April 16 – May 22, 2022 – A collaborative interactive exhibition of a large-scale video installation with sound, photographs, works on paper, and sculpture about the climate change effecting our oceans and forests. The exhibited work is by collaborating artists Anitta Toivio of Finland and Dotti Cichon of California.
April 16 – May 22, 2022 – Unspoken Thing includes a selection of oil paintings that explore themes of personal, sentimental, and tender memories of home, the comfort and beauty of the common landscape, painful histories, and the anxieties of living in a world forever altered by climate change.
March 5-April 10, 2022 – Jenny-Lynn Hall specializes in texture-driven, abstract painting realized in both plaster and oils, challenging the notion that there is a necessary division between the decorative and fine arts.
March 5-April 10, 2022 – A new exhibition of sculpture, printmaking, photography, textiles and drawing, Skin; Everybody Has One features work by Robin Dintiman.
March 5-April 10, 2022 – To Have or to Have Not contrasts chandeliers with homeless tents to illuminate the widening gap between wealth and poverty.
December 11, 2021—January 16, 2022 Addressing the myriad perils of our recent times, Gallery Route One artist Mimi Abers presents an exhibit of clay and cast glass sculptures entitled There is Danger Everywhere: In the Time of the Pandemic.
December 11, 2021—January 16, 2022 Mitchell’s upcoming exhibit at Gallery Route One, Mixing It Up, fuses the artist’s personal legacy and long history as a wood sculptor with the innovation of new themes.
December 11, 2021—January 16, 2022 Vitality, a video/sound piece by Ashley Garr, focuses on burned but surviving trees, revealing the resilience and vitality of California’s most emblematic tree, the redwood.