Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

Exhibitions

“The Immigrants” Online Exhibition

Our new online show features works by immigrants to the United States from all over the world. The purpose is to show the value that immigration brings to our country, bringing fresh perspectives and rich diversity. A closed society tends to suffocate creativity. Our cultural landscape is enhanced by every new voice. This is not […]

Art Without Borders

In response to sheltering at home, we invite you to view and enjoy our first online only exhibition. Aside from the xenophobic sentiments expressed by certain Washingtonians, the rest of the world has been generally united in this battle against a common enemy. In solidarity with all the people of the world, this show features art […]

Gallery Group Show

While our main focus is mid 20th century modernism, we also display antique and contemporary art in all media in a broad diversity of styles. Our first Gallery Group show of the year features new work by Sonoma County artists William Cutler, Carol Peek and Michael Ramos, as well as an eclectic selection of art […]

10 Year Anniversary Celebration

Time does fly, and we have somehow managed to survive 10 years, showing our eclectic array of decidedly non-trendy art. It has been a labor of love, completely unrewarded by financial compensation, yet oddly satisfying. We live the same way as our artists, living and dead, eking out a bare living while basking in the […]

“IT’S ALL GOOD!”

A group show of gallery artists working in a variety of styles and media. Artists include Adela Akers, Douglas Ballou, Warren Bellows, Holly Downing, Pamela Glasscock, Peter Holbrook, Joyce Hulbert, Evri Kwong, Carolyn Lord, Carol Peek, Michael Ramos, Alejandro Salazar, and Bambi Waterman. As usual we are also showing a selection of vintage works from our […]

Don Martin & other Masters of California Post-War Art

Don Martin’s art is far too unique and varied to be categorized. Living and working in Mexico in the fifties, in Venice, CA, in part of the sixties, and finally on a farm near Santa Cruz for the remainder of his life, the places and times influenced his work, but his styles and choices of […]

A World of Art

We are displaying an eclectic mix of art from various times and places, in many media. Included are works by Paul Beattie, Hans Burkhardt, Rafael Canoga, Easton, Claire Falkenstein, Karen Green, Charles H. Howard, Sutter Marin, Michael McCabe, Mary Fuller McChesney, Robert Pearson McChesney, Louis Earnest Nadalini, Pablo Picasso, Louis Siegriest, the late great James Spitzer, Seymour Tubis, Elisabeth […]

From the Russian River to Santa Fe

A unique showing of pastels and acrylics by Mary Silverwood will be exhibited at Calabi Gallery throughout the holiday season. Creating brilliant magic with pastels, Silverwood captured the luminous landscapes of Sonoma County and the Southwest. Born in Bryan, Texas, Mary Silverwood described herself as a studio artist and a painter since the age of […]

Art of Social Commentary

“Art of Social Commentary” features numerous artists, both historical and contemporary, weighing in on myriad issues of concern. A special feature is an installation by Emmanuel Catarino Montoya which opines on immigration in the new America : “The Border Crossed Us!” by Emmanuel Catarino Montoya, 2016, Woodcut Prints mounted on foamcore board and Digitally Printed Images […]

M I G R A T I O N S

Calabi Gallery is pleased to present the art of Iva Hladis. Iva Hladis was born in communist Czechoslovakia in 1965. In 1985 she escaped and settled in Rome, Italy. After a year in Rome, she was granted political asylum in the United States, and lived in Los Angeles for the next 29 years. Hladis recently moved […]

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