Meet Fun People & Enjoy Great Art! Help GRO by VOLUNTEERING.

Meet Fun People & Enjoy Great Art! Help GRO by VOLUNTEERING.

11101 Highway One, Ste. 1101
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956

Open 11 AM – 5 PM
Thursday – Monday

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GRO - Fortissimo Exhibition - June-July 2023

PRESS RELEASES for immediate release:
Contact Lisa Foote at lisa@galleryrouteone.org or 510.730.0594
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GALLERY ROUTE ONE EXHIBITION:
FORTISSIMO! Gallery Route One 2023 Annual Members’ Exhibition

On exhibit Saturday, June 17 to Sunday, July 23

In-Person Opening Reception: Saturday, June 17, 3:00 – 5:00 P.M. Artist talks begin at 3:30 P.M.

Virtual Exhibition Walk-Through will be available at www.galleryrouteone.org

The gallery is open to visitors Thursday to Monday, 11 – 5
The exhibition will soon be viewable online: www.galleryrouteone.org

SUMMARY:
Gallery Route One was founded forty years ago by twenty-five visionary and courageous West Marin artists. On this 40th Anniversary, Gallery Route One celebrates its strength and endurance with Fortissimo!, the 2023 installment of the annual members’ show. In the spirit of generosity, artist members have invited guest artists to exhibit alongside them, expanding the visual field and underlining the gallery’s commitment to presenting excellent and innovative contemporary art.

The range of works in this exhibition extend from classic painting to abstract multimedia works, sculpture, assemblage, and sculpture from regionally and nationally recognized artists.

The artists in the exhibition include artist members Charles Anselmo, Pat Augsburger, Austin Buckingham, Mary Mountcastle Eubank, Steven Hurwitz, Bruce Mitchell, Zea Morvitz, Bernie Schimbke, Will Thoms, Vickisa, and Ellen Vogel, as well as visiting artists Fariba Bogzaran, Mark Brodie, Gordon Byran, Lynn Canfield, Kathy De Rosas, PK Frizzell, Michael Gabriel, Renee Owen, Patricia Thomas, and Cynda Valle.


Gallery Route One offers a professional venue for artists and visitors alike and has been a vital force in West Marin since 1983 through contemporary shows and community outreach. Offering rotating exhibits by member artists, GRO also maintains its outreach programs: the Latino Photography Project, the Artists in the Schools Program, as well as exhibitions in the Visiting Artist Program, addressing environmental, immigration and social justice issues.

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