Currently in the Harrington Gallery
June 24 to July 22, 2015
Featuring artists Lisa Hochstein, Jon Kerpel, Beverly Rayner, and Nga Trinh. Using cast off and discarded materials to create sophisticated fine art pieces, these four artists have a unique and subtle ability to engage the viewer in thinking about the objects we as a society amass and what we so casually throw away.
Lobby and Hallway Exhibits
Now through August 26, 2015
Of William Rushton‘s work, Mark Van Proyen said, “…when left to its own devices, the eye will seek pleasure, and in special circumstances, it will seek pleasure within pleasure by compounding those moments when special splendor can be found amid the normal everyday splendor of California’s famously paradisiacal climate. It is in the registry and recreation of this special splendor that William Rushton’s paintings distinguish themselves. Clearly, his world is one where color reigns supreme, and for that reason, we naturally want to live in the state of luxuriant peace that it offers. Certainly, the figures that we see in his paintings live in that world.” You can see William Rushton’s luxuriously painted pictures in the lobby and upstairs alcove of the Firehouse Arts Center.
Victoria Veedell: Atmospheric Conditions
Now through Sept. 5, 2015
Victoria Veedell‘s colorful, light filled landscape paintings are on display in the downstairs hallway and upstairs alcove of the Firehouse Arts Center.
Pleasanton Art League Wall
Through August 1, 2015
PAL Member, Rekha Joshi, will be on display at the Firehouse Arts Center through Aug. 1, 2015. Rekha’s work is a lively mix of styles, subject matter, and media.
All Firehouse Art Exhibits are Free—donations cheerfully accepted