Upcoming Exhibitions


Riccardo Mayr: Religious Paintings of the Expanded Galaxy (A 17th Century Star Wars Mash-up) December 2017 – January 28, 2018 Reception: Sunday, December 10th 3-6PM An inspiration from the past, an unexpected twist in our present, a proof for future generations. The purpose of this project is to integrate into original paintings from the 17th and 18th Century fictitious elements and characters taken from the popular culture of our times: the Star Wars saga. In so doing, we present religious faith and ethics in  a post-modern paradigm largely embedded in fictional reality through a multi-generational  exposure and fascination with successful […]

Religious Paintings of the Expanded Galaxy


Torben Ulrich: marks of play, re- marks on being November 1-30, 2017 Artist Reception: Sunday, November 12th 3-6PM Torben Ulrich CV Balligraphies About the artist: Torben Ulrich (born Oct. 4, 1928) has been called one the most colorful and unique voices in Danish culture of the 20th and 21st centuries, stemming from his lifelong activities as poet, musician, radio and newspaper journalist, painter, filmmaker, performer and athlete, all attempting to explore these fields within a transdisciplinary approach. This view has long been grounded in a process-oriented, wide-ranging study of movement in spiritual, philosophical and athletic traditions, accentuating the practical while including […]

Torben Ulrich


Diana Georgie: Pleasure Paradox February 1-28, 2018 Artist Reception: Sunday, February 11th 3-6PM   Diana Georgie was born in St. Petersburg in August of 1990, and shortly after her family immigrated to San Francisco just prior to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Georgie relocated to Los Angeles in 2008 to pursue a career in modeling that has brought her into collaboration with some of the top visual artists in the field, including David Fincher, David La Chapelle, Paul Marciano, Norman Jean Roy, Darren Tieste, Tyler Sheilds, and Randall Slavin (among others), and she is still a highly sought […]

Diana Georgie: Pleasure Paradox