Anna Vaughan has been a fixture at the Abrams Claghorn Gallery since our grand opening on April 11th, 2015. Starting that summer, Anna painted the mural that now lives on the east side of the gallery building, facing the Bart tracks.
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Pamela Blotner and Elizabeth Addison curated “Crossing To Safety” at the Abrams Claghorn Gallery this March; a show of eleven Bay Area artists addressing immigration, environmentalism, colonization, refugee struggles and gentrification.
Abrams Claghorn is hosting two innovative artists for the April showcase. Anna Vaughan and Michelle Gregor create their work outside traditional boundaries, bringing a contemporary view to the tradition of figurative sculpture.
As a cultural narrator, Judy Shintani focuses on remembrance, connection, and storytelling. She works with organic and recycled materials, textiles, ethnic remnants, paint, and video.
Late last year we had the wonderful opportunity to record an artist talk from photographer and biologist, Becky Jaffe.
Bambi Waterman uses her artwork to start discussions on conservation and the need to protect endangered species.
Sharon Siskin is a Bay Area artist and educator, who believes that art can be a powerful agent for social change. She is showcasing her work at Abrams Claghorn on March 3rd though 31st
Natasha Dikareva’s latest work develops during an intensively introspective process, confronting the idea of physical security.
Anna Vaughan, an accomplished artist in her own right and resident artist at Abrams Claghorn, took some time to sit down with our next featured artist, Stacy Jo Scott to discuss her upcoming solo show, “Rise Out of the Shattered Deep”. In the following interview we learn the underlying reason for her works, and her need to create.