Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

Exhibitions

Woodblock Prints by Michael McMillan Reception! Saturday, November 21st 4-7pm

Home on the Range by Michael McMillan, 2001, Woodblock Print, 1/7 OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, November 21st 4-7pm // EXHIBITION DATES: November 21st 2015 – January 16th 2016 Michael McMillan has had a long and exceptionally diverse and creative career in the visual arts. He has worked as an abstract expressionist painter, a graphic designer, a sculptor, […]

Other Worlds

Calabi Gallery brings you “Other Worlds” featuring recent paintings by Michael Ramos and Tim Haworth as well as a selection of 20th century works from our collection. Although exquisitely rendered in a slow, careful process, Michael’s paintings are pure expressions of the subconscious. Tim’s ethereal monotypes, mostly inspired by landscapes, are created in a unique process […]

Other Worlds Exhibition Opening Reception! Wednesday, September 16th 5-8pm

Space Carnival by Michael Ramos, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 48×30 OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday, September 16th 5-8pm // EXHIBITION DATES: September 15th – October 31st, 2015 Calabi Gallery brings you “Other Worlds” featuring recent paintings by Michael Ramos and Tim Haworth as well as a selection of 20th century works from our collection. Although exquisitely rendered in a […]

Summer Selection 2015

Calabi Gallery’s 2015 “Summer Selection” features works by Douglas Ballou, Eva Belishova, & Bob Dreier, as well as many other gallery artists. Please join us for an opening reception on Friday, July 3rd from 5-8pm. Refreshments will be served for your enjoyment. On a special note – we will be celebrating the birthday of our dear […]

Summer Selection 2015 Exhibition Opening Reception Friday, July 3rd 5-8pm

  Mandala Mirror by Douglas Ballou // Balance Boy by Eva Belishova // Transformation I by Bob Dreier OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, July 3rd 5-8pm // EXHIBITION DATES: July 3rd – August 15th 2015 Calabi Gallery’s 2015 “Summer Selection” features works by Douglas Ballou, Eva Belishova, & Bob Dreier, as well as many other gallery artists. This reception […]

Spring Selection 2015

Calabi Gallery’s 2015 “Spring Selection” features contemporary artists Michael Ramos, Alejandro Salazar, Jim Spitzer, and Christian Velastegui as well as many others. The gallery will continue to display a portion of our previous exhibition with additional selections of unusual antique, modern and contemporary artworks from our collection. Please join us for an opening reception on […]

Spring Selection 2015 Exhibition Opening Reception! Thursday, April 16th 5-8pm

Pure Energy by Michael Ramos, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 28×45 OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 5-8pm // EXHIBITION DATES: APRIL 16 – MAY 30, 2015 Calabi Gallery’s 2015 “Spring Selection” features contemporary artists Michael Ramos, Alejandro Salazar, Jim Spitzer, and Christian Velastegui as well as many others. The gallery will continue to display a portion of our […]

Art Inspired by the Natural World 2015

The myriad forms of nature have always been inspirational to artists. This exhibition encompasses a vast range of artistic interpretations from traditional landscapes and realistic depictions of flora and fauna to abstracted evocations of the artist’s emotional response to the natural world. Also on display, a broad selection from our inventory of vintage estate works, as […]

Art Inspired by the Natural World 2015 Exhibition Opening Reception! Saturday, January 31st 4-7pm

Foggy Morning – Mendocino Lichens by Lucy Martin, 2014, Gouache & Watercolor, 13×18 OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 4-7PM // EXHIBITION DATES: JANURARY 27 – MARCH 28, 2015 The myriad forms of nature have always been inspirational to artists. This exhibition encompasses a vast range of artistic interpretations from traditional landscapes and realistic depictions of flora and […]

Postwar Modernism of the West 2014

In the aftermath of the Great Depression and World War II there was an explosion of creativity in the arts. The historical record has focused on New York as the new art capitol of the world, which it was, but this burst of creative energy occurred throughout the country. The Bay Area, in particular, was […]

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