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-K GALLERY at Rhythmix Cultural Works

The mission of Rhythmix Cultural Works is to bring people together through culture and the arts. The exhibitions shown in the K Gallery are constantly evolving to reflect the vitality of the Bay Area cultural arts community. Gallery Hours: Wed, 6:00 to 9:00 pm or call to schedule an appointment.


Now Showing:

Fitz, Fish and Phil

Works of two and three dimensions by Andrew Fitzpatrick, Mark P. Fisher and Philip Hargrave.

When: July 11th - September 5th
Where: K Gallery, Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding, Alameda
Opening Reception: Friday, July 11th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Second Friday Reception: Friday, August 8th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
 
Artists' Statement: 
 
-What makes a man a man?
-What makes a woman a woman?
-Why are there so few bald men on postage stamps?

These are just a few of the humorous questions addressed or alluded to in "Fitz, Fish and Phil" opening July 11th at the K Gallery inside Rhythmix Cultural Works in Alameda.

Working with humor and pith, these three artists reveal themselves to each be a funnyman with a sensitive side.

Phil Hargrave writes that he is using his art to question where we fit with nature, the universe, and everything. A lighthearted study on why we are sprinting to extinction. (Above right: "Paradise Lost")

Mark Fisher says some of his paintings in this show are experiments in "painting as pratfall," others, "painting as a kind of interior groaning."

(Left: "Three Studies for Royal Coffee")

Andrew Fitzpatrick wonders, "What does it take to make a really good sandwich?" (Right: "Alien Sea Monkey Dude Commuting to Work")

Gallery Hours: Wed, 6:00 to 9:00 pm or call to schedule an appointment.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Coming Soon!

Power Box Artist Show

When: Sept 12th – Oct 30th
Where: K Gallery, Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding, Alameda
Opening Reception: Friday, Sept 12th as part of the Power Box Art Kick-Off Reception
 

Power Box Art Show features artwork created by the same artists who are wrapping their visions around utility transformers on our city streets.

Artists: Emily Bonnes, Delena Britnell, Nancy Crookston, Flavia Krasilchik, Clare Rickard, Chris Rummell, Stephen Seche, Jessica Warren, and Wesley Warren

Power Box Art Show Artists

Nancy Seamons Crookston is a Bay area artist who is listed in the Master division of Oil Painters of America.  Her art is sold in galleries nationwide and she has had multiple shows in China and Japan.  Her painting Conserve for Power Box project was inspired by the fish that reside at one of her favorite restaurants in Alameda," The Ark".
Image:  Gold Coast 2


Flavia Krasilchik
Image (below, left): Bird 1



Clare Rikard
Image (right): Camera 2




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chris Rummell
My works are built through a process of systematic accumulation and removal, layering over previously finished elements with new ones. Combining traditional techniques of signmaking and graphic design with intuitive and vernacular mark making, my work communicates with multiple voices simultaneously.
Image (left): "Structures" (installation detail)

 

 

 

Stephen Seche

Image (right): Cafe with nest and container ship

 

 

 

Jessica Warren
Raised on the shores along St. Petersburg, Florida by 3 women -  my mother and two older sisters - I find I have always been particularly drawn to incorporating women into my work. My very first painting was of Mary Magdalene and since then has been an array of women dear to me in one form or another. I am a "self taught" artist but learned a lot of skills through my mother, my husband and other fellow artists along the way.  I moved all the way from St. Petersburg with my husband and partner in crime, Wesley E.  Warren. We currently reside in a little town called Alameda where we paint out of our studio, check out local sketch meetups and gallery hop.  It is hard to pinpoint my biggest influences, however, I am very fond of Alice Neel, Matisse & Van Gogh.  I work mostly in Acrylic and Ink. I have been showing and selling my work for about 20 years now from Atlanta to Oakland.
Image (above, right): Child Bride

Wesley E. Warren
I work primarily in acrylic on canvas, but also do some pencil and ink work, metal, lino cut prints and like to experiment with many forms of visual art.
I have had dozens of shows and have sold work in Detroit, St. Louis, Tampa, Columbus Ohio, Atlanta and the San Francisco Bay Area. I have created installations and murals in nightclubs and bars in many of the same cities. I have been showing work since 1989. I currently work in Alameda California and help run Studio 23 Gallery with my wife and fellow artists, Jessica Warren.
Image (left): Piedmont Avenue

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Second Fridays 6-9pm
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