail Lee Goldberger, Paul Goldman, Karl Hauser, Eric Kelly, James Lammers, Shirley Manfredi, Heather McFarlin, Donna Mossholder, Irina Mukhacheva, Roz Ritter, Karen Robinson, Noel Ryan, Gil Sambrano, Mary Shaw, Jen Solomon, Rose Steiner, Claudia Tarantino, Vaidis Valaitis, Judith Williams

Juror: Kay Bradner, nationally exhibiting artist, retired art professor. www.kaybradner.com 

Images—L–R: Council of Twelve © Heather McFarlin; Treading Light-Stream Step © William Binzen; ...And Then It Shattered © Gil Sambrano; Chic © James Lammers; Auntie Mae's Sewing Basket © Claudia Tarantino; And Her Mother Is Worse Than None © Eric Kelly; He Left Without His Shoes  © Katy Drury Anderson; Forgiveness is a Warrior © Jen Solomon; Prelude to a Blind Canon Ball © Paul Goldman; Juxtaposed © Mary DeShaw;The Bridge © Karen Robinson; Showtime© Vaidis Valaitis.

 

 
 

To Be Announced

August 3–September 14, 2018
Receptions: August 10 • 5–8pm + September 14 • 5–8pm

 
 

To Be Announced

September 21–November 9, 2018
Receptions: October 12 • 5–8pm + November 9 • 5–8pm

 

Small Works Exhibition

November 16—December 22, 2018
Reception: December 14, 5–8pm

The annual Small Works Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to find 
affordable, quality artwork for the holiday gift-giving season.

  • This award-winning non-profit gallery hosts six to eight exhibitions a year. Shows are juried or invitational.  How to apply  

 

 

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