Author Archives: Stephen Schumm

Daniel Hunter’s ceramic artworks “Tile Tales” are this month’s featured presentation exhibition at 621 Gallery.

The public is invited to an artist’s reception on Saturday, May 13, from 4:00 to 7:00.

Detail of Grimm Tales Detail of Duck Duck Goosestep

“I love the sweetness and wholesomeness of the children’s toy forms. When they are juxtaposed according to association a whole new narrative emerges. In other panels I am more interested in the patterns the tiles create.”

 

GALLERY 621 presents LINDA STEVENSON DUNLOP Intimate images from the series “Natural Bloodlines & Beyond” April 6th – April 30th. Breaking the Chain Opening Reception – meet the artist and poetry readings: Sat April 8th, 4 – 6 pm Mid-Month “Spring” Reception: Sat April 15th, 3 – 5 pm Gallery Hours: 12 – 6, ThursContinue Reading

Gallery 621 Artists invite you to view and enjoy THE HUMOR AND PAINTINGS OF JERROLD TURNER “ONE SMALL STEP FOR MAN . . .” Presidential Tower Architecture March 9th through April 2nd, 2017 Opening Reception Saturday, March 11th 5-7 PM “Within the Bay Area’s rich Plein air painting scene, Benicia artist Jerrold Turner stands out for hisContinue Reading

    New Work by Member Artists January 5th to 29th Cherry Moore Encircling Peace I

Linda Stevenson Dunlop “Interlude” Gallery 621 presents “Interlude” featuring inspirations and movements in time by artist Linda Stevenson Dunlop, along with a “new” exhibit of the artists of Gallery 621. Reception Saturday October 22, 4 – 7 pm

Lee Wilder Snider “Of The Earth” “Dusk, Benicia State Park”                                                                                          Continue Reading

          Robert Nelson “WILD and Whimsical” The Featured Artist for August is Robert Nelson who, after ceramic art and painting, has returned primarily to three dimensional work using recycled/repurposed materials – much of it “straight from the Strait”. His works are both artistic and whimsical. He enjoys transforming everyday ‘litter’ intoContinue Reading