Two Timely Totally Rad Shows On San Pablo Ave Saturday Night!

 A group art show focused on the paradox of time. 

Time passes for every single individual. We all experience time moving but our perception of time is all different. A particular moment to one person can feel as if they're pushing through molasses watching particles of dust standing dead still in the air and to another that exact moment might slip by to the point of causing their head to spin. As we age it seems we're standing still and time is pushing into us. We all feel the crushing weight of the minute hand determining our very fates. Yet we don't look at the paradox of time. If physics is right that would mean our perception is wrong and that there simply is no flow of time. 11:11 one minute in time happening hundreds of times over but this one is here for you to slow down, breathe and make it count.


Bradley Barton

Girl On Bus

Madison Couvillion (Satellite Fully)

Heather Fairweather

Tom Franco

Colin Hurley

Cora Jae (Ladybird)

Alex Reyes

More to be announced.

Closing Reception for Every Damn Day. This is our last exhibition of the year! Come through this Saturday and check out this great work, enjoy the great music and refreshments we will be providing, then go check out B-League next door for some great vintage finds!

Our featured artists embarked on a project where they created a new work every day for 28 days. Totally Rad Gallery is excited to present selected works from this project.

Works by Ray Mack, Mariel Bayona, Sara Tell and Gabriel D. Edwards.  

Saturday, November 11th from 6-9pm. Located 1212 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley CA 94706

The Lottie Rose Halloween Party!

If it's Halloween... It's Lottie Rose Art House!
The Lottie Rose House was built in 1920 as a hospital for those suffering from the most severe afflictions. Their poor spirits still wander the halls of Lottie Rose late at night. To escape these lost souls on the most haunted night of the year we will be hosting a dance party in the Pit of Horror (a open construction site next door). We will be raising funds to send to Puerto Rico through drinks, a raffle and tattoos! Give what you can, every bit is appreciated and will be going DIRECTLY to a family related to the house in need.

Colin Hurley paints "Haunted By A Cat!"

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Hallowed Cities: An exposition of the places beneath your feet

Hallowed Cities
An exposition of the places beneath your feet

Saturday October 14, 2017

Lottie Rose Art Gallery
6117 San Pablo Ave
Oakland, CA 94608

While people struggle to live on the land, natural water sources flow beneath the ground unabated. dnuggets and ifuckinglovegraff explore the coarsing veins below the city streets.

Growing up on a mostly abandoned naval base, dnuggets (, has developed an obsession for the derelict, shooting old military structures to underground parties.

An east bay native, ifuckinglovegraff ( has become an art historian of streets, cataloging and chronicling the best and most hidden street art that the bay has to offer.