Sun Gallery Art Show, Climate Change, A Compassionate Connection thru June 5.

Reflecting Pool, a Sculpture – Mixed Media by Jon Kerpel fascinates young art aficionado

 

SUN GALLERY OPENING MAY 1 2021

Part 1

The new Sun Gallery Show titled Climate Change, A Compassionate Connection started off with a first rate opening on May 1 with seventeen artists showing mixed media, installations, assemblage, photography, sun printing and oil and acrylic paintings. The show will continue thru June 5.  The gallery will be open only on Fridays and Saturdays from 11am to 4pm.  The energy was totally dynamic.  Following Images are of areas and later on I will highlight some of the individual work.

Time Ticking for Great Egrets & Remnants by Marjorie Lynne Wagner, Earth Tower by Jon Kerpel and Koala Madonna by Nina Starr
 
Overview looking from Nesting by Peter Langenbach  past the Dangling Fish to other works.

 

  • Overview with Ice Bridge by Janet Brugos, Sandhill Cranes Landscape by Sarah Sammis, Spirit of the Birches by Dorsi Diaz and Penny by Judy Rodriguez, an Assemblage.

     

  • The Greatest Show on Earth by Peter Langenback, Ice Bridge by Janet Brugos and Sandhill Cranes Landscape by Sarah Sammis.
    Coral Reef 2 by Sharon DeVetter (Acrylic)

The artwork was arranged with great care and sense of both color and subject.  Intersperced with installation

Blue Field of Clover by Reana Turner (Sun Printing) Ice Stripes, Ice Arch and Ice Cave by Janet Brugos (Mixed Media)

 

The reception was held in the spacious outside area where tables and chairs were set up to make social distancing quite easy.  Beverages and individually wrapped nibbles provided a great way to relax and exchange points of view on the wonderful, colorful and innovative art.   I am very pleased to be a part of this show.

I will follow up in my next post by highlighting some individual work. 

Reminder that the show will continue thru June 5, 2021.  The Sun Gallery is located at 1015 E Street, Hayward, CA.  The Gallery hours are Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4pm.  Masks are required indoors.

 

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