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Ballena Bay Art Show

June 6, 2014 in Events, General

Alameda Artist’s will have an exhibit at The Ballena Bay Art Show.  If you would like Alameda Artists to represent your work,
please send your digital submissions to:  art at alameda artists dot com

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Creative Exercises: Drawing Lessons by Benoit Philippe.

June 6, 2014 in General

We are continuing our series Creative Lessons by Benoit Philippe.  Check out the schedule at

Eat Your HeART Out Artwalk

January 29, 2014 in Events, General

Studio 23 is hosting Eat Your HeART Out  for the Alameda Artwalk.

Join Studio 23 this February 14th for this month’s Open Studio. Hangout, sketch, mingle. Light snacks and wine will be served.

Studio 23 opens it’s studio doors every 2nd Friday at 7pm.  We will be showing a  variety of  East Bay Artist’s work as well as hosting meetups for sketching with the Alameda Artist’s Meetup  group.

You can be a part of the Alameda Artist group for free!  Visit to sign up!  To find out more about Alameda Artists visit

Artists showing this month:  El Gallo, Arianna Siegel, Cheryl Harawitz, Jeffrey Allyn, Bernadette Martinez, Mark Coleman, Jennifer King, Kristen Brown, Jessica Warren,  Wesley E. Warren & More!



Sunset for Jerry

August 23, 2013 in Jeff Allyn

This piece is a tribute to Gerry Garcia whose musical color and brilliance is its inspiration.

This piece is a tribute to Gerry Garcia whose musical color and brilliance is its inspiration.

Grand Opening Reception – Alameda Artists Group Show September 13

August 23, 2013 in Events, General

Studio 23 Gallery opens in Alameda


We are excited to announce that Studio 23 Gallery officially opens its doors to the public on Friday September 13th, 2013, at 7:30 PM during the Second Friday Alameda Art Crawl.


Studio 23 acts as a studio and workshop during the day for artists and owners, Jessica and Wesley E. Warren.  Once a month the Studio is open to the public and will feature work by local bay area artists.


“Ideally, we want Studio 23 to provide a place for artists to conspire and inspire each other, as well as finding innovative ways to give back to the community. We offer workshops as well as creative events designed to nurture and promote local talent.”

Jessica Warren

Artists and Co-Founder or Alameda Artist Group and Studio 23.


The gallery’s mission is to support local artists; those that are already established and emerging artists new on the scene.  The gallery will focus on unique, contemporary, experimental, and modern visual art as well as classic techniques with a fresh perspective.


The Alameda Artists Group, a Bay Area artist collective with over 80 members, regularly meet at Studio 23 for workshops and sketching groups. ( Most of the work on display will consist of work created by members of Alameda Artists Group.


Many artists in the collective paint with traditional medium such as acrylic, oil and watercolor, but we also have artists that paint with coffee, house paint, spray paint and other non-traditional medium.


You may have seen the giant metal robot sculpture installation “Friendly Lord Zondar”, by artist Wesley Warren,  featured on the roof of Studio 23 during the month of July. He was created with recycled metal and mechanical parts sourced from local scrap yards. If you missed it, don’t worry, he will be making an appearance at the Grand Opening.


Studio 23 is hidden behind the old Alameda Lock and Glass building at 2309 B Encinal Ave. Just off Park St., between Oak and Alameda Ave. Regular gallery hours are second Fridays between 7:30 PM and 10:30 PM and for special events.



Grand Opening Artists Reception and Party

Friday September 13th, 2013

Show Me The City: Artists Renditions of the Bay Area.


Local artists show you their city with works inspired from all over the Bay Area. Psychedelic videos projected on the wall and accompanied with electronically synthesized music, giant robot sculptures and flowing wine fountains are just a few of the exhibits on display at the upcoming show, as well as many original paintings, drawings and lino cuts.


The Grand Opening, “Show Me The City”, includes exterior, interior and abstract works, showcasing a variety of styles and techniques.  Studio 23 creates a sensual environment for all art enthusiasts and critics alike by encouraging productions that are sharp and edgy.


The artists inspirations and creations are limitless, a sketch at a coffee shop, a photograph of a fence, a painting of a lamp post, or a watercolor of a street scene.


The opening reception starts at 7:30 PM and runs until 11 PM, Friday September 13th, 2013. This is a great time to visit Alameda Art Galleries and there will be several shows opening on this same evening.


Visit for a list of participating locations.studio23_galleryB



Call For Art: Show me the City – Artists Visions in The Bay Area

June 23, 2013 in Events, General

Studio 23 will be having it’s inaugural Exhibition tentatively scheduled for September 13th (Second Friday).

Theme for our first group show:

Show me the City Artists renditions in the Bay Area.

– This is a very open theme, the work can be exterior, interior, even abstract. We want a wide variety of styles and techniques!

It could be a sketch of a person in a coffee shop, a photo of a fence, a painting of a lamp post, or a watercolor of landscape or street scene.

Primarily we want to showcase the new and exciting talent here around Alameda ( including the entire Bay Area) and create a unique and creative show of work that is fresh and edgy.

View/Print invitations:


Work Constraints:

Dimensions: No larger than 48″ x 48″ (framed or affixed with hanging hardware)

Medium: Original Paintings, Drawings, Inking, Photography, Mono-prints, etc. (Pretty much any visual medium)

Submission Deadline:  August 20th, 2013

Extended Deadline: August 24th, 2013 (If we still have room we may extend the submission deadline to 8/24/13)


Details: You can submit up to six pieces  by emailing digital photos of the work. We will probably only be using one or two works by each artists depending on space constraints. Email your submissions, along with your contact info to art (at) alamedaartists (dot) com by August 24th.

You will be notified no later than August 26th  and work will need to be delivered to the Studio no later than September 1st, 2013.

You will need to have your work priced, the gallery will add on 30% to your price. So if your work is priced at $500, it will be listed in the show at $650.  This is very low compared to most galleries which take 40-50% of the sale price! We will try to keep our commissions low so we can support the artists, while still being able to pay the rent at the gallery 🙂

Prints: If your work is accepted in the show, you can also have prints available (Giclee or similar on paper), prints should be in plastic with a cardboard backing so they can be displayed in a flip cart.


Studio 23 is a new studio Gallery in Alameda, located at Encinal and Park St.

 Please Note: This information may change.

Studio 23 Meetup

June 22, 2013 in General

Come sketch, paint, draw, hang out at our new studio!

The studio is located behind the Revelation Cleaners, you enter from OAK Street between Encinal and Alameda Ave.


We are hoping to have our first Gallery Opening at the new Studio 23 in August!

Join us for our Artists Reception at Spritzers

June 1, 2013 in Events, Jessica Warren, Wesley E Warren

Invite your friends, invite your neighbors, invite random people on the street!  Come have an iced latte and see some great art in Alameda!

Wesley E. Warren & Jessica L. Warren

Recent Work ~ Artists Reception RSVP

Saturday June 15th, 2013

3PM – 5PM



734 Central Ave. Alameda, CA



Art and Living

May 4, 2013 in Cheryl Harawitz

Painting and drawing helps me slow down enough to capture the beauty of temporary moments, helping me feel connected with everything living. When I spend time with others making and viewing art, I discover new ways of seeing. When I am alone making art, little explosions of insight happen spontaneously. Sometimes I like what I produce, and sometimes I don’t. But I always feel that engaging in art is time well spent.

Spring Craft Bazaar – Alameda May11+12

April 28, 2013 in Events, General

We might have a table at this event.



We’re looking for local artists, crafters, and handmakers to show off their wares at our upcoming Spring Craft Bazaar. We’re hosting it during the popular (and well attended) Park Street Spring Festival that will be going on just outside our doors. On top of that, we’ll have our tenants opening their studios and a sale in our storefront for maximum Mother’s Day shopping!Vendor tables are $35 for a single day, $50 for both days. No commission on your sales, 6′ table provided, wireless access included.


Spring Craft Bazaar
Noon – 6:00
Saturday May 11 & Sunday May 12


Redux Studios & Gallery 
2315 Lincoln Ave, Alameda, CA 94501



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