Past Exhibitions at Abrams Claghorn Gallery

Liberation, Celebration & Defiance

Curated By: Orlonda Uffre

 Participating Artists

Zoe Boston | Donna Meke’da Bradley | Tiffany Conway | Andrea Harvey | Fan Lee Warren | Orlonda Uffre

Show Dates: June 3 – June 30

Artist Talk| Thursday June 18 | 4 – 6pm

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The Ground Upon Which We Stand

Curated By: Elizabeth Addison

Show Dates: April 2 – May 31

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Work and Worship: Blended in Muslim Women artists from the Bay area.

Curated By: Salma Arastu

Show Dates: March 3 – March 31, 2020

Reception: March 14, 5pm – 7pm

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Curated by Tali Grinshpan

Show dates: Febuaury 1 – Febuaury 29

Reception: Febuaury 8, 5pm – 7pm

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facets: The Art of Julianne Wallace Sterling

Show dates: December 3, 2019 – January 15, 2020

Reception: December 14, 5pm – 7pm

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Contained: Sculptures by Ofra Fisher

Show dates: November 2 – 30

Reception: November 9, 5 – 7pm

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Playing With Light by Doug Lawler

Show dates: October 2 – 30

Reception: October 12, 5 – 7pm

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Dog Park

Show dates: September 4 – 30

Reception: September 7, 5 – 7pm

12 Artists, hundreds of dogs!

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Kate Leffler

Showing at Salon 1757

June 1st – August 30th

Emerging Artist Program Summer 2019

Show dates: July 2 – August 30

Reception: July 13, 5 – 7pm

Abrams Claghorn Gallery is excited to announce a professional development course designed to mentor and prepare selected artists ahead of a summer exhibition debuting new works!

This year we have accepted three fantastic emerging Artists:

Allie Phillips, Mailee Vang, and Moxie Evan.

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Natasha Dikareva

Evolution of Shell Dweller

Show dates: June 1 – 30

Reception: June 8, 5 – 7pm

Natasha Dikareva’s work expresses the desire for security in an insecure world. Her hybrid figures are both static and animated, withdrawing into their shells yet visually narrating their stories. Engravings and paintings on their surfaces identify their unique experiences and tell us why they might be seeking safety at the moment. As they slowly evolve out from their shells, they see a bright future where the need for hiding is no longer a necessity, when all stories are shared and intertwined through common understanding.

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Kieren Dutcher

Showing at Salon 1757

February 1st – TBA

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5th Annual Albany High A.P. Group Show

Show dates: May 4 – 30

Reception: May 11, 5 – 7pm

We are pleased to announce our 5th Annual Albany High School advanced placement group show. More details coming soon! Please join us for the reception. Many awards will be announced, plus this is a great chance to meet the artists.

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Small Works, A Look Back and Forward


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Soft Science

The dominant narrative of our culture equates softness with weakness, impotence, and inaction. To be soft in one’s character suggests a distastefully tentative or passive nature; as a simple mechanism of language, the implication is generally lesser-than/‘lite,’ or too nebulous to be credible, in comparison to a solid counterpart (see: “soft opening,” “soft skills,” and of course, “hard science”). Considering this alongside the very real cultural binary of associating softness-as-feminine, hardness-as-masculine, it begs the question of not only why we are so firmly bent in this slant, but how it serves us.

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“On the Edge of Eden”

Showing: February 9th – February 28th

Reception: Saturday, February 9th, 5 – 7pm

“On the Edge of Eden” will showcase select Bay Area artists’ use of foundational shapes and planes to encapsulate the beauty of symmetry across several disciplines includ­ing painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed media. Participating artists include: Natalie Aleman, Megan Cerminaro, Herrada-Rios, Megan Low, Nicholas Murella, Andrew Nilsen, David Polka, Dani Robison, Brendan Tidd, Madeleine Tonzi, Crystal Townsend.

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Nicole Rubio

Showing at Salon 1757

November 16th – January 15th

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Visions of Democracy

Mary Martin DeShaw, Holly Wallace, Nancy Rubin, Carol Thomas, and Becky Jaffe

Showing: December 4 – January 29

Reception: Saturday, December 8, 5 – 7pm

In these times of cultural and political upheaval, democracy is at stake. This exhibit is a photographic exploration of what defines, strengthens and sustains a healthy democracy even in chaotic times. It showcases artistic interpretations of our evolving democracy, re-visioning foundational principles such as basic human rights, separation of powers, freedom of opinion, religious liberty, equality under the law, and governmental ethics. Who are “We the People” becoming? Join us for a photographic inquiry into the State of our Union.

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Doug Lawler: Light and Color

Showing: November 3 – 30

Reception and Book Signing: Saturday, November 10, 5-7pm

Join us for the launch of Doug Lawler’s  new book, The Island of Za. Doug will be signing copies during the reception.

The ongoing theme of Doug’s current work is light and color. He explores light as the driving force in our understanding of the universe and the laws of physics. Complex color is the total effect of the environmental influences on the objects we perceive. The color we see is really a combination of surfaces, reflections, and shadows. Light emerges from objects, light also penetrates objects. Color then becomes the essence of things, rather than the description of things. He tries to capture an image where color and light combine to form a moment of grace.

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Alison Moncrieff: And You Were There Too

Showing: October 4 – November 15

An ongoing meditation on loss, transformation, and the fluidity of identity, my empty-dress paintings are witness to that which is mourned, transmuting, or being born. Historically, clothing has communicated social information such as sexual availability or fertility, class, religious status. Garments communicate the restrictions and the freedoms of a culture, narrowly defining the people who wear them. What would the world would be like if the message a garment carried were under the purview of its wearer and not that of their society? Empty clothing is emblematic to me of how much we do not know about other people, how much is theirs to define. Inside every garment can be a personal sovereignty that holds out hope for freedom, spiritual opening, and change.

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Ana Maria Gower: Life as Potential

Showing: October 3 – 31

Reception: Saturday, October 13, 5-7pm

“The most effective representation of the ideas of life’s path and potential can be found in a simple tree branch. In the process of development, it selects a path out of multitude and each choice contains new alternatives. I started noticing branching structures all around me. A very straightforward observation, that became the impetus behind the “Transfusion” series, was focused on the fact that everything – from a body to a culture – contains such branching structures, both literally and symbolically. To me it was an evidence of a transfused potential, that seems to be the foundational quality of our reality.”

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Susan R. Kirshenbaum: Drawing from Life

Showing: July 5 – September 30

Artist Reception: Friday, August 24, 6:30 – 8pm

Susan R. 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.

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Dancer by Larry Dyer

Faces of the Body Positive Movement
The Photography of Larry Dyer

September 4 -29

Reception: Saturday, September 8, 5 -7pm

Abrams Claghorn is excited to present The Body Positive as part of Bay Area Month of Photography. We will be showing work by Larry Dyer, photos in collaboration with The Body Positive, a non-profit in Berkeley, CA.

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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

Reception: June 29, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

at Grove Salon

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.

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.

Albany High School Advanced Art Student Showcase

Showing: May 1 – May 31, 2018

Artist Reception:  Saturday May 12 , 5 – 7 pm

Fourth Annual showcasing by Albany High’s Advanced Art Students.

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Pamela Blotner: Refuge

Showing: April 3 – April 29

Artist Reception: April 14, 5 – 7 pm

Every day we are bombarded with disturbing images of displaced people fleeing or driven from their homes because of ethnic cleansing, poverty, and climate change.   But what does “refuge” mean? Refuge from whom, and from what?  If a haven is found, is it truly safe and can it last?  Can lives be rebuilt? And dreams pursued, if refuge is denied or taken away?

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Speaking Out – 9 Myanmar Artists

Showing: April 10 – April 29

Artist Reception: April 14, 5 – 7 pm

Artist Talk begins at 4:30 pm before Reception

Nine contemporary Myanmar artists explore urgent issues challenging their country today. Htein Lin, Ko Z, Kyi Wynn, Nge Lay, Phyu Mon, Soe Yu Nwe, Cynthia Theint Soe, Zoncy and ZZDD, who explore a range of human rights issues, including civil conflict, repression, displacement, and environmental exploitation.

Curated by Mie Preckler and Pamela Blotner. The exhibition is inspired by the Artists Beyond Boundaries exhibition and workshop Project that Blotner and Preckler brought to the American Center of the U.S. Embassy and Pansodan Center Art Scene in Yangon, Myanmar, in June, 2017.

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Three Generations: Moving Beyond Boundaries

Showing: March 6 – April 1

Artist Reception: March 10, 5 – 7 pm

This exhibition showcases three different approaches to the question of place. The experience of displacement becomes sublimated; all three artists carry their worlds within, irrespective of their geographic location. Yet each finds a distinct path, transcending limitations of language and focusing on their individual gift of imagination, sharing their worlds of possibilities and transformation.

Participating Artists: Vladimir Dikarev, Natasha Dikareva, & Anya Dikareva

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Alison Moncrieff: I See You

Showing: November 28, 2017 – TBA

Showing at: Salon 1757

This series – I See You – is a meditation on loss, transformation, and the fluidity of identity. I see empty dresses, empty clothing, as representing what is mourned, transmuting, or being born. The dresses are space-holders for the self.

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Ana Maria Gower at Grove Salon 

Showing: January 15 – March 15, 2018

In my work, I uncover hidden properties of our existence by studying moments of such emotional intensity reverberating in our memories, dreams, and myths. Dreams of our families, memories of violence, myths of ancient gods and heroes allow us to take a snapshot of the underlying reality that secretly guides our lives.

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Georgia Carbone: Healing Images- A Prescription For America

Showing: February 6 – March 4

Artist Reception: Saturday February 10, 5 -7 pm

Artist Talk: Tuesday February 27, 5 – 7pm

Georgia Carbone has created two complimentary sets of images in response to the intense emotional and psychological climate of social and cultural upheaval in America. Using bright concentrated pigments and simple geometric forms Carbone’s healing images are drawings designed to address ailments that the individual experiences in such an environment: self doubt, negative thinking, the desire to love and be loved.

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Craft Rebels

Showing: December 5 – January 31

Artist Reception: Saturday Dec. 9, 5 -7 pm

Craft Rebels is a group show featuring resident and local artist from the Bay Area utilizing traditional crafting methods to make artworks that make a statement about current events and social issues.

Participating Artists: Annamarta Dostourian, Sheila Halali, Sandi Goldstein, Emily Dvorin, and Natasha Dikareva

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An Li Liu at Grove Salon

Showing: October 13 – December 15, 2017

An Li Liu, Ontario born and currently residing in Berkeley, is a traveler at heart. She finds inspiration from South East Asia where colors and energies are very potent. An Li delved into yoga practices with a special interest in Buddhist philosophy. While An Li took formal art classes in University, she is mainly a self-taught artist.

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Night Gallery

Showing: November 3 – December 3, 2017

Artist Reception: Saturday November 4, 5 – 8 pm

Closing: Saturday December 2, 5- 8 pm, More Info on Facebook!

Night Gallery is an art show inspired by Rod Serling’s television series. The exhibit features artwork based on stories from the darker realms of the imagination. Each piece of art is matched with component literature; including poems, short stories, personal narratives, and episodes from the television show itselfWe invite you to explore this world of shadows, dark visions and tales of the supernatural.

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Kent Jolly

Showing: August 8 – TBA, 2017

Showing at: Salon 1757, located at 1757 Solano Ave. Albany CA

The photos here reflect a fascination with symmetry and it’s ability to suggest new lifeforms as well as abstract the subject. It creates a drone like resonance that I try to both embrace and break from.

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Sonja Hinrichsen: Cycles and Lines between Destiny and Decision

Showing: October 3 – 31, 2017

Artist Reception: Saturday, October 14, 5 – 7 pm

Artist Talk: Saturday, October 21, 5 – 7 pm

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Heather Capen: Sweets

Showing: August 1 – October 13, 2017

Showing at Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Ave Albany, CA

My paintings are a reflection on the underlying beauty of the places we see, and often don’t see, in our world.

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Call Me What You Want

Showing: September 3 – 30, 2017

Artist Reception: Saturday, September 16, 5 – 7 pm

Artist Talk with Eleanor Schnarr: Saturday, September 23, 5 – 7 pm

In these times of turmoil how can we as a society sit back and stay silent? Eight women artist cast a light through the shadows of unseen and unacknowledged biases, forcing society to examine treacherous paradigms with fresh eyes.

A group exhibition featuring works by Alyssa Stanghellini, Marnika Shelton, Lettie McGuire, Hellenmae, Olivia Chen, Zoe Boston, Eleanor Schnarr, and Natasha Dikareva.

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Gathering: A Venison Magazine Retrospective

Showing: July 5 – August 31, 2017

Reception: Saturday, July 15, 5 – 7 pm

Artist Talk: Saturday, August 12, 5 – 7 pm

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For this maiden voyage, we are gathering up the family for the very first Venison Magazine reunion.

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Eleanor Schnarr: Experimental Fragments

Showing: April 28 – August 7, 2017

Showing at: Salon 1757, located at 1757 Solano Ave. Albany CA

Schnarr’s new series depicts nebulous tableaus of abstraction, drawing the viewer into a fractal drama populated with seas of glowing red freckled and teal archipelagos circling endlessly in watery radiance.

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Michael McConnell: Alternative Forms of Domestication

Showing: May 20 – July 25, 2017

Showing at Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Ave Albany, CA

Making art is how Michael McConnell makes sense of the world and his forgotten childhood. Observing his own anxieties and awkwardness he creates visual narratives that examine loneliness, responsibility, and choice. In his work the innocence and vulnerability of children and animals is constrained. The stories unfold in the space between memory and nostalgia, and focus on the tension between youth and maturity.

Doug Lawler: The Island of Za

Showing: June 3 – 30, 2017

Reception: Saturday, June 10, 5 – 9 pm

This series of 100 original intaglio prints by local artist Doug Lawler tells a story without words.

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Albany High School Advanced Art Students Showcase

Showing: May 3 – 31, 2017

Reception: Saturday May 13, 5-7pm

The Abrams Claghorn Gallery is proud to partner with Albany High School for the third annual Advanced Art Students Showcase. Join us for this month long exhibit to see what the newest generation of artists are creating!

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Anna Vaughan at Grove Salon

Showing: March 24 – May 20, 2017

Showing at Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Ave Albany, CA

Abrams Claghorn Gallery is proud to continue collaborating with Grove Salon to show Anna Vaughan’s beautiful, surreal artwork inspired by nature.

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Alyssa Stanghellini: For What It’s Worth

Showing : March 7 – April 18

Showing at: Salon 1757, located at 1757 Solano Ave. Albany, CA 

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Zoë Boston: Black Gold


Showing: January 15 – March 15, 2017

Showing at: Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Avenue, Albany CA 


Reception: Saturday February 18, 6-7pm

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Abrams Claghorn is proud to continue collaborating with Grove Salon for our fourth show featuring the serene the bold, innovative and intriguing paintings by self-taught artist Zoe Boston.

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Kevin Proctor: Things in Bold

Showing: January 21 – February 28, 2017

Showing at: Salon 1757, located at 1757 Solano Ave. Albany CA 94706

Abrams Claghorn and Salon 1757 are proud to collaborate again to show the artwork of Kevin Proctor: Things in Bold.

Tali Grinshpan: Of Innocence and Experience

Showing: February 3 – 28

Reception: Saturday February 11, 5-7pm

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Abrams Claghorn is proud to present a new body of work by talented glass artist, Tali Grinshpan.

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Hellenmae: The Stuff Dreams are Made of

Showing: January 10 – 31, 2017

Artist Reception: Friday January 13,  5 – 9pm

As with our dreams, Hellenmae’s new works for The Stuff  Dreams are Made of have many layered meanings. Her work evokes themes of sustainability, decay, industrialism, extinction, conservation, and transformation. Each piece is interwoven to complete the complex narrative of this exhibit.

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Salma Arastu: Golden Moments

Showing: October 20 – January 15, 2017

Showing at: Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Avenue, Albany CA 94706

Abrams Claghorn is proud to continue collaborating with Grove Salon for our third show featuring the serene paintings of everyday life by Salma Arastu.

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Art of Seeing Group Exhibition

Showing: December 3 – 26, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday December 10, 5-7pm

Becky Jaffe’s advanced photography students seek to define how looking through the camera lens can change their perspective.

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Natasha Dikareva: Enter & Escape

Showing: November 3 – 30, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday November 12, 5-7pm

Natasha Dikareva’s work pushes the boundary between reality and imagination, bringing to life previously unknown creatures. In her sculptures, she offer a moment of contemplation, a glimpse of an unseen world, and a playful recombination of the familiar and the foreign.

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Elizabeth Addison: They Come from Outer Space

Showing: October 3 – 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday October 8, 5-7pm

Elizabeth Addison drew inspiration for her solo show, They Come from Outer Space, from Dr. Andrew Tomkin’s images of ancient fossilized micrometeorites, only a hair’s width in size.

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Rena Charles: Tree-N-A

Showing: August 20 – October 15, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday August 27, 6-8pm

Showing at: Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Avenue, Albany CA 94706

 After painting trees for many years, Rena Charles has been continually fascinated with capturing the expressions of certain trees that resonate with her. She believes that the trees she paints share the same root system, but much like humans, it is their ideologies, or “thought-DNA,” that separates them.

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Pamela Blotner: Menacing Beauty

Showing: September 3 – 30, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday September 10, 5-7pm

Pamela Blotner’s Menacing Beauty at its’ heart is an exhibit created to instill a love, appreciation and, ultimately, a desire to preserve wild spaces and animals. Inspired from her own travels around the globe, this show highlights Blotner’s own deep belief in land and species conservation.

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Amber Imrie-Situnayake: It’ll Do Rd.

Showing: August 3 – 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday August 13, 5-7pm

It’ll Do Rd  is a collection of work spanning the last 2 years, with the bulk of the show being shown for the first time. In this exhibit, Amber explores her homeland through different fibrous mediums. The show includes a video/ performance piece, wall works, and an interactive installation.  

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Anya Sophe Behn: Dreaming Space

Showing: July 3 – 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday July 9, 5-7pm

Anya Sophe Behn’s work in metal and wire explores the concept of the self and space. Her figurative wire sculptures border on realism and serve to transport the viewer into Behn’s conceptual world.

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Leah Tumerman: Variations on A Flying Thing

Showing: May 17 – July 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday June 3, 6-8pm at 
Grove Salon, 1483 Solano Ave, Albany CA 94706 

Abrams Claghorn is staging an exhibition for eight weeks at the Grove Salon, a local fixture on Solano Ave, featuring the whimsical works of Leah Tumerman.

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Albany High School Advanced Art Students Showcase

Showing: June 3 – 30, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday June 4, 5-8pm

Join us for the month long exhibit to see what the newest generation of artists are creating. The opening reception will feature a makers market in the grassy lot to the left of the gallery, food trucks, live music and a chance to meet and greet all the student artists!

Claudia Chapline: Water Works

Showing: May 4 – 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday May 14, 5-7pm

Claudia Chapline’s poetry often finds its way into her two-dimensional art, as it has for her upcoming exhibit at Abrams Claghorn Showroom. Aptly titled “Water Works,” the exhibit focuses on her intense connection to water, the ocean, and her continued belief in recycling and conserving natural resources.

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Michelle Gregor: Tributary 

Showing: April 3 – 30, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday April 9, 5-7pm

Art is a tributary that runs deep through the great, creative current of humanity. The process of sculpture in clay- with its slow beginning, heavy physicality, and transformation through both water and fire- is compelling.

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Anna Vaughan: My Darling 

Showing: April 3 – 30, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday April 9, 5-7pm

Performance times : Wednesdays & Saturdays, 1 – 5pm, thru April

My Darling is an exhibition of painting, sculpture and performance that investigates the quest for bliss. 

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Crossing to Safety 

Showing: March 3 -31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday March 12, 5-7

“Crossing to Safety” showcases works by eleven artists in the San Francisco Bay Area who draw and reflect upon their families journeys to, and settlement in, a new land. Featuring Bay Area Artists: Emmanuel Montoya, Judy Shintani, Priscilla Otani, Art Hazelwood, Salma Arastu, Sharon Siskin, Ernest Jolly, Judy Johnson-Williams, Patricia A. Montgomery, Anthony Julius Williams, and Rene Yanez.

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Stacy Jo Scott: Rise Out of the Scattered Deep

Showing: February 3 – 29, 2016
Artist Reception: Thursday February 4, 6-8pm

This exhibition, Rise Out of the Scattered Deep, borrows its’ title from The Golden Ass (Metamophoses) by Apuleius of Madauras. It emerged from a similar longing from the artist to understand her own experiences, both tangible and intangible

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Crimson: Valentine’s Day – A Little Darker Than Usual

Showing: February 3 – 29, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday February 13, 5-7 pm

This take on Valentine’s day will explore the changing nature of this holiday by seeing it through the dark filter of the holiday’s ever-changing nature.

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Greensmith: An Exchange Exhibition of Eco and Ethical Jewelry

Showing: January 5 – 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Saturday January 9, 5-7pm

This exhibition will address issues involved in ethical material selection, production techniques, design principles and the conceptual development of environmentally conscious ideas. 

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Elephant drawings

Bambi Waterman: Reflection
Showing: November 4 – 30, 2015

Artist Reception and Talk: Saturday November 14, 5-8pm

“An idea arising in the mind. Comment.Our Planet is in the throes of what Scientists call The Sixth Major Extinction, triggered not by a catastrophic and “unavoidable act of Nature” but by the impact of Human Society alone.”

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Modern Art Piece

Jennifer Brazelton: Bumpy Terrain
Showing: October 1 – November 3, 2015

Artist Talk: Saturday October 24, 5-8pm

Artist Jennifer Brazelton wants you to experience nationalism in new and unexpected ways.

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Sculpture of a child wearing a dance outfit

The September Show
Showing: September 1 – 30, 2015

Featuring Bay Area Artists: Margaret Keelan, Freya Prowe, Anna Vaughan, Crystal Morey, Michael McConnell, Danielle Schlunegger

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Contemporary painting of flowers

In The Garden
Showing: August 1 – 31, 2015

Featuring Bay Area Artists: Kent Jolly, Judith T. Irwin, Beth Roberts

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I Expected Flowers
Showing: July 1 – 30, 2015

Featuring Bay Area Artists: Sue Galaviz, Justin Moran, Daniel Velasco, C.S. Novus, John Palega

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abstract painting

Albany High School Advanced Art Student Show
Showing: June 1 – 31, 2015

Featuring nineteen students from the Advanced Art class at Albany High School.

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3 dimensional contemporary art

True Story
Showing: May 1 – 31, 2015

Featuring Bay Area Artists: Stella Furtado, Christine Trudeau, Arinthia Jones, Marnika Shelton, Melinda Gray

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April 11th Opening Preview Show
Showing: April 11 – 30, 2015

The Abrams Claghorn Gallery debut show, featuring over 30 local artist.

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