10TH ANNUAL OPEN INTERNATIONAL ONLINE EXHIBITION

Jack Richeson and Co. Award

What if the formal foundations for abstraction and non-objective art had developed organically alongside classical naturalism, beginning with the early Renaissance at the start of the 15th century? What if the formal foundations for ..

WAVE, BURST, BRICK

Gina Borg and Sienna Ko, a conversation. 

January 9 - February 9, 2019, George Lawson Gallery

George Lawson Gallery is pleased to announce the pairing of two Bay Area-based painters, Gina Borg and Sienna Ko. Both painters work in a mode that could in one sense be considered a lineage of pointillism, building out color structures through cellular distributions.  Selected paintings ..

33RD ANNUAL EMERYVILLE

ART EXHIBITION

October 6 - October 28, 2018

The 32nd Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition celebrates the work of Emeryville artists and includes paintings, sculpture, photographs, prints, textiles, ceramics, glassworks and poetry. The sheer number and array of artists living or working in Emeryville illustrates the city’s cultural vibrancy and provides an impressive  ..

INTERPLAY

Interplay: Sienna Ko Solo Exhibition

September 21 - October 5, 2017, Studio 301 NYC

 

In her first New York solo show, Sienna Ko presents her latest iteration of work addressing the Interplay of values as they relate to conflict and balance. Curated by André Smith, Interplay brings the discourse that accompanies Sienna’s art into the public forum as a means to facilitate art intervention in search of ..

MAKING CONNECTION

An Exhibition of Artists Working in Queens.

August 31 - October 1, 2017, Plaxall Gallery

GEOFORM

July 13 - August 18, 2017, JanKossen Contemporary

 

Celebrating abstract art that is based on the use of geometric forms, sometimes seen as a non-illusionistic space and combined into non-objective (non-representational) compositions, the exhibition GEOFORM explores the genre of contemporary non-objective abstraction, created using a variety of mediums ..

NEMO: SQAURE

August 13 - August 19, 2014, Ara Art Center

 

The exhibition, Nemo: Square, explores the basic form of a square, created using a variety of mediums. This exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, installation, book design and digital media.