prints by Young Artists
St. Therese's Community School (NSW)
Artist expedition and campaign launch
January 29-February 10
Mixed Media Studies by Philip Petrie
January 15-January 22
LASTER MEDICINE WAGON SIDESHOW
new art by CM LaSTER and GRACE KElly LAster
November 27-December 31, 2015
in collaboration with the MEDIUM FESTIVAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Show runs through November 23, 2015
please email:firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a viewing appointment
(and other Things I may have dreamt)
art by Meegan Nolan
October 9 through October 22
A Tiny SPACE OF SILENCE
new work by Becky Guttin
FRiday September 4
Saturday September 19
Corine Lattore, Jackie Leong, Reg Oberg, Victoria Pires, Mitch Gricman,
Francisco Rojas, Mark Rimland, and David Walton
in collaboration with Sophie's Gallery
opening reception Friday July 24, 2015
show runs through August 24
Drawings, paintings and Sculpture
By Don Porcella
Priceless: Kenny King
APRIL 25- MAy 13
Soulful things for sale.
"I don't mind parting with the corn, but not with the field in which it was raised." John Constable
new works by Adrienne Outlaw
Through April 17, 2015
"I’m interested in individual autonomy in an increasingly diverse and
rapidly advancing society. Spun addresses issues of individual choice
within a framework of global consumption in its exploration of how desire
shapes society. I believe we can create a sea change in a world that
encourages excess by choosing to live in moderation." Adrienne Outlaw.
new work by Joe Sloan
Panels in Chromatransposition each display roughly 21,600 dot stickers, hand-placed one by one. Each piece in the series is based around a single solid color, which is dissected into 4 or 5 base colors. Base colors go through an algorithm that determines their individual influence over the hue and value of the overall color, and are produced in amounts proportional to the surface area of each canvas. The stickers are purposefully distributed randomly to eliminate patterns and to evenly distribute color information reaching the eye of the viewer.
CASTLES IN THE SKY
new art by: jonny alexander, celeste byers, randall christopher, harry daily, aaron glasson, itzel islas, reva litwack and bradford lynn
opens Friday JAnuary 30 7-10 pm
Come and celebrate our last show in our North Park!
Someday I will show you all the uninvented colors underneath my eyelids when we are caught up in the perfect kiss. Until then, accept these captured visions of some of my favorite wide awake dreamweavers. ♥ ♥ ♥
Thanks so much North Park for all the support you have shown us since our very first show!!! Come and share one last art loving experience with us on the 30th block! We will have live music from Nothingful. Don't miss it!!
World of Wonder:
new work by KAssi Grunder
through Dec 20, 2014
new work by
Marcelo Macedo and Max Kauffman
opens Friday November 14th
show runs through Dec. 2
NINTH LIFE: a spooky group show
Eva de Leon, Larry Caveney, Geofrey Scott Redd, and El Luchuk
grace the walls of Low Gallery
OPENING: Friday October 24, 2014 6-10 pm
New work by David Cuzick and Mary Cuzick
Opening reception October 11, 2014 6-10 pm
show runs thru October 21, 2014
BULLETPROOF:Target Practice with Jennifer Davis
opening reception Saturday September 20, 2014 6-10 pm
show runs through October 9, 2014
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS
new works by Jaclyn Rose and Carly Ealey
opening reception Friday June 27, 2014
show runs through August 17, 2014
Ladies on Ladies
The freshest art from some San Diego's creative femmes
Jaclyn Rose and Carly Ealey show us their stuff at Low Gallery Friday July 25th from 6-10 pm. With a set by DJ Las Sucias. Not to be missed! This show will adorn our walls until August 17th just in case you do.
Drift: Official Book Release Party
featuring art by Maja Ruznic and Josh Hagler
opening reception Friday June 27, 2014 6-10 pm
show runs through July 13, 2014
Join us as we welcome Bay Area artists Maja Ruznic and Josh Hagler to Southern California and celebrate with them the release of their collaborative art book titled Drift. In addition to copies of the book, the sublimely visceral original paintings of watercolorist Ruznic and oil painter Hagler will be installed and available for purchase at the show.
Nothing Means Anything
New works by Kenny King and Keith Stone
June 6 thru June 22
" I've always felt most satisfied with artwork I've created, where in the process I've stepped out of the way. Away from the illusion of separateness and self. Letting a greater force work through me and merely becoming a instrument of its manifestation. Therefore, in an abstract way, if art is the landscape of consciousness, its creation becomes a very holy process although I'm not creating anything because I am only translating one form of matter into another. " Kenny King
PAINTINGS BY ILA ROSE
May 2 thru June 1
Ila Rose explores living and dying in Low Gallery’s Verdant Decay.
Low Gallery exhibits the contemplative and sometimes confrontational watercolors of San Diego newcomer, Ila Rose. Themes of mortality and regeneration run rampant in Ila Rose’s old souled portraits with immaculately rendered flora and fauna.
Everything Makes a Sound
Paintings and poetry by Anna Zappoli
April 4th thru April 27th
Italian born painter Anna Zappoli is well established in San Diego as a wildly expressive artist who who seemingly effortlessly absorbs and releases inspiration to those who are fortunate enough to come near her or her art. Followers of Anna’s work will recognize her signature palette (black) but may be surprised at the abstract direction some of her most recent pieces have taken.
new paintings by Sergei Rusakoff
March 12- March 30
Nucleus comes to Low Gallery in the same spontaneous spirit as Rusakoff’s new work.
Albert and the Black Hearts
A celebration of love and other tragedies
Pop culture commentator and art world sweetheart, Albert Reyes throws his love up all over the Low Gallery Walls.
Just as Romeo sunk under the heavy burden of love, none of us is immune to the temptation of accepting heart shaped boxes never knowing whether their contents will fill us with ecstasy or despair. This exploration of love, lust, and infatuation is dense in the delicate linework of master draftsman Albert Reyes. Reyes meticulously renders his studies with the utmost care and attention making him a natural choice to cover the Low walls with red inked, Valentine like, prints as well as original drawings.
Celeste Byers, Colin Manning, and Marcella Kroll
1/17/2014 to 2/9/2014
Low Gallery welcomes the new year with Eternal Spring, a vibrant chromatic display of visual delights from some of the West Coast’s best tuned instruments. Low Gallery will be bathed in vivid colors, texture, light and sound in it’s maiden voyage of 2014, Eternal Spring, which will feature muralist/illustrator/activist Celeste Byers (San Diego, CA), photographer/projection artist Colin Manning (Portland, OR), fine artist/psychic medium Marcella Kroll (Los Angeles, CA).
Meegan Nolan, the show’s curator sees the culmination of sights and sounds as a smudging of psychic spaceand and a celebration of the limitless potential of renewal. “I have always been fascinated by the idea of perpetual motion and the transfer of energy. From Bhaskara’s wheel, to the ourobourus, to dark energy. It seems we all want to hit the refresh button, but it’s always happening even without us. Endlessly.”
12/13/2013 to 1/14/2014
Opening Reception 12/13/13 6-10p
Catch up because these artists aren't slowing the conversation down! Low Gallery is happy to announce our first large group show, Fast Forward featuring visionary artists from around the corner and across the U.S. Don't miss it!. The show will include small works by : Max Kauffman, Nora Aoyagi,Lester Corral,Aileen Rodosevich,Gabriel Shaffer, Lawrence Freeman, Doron Fishman,Peter Geise, Mike Egan, Bradford Lynn, Eric Wixon, Jaime Derringer, Dion Terry, John Harkins, Carrie Anne Hudson, Doris Bittar, Edward Robin Coronel, James E Watts, Dan Adams, P-Jay Fidler, Luc Schwab, Josue Castro,Anna Stump,Clayton Roberts, Coco Ohara, Jorge Gutierrez, Chris Warr, Megan Olson, Lindy Ivey, Richard Messenger, Niko Burke, Matty Art Davis, Dan Barry, Buffalo Viez, John Emmons, Joshua Krause, David Harrison Cuzick, Evan Lopez, Reviewer Rob, Allysun Maria Dutra, Matthew Land, UBE, Alex Avila, Krissy Fernandez, Victor Villa, and Wayne Hulgin.
Lighting design by Jonathan Entler and site-specific installation by Sean Brannan
In keeping with its commitment to blur the lines that attempt to divide one genre of art from another-particularly art and design-Low Gallery presents Post Pop, an exhibit featuring the work of two Southern California artists, sculptor, Jonathan Entler and abstract painter, Sean Brannan .
Post Pop combines Entler's highly sculptural light fixtures, made using only the clay itself, transparent glaze, natural light, and at times, translucent paper and Brannan's latest body, "Response Curves," which depicts concentric circles in sharply contrasting chroma that draw the viewer into an illusory space.
Entler's beautiful mounted lamps and chandeliers will appear to grow out of the gallery's stark, white walls and ceiling, while illuminating Brannan's site-specific installation that is a large-scale extension of his Response Curve series.
New works by Jessica Buie and Conrad Mecheski
Jessica Buie renders abstractions of experiential information as a means of exploring meaning and whether its significance is lost, remains intact, or is altered in it's translation.
Conrad Mecheski sees himself as a storyteller, talking to the paper with ink (in this case) and also eventually to the viewer. His deeply psychological line drawings shift in mood, theme, and intensity as time measures the ritual of his daily practice.
'well & Good
Mike Maxwell and Alli Good
Low Gallery's debut reception, "''well and Good" will feature new art by San Diego heavy hitter Mike Maxwell alongside the visions of cult status Asheville, NC artist Alli Good.
Maxwell sites psychedelics, sex, and war among his sources of inspiration and the level of his craftsmanship has become as much part of his work as the historical and cultural references he makes. Mike is also the host and producer of the Live Free Podcast. Good's work, influenced by comics and pop art, often employs the use of grotesque nudity to explore deep issues of feminity creating images that are both disturbing and strangely poignant. The artists share an unflinchingly bold aesthetic illustrated in acidic colors and muted tones that grab the viewer by the eyes and don't let go. "'well and Good" promises to deliver to San Diego the Wild West on moonshine.
Low Gallery host pop up group show of some of their favorite local artists as a prelude to their grand opening