Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

Gallery Group Show

Our first gallery group show of the year is an eclectic mix of new work by gallery artists as well as a selection from our inventory of vintage works, including new acquisitions. It is a wonderfully rich assortment bridging many periods of time, styles, and media. We are especially featuring works by gallery artists Douglas […]

Gallery Group Show Reception Saturday, March 26th 3-7pm

The Garden under the Surface by Bambi Waterman, Oil on Panel, 36 x 48 Gallery Group Show Reception: Saturday, March 26th 3-7pm  //  Exhibition Dates: March 10th – April 30th, 2022 Our new show is an eclectic mix of new work by gallery artists as well as a selection from our inventory of vintage works, […]

The Magical World of Christian Quintin

We are pleased to exhibit a new one man show for Christian Quintin. His fantastic visionary scenes derive much of their power from his remarkable technical skills and his use of the best materials available. While the conceptual compositions are of paramount importance to the art, his technical prowess is extremely rare in contemporary art. […]

Christian Quintin Opening Reception Saturday, December 11th 1-8pm

Lake View by Christian Quintin, Oil painting on French polyester canvas stretched over mahogany panel, 40 x 30 The Magical World of Christian Quintin Opening Reception: Saturday, December 11, 1-8pm // Exhibition: December 10, 2021 – January 29, 2022 We are pleased to announce a new one man show for Christian Quintin. His fantastic visionary […]

EXTENDED! “Extraction: Art on the Edge Abyss”

Vanishing X: Monarch Butterfly by Holly Downing, 2020, hand-colored mezzotint engraving, 3 x 7 We are extending our current exhibition “EXTRACTION: ART ON THE EDGE OF THE ABYSS” for another month until August 30th, 2021! This global multi-venue project seeks to provoke societal change by exposing and interrogating the negative social and environmental consequences of industrialized natural resource extraction. Our […]

Opening Saturday, May 25th! EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss

Minas de Tiras II by Bob Nugent, 2020, watercolor, oil & charcoal on panel, 24 x 24 EXTRACTION : ART ON THE EDGE OF THE ABYSS Saturday, May 29th – Saturday, July 31st 2021 Calabi Gallery is honored to participate in the global project EXTRACTION : ART ON THE EDGE OF THE ABYSS. This important multi-venue exhibition seeks […]

EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss

Calabi Gallery is honored to participate in the global project EXTRACTION: ART ON THE EDGE OF THE ABYSS. This important multi-venue exhibition seeks to provoke societal change by exposing and interrogating the negative social and environmental consequences of industrialized natural resource extraction. For more information on the project and to locate participating venues visit extractionart.org  Our […]

New Show: Bay Area Figurative Expressionism of the 20th Century

Nocturne #2 by Hassel Smith, 1946, Oil on Canvas, 42 x 40 BAY AREA FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONISM of the 20th CENTURY Our new show is an exploration of modernistic figurative art in the era of Abstract Expressionism. Some of these artists moved back and forth between figuration and abstraction and others were strictly figurative, although generally […]

BAY AREA FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONISM of the 20th CENTURY

Our new show is an exploration of modernistic figurative art in the era of Abstract Expressionism. Some of these artists moved back and forth between figuration and abstraction and others were strictly figurative, although generally not adhering to conventional concepts of realism. Forms are often extremely abstracted, yet clearly alluding to the human figure, animals, […]

“Recent Work by Gallery Artists” Online Exhibition

Visual artists have continued to create wonderful work in spite of the horrendous conditions of our times. We have suffered through 4 years of fascistic leadership, 3 years of widespread fires, and nearly 1 year of a killer virus, not to mention racist violence by police and others. Many people are out of work, and performing artists especially have been unable […]

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