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

The LIST: May 18- 24
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The LIST: May 18- 24

Trash Rock Thursday at Pour House Gather your beach shorts and sunglasses, it’s Trash Rock Thursday! On Thursday, May 19, starting at 9 PM, Pour House (1910 Q Street) is hosting their annual Trash Rock Thursday. This week is going to feature DJ’s Sven Olai and Hans White, who will be spinning surf rock, punk, … Continue reading

Fragmentary Images: Christie Noh’s Things Whose Purpose Is Slowness
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Fragmentary Images: Christie Noh’s Things Whose Purpose Is Slowness

According to the exhibit description at Christie Noh’s current solo show at the Warehouse Artist Lofts Public Market, “[Noh’s] paintings show simple, mundane experiences of the human condition.” While Noh may illustrate mundane human experiences, the paintings in the exhibit, titled “Things Whose Purpose Is Slowness,” are anything but ordinary. Within her fictional environments, which … Continue reading