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At the Gallery

December 2015

Second Saturday Art Walk // December 12th 2015, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

December 2-23

Abstract: A Change in Perception

Red Dot Gallery is pleased to present the final theme-oriented group exhibition for the 2015 exhibition season; Abstract: a Change in Perception. At the start of the twentieth century, European artists were making the shift to abstraction, by creating intimately scaled paintings that were analytical and lyrical. During the post-modern era, a group of American artists challenged the intellectual premise of early modern abstraction, and approached nonobjective painting with a primal, violent impulse; resulting in large, gestural paintings that were “bigger than life.” Abstract: a Change in Perception reaches back to the innovations of early twentieth century modern painting, and shines light on the fact that art does not need to be large, or over-the-top, to be powerful. Participating artists include Seren Moran (San Francisco), Willie Marlowe (New York), Mark Eanes (Benicia), Linda Welch (Iowa), Pablo Galvan (Sacramento) and Lisa Kreuziger (London UK), among others.


Art Room Showcase

The gallery is also pleased to present a special Art Room Showcase of contemporary ceramics by the faculty and students of the CSUS Ceramics Department; comprising of Scott Parady, Dania Lukey, Sean Bill, Laura Rasmussen, Matt Sloan and Robyn Brakel. Also on display are the intimately scaled still life paintings of Oregon-based artist Katia Kyte, the intricate assemblage pieces of San Francisco artist Laurie Vanina and a mixed-media collage piece by Sacramento-based artist Meech Miyagi.

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