Currently in the Harrington Gallery
Opening May 2- FRESH WORKS V
May 2 through June 6
Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony Saturday May 2nd, 1-3pm
FRESH WORKS V is a varied and lively show with 72 Bay Area artists represented. Join us for the Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony on May 2, 1-3pm at the Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center. The winner of the Nancy and Gary Harrington Award will be announced, along with winners for awards of Merit and Honorable Mention.
This year’s artists: Jenny Balisle, Kaethe Bealer, Robin Bowes, Alyssa Casey, Loralee Chapleau, Tehchi Chien, Jane Corich, Valerie Corvin, Barbara Daggett, Patricia Devitt, Marianne Eisberg, Sue Evans, Niloufar Farzam, Judy Feins, George Garbarino, Linda Garbarino, Anna George, Steffi Gross, Dmitry Grudsky, Juanita Hagberg, Sally Haig, Lynn Hall, Marian Sims Harris,Susan Helmer, Marilyn Hill, Linda Hopwood, Robert Huberman, Carol Husslein, Linda Jeffery Sailors, Angela Johal, Marti Keeth, Kyong Ae Kim, Franki Kohler, Debbie Koone, Lorraine Lawson, Robyn Leimer, Vincent Liu, Amy Liu, Carolyn Lord, Ed Lucey, Peggy Magovern, Claudette McDermott, Ruth Miller, Maralyn Miller, Patty Montgomery, Rob Nye, Laura Ortiz-Spiegel, Denise Oyama Miller, David Pilosof, Rahul Prasad, Reagan Pufall, Grace Rankin, Carol Rienecker, Ron Rigge, Jill Stevenson Ritter, Mike Robles, Maria Grazia Romeo, Wes Rut, Andre Salvador, Tatiana Salvator, Holly Savas, Joyce Savre, Mario Scharmer, Jan St. Onge, John Trimingham, Cecelia Wambach,Carolyn WarmSun, Julia Watson, Norma Webb, Doyle Wegner, and Kathryn Wills
May 8 and 9, 2015
To coincide with FRESH WORKS V, local floral designers will install floral works inspired by works of art in the gallery. This wonderful display also overlaps the Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council art event in downtown Pleasanton on May 9th called the Big Draw.
Lobby and Hallway Exhibits
SPECIAL EXHIBITION Honoring Our Firefighter
Extended by Popular Demand
The Firehouse Arts Center was home to Pleasanton’s first firefighters. This exhibition hearkens back to the original purpose of this building in an attempt to honor the generations of firefighters who served the community. Vincent Liu’s large format oil paintings depict firefighters in action. Vincent’s work will be on display through April 23. Robin Purcell’s watercolors are a series of landscapes she has painted on location since the devastating 2014 Mt. Diablo fire; Robin’s exhibit runs through April 29th.
The artwork is on display in the lobby and hallway during the Firehouse Arts Center’s open hours and prior to theater events.
Pleasanton Art League Wall
The vibrant and abstract works of PAL artist, Lenore Kreit, are now on exhibit on the PAL Wall of the Firehouse Arts Center through May 2nd. Come meet Lenore at the artists’ reception for FRESH WORKS, May 2nd, 1-3pm
All Firehouse Art Exhibits are Free—donations cheerfully accepted