Past Art Exhibits

Stillness and Movement

By |2023-07-12T09:54:13-07:00March 30th, 2023|

April - June 2023
The art of Beth Fein and Martin Webb encourages you to pause and reflect. Their finely balanced compositions create tension between calm and energy. Opening Reception on May 4.

Art of the African Diaspora

By |2023-03-30T10:01:07-07:00January 13th, 2023|

January - March 2023
The Art of the African Diaspora presents the work of emerging and established African American artists and, in the process, builds a creative community of artists and art lovers.


By |2023-01-13T17:28:14-08:00September 7th, 2022|

October - December 2022
The art of Dobee Snowber and Lisa Levine reflects on the buoyancy of water by capturing the transformative moments when the equilibrium of the world shifts.

Elemental Beauty

By |2021-07-19T09:42:05-07:00April 7th, 2021|

April - June 2021
Explore the mesmerizing work of Richmond-based artist, Stephen Bruce who uses a variety of acids to paint on metal surfaces. Join us for a virtual artist reception on April 29.


By |2021-04-07T14:38:38-07:00December 29th, 2020|

January - March 2021
Explore the Earthsuit series of Ian Cion. Join us for a virtual artist reception on Thursday, January 21.

The Great Oaks

By |2021-01-11T14:19:30-08:00November 20th, 2020|

December 2020
Explore the Great Oaks of California through the paintings of Adam Wolpert. You'll discover a deep connection to nature and a profound understanding of relationships.

Strange Beauty

By |2022-07-06T13:51:24-07:00October 28th, 2020|

November 2020
Join us on a journey into the strange and beautiful worlds of Katie McCann. Her imaginative collages of creatures, plants, and people will delight you.

Pieced Together

By |2022-07-06T13:58:36-07:00January 10th, 2020|

January - July 2020 When pieced together, two elements become something completely new. Christine Meuris, Scott Idleman, and Deborah Benioff Friedman are masters of pattern and form.


By |2021-01-27T16:06:09-08:00January 27th, 2019|

January - March 2019
Mapping allows us to see how the world in and around us is connected and how and where we fit in its scheme.