CURRENT EXHIBIT

Currently in the Harrington Gallery

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March 7th to April 11th, 2015

Opening Reception Wednesday, March 11th, 7-9pm. FREE, donations always appreciated

This colorful exhibit with works by 8 Bay Area artists, will explore the balance of order in the midst of chaos. Sculpture Melissa Woodburn will show her work alongside the group of artists known as the abstract7Donna Orme, Rajiv Khilnani, James Ong, Belinda Lima, Vera Tchikovani, Yao-pi Hsu, and Karen Wong.

“Birth of the Elements-Water” by Vera Tchikovani

Lobby and Hallway Exhibits

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SPECIAL EXHIBITION Honoring Our Firefighters

February 23 to April 4

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 and Robin Purcell’s watercolors are a series of landscapes she has painted on location since the devastating 2014 Mt. Diablo fire.

The artwork is on display in the lobby and hallway during the Firehouse Arts Center’s open hours and prior to theater events.

Come and meet the artists Wednesday, March 11, from 7-9 pm, and enjoy the Harrington Gallery’s abstract art exhibition, “Order & Chaos” while you are here.

Exhibits are Free—donations appreciated.

Pleasanton Art League Wall

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Nicole Wakeman

February 4th through March 4th, 2015

Nicole Wakeman‘s highly chromatic and textural abstracts are now on view on the PAL Wall at the Firehouse Arts Center. Nicole’s statement regarding her work: “I create art to draw the viewer in for a good long stay, to linger and discover the work’s individual elements are as compelling as the whole. My high-chroma abstractions are designed to connect with the viewer, to elicit an up-close interaction with the materials, and an experience of emotion from a distance. The visual energy and complexity in my work springs from the alchemy of color, texture, movement and depth.”