Two Person Show

Dominique Caron and Martine Jardel






Opening Reception with artist’s talk

Thursday, May 4, at 6:00 pm





Site 69, Mixed media on canvas, 20 x 20 inches

Past Exhibitions

Uncommon Ground, Oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches


March 10 – 26  2017

Katy Kuhn and Sharon Paster are two Bay Area painters who work together and maintain a painterly dialog in their work. In their shared studio they strive to create fresh gestural paintings which convey depth of space using color and spontaneous brushwork.

Arrangement, Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 inches

Winter Gaze

December 3 – 30  2016

Winter compositions are captured by our group of Bay Area painters. Each painting reflects on what it feels like to live in the San Francisco Bay Area and gaze at it’s beauty.

2 Dogs, Oil on Canvas, 48 x36 inches


November 4 – 19, 2016

Engaged, 1. To be involved in the world. 2. To be in gear; to interlock and interact. 3. Pledged; promised esp. in marriage.

A group of Bay Area painters explores what it means to be engaged in today’s world.
Cenotes Uxmal, Acrylic on canvas, 58 x 72 inches
Cenotes Uxmal, Acrylic on canvas, 58 x 72 inches


September 23 – Oct. 15 2016

Satterfield combines elements of abstraction with Impressionist concepts. Following the styles of Nicolas De Steal, Paul Cezanne, Joan Mitchell, and Oliver Jackson yet he remains mindful of cultivating his own sensibility.

View more artwork by Foad Satterfield.

Picnic With Red Flower, Acrylic on canvas, 67 x 85 inches
Picnic With Red Flower, Acrylic on canvas, 67 x 85 inches


MAY 6 – 30, 2016

Roland Petersen is a Bay Area painter whose paintings are masterful syntheses of gestural abstract expressionism, painterly realism, and advanced color theory. His work integrates still life, figures, and landscape into complex, architectonic compositions that are beautiful and enigmatic, but still retain a strong sense of place, in this case the fields and farms of California’s Central Valley.

View more artwork by Roland Petersen.

Light Captured 3672-4, Paint on mesh, 36 x 72 inches
Mirang Wonne, Light Captured, Mixed media, 36 x 72 inches


MARCH 11 – 26, 2015

Mirang Wonne’s paintings and screens are at once comforting in their organic warmth and intriguing in their otherworldliness. Her blending of high tech materials with traditional art practices–flame on stainless steel mesh layered with paint, gold leaf and charcoal on paper–creates images which are unpredictably subtle and intimate.

View more artwork by Mirang Wonne.

Phoria 11, Mixed media, 40 x 50 inches
Pezhman, Phoria 2, Mixed media, 40 x 50 inches

NOW: Exploring New Mediums

Dec. 10 – 31, 2015

NOW looks forward to new directions in art work and features four contemporary artists who are exploring new ways to express their visions in the 21st century, Gavin Benjamin, Albert Delamour, Lawrence Morrell and Pezhman.

Melinda Cootsona painting of a woman sitting
Melinda Cootsona, Red Wall, Oil On Canvas, 40 x 42 inches

Approaching the Figure

September 18 – October 3, 2015

Featuring the artwork of Linda Christensen, Melinda Cootsona and William Rushton, three artists who are inspired by the Bay Area Figurative School artists of the mid 20th century such as Richard Diebenkorn and David Park. These artists are all noted for their departure from pure abstract expressionism to return to figuration.

Katy Kuhn, Trickle Then Swoosh, Oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches
Katy Kuhn, Trickle Then Swoosh, Oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches

Abstract Visions

May 8 – 31, 2015

Featuring the artwork of Dominique Caron, Katy Kuhn, Martine Jardel and Ursula O’Farrell. These artists follow the early Abstract Expressionists who flourished from the 1940’s to 1960’s and were noted for their large-scale, non representational works by artists such as Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollack and Mark Rothko.

Tom Soltesz, Bolinas Lagoon, Oil On Panel, 9 x 12 inches
Tom Soltesz, Bolinas Lagoon, Oil On Panel, 9 x 12 inches

Impressionism Today

Feb. 20 – Mar. 15, 2015

Featuring Dominique Caron, Ken Christensen, John Karl Claes. The influence of the French Impressionists began to reach California by the early 1890s through the travels of East Coast artists and visits of California painters to art schools in Europe and especially visits to the artist colony which was growing around Monet’s Giverny. Early California painters found the Impressionist techniques of plein air painting, bright palette perfectly suited for the bright light and natural beauty of California.