Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork


Posted on | June 9, 2018 | Comments Off on 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 to Sonoma County, California.

Hladis creates various forms of art, including pencil drawings, oil and acrylic paintings, assemblages of used computer circuit boards, and needle felted jewelry. In the last 25 years her art has gone through many phases, from dark symbolic expressionism to lighter more realistic representation. Most recently her attention has turned to the issues of global warming and world destruction.

An opening reception was held on Saturday, June 9th from 4-7pm. The exhibition will run June 9th – July 28th, 2018 > EXTENDED until August 18th, 2018

An eclectic selection of new gallery acquisitions will also be exhibited, as well as old favorites. Artists include: Adela Akers, Karl Benjamin, Dorr Bothwell, Morris Graves, Karen Green, Robert Howard, Joyce Artel Hulbert, Walter KuhlmanBruce Lauritzen, Mary Tuthill Lindheim, Nathan Oliveira, Sutter Marin, Robert Pearson McChesney, Michael McMillan, Jim Spitzer, Zao Wou-Ki, and more

Click on the artist above or image below for more information. More images to come soon. Artwork by Iva Hladis;


Also showing an eclectic selection of new gallery acquisitions and old favorites including;


More images to come soon, please stay tuned..

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