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Gearbox Gallery

770 West Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612 United States
(510) 859 - 5208 http://gearboxgallery.com/

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Friday – Saturday 12 pm – 5 pm *

August 2021

Hierarchy – Juror, Elena Gross – GearBox Gallery – First Friday Reception

August 6 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Gearbox Gallery, 770 West Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612 United States
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770 West Grand Ave, Oakland CA Contact: info@gearboxgallery.com www.gearboxgallery.com(510) 271-0822Gallery Hours: Thursdays -Saturdays, 12 – 5 pm -- *Hierarchy includes the work of 22 artists exploring the theme in a multiplicity of artistic voices that together reflect values and feelings in response to societal and personal systems. Participating artists: Pilar Aguero-Esparza, Jizell Albright, Norman Aragones, Sheldon Bachus, Tim Bermudes, Sue Bradford, Janet Bogardus, Dana DeKalb, Myra Eastman, Niloufar Farzam, Jane Fisher, Chris Harvey, Kristy Headley, Dorian Katz, Danielle Lopez, Linda…

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Posies: A Pocketful – curated by Ruth Santee – GearBox Gallery

August 26 - October 2
Gearbox Gallery, 770 West Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612 United States
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Gallery Hours: Thursdays – Saturdays 12-5 pm and First Fridays 5-8 pm Throughout history, flowers have commanded human attention. Our relationship with flowers is special. In many ways it is symbiotic. Wild flowers being the exception, most flowers are cultivated and require human care. In return, flowers provide us with a rich cultural, and sensory experience. There are countless cultural and scientific references to flowers throughout history.  Humans have designated the flower as a symbol of birth, death, love and…

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Posies: A Pocketful – curated by Ruth Santee – Opening Reception

August 28 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Gearbox Gallery, 770 West Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94612 United States
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Throughout history, flowers have commanded human attention. Our relationship with flowers is special. In many ways it is symbiotic. Wild flowers being the exception, most flowers are cultivated and require human care. In return, flowers provide us with a rich cultural, and sensory experience. There are countless cultural and scientific references to flowers throughout history.  Humans have designated the flower as a symbol of birth, death, love and honor. We adorn our bodies, our homes, our churches and our graveyards…

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