Artists in Conversation: Cracking Nutshells, Night 2
Aug
29
5:30 PM17:30

Artists in Conversation: Cracking Nutshells, Night 2

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Join us for an evening conversation with a group of four talented artists as they discuss their original works of fine art featured in the exhibition Cracking Nutshells at DZINE Gallery. Artists Emilia Burchiellaro, Ronald Chase, Lucky Rapp & Nikki Vismara will share the methods and inspirations behind their works creatively exclusively for the show.

Our Artists in Conversation series strives to build community and open a dialogue between artists and with the public through curated talks in our gallery. 

Curated by Philip Bewley, the Cracking Nutshells exhibition explores themes of construction and deconstruction in various mediaThe exhibition features work by 32 San Francisco Bay Area artists, with a number of commissioned works created exclusively for the show, including large-scale installations and more intimate works. The works of art are concerned with form, geometry and information systems; the subversion of worlds turned upside-down; questioning where construction and deconstruction meet; and examining the process of creating art itself.

Cracking Nutshells is on view at DZINE Gallery through October 2018.

Reception starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a discussion at 6 PM.
Prosecco will be served.

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Artists in Conversation: Cracking Nutshells, Night 1
Jul
25
5:30 PM17:30

Artists in Conversation: Cracking Nutshells, Night 1

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Join us for an evening conversation with a group of four talented artists as they discuss their original works of fine art featured in the exhibition Cracking Nutshells at DZINE Gallery. Mixed media artists Mimi Herbert, Carrie Ann Plank, Howard Hersh and Laura Hapka will share the methods and inspirations behind their works creatively exclusively for the show.

This is the first in a series of three evening conversations that will take place over the next three months. Each conversation will feature a different group of artists.

Our Artists in Conversation series strives to build community and open a dialogue between artists and with the public through curated talks in our gallery. 

Curated by Philip Bewley, the Cracking Nutshells exhibition explores themes of construction and deconstruction in various mediaThe exhibition features work by 32 San Francisco Bay Area artists, with a number of commissioned works created exclusively for the show, including large-scale installations and more intimate works. The works of art are concerned with form, geometry and information systems; the subversion of worlds turned upside-down; questioning where construction and deconstruction meet; and examining the process of creating art itself.

Cracking Nutshells is on view at DZINE Gallery through October 2018.

Reception starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a discussion at 6 PM.
Prosecco will be served.

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DZINE Gallery Presents: "Cracking Nutshells" Opening Night Party
May
4
6:00 PM18:00

DZINE Gallery Presents: "Cracking Nutshells" Opening Night Party

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DZINE Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Cracking Nutshellsa group exhibition exploring themes of construction and deconstruction in various mediaCurated by Philip Bewley, the exhibition features work by 32 San Francisco Bay Area artists, with a number of commissioned works created exclusively for the show, including large-scale installations and more intimate works. The works of art in Cracking Nutshells are concerned with form, geometry and information systems; the subversion of worlds turned upside-down; questioning where construction and deconstruction meet; and examining the process
of creating art itself.

Combined with this group show is the solo exhibition Mimi Herbert: My CountryAcclaimed artist and sculptor Mimi Herbert presents a new series of silkscreened acrylic-formed flag sculptures created especially for this exhibition. Herbert has reinterpreted the imagery of the American flag and others by selectively changing colors and symbols and reforming them into shapes and folds that create new meaning, formal beauty and is a celebration of and a call to action for peace, inclusion and tolerance.

During the opening night reception, San Francisco’s award-winning Opera Parallèle will perform throughout
the evening, inaugurating the company’s six-month residency at DZINE. Choreographer Amy Seiwert of the Sacramento Ballet will collaborate with Opera Parallèle to provide an accompanying dance to the musical performance. Pop-up dance performances by RAWdance will also take place throughout the gallery during
the evening.

DZINE Gallery welcomes Dana Harel as our artisan “maker” in residence, who will be presenting a new series of unique plaster deconstructed vessels as well as porcelain vases.

Exhibiting artists in Cracking Nutshells: Emilia Burchiellaro, Ronald Chase, Diane Tate DallasKidd, Paule Dubois Dupuis, Austin Forbord, Laura Hapka, Dana Harel, Jeanne Hauser, Howard Hersh, Scott Idleman, Gina Jacupke, Nina Katz, Sasinun Kladpetch, Barbara Bryn Klare, Yoko Kubrick, Sharon Kyle Kuhn, Ellen Markoff, Adia Millett, Leslie Morgan, Sherry Parker, Lauren Parks, Jenny Phillips, Carrie Ann Plank, Silvia Poloto, Lucky Rapp, Rachelle Reichert, Georgina Reskala, Kenneth Sloan, Gioi Tran, Nikki Vismara, Victoria Welling
and Quinn Wharton.

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Artists in Conversation: Tracks and Echoes. Night 3
Mar
28
5:30 PM17:30

Artists in Conversation: Tracks and Echoes. Night 3

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Join us for an evening conversation with a group of four talented artists as they discuss their original works of fine art featured in the exhibition Tracks and Echoes at DZINE Gallery. Artists Paule Dubois Dupuis, Laura Hapka, Melissa Parhm and Victoria Welling will share the methods and inspirations behind their works that include painting on canvas, silverpoint on panel, resin work and mixed media.

Our Artists in Conversation series strives to build community and open a dialogue between artists and with the public through curated talks in our gallery. 

Curated by Philip Bewley, the Tracks and Echoes exhibition explores visual, temporal, and spatial dimensions using line and repetition in works of fine art. An additional theme reflects the timing of the show from winter to spring and the moods of these seasons found in the poetry of classic Japanese haiku, where the words "tracks” and "echoes" could be “kigo” or seasonal words. In this tradition, winter is a subject of memory; of things stripped to their elements, and an expression of an exquisite, if spare, beauty. The show progresses from the quiet, yet intense beauty of winter, to more polychrome works that suggest the stirrings of spring and the eternal cycle of renewal. 

Tracks and Echoes is on view at DZINE Gallery through April 2018.

Reception starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a discussion at 6 PM.
Prosecco will be served.

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Artists in Conversation: Tracks and Echoes, Night 2
Feb
28
5:30 PM17:30

Artists in Conversation: Tracks and Echoes, Night 2

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Join us for an evening conversation with a group of four talented artists as they discuss their original works of fine art featured in the exhibition Tracks and Echoes at DZINE Gallery. Artists Barbara Bryn Klare, Howard Hersh, Carrie Ann Plank and Diane Tate DallasKidd will share the methods and inspirations behind their works that include textile art, works on paper, mixed media, printmaking and painting. 

This is the second in a series of three evening conversations that will take place over the next three months. Each conversation will feature a different group of artists.

Our Artists in Conversation series strives to build community and open a dialogue between artists and with the public through curated talks in our gallery. 

Curated by Philip Bewley, the Tracks and Echoes exhibition explores visual, temporal, and spatial dimensions using line and repetition in works of fine art. An additional theme reflects the timing of the show from winter to spring and the moods of these seasons found in the poetry of classic Japanese haiku, where the words "tracks” and "echoes" could be “kigo” or seasonal words. In this tradition, winter is a subject of memory; of things stripped to their elements, and an expression of an exquisite, if spare, beauty. The show progresses from the quiet, yet intense beauty of winter, to more polychrome works that suggest the stirrings of spring and the eternal cycle of renewal. 

Tracks and Echoes is on view at DZINE Gallery through April 2018.

Reception starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a discussion at 6 PM.
Prosecco will be served.

 

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Artists In Conversation: Tracks and Echoes
Jan
31
5:30 PM17:30

Artists In Conversation: Tracks and Echoes

Join us for an evening conversation with a group of six talented artists as they discuss their original works of fine art featured in the exhibition Tracks and Echoes at DZINE Gallery. Artists Austin Forbord, Lauren Parks, Lucky Rapp, Rachelle Reichert, Georgina Reskala and Tabitha Soren will share the methods and inspirations behind their works that include video, contemporary photography and mixed media.

This is the first in a series of three evening conversations that will take place over the next three months. Each conversation will feature a different group of artists.

Tracks and Echoes is on view at DZINE Gallery through April 2018.

Reception starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a discussion at 6 PM.
Prosecco will be served.

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Tracks and Echoes Opening Night
Oct
27
6:00 PM18:00

Tracks and Echoes Opening Night

DZINE Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition, Tracks and Echoes. Curated by Philip Bewley, the exhibition showcases new works of art in various media by 22 San Francisco Bay Area artists, with a number of commissioned works created exclusively for the show. For Tracks and Echoes, the artists explore visual, temporal and spatial dimensions using line and repetition in works of fine art.
 
During the opening night reception, countertenor Matheus Court and pianist Keisuke Nakagoshi from San Francisco’s award-winning Opera Parallèle will perform throughout the evening, inaugurating the company’s six-month residency at DZINE. To end her residency from the previous show, choreographer Amy Seiwert of the Sacramento Ballet will collaborate with Opera Parallèle to provide an accompanying dance to the musical performance. The music will be expressed as an audio-visual performance in collaboration with NOS Visuals of Future Fires, projected onto the walls above the performers for a truly multidimensional, multimedia experience.

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Artists In Conversation: BURNING BRIGHT / Designer Night!
Jul
19
5:30 PM17:30

Artists In Conversation: BURNING BRIGHT / Designer Night!

Join us for an evening conversation with a group of five talented artists as they discuss their original works of fine art featured in the exhibition BURNING BRIGHT at DZINE Gallery. Artists Stuart Gilchrist, Marta Johansen, Christopher Stark, Mado Todd-Morel and Gioi Tran are also acclaimed designers in the fields of interior design, interior design photography and industrial design. This evening will explore the synthesis and merging between fine art and design.

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Reception starts at 5:30 PM, followed by a discussion at 6 PM
Prosecco will be served

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BURNING BRIGHT: Opening Reception
Apr
28
6:00 PM18:00

BURNING BRIGHT: Opening Reception

Join us on April 28 for the opening night reception of DZINE Gallery's new group exhibition, BURNING BRIGHT. The show is a result of recent conversations with local artists who are refocusing their practice in a time of political upheaval. The work produced for this show reflects their process of looking inward and expressing their own personal, spiritual and political voices.

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