Tectonic Cloud by Tess Gallagher Opens First Friday of March.
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Tectonic Cloud by Tess Gallagher Opens First Friday of March.

Tess Gallagher is a visual artist based in Northern California. She received her Bachelors of Art in Art Studio from California State University, Sacramento in 2014. Her creative practice is centered around the development of drawings that are further informed by her installation. Her gestures are directly connected to the movements found in nature. She … Continue reading

Artist Andy Cunningham talks about ‘Aporetic.”
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Artist Andy Cunningham talks about ‘Aporetic.”

Andy Cunningham’s current show ‘Aporetic’ is hanging at the WAL Public Market Gallery throughout the month of February.  Andy’s work explores surrealism and celebrates color, line, form, and space. In an interview with the Sacramento Art History Consortium, he described his creative process as …” a mix of experimentation and scientific study…” We had a … Continue reading

Dropping Anchor at the (First) First Festival
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Dropping Anchor at the (First) First Festival

Over Memorial Day weekend, TUBE. had the opportunity to drop anchor at the inaugural First Festival in West Sacramento’s River Walk Park. The festival featured 18 local bands on three stages. The Main Stage was lined up with bands like Whiskey & Stitches, D.U.S.T., A Mile Till Dawn, and Humble Wolf. The Yelp Stage featured … Continue reading

TUBE. Presents: The Circus.  Freaks, Geeks and Things You Can’t Unsee. 2015
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TUBE. Presents: The Circus. Freaks, Geeks and Things You Can’t Unsee. 2015

It’s that time of year again! Come get weird with us on Friday, May 15th at The Blue Lamp, in Sacramento CA, for The Circus: Freaks, Geeks and Things You Can’t Un-See. The Circus is a variety show full of freakish talents, local art, music, games, pretty girls and good times. Doors open at 7:30. … Continue reading

Being an Art Weirdo with Jared Konopitski
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Being an Art Weirdo with Jared Konopitski

We caught up with Jared Konopitski, a local Sacramento artist, to ask about the inspiration for his art and career. Konopitski’s recent artwork has been inspired by multiple things, including: vibrant colors, strange tales, and things that live under rocks. He tends to work with a wide variety of medias like watercolor and ink, but his favorites are Play Doh … Continue reading

A Man Under Construction: The Work and Community Outreach of Jim Shepherd
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A Man Under Construction: The Work and Community Outreach of Jim Shepherd

There comes a time for all artists, no matter the medium, when they find themselves struggling with what they are trying to convey or express. Sacramento artist Jim Shepherd was no exception. The struggle is not a failure for Shepherd, but a challenge to overcome in order to keep doing what he loves: painting. His … Continue reading

An Artistic Collaboration with the Dead: Breathing New Life into Vintage Portraits
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An Artistic Collaboration with the Dead: Breathing New Life into Vintage Portraits

For the months of February and March, the quaint cottage-like coffee shop, Insight, features Logan Fessler’s “No Past, No Future” solo exhibit. Antique portraits collaged with vibrant paint and mounted on found wood compliment the white cobblestone walls of this downtown coffee shop. While the 24 pieces on display range in complex composition and size, … Continue reading