Merryl Berner Cicourel: Retrospectively Reimaging Cultural Landscapes

Merryl Berner Cicourel: 
Retrospectively Reimaging Cultural Landscapes

Exhibition: August 13 – October 8, 2017
Meet-the-Artist Opening Reception: August 13, 2017, 1-3 PM

Butler Institute of American Art
9350 East Market Street 
Howland Township, Ohio

Upcoming Pop Up Opening August 5 and Sept, Oct exhibits @ Mythos

We have three upcoming double exhibits.

Our August exhibit (August 5-18), Inversions: A Pin Up Pop Up,  is a show of unframed pin up collage and paintings by Dahlia ArmonMartha Chong and Olga Yunak. See images below.
A backroom show, Portraits is a collection of figure study paintings by Karen Zullo Sherr.  
Hours on Fridays and Saturdays only. Saturday hours: 2-8pmFriday hours: 4-8pm.The first Opening Reception is Saturday August 55-8pm. The second Reception will be held on Saturday, August 125-8pm,
The September exhibit Animal Spirit (September 2-September 29) features sculpture and paintings by Michael Carey, Robert Haemmerling, Katie Hawkinson, Robert Simons and Joseph Slusky.
A backroom exhibit, In the Garden, features paintings by Lois Cantor, Sonia Gill, Katie Hawkinson, Dianne Platner and Karen Zullo Sherr.
Opening reception: Saturday, September 95:30-8:30pm.
Regular hours will be resumed. Weds and Sat1;30-5pm and Fri 4-7pm.
The October exhibit, Sightings on Land (October 7-October 28), features
Jerome Carlin, Deanna Forbes, Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez, Sonia Gill, Betsy Kendall, Gage Opdenbrouw, Dianne Platner and Karen Zullo Sherr.
The backroom exhibit, Through an Open Windowwill be a solo exhibit of
paintings by Janet Norris.
Opening Reception: October 75:30-8:30pm.
The gallery is located at 1790 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley.


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Cross Pollination: The Closing Show

Saturday August 5th || 6pm until midnight || Lottie Rose Gallery (6117 San Pablo Avenue) || Facebook Link

Cross Pollination is an art show that promotes collaboration between artists. Join us for food, drink, live music and local art. This will be your last chance to check it out.

Live performances by: Guido, Taccarra, J Myers and Luke.


Tom Franco carving | Photo Credit: Metric Cosmetics

An art show called "Pipe Brothers" with nine pipes in all their glazed and carved glory can be viewed at the ASU Art Museum until September 23rd. Tom Franco, James Franco and with help from Firehouse Art Collective members: Rey-Oliver Del Mundo, Colin Hurley and Heather Fairweather produced these ceramic pieces by having fourteen hour work days in the blistering heat at Mission Clay Art and Industry in Phoenix, Arizona.
Couldn't have been done without Elysium Bandini Studios. Check out the article written by Artsy here

Firehouse Art Collective members | Photo credit: Metric Cosmetics