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The Harrington Gallery features the works of renowned visual artists of regional and national stature in painting, sculpture, installations, and conceptual art.
The Firehouse Arts Center Gallery is an approximately 2,000 square foot space divided into two rooms. The smaller room is part of the preserved original building with brick walls, while the larger gallery is part of the new construction spanning 1,240 square feet.
With vast wall space, beautiful wooden floors, moveable wall panels, and pedestals for 3D work, Harrington Gallery is an ideal space to showcase each of our featured artists.
Exhibit Dates: April 24 - May 25, 2013
Seventy-two works of art were selected for this exhibit and feature an exciting variety of paintings, photography, and sculpture by both emerging and accomplished artists from the greater Bay Area. Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell, the Burton and Deedee McMurtry Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs at the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, juried the exhibit.
Fresh Works 3rd Annual Open Juried Exhibition
Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center
April 24 - May 25, 2013
Nancy & Gary Harrington Award - $500
Kelly Michael Cannon – Big Oak Trail
Merit Awards - $200
Melissa Adkison – Los Musicos Verdes
Denny Holland - Talus
Yao-Pi Hsu - Celebration
Anna Instenes – Autumn Play
Zoya Scholis – Dog Park
Gregg Skuce – 9 of Hearts
Nancy Scotto – Internal Growth
Honorable Mention – Ribbon & Certificate
Glenyse Henschel – Big Fish, Little Pond
Josie O’Malley – Fantasy Forest I
Erika Richert – Stephen Hawking No. 2
Stan Vierk – Old Fiddler in Red Chair
Thanks to the following volunteers for the Fresh Works exhibit, who are amazing, appreciated, and who make it possible to do what we do here at the Firehouse Arts Center!
Receiving – Joyce Berger, Kelly Cousins, Anne Emery, Sandra Hammond & Nora Sabhlok
Gallery Reception – Joyce Berger, Karen Carnahan, Nora Sabhlok
Gallery Attendants – Joyce Berger, Nancy Combs, Anne Emery, Sonal Shah,
Melissa Spaulding, and Fay Thomas
Artist Nicole Wakeman
Pleasanton artist, Nicole Wakeman, will have a collection of her paintings on display in the Firehouse Arts Center through May 25.
Artist Marion Coleman
Beginning May 8, Castro Valley artist Marion Coleman will return to the Firehouse Arts Center with an exhibit in the lobby of large art wall quilts celebrating the contributions of the African American Cowboy. Timely, as it's the season of rodeos in the area, including Rowell Ranch Rodeo the third week in May and Livermore Rodeo June 8th and 9th.
Each month a Pleasanton Art League artist is featured on the PAL wall which was dedicated in memory of Nancy Thompson. It is located upstairs across from the elevator and stairway.
Member Bonnie Krichbaum's paintings will be on view through May 25.