"If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him."
April 24 - June 30 2017
Irving Guyer lived a full artistic life, working for the WPA in the ‘30s, mounting solo shows in New York in the ‘60s, and experimenting in San Francisco in the ‘70s and ‘80s. In the latter part of his career, living in the Sierra Foothills, and with diminishing eyesight, he produced some of his strongest work. Stripped of excess, it explores the border between nature and abstraction.
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Irving Guyer Selected Works 2007-2011 Opening Reception
Thursday, May 4, 2017
Join us for an evening celebrating the selected works of Irving Guyer (1916-2012) on exhibit at our office gallery from April 24. Help us celebrate him and his work with an the evening of great art, good conversation, and delicious food and wine. Bring a Friend. Share the Word.
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Art Nourishes Community
We are deeply rooted in our local community. We place a high value on our relationships with individuals and organizations in our area, believe that art is a vital component of a healthy community, and recognize that the Bay Area is rich with intriguing and talented artists.
Our mission is to provide a venue for people to discover the work of these local artists and thereby foster art, nourish the roots of our culture and strengthen community ties. We will host three to four exhibits in our offices throughout the year and invite our community to explore the art on display. We will also host an artist reception for each exhibit.
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