Natasha Dikareva: Artist Talk, Nov. 2015

With our newest solo show, Enter & Escape, we wanted to delve deeper into the inspiration behind her Escapist and Shell Dweller series. In this video, recorded last November at Abrams Claghorn Gallery, she discusses the meaning and reasoning behind her artworks.

Elizabeth Addison in Conversation p1

Starting, October 3 (through the 31st), Addison’s latest work, They Come from Outer Space, will be exhibited at our gallery. This is her second time participating in a show with us, and a good friend of the gallery.

Someone made this cup?! Observations of a novice ceramic appreciator.

Until I started managing the Abrams Claghorn Gallery, I did not think much about ceramics, beyond the plates and cups I purchased at Target.

Seek Fine Art

We are so proud and excited to be apart of Seek Fine Art a wonderful app and website that caters to art-centric people!

Anna Vaughan and the Mural

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.

Raffle for One Year Anniversary

In celebration of our one year anniversary, we are raffling off two great prize packages! Click to learn more and enter here!

Dual Solo Shows; Anna Vaughan: “My Darling,” and Michelle Gregor: “Tributary”

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.

Rainy, Cloudy Sunday at Abrams Claghorn

As I sit reflecting on this wonderful crisp fall day, my thoughts keep leading me to Monet and his waterlilies.

Thoughts about our Planet Earth in “Bumpy Terrain”

Have you ever walked into a gallery and immediately exclaimed “what’s that?!” Walking into Abrams Claghorn Gallery this October has elicited many “what’s that?!” moments from almost everyone who’s seen the shown. To say that these sculptures require some contextualization to understand is a bit of an understatement.