Grant and Sutter, 36 x 36 mixed mediaJules Campbell: INTERSECTIONS

September 11- October 12

Join us for the Opening Reception: 
Second Saturday
September 13, 2014
6-8 p.m.

Closing Reception:
Second Saturday
October 11, 2014

On the work of artist/painter, Jules Campbell:
For me, some of Jules Campbell’s most compelling work is found within her series titled, Intersections. In this series, Campbell depicts what seem to be daily street scenes, capturing intersections with people in motion – navigating through the bustling city streets and sidewalks of downtown San Francisco – many scenes depicted from a bird’s eye perspective. These scenes are observed, captured and depicted above the street in a building – from a vantage point of a seventh floor window. This private and hidden perch allows the artist to study, contemplate and photograph the subjects below unnoticed, without disrupting activities or behavior in any way….  read more

Michael Almaguer
Faculty, Painting/Drawing, Art Department
Dean, Division of Applied and Fine Arts
Diablo Valley College

Coming Soon:
Schmierer_AccumulatedView3_72dpiTRANSMIGRATIONAL: Ceramics from the Corridor - a survey of contemporary ceramics, read more

Benicia Museum of Art: A new museum dedicated to preserving an promoting Benicia’s Art Legacy


Also at the Gallery:
Ceramic works by guest artists Jeff Nebeker, Jeffery Beckerleg and JeanCherie
Recent work by Kari BrinckNikki Basch-Davis, Pam DixonDavid Fitzgerald, TaVee McAllister Lee, Chuck Potter, Lee Wilder Snider and Diane Williams