Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

Exhibitions

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 […]

March Mélange

Calabi Gallery presents March Mélange featuring a Retrospective of Beatrice Benjamin. Also showing work by Adela Akers, Alan Azhderian, Joyce Ertel Hulbert and Bambi Waterman, as well as new gallery inventory. A special Life Retrospective of Beatrice Benjamin’s artwork will be represented by her intaglio prints, watercolors, and multimedia, including both abstracts and representational works […]

Gallery Group Show 2018

   Winter Light by Carol Peek, 2017 // Spanish Keepsake by Dorr Bothwell, 1950 // In the Woods by Lucy Martin, 2015 Our first exhibition of 2018 is a Gallery Group Show, featuring the full range of our inventory including antique, modern and contemporary artwork in all medias. Our contemporary artists include Douglas Ballou, Robyn Beattie, Warren […]

After The Fire

“After The Fire” was created for a public gathering of art lovers, in celebration of the end of the recent horrific blazes, and the rebuilding of normalcy in our beautiful Sonoma County community. The gallery will be partially rehung with several mini shows including a Pop Up of poignant fire imagery by photographer Penny Wolin. […]

Gallery Group Show 2017

This years Gallery Group Show features our contemporary gallery artists as well as a special selection of artwork from our vintage collection. Our contemporary artists include Douglas Ballou, Warren Bellows, Catherine Daley, Karen Green, Emmanuel Catarino Montoya and Michael Ramos. Also showing works from our gallery inventory including Stuart Davis, Roy De Forest, Gronk, Charles Howard, Ray Jacobsen, […]

40 Years of Sonoma Valley Artist Ray Jacobsen

Ray Jacobsen (1938-2007) was born in Englewood, Colorado and moved to Sonoma, California in 1947 where he lived for the remainder of his life. Ray showed an interest and talent in art from a very young age. After high school, faced with the draft, he enlisted in the Army and was sent to Korea. After […]

Robert P. McChesney 60 Year Retrospective of Bay Area Master of Abstraction

Robert Pearson McChesney had a long and distinguished career as one of the Bay Area’s preeminent abstract painters. Born in Marshall, Missouri in 1913, he attended Washington University in St. Louis and completed his studies at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. Moving to San Francisco in 1937, he was soon employed by the […]

WE SHALL OVERCOME: Art of Defiance and Resistance to Illicit Governance and Corporate Malfeasance

This exhibition features works of art in all media which refer to power gone wrong and other social maladies, spanning a period from 1853 to 2017F. While the current political climate was obviously a catalyst for the show, it seemed important to look at the current fascistic situation in the context of the historically perpetual […]

THE BEAT WENT ON : Late Works by Sutter Marin

Known as a beat era artist and poet, Sutter Marin’s extraordinary paintings of the 70’s and 80’s were far out of the visual arts mainstream. Marin’s paintings will be exhibited and accompanied by works by other artists of his milieu, including Paul Beattie, Dorr Bothwell, Roy DeForest, Howard Foote, Madeline Gleason, Mel Hanson, Charles Howard, Robert Howard, […]

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