Saturday The 13th!

The Lottie Rose Gallery presents Friday the 13th. Wait did I say Friday, I meant Saturday, yes Saturday the 13th. An art show inspired by the film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Come see the gallery transformed into a eerie forest from another dimension. Feast your eyes on the oddities that will captivate your imagination and run wild in your nightmares. (No kids allowed, it's scary enough. This isn't Ross)

Three Generations

"Three Generations" is a show about the art of my mother, grandmother, and me.  The emphasis is on my mom.  She takes floral painting to a level I've never seen greater.  I'm a cat painter but it's her work that will live on forever.  Her work is visible at

Check out this write up from the art show that happened in Danville entitled "Conceive, Construct, Embellish." Tom Franco and the Dreams art team collaborated on 7 foot ceramic pipes and three of them are still being featured on the patio at Village Theatre and Art Gallery until December. So you still have the chance to see them in action! 👀

The Dreams Art Team consists of Tom Franco, Iris Torres, Colin Hurley, Ray Oliver Del Mundo and Heather Fairweather.

Red Light Special Vol 1: No More Running

Redlight Special Vol 1; No More Running is a one woman show written, directed, choreographed, and performed by Landile Lizo Andries. A young performing artist from South Africa, Landile has spent the past 3 years traveling through different countries and collecting stories that explore the struggles, pain, and beauty of African women in today's society. Told through the different elements of sound, slam poetry, dance, music, and performance, landile brings the reality of these experiences to the stage.
CW; heavy content includes themes of rape and abortion.

Thursday August 23rd from 7:30pm until 9pm at 3140 Martin Luther King Street in Berkeley (Adeline's Lab).
Lottie Rose Gallery is having an art night on Saturday August 11th from 6pm until 11pm. 

It happens almost too frequently as artists that we find ourselves creating alone in our room or studio spaces. So on this night we want to open our doors to the community so we can create together. Bring whatever supplies you'd like. There will be supplies provided as well. This is one the most important things that the Firehouse does is bring artists together to keep that fire alive and to work with each other for new inspiration. You'll learn new things from other artists you've never thought about doing before. Even if you're not an artist, come on down! Create life with each other. Not alone.