Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

“It’s All Good!” Opening Reception Saturday, August 10th 4-8pm

Extended Solo by Douglas Ballou, 2014, Mixed Media, 11 × 42 “It’s All Good!” Opening Reception: Saturday, August 10th4-8pm // Exhibition Dates: August 10th– October 12th, 2019 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 […]

“From the Russian River to Santa Fe” Opening Reception Saturday, December 1st 4-8pm

High Desert Spring by Mary Silverwood, Pastel, 28 x 40 From the Russian River to Santa Fe FEATURING BRILLIANT COLORIST MARY SILVERWOOD (1932-2011) OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, December 1st 4-8pm // EXHIBITION DATES: December 1st, 2018 – January 11st, 2019 A unique showing of pastels and acrylics by Mary Silverwood will be exhibited at Calabi Gallery […]

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 […]

“Art of Social Commentary” opening reception Saturday, October 13th 4-8pm

The Border Crossed Us! by Emmanuel Catarino Montoya, 2016, Woodcut Prints mounted on foamcore board and Digitally Printed Images on Theatrical Scrim Panels, 10 x 10 x 18 ART OF SOCIAL COMMENTARY OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, October 13th 4-8pm // EXHIBITION DATES: October 13th – November 24th, 2018 “Art of Social Commentary” features numerous artists, both historical […]

The Fantastic Vision of Alejandro Salazar Opening Reception Saturday, August 25th 4-7pm

Figure Birthing by Alejandro Salazar, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 30 The Fantastic Vision of Alejandro Salazar OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, August 25th 4-7pm // EXHIBITION : August 25th – October 6th, 2018 Calabi Gallery is excited to present “The Fantastic Vision of Alejandro Salazar!” Born and raised in Colima, Mexico, Salazar has been widely exhibited throughout the United […]

Reception POSTONED until Saturday, August 25th 4-7pm

Figure Birthing by Alejandro Salazar, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 30 Due to the extension of our current exhibition and postponement of our upcoming exhibition, we will NOT be hosting a reception tomorrow, Saturday August 11th. Our next opening reception featuring the visionary art of Alejandro Salazar will be held on SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th from […]

Mid-Summer Celebration Wednesday, July 25th 5-8pm

“The Cliff House, 1900” by Iva Hladis, 2015, Graphite on Paper, 12 x 12 MID-SUMMER CELEBRATION – Please join us for the last chance to view “Migrations” featuring the art of Iva Hladis during evening hours on Wednesday, July 25th from 5-8pm. An eclectic selection of new gallery acquisitions as well as old favorites are also exhibited. “Migrations” […]

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 […]

Migrations Opening Reception Saturday, June 9th 4-7pm

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, June 9th 4-7pm // EXHIBITION DATES: June 9th – July 28th, 2018 Calabi Gallery is pleased to present the art of Iva Hladis. An eclectic selection of new gallery acquisitions will also be exhibited, as well as old favorites. Iva Hladis was born in communist Czechoslovakia in 1965. In 1985 she escaped and […]

March Mélange Extended & Artist Reception Sunday, May 6th 1-5pm

Sand Painting by Beatrice Benjamin, 1015 March Mélange Exhibition Extended & Artist Reception Sunday, May 6th 1-5pm Our current exhibition March Mélange has been extended through May 19th, 2018. Featuring a Retrospective of Beatrice Benjamin, work by Adela Akers, Alan Azhderian, Joyce Ertel Hulbert and Bambi Waterman, and new gallery inventory. The gallery will be open for an artists […]

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