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GearBox Galllery Artist’s Process Lecture and Discussion Series
(free and open to the public)
August Artist’s Process Lecture and Discussion:
Saturday, August 10th
2 – 4 pm
September Artist’s Process Lecture and Discussion:
Saturday, September 21st
Jan Wurm: Laying the Bricks for Your Yellow Brick Road
2 – 4 pm
A Discussion of How You Want to Build the Path You Want to Follow and
Where You Hope to Find Yourself Down the Road
How-to’s for mid-career artists to boost their exposure
and/or intensify the impact of their work.
Past Artist’s Process Talks:An Explorer’s Journey
Ann Holsberry and TaVee McAllister Lee
Saturday, June 22nd
from 2 – 4 pm, with the talk starting at 2:30 pm
Ann Holsberry works primarily with cyanotype, an experimental photographic process that uses outdoor sunlight and other natural elements in the exposure. In various outdoor locations, she works in collaboration with natural phenomena to record the passage of time and the impact of humanity on natural ecosystems. Her process can be seen as an explorer’s journey as she discovers new ways of seeing and recording the natural world by using materials and elements endemic to a particular place and time.
Holsberry is a recipient of a Berkeley Civic Arts Grant for 2018-19. Her work has been shown both nationally and internationally, and she has had solo exhibitions at the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka, the de Saisset Museum of Art in Santa Clara, the Los Medanos College Art Gallery in Pittsburg, California, the Jacksonville Art Museum in Florida; and the Domaine des Grands Devers in Valreas, France. Her art has twice been selected by the City of Emeryville to be displayed in bus shelters citywide, and is in public and private collections throughout the United States and Europe, including the new UCSF Cancer Treatment Center in San Francisco’s Mission Bay.
Saturday, May 11th from 2-4pm
Panel discussion with Ruth Santee, Harry Clewans moderated by noted Bay Area critic, curator and artist, DeWitt Cheng.
The Joy of Limitations
Lisa Kokin talks about her process
March 30, 2019
Kokin’s work is represented by Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley, CA, Gail Severn Gallery in Ketchum, ID, Tayloe Piggott Gallery in Jackson, WY, The Arts Company in Nashville, TN, and Mobilia Gallery in Cambridge, MA.