Current Exhibitions

Self-Reflective Portraits by 8th Grade Grads

Congratulations to the 8th grade graduating class of West Marin School In 2020, as in previous years, Eighth Grade students at West Marin School made portraits of themselves in Frida Kahlo style, through Gallery Route One’s Artists in the Schools Program (AIS). The...

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Xander Weaver-Scull

I am passionate about creating non-didactic, inspiring artwork of threatened and endangered species that cannot to speak on their own behalf. Through the use of freehand-drawn and cut stencils, watercolor, and homemade inks and paints from natural...

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Charles Anselmo

Within the fabric of our cities are abandoned places which prompt complex questions concerning design, motivation and waste. I photograph the strange dissonances of this forgotten urban landscape, attempting to understand how memory changes perception as...

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Marie-Luise Klotz

Connected Earth considers how trees are connected as one single organism that is whole in and of itself, yet are seen as separate entities to the human eye. A forest functions as an invisible network in which trees communicate, warn and nourish each other...

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Jenny-Lynn Hall

I make texture driven, abstract painting, realized in both plaster and oils.While living in Italy, I started experimenting with a technique that combines painting, drawing, and plaster. This allows me to take advantage of the structural integrity of...

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Steven Hurwitz

It’s the simple pleasures that contribute mightily to fulfillment. Ones like a warm July day, hanging around with good friends and family in one of the original Beach Houses at Stinson. Pretty much unchanged from the ’40s which is when I’m guessing it was...

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Bruce Mitchell

Making art is something I absolutely have to do because it fills my life with a delight like nothing else. What makes that experience so fulfilling for me is exploring the connection between my feelings for the material and the sense of discovery that...

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Igor Sazevich

An old woman approaches, saying "You're sitting at my table. What are you doing?"Thinking of a painting I'm going to do.""And what is that?""Being in a silent void.""Ahhh…"

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Spring 2020, online exhibition

Dear Friends, During this shelter at home period, our physical gallery is closed but we're presenting Spring 2020, an online exhibition where you can meet Gallery Route One's artist members.

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Zea Morvitz

Drawing can be both an inward and a purposeful practice. But I want to get away from specific purpose, so I start off with random marks. A graphite frottage captures the rough surface of a rock onto paper. I then approach the paper, pen in hand. And each...

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Vickisa

I love color, and use it with abandon. I have always been an artist. I see faces in the clouds.  My art is personal, things happening in my life, surroundings, or my mind.  Some take the form of admonitions like this Waiting series that started as drawings...

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Tim Graveson

I consider my work conceptual photography with a performance aspect. For several years I have been placing books in certain environments and then photographing them. Often the environment is “natural.” The session begins when I place a book in a specific...

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Mimi Abers

Art you madeArt you shall become.That's the lesson I've learnt..We're not made of stardustOr particlesOr a billion atoms runningUp and down our system.No.Art is what we're made of..Art is what we aspire to do..Art is what we inhaleand exhale..Art is...

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Mary Mountcastle Eubank

A sensuous relationship to the natural world is the subject. I want to imagine a replica of a landscape that is not an imitation, but a reflection of my inner response to landscape and place. 

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Diana Marto

I am an installation and performance artist.  I love to sing, dance, paint the moment alive while being in nature.

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Joe Fox

The process of casting a form combines many different skills that all come together in a single moment as the liquid material is poured into the mold. The commonplace object, once remade, is transformed beyond its original familiar existence which was...

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Bernie Schimbke

I’ve always sought out crayons, pencils and paper to scribble, sketch and draw as a child and that creative spark has carried me throughout my life. My focus in watercolor has been to continue that passion through washes and shapes with brilliant color for...

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Austin Buckingham

When looking at one of my pieces either monumental or modest in scale, I want you to sense that the particular and universal are accessible to you, and are also present in every living thing, every person that you see. To recognize unfathomable uniqueness...

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Marna Clarke

I began photographing in 1972 after having dreamt I was a photographer.  I was 32 at the time, living in NYC, married with two small boys.  I took pictures of everything, eventually finding that people interested me the most.  Taking portraits is...

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Will Thoms

I want each painting to have a clear physical presence and to come forward from its place on the wall to meet you, the viewer. There is no illusion and no reference to anything beyond the thing itself. The driving impulse for me is always one of hopeful,...

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