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Deirdre Freeman at the Alameda Island Brewing Company

August 17, 2016 in General

Deirdre Freeman at the Alameda Island Brewing Company  showing August/September

“Creating art is like oxygen to me.” 

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I am a stay at home mother of two small children, and a bipolar woman. I have been an artist in my heart for my lifetime, but only began creating about two years ago, I am on a constant, self-taught learning curve. I create art to release, relax, and make people happy, and I cannot imagine not doing it. It’s like oxygen to me. People ask me how I can create things with my two little children, and I tell them that I find time somehow because I have to.

Visit http://alamedaislandbrewingcompany.com to view Deirdre’s work August-September.

Contact Deirdre directly for more information on purchasing her work through The Alameda Island Brewinng Company.
https://www.facebook.com/deirdreart

2nd Friday Artwalk For Animals

July 18, 2016 in General

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Studio 23 is proud to be a part of the first 2nd Friday “Art For Animals” Artwalk. A portion of Studio 23 proceeds will be donated to FAAS.
Join Studio 23 along with several other 2nd Friday businesses in supporting our local animal shelter, FAAS, Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter.
2nd Friday participants are all over Alameda and Jingle Town. Visithttp://fridayartwalk.com/ to get a full list of all 2nd Friday participants.
More info TBA

Call For Art!
The theme is “Open”

Visit http://www.alamedaartists.com/submit-art to find out how to be a part of this show.  Submission extended deadline is August 29th.

Get On The Map

June 29, 2016 in General

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2nd Friday Alameda Artwalk.  Find out how to participate!

http://fridayartwalk.com/

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June 6, 2016 in General

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Friday June 10th 7:30PM at Studio 23 http://www.studio23gallery.com/

Framed Opening Art Reception

June 6, 2016 in General

 

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Abstract paintings by Zimbabwean born artist Victor Mavedzenge based in the Bay Area. Opening Reception June 10th 7PM at http://alamedaislandbrewingcompany.com/
1716 Park Street, Alameda, CA 94501  (510) – 217 – 8885

The exhibition explores abstract expression. Victor’s work is created “in the moment” a spontaneous response to the nuances around him.

On the opening night, June 10th from 7pm, Victor will answer any questions about his process and the finshed product.

If you would like to schedule a walk through, please contact Victor through his website http://www.mavedzenge.com/

2016 Summer Art Fair

May 10, 2016 in General

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Reserve your booth for the 2016 Summer Art Fair. An Art Fair for Artists by Artists…

3 DOT Grand Opening!

May 7, 2016 in General

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Come check out the newest gallery in town! 3Dot Art Gallery is having a grand opening on May 13th during Alameda’s 2nd Friday Art Walk… and it’s FREE! More than 10 local artists will display a diverse sampling of art including paintings, illustration, photography, mixed media, and wearable art, among others.

The show promises art enthusiasts a variety of different forms of creativity. Enjoy interesting art and meet new people in a friendly and creative atmosphere!

Sara Edge (co-owner)
Dave Sylvester (co-owner)
Bill Weber (co-owner)
Arianna Siegel
Mark Thompson
Ayah Andoh
Salome El
Nicolas Ceasar
Nick Shev
Jack Gonzales
Lisa Corrie
Kirkland Melton III
Jason Knight
Matthew Mills
… and more!

The 60’s Through The Lens Of Howard Harawitz

January 15, 2016 in General

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Join us at The Alameda Island Brewing Company on 2nd Friday April 8th 6pm-9pm for the opening reception of
“The 60’s Through The Lens Of Howard Harawitz”

Howard Harawitz was an active participant in the San Francisco Bay Area’s civil rights, peace, anti-poverty and free speech movements of the 1960s. He represented the Alameda County Welfare Rights Organization on the board of directors of President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty program in Berkeley and in 1967 was an anti-Vietnam war candidate for Berkeley City Council. These photos were selected from more than two thousand negatives made during that period. If you would like additional information, want to obtain copies, or wish to see more of his photos you can contact Howard at harawitz at gmail dot com.

Howard’s work was recently featured in “The Black Panthers Vanguard Of The Revolution”.
http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/films/the-black-panthers-vanguard-of-the-revolution/

RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/1697506920528337/

Photographs will be on display April-May at the Alameda Island Brewing Compay. See more of Howard’s work through his website: http://exit0.com/howard/sixties/

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November 12, 2015 in General

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Black Light Art Show

September 1, 2015 in General

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