Current Exhibitions

Have You Heard Us Yet?

Showing: June 5 – 30 2018

Artist Reception: June 9, 5 – 7 pm

Artist’s Talk: June 20, 5 – 7 pm

Poetry Evening: June 27, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Exhibiting the works of 10 female writers, the Abrams Claghorn Gallery will be showing poems visually represented as interpreted by 15 Bay Area artists; collaborating but having never met!

The show is centered around what women’s​ hopes are for 2018 in regards to equality  as well as being a voice for the issues that they feel have largely not been heard, digested, and acted upon by those currently​ in power within our society.

Showing At Grove Salon – 1483 Solano Ave, Albany, CA

1 Jilian Monribot, Lady K, 2014 Ink, charcoal, wax pastel on paper 22.5 x 30 inches

Jilian Monribot: Facets

Showing: April 1 – June 2018

Artist Reception: June 29, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

at Grove Salon

Showing At Salon 1757 – 1757 Solano Ave, Berkeley, CA

Pilinio De Oliveira: Color Rhythm 

Showing: March 26 – June 2018

at Salon 1757

What inspires me the most about painting is being able to use as many colors as possible and to connect them using repetitive brush strokes and patterns. For me my completed artwork allows me to visualize a magic splendor on canvas.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Installation by Leah Bowring and Katie Swan 

Showing: July 5 – August 31

Reception: Saturday, August 11, 5 – 7pm

Leah and Katie pay tribute to their life death process as this two month show cracks open exposing their evolving movement recorded through clay. Raw surfaces, photography as artifact, and the impermanence of performance are in physical dialogue with regeneration and reclamation of the impermanent body.

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Susan Kirshenbaum

Showing: July 1 – 30 2018

at Grove Salon

Susan Kirshenbaum is an SF-based figurative artist whose expressive, gestural work reflects a fresh, contemporary
perspective on the female form capturing a moment and reflects an intimacy with her subjects.

Rena Charles

Showing: July – August 2018

at Salon 1757

Rena Charles’ basis of creation is the belief that every entity has a unique essence. Observable moods emerge even in plants- given the year, surroundings, and time of day. Her work germinates from a thought, and “grows” into a work of art.

Upcoming Events

Poetry Evening

Have You Heard Us Yet?

An evening of poetry reading featuring participating writers from Abrams Claghorn Gallery’s June exhibition titled: “Have You Heard Us Yet?

Exhibiting the works of 10 female writers, the Abrams Claghorn Gallery will be showing poems visually represented as interpreted by 15 Bay Area artists; collaborating but having never met!

The show is centered around what women’s​ hopes are for 2018 in regards to equality as well as being a voice for the issues that they feel have largely not been heard, digested, and acted upon by those currently​ in power within our society.

Wednesday June 27, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Featuring Poetry by:

Jeanie Ngo

Claire J. Baker

Lori Lynne Armstrong

Janis Hashe

Vicki Gunter

Becky Bishop White

Sandra Anfang

Kelliane Parker

Tiffany Higgins

Nicole Rubio

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