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 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.

Tonal Range Coral-Emerald City

Emerald City © Coral Kiefer

Tonal Range Emily Hamilton-Self Portrait

Self Portrait © Emily Hamilton

Tonal Range Jade

Jade

Tonal Range Malaya-abstract

Abstract © Malaya Gibson

Abstracticum

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.

Bio:
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 www.markolsonart.com

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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.

www.newtribalart.com 

 
 

To Be Announced

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

 
 

To Be Announced

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

 
 

Twisted Circus flux

September 12—October 7, 2017
Event Date: September 16, 7:30pm–11pm

The gallery will be in a state of change during this period as we set-up and clean-up from the annual AWD fundraising event Twisted Circus. Tickets will be available soon.

 
 

To Be Announced

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

 

 
 

 

To Be Announced

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

 
 

AWD Members Exhibition

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

Information to be announced

This space is available monthly to artists for solo shows, small group shows, or installations. 
How to apply 

 

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