Exhibitor listing
  • Hanging From a Mop - Lynette Cook
  • Still Life with Tibetan Bowl - Willard Dixon
  • Clothes Lines - Lynette Cook
  • Number 70: Pier 70 - Kim Frohsin
  • Left Hanging - Lynette Cook
  • Electricity: Filbert Street - Kim Frohsin
  • Number 5: For Chanel and DiMaggio - Kim Frohsin
  • All Lined Up - Lynette Cook
  • Near Land's End - Willard Dixon
  • Still Life with Apricot - Willard Dixon
  • Out to Dry (triptych) - Lynette Cook
  • Cola Flyer - Kim Frohsin
  • Number 66: Colors of Currency - Kim Frohsin
  • Rose Bowl - Kim Frohsin
  • Dappled Sky - Willard Dixon
  • Chinatown - Donaldina Cameron Alley - Lynette Cook
  • Wicker Chair #3: Throne - Kim Frohsin

Gallerie Citi

Gallerie Citi
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Burlingame, CA 94010
United States
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Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Lynette Cook
    Biography : Lynette Cook, a child of the Midwest, moved south for college, receiving a BS¬ in biology and a BFA in drawing and painting from Mississippi University for Women. After graduating with a MFA from the California College of the Arts (drawing, with a specialization in scientific illustration), she became the staff Artist/Photographer for the Morrison Planetarium, California Academy of Sciences, and her astronomy career was launched. Cook worked with researchers and science educators at the forefront of scientific discoveries. Among them is Dr. Geoff Marcy, an astrophysicist who, with his collaborators, has discovered over 250 extrasolar planets to date. This has resulted in worldwide publication of Cook’s space images in books, periodicals, documentaries, press releases, and web sites published/produced by Astronomy, BBC Television, CNN, The Discovery Channel, Japan Public Television, NASA, Newsweek, the San Francisco Chronicle, Scientific American, Time, UCLA, and US News & World Report (a partial list). Cook also has been featured on ABC7 News (KGO) and in USA Today. Introspection arising from a challenging health issue in 2009 motivated Cook to connect more deeply to fine art painting. She now explores earthly subjects with renewed zeal, ranging from contemporary visions of timeworn buildings to colorful inspirations of everyday life. Recent exhibitions include the 2013 Statewide Painting Competition and Exhibition at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, where her painting received Honorable Mention, and the Summer National at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato. A year ago Cook received Best in Show in the Richeson Small Works 2013 competition in Kimberly, WI. Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    2012 Inspirations, Vargas Gallery, Mission College, Santa Clara, CA
    2008 The Search for a World Like Our Own: Imagine Earth 2.0, swissnex San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
    2001 Extrasolar Planets, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA
    2000 The Gallery at Villa Montalvo, Saratoga, CA
    Planetary Systems Discovered at Lick Observatory, and Other Celestial Imagery, Lick Observatory,
    Mt. Hamilton, CA
    1998 Evergreen Galleries, Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA
    Paintings of the Universe, Faculty Club, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
    Art of the Universe, Cogswell Polytechnical College, Sunnyvale, CA
    1997 Discovering the Universe, Fireplace Gallery, Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, OR
    1996 UCSF Faculty/Alumni House, University of California, San Francisco, CA
    1986 (Two-Person Exhibit), Strybing Arboretum; San Francisco, CA
    2014 Collector, San Francisco Airport, San Francisco, CA
    Space Stories, Roll Up Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2013 2013 Statewide Painting Competition and Exhibition, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
    Gems II, Arts Benicia, Benicia, CA
    Array, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA
    Silicon Valley Small Works II, Vargas Gallery, Mission College, Santa Clara, CA
    Tiny, Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Falkirk Annual Fall Juried Exhibition, Falkirk Cultural Center, San Rafael, CA
    Nature's Many Splendors: Farms, Gardens, and Woodlands, Filoli, Woodside, CA
    Collector, Berkeley, CA
    5th Annual 50/50, Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA
    Summer National Exhibition, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Novato, CA
    UArt Open 2013 Exhibition, University Art, San Jose, CA
    City Streets, Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Breath of Spring, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA
    Delicious, Studio Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Richeson Small Works 2013, Richeson School of Art & Gallery, Kimberly, WI
    The Guerilla Show 3, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2012 Artistic Visions of the Gold
    Detailed Description : Lynette Cook’s contemporary shadow paintings glimpse moments in time when clean laundry dries in the breezes of San Francisco's inner city. Meticulously capturing local scenes where laundry hangs from the balconies, mops and ladders of Chinatown buildings, Cook reflects a world looking forward while remaining anchored in the past
    Lynette Cook - Chinatown - Donaldina Cameron Alley
    Chinatown - Donaldina Cameron Alley
    Lynette Cook - Out to Dry (triptych)
    Out to Dry (triptych)
    Lynette Cook - All Lined Up
    All Lined Up
    Lynette Cook - Left Hanging
    Left Hanging
    Lynette Cook - Clothes Lines
    Clothes Lines
    Lynette Cook - Hanging From a Mop
    Hanging From a Mop
  • Willard Dixon
    Willard Dixon - Dappled Sky
    Dappled Sky
    Willard Dixon - Still Life with Apricot
    Still Life with Apricot
    Willard Dixon - Near Land's End
    Near Land's End
    Willard Dixon - Still Life with Tibetan Bowl
    Still Life with Tibetan Bowl
  • Kim Frohsin
    Kim Frohsin - Wicker Chair #3: Throne
    Wicker Chair #3: Throne
    Kim Frohsin - Rose Bowl
    Rose Bowl
    Kim Frohsin - Number 66: Colors of Currency
    Number 66: Colors of Currency
    Kim Frohsin - Cola Flyer
    Cola Flyer
    Kim Frohsin - Number 5: For Chanel and DiMaggio
    Number 5: For Chanel and DiMaggio
    Kim Frohsin - Electricity: Filbert Street
    Electricity: Filbert Street
    Kim Frohsin - Number 70: Pier 70
    Number 70: Pier 70

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Elaine Badgley Arnoux
    Biography : The messages in these autobiographical narratives, using Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes to examine the state of the world, are harsh in the manner of Goys’s dark, war inspired masterpieces; works Badgley-Arnoux cites definitive and continuing influences. Although this type of work can be difficult to look at, it is beautiful – beautifully executed and realized. This authentic “from the soul’ art is accomplished through the artist’s innate talent, her almost 70 years of honed skills, and her willingness to remain emotionally open and vulnerable. Badgley-Arnoux gives us a once-in-a-lifetime visual experience with her timely vision of ‘Once Upon a Time’. By, Susan Hillhouse for Badgley-Arnoux’s San Luis Obispo Museum exhibition catalogue. Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2012 “A Time And A Place: Elaine Badgley Arnoux and Channing Peak” San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, San Luis Obispo, CA “The Mayors of San Francisco,” Mayors Office, City Hall, San Francisco, CA 2011 “People and Places,” Old Mint, Museum of Art and History, San Francisco, CA 2009 “The People of San Francisco,” Premier Installation: Old Mint and Museum of San Francisco, CA 2008 “Once Upon A Time,” Santa Cruz Museum, MacPherson Center, Santa Cruz, CA 2004 Retrospective, San Luis Obispo Art Center, San Luis Obispo, CA 2001 “The People of San Francisco,” Art Commission Gallery, San Francisco City Hall, San Francisco, CA 1999 “Shadow & Light,” Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA 1992 “The New Frontier: Rebuilding the American Dream” Premier Installation: – Twenty painted shopping carts as covered wagons pushed by homeless people and artists to the civic center in San Francisco, CA 1990 College of Holy Names, Oakland, CA 1985 “The People of San Francisco - 100 Portraits,” California Historical Society, San Francisco, CA 1977 Municipal Art Gallery, Biot, France 1971-75 Gump’s Art Gallery (yearly shows), San Francisco, CA 1969-70 Gordon Woodside Gallery, Seattle, WA 1960 Scripps College Gallery, Pomona, CA 1957 Robert Day Gallery, Richmond, CA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 2013 "Storytellers" Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA 2012 “IntroductionTwo-Selected Works,” Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA 2011 “Woman’s Rites,” Barbara Beretich Gallery, Claremont, California 2010-09 “Group Exhibition,” School House Art Gallery, 1892, Brownville, NE 2007 “MAH’s Plein Air Affaire,” Santa Cruz Museum, MacPherson Center, Santa Cruz, CA 2007 “Soirée of Petite Treasures,” San Luis Obispo Art Center, San Luis Obispo Art Center, CA 2005 “Looking Back and Seeing Forward,” Charles Campbell Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2001 “Works on Paper,” The Achenbach Collection, San Francisco Legion of Hon

  • Elizabeth Barlow
    Biography : In the spirit of the great portraiture tradition, but deviating from its usual approach, Elizabeth Barlow creates oil paintings of people using their belongings rather then their faces, to explore the human experience. In this series, the artist uses shoes to represent the person who wears them. The deep emotional content inherent in these very personal objects represents rich opportunities for storytelling. Exhibition : SELECTED EXHIBITIONS Storytellers August, 2013 Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA Introduction One September, 2012 Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA Annual Still Life Invitational October, 2012 Elliott Fouts Gallery, Sacramento, CA 18th Annual Texas National Juried Competition and Exhibition April 14 -- May 26, 2012 Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX 2nd Place Award, juror Dave Hickey Expressions West 2012 Juried Exhibition April 27 -- June 30, 2012 Coos Art Museum, Oregon 3rd Place Award, juror Douglas Russell Triton Museum of Art 2011 Statewide Painting Competition and Exhibition December 9, 2011 -- February 12, 2012 Santa Clara, California- Second Place Award Berkeley Art Center's 28th Annual Juried Exhibition August 20 - October 2, 2011 Berkeley, California Springville Museum of Art 87th Annual Spring Salon April 22 -- July 3, 2011 Springville, Utah 2010 "A Family Affair: Philip Barlow and Elizabeth Barlow" August 6 -- September 6, 2010 District Art Gallery, Park City, Utah 2009 “Double Take: A Father and Daughter Explore the Still Life,” March 20 - April 20, Iron Horse Gallery, Park City, Utah 2008 Marin County Fair, Juried Exhibition, July 2008, sponsored by Marin County Arts Council 2007 San Francisco Open Studios, October 2007, Atelier 781, San Francisco, CA “Arcadia: Artists Celebrate Trees,” April 2007, San Francisco, CA “Merit Award,” Juried Exhibition, “Romancing the Figure,” February 2007, Artisans Gallery, San Anselmo, CA UC Berkeley Extension Exhibition, February 2007, SOMA Campus, San Francisco, CA 2004 San Francisco Open Studios, “New Work,” San Francisco, CA “Evening In The Garden”, Red Butte Gardens, University of Utah 2003 San Francisco Open Studios, “New Paintings,” San Francisco, CA “Elizabeth Barlow and Elizabeth Fracchia,” Canessa Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Arcadia: Artists Celebrate Trees”, SOMARTS, San Francisco

  • Alyson Belcher
    Exhibition : SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 2014 Gallerie Citi, NEST —A two person exhibition with April Dawn Parker Burlingame, CA Photo L.A. 2014, Louis Klaitman Vintage and Contemporary Photographs, Los Angeles, CA 2013 Small Works/Holiday Exhibition, Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA San Francisco Camerawork Benefit Auction Preview Exhibition, San Francisco, CA DC Fine Art Photography Fair, Louis Klaitman Vintage and Contemporary Photographs, Washington DC Alyson Belcher and William Stanisich: A Two-Person Show, Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA Summer Showings: Five Gallery Artists, Robert Tat Gallery, San Francisco Photo l.a. 2013, Louis Klaitman Vintage and Contemporary Photographs, Santa Monica, CA 2012 San Francisco Camerawork Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA The Human Form, Robert Tat Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2011 Gallery Selections, Galerie BMG, Woodstock, NY San Francisco Camerawork Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA Hope, Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2010 Self, Galerie BMG, Woodstock, NY Roll Call, San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco, CA 2009 Home for the Holidays, Corden Potts Gallery, San Francisco, CA Still (in) Motion, Frisbie St., Oakland, CA Ersatz Group Exhibition, San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco, CA 2008 San Francisco Camerawork Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA Spectrum 6, Mezzanine, San Francisco, CA Elements, John Jellico Gallery, Art Institute of Colorado, Denver, CO A Summer Salon, Robert Tat Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2007 Alyson Belcher: Body of Light - Pinhole Self-Portraits, Robert Tat Gallery, San Francisco, CA Newly Acquired Photographs, Robert Tat Gallery, San Francisco, CA Sun Pictures to Megapixels: Archaic Processes to Alternative Realities, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY, Joel Simpson, curator (catalog) 2006 Theater of the Self, Taiwan International Visual Arts Center, Taipei, Taiwan San Francisco Camerawork Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA Person, Place or Thing: A Sur

  • Roy Borrone

  • Heather Capen
    Biography : Capen’s oil paintings reflect her interest in the built environment, and the interplay between city life, nature and infrastructure. Responding to sites that might otherwise be overlooked, Capen’s paintings reflect on the underlying beauty of the places we see, and often don’t see. Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2011 Reuse, Recycle, Refurbish, 625 Sutter Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2011 Alternate Views, Cigar Bar and Grill, San Francisco, CA 2010 Urban Renewal, Acupuncture Kitchen, San Francisco, CA 2009 Mission and Beyond, Ginger Rubio, San Francisco, CA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2013 Storytellers, Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA 2012 Transitional Landscapes, Robert Allen Fine Art, Sausalito, CA 2012 Art for Aids Fundraiser, Juried Selection, San Francisco, CA 2012 Northern California Landscapes and Cityscapes, Robert Allen Fine Art, Sausalito, CA 2012 ArtSpan’s Benefit Art Auction, Nominated Selection, SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA 2012 California Realists, Juried Selection, ArtZone 461, San Francisco, CA 2011 Tiny, STUDIO Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2011 Industry is In, Zonal, San Francisco, CA 2011 The Cannery Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2011 Art for Aids Fundraiser, Juried Selection, San Francisco, CA 2011 Alumni Show, The Taft School, Watertown, CT 2010 City Streets: Urban Views of the Bay Area and Beyond, STUDIO Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2010 Delicious, STUDIO Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2010 Marin Open Studios Preview Show, Marin Arts Gallery, San Rafael, CA 2010 Urban Landscape, 688 Gallery, San Francisco,CA 2010 City Subject 2010: San Francsico Urban Studies, Back to the Picture Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2009 Tedda Hughes Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2 person show. 2009 ArtistXchange Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2009 ARTdeezine’s 4th Annual ARTasting Event, San Francisco, CA. 2009 ArtSpan Group Show, SomArts Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2009 Locals, Studio 333, Sausalito, CA 2009 Spring Show, Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA 1993 Spring Show, The Marchutz School, Aix-en-Provence, France 1992 Vernissage, L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Lacoste, France REPRESENTATION Gallerie Citi 1115 Howard Ave Burlingame, CA 94010 EDUCATION 2000 University of California, Berkeley, Masters of Lan

  • John Casado
    Biography : John Casado's career includes every aspect of the commercial communication world. He worked as an art director for Young & Rubicam Advertising. He also worked as a designer for the late Saul Bass. John Casado, as Casado, Inc., earned the reputation as one of the leaders in graphic design and marketing worldwide. Among his most noted work is the initial trademark and image for NEW LINE CINEMA, ESPRIT and MACINTOSH. As a result of his relationship with ESPRIT, John Casado changed careers to become a photographer. His photography career has been equally dramatic. His current work in advertising, editorial, and fashion photography draws on his strong sense of design and conceptual thinking. His clients include: The Sak, Hartmann Luggage, KMS Research Hair Products, Neutrogena Skin products, Eve . com, Levi's, Dockers, Birkenstock, Compaq and IBM. His far east clients include Coupe de Chance for World, Inc., Japan, Felissimo, Japan Familiar, Japan and Tomboy for Sungdo, Korea. His work has appeared in international magazines such as "Mirabella", "GQ", "Elle", "Interview" and "Harper's Bazaar". His work has been recently been featured in Axis Magazine (Japan), Zoom Magazine, Sur La Terre, Victim (Italy) and B+W Magazine (Australia). His fine art career started with a painting show at the Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco in 1984, which was in conjunction with a Man Ray show. John Casado's first photography exhibition was at the Xibit Gallery, Los Angeles in 1994. His work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Art in New Orleans. Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS City Picture Frame Gallery, San Francisco, Summer 2003 City Picture Frame Gallery, San Francisco, Summer 2002 Xibit Gallery, Los Angeles, Spring 1990 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Five Senses Projects, San Rafael, CA, Spring 2010 I. Wolk Gallery, St. Helena, CA, 2004 The Shapiro Gallery, San Francisco, Fall 2003 The Benham Gallery, Seattle, Fall 2003 Louis Stern Gallery, Los Angeles, Spring 1995 The Stephen Wirtz Gallery, 1984 (painting show) MUSEUM COLLECTIONS The New Orleans Museum of Art SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND REVIEWS La Fotograpia Actual, No. 104, Spain August/September 2004 Black + White Magazine, No. 59, Australia, February 2002 The San Francisco Chronicle, Jesse Hamlin, May 25, 2002 Male Nudes Now, New Visions for the 21st Century, David Leddick / Universe Press BORN Los Angeles, California; May 30, 1944 EDUCATION University of California, Los Angeles Art Center College of Design, B.A. 1966 Los Angeles, California SELECT COLLECTIONS Cooper Hewitt Museum, permanent collection Museum of Modern Art, New York, permanent collection Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design, permanent collection U.S. Library of Congress, archive National Popular and Graphic Arts, permanent collection The New Orleans Museum of Art, permanent collection U.S. Library of Congress, archive SELECT RECOGNITION Grammy, Best Album Cover, 1974 Gold Medal Award in Design from Art Directors Club of Los Angeles Gold Medal Award in Design from Art Directors Club of New York Gold Medal Award in Design from Art Directors Club of San Francisco EXHIBITIONS Selected Solo Exhibitions, CPF Gallery, San Francisco, 2003 CPF Gallery, San Francisco, 2002 Xibit Gallery, Los Angeles, 1990 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS The Benham Gallery, Seattle, 2003 Louis Stern Gallery, Los Angeles. 1995 The Xibit Gallery, Los Angeles, 1994 The Stephen Wirtz Gallery, 1984 (painting) The Ryder Gallery, Chicago Illinois

  • Fréderic Choisel
    Biography : Art is the result of who you are, not necessarily what you know My career as an artist began when I was eleven years old, when I started taking my first photographs with an old Pentax camera. This initial exposure to photography led to my pursuit of a degrée at the Ecole Supérieur d’Etudes Cinématographiques in Paris, France. After my studies, I was privileged to work with Gaétan de Rosnay. His Post- Impressionistic style and focused enthusiasm for painting became the primary influence in my studies and inspired an exploration of classical artists from all over the world. This led to my study of light and form of the 17th century Dutch and Spanish painters, as well as later French artists: Delacroix, Courbet, Chardin and Corot. I took my passion for creative expression and the influential artists I admired to start a filmmaking business in the San Francisco Bay Area. While taking countless images, painting remained important to me. The actual physicality of working with the materials and the canvas is something that I missed as a photographer and filmmaker. I merged my photographic experience with my early focus on painting in the style of classical realism to develop a more abstract impressionistic style of painting. Being influenced by the works of Cezanne, de Kooning and de Stael, I continued to utilize my passion for capturing moments of inspiration and then turning the photographic images into paintings that have complete lives of their own. My motivation in making paintings is based mostly on the need to communicate. What interests me in the process of painting is the possibility of reorganizing our perception of reality. I navigate between arbitrary figurative elements originated by the mind and the abstract representation of those elements in a search for a certain new exactitude. Inspired by everyday, simple situations, I am motivated by the need to share a visual perspective in an unconventional ways. Every day, I extract various elements fr Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2014 Galerie Trescia Paris, France 2013 “The Sound of the Trees” Galleri Citi, Burlingame, CA 2012 Epicenter, San Francisco, CA 2009 Fringale, San Francisco, CA 2008 Park Side Gallery, Carmel, CA GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2013 “Heads” Galleri Citi, Burlingame, CA 2013 Introduction III, Galerie Citi, Burlingame, CA 2011 “Local Connections”, Long Island City, New York 2007 Park Side Gallery, Carmel, CA 2006 Park Side Gallery, Carmel, CA 2006 Winstanley-Roark Fine Arts Gallery, Cape Cod, MA 2004 Wilde Meyer Gallery, Scottsdale,AZ 2003 Wilde Meyer Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

  • Nina Dietzel
    Biography : German photographer Nina Dietzel invites viewers to explore the unusual subjects captured in her veracious and contemporary work. In her Geister series, she examines the ghostly grace of the Mothball Fleet, a floating cemetery of abandoned Navy, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine ships near San Francisco. These iron ladies are a source of ongoing environmental controversy, as they will leak toxic metals into the Bay until the site is closed for good. Dietzel’s beautiful photographs pose silent questions and invite discourse.

  • Jane B. Grimm
    Biography : Jane B. Grimm is a ceramic sculptor living and working in San Francisco. She was born and raised there. After her schooling on the East Coast where she studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and where she received her AB from Sarah Lawrence College, she started her career as a jewelry designer and manufacturer in New York City. Her jewelry was seen in magazines such as Harper's Bazaar and Vogue and sold in many department stores and boutiques in the United States and Europe. While still living on the East Coast, Jane started working with clay in the early 70's. She also taught jewelry making while she began raising her family. Upon returning to San Francisco, she continued to make jewelry but embarked on a more intensive study of clay. In 1992, she received her MFA in Ceramics with High Distinction from the California College of Arts and Crafts, having studied with Viola Frey and Art Nelson. Her sculpture has been on display nationally in a variety of venues including museums, galleries and alternative spaces. She also has produced art for corporate buildings. Examples of Jane's exhibitions have been "Contemporary Craft" at the Olive Hyde Gallery in Fremont, CA, "Calm, Cool and Collected" at the Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA, "Subtractions & Additions: Ceramic Sculpture and Installations" at the Ft. Mason San Francisco Museum of Craft and Folk Art, a one person show at Enigma Gallery in Exssex Junction, VT, "The Chess Set" at the Oakland Museum Sculpture Court, Oakland, CA, and a two person show at Crockett Contemporary Art Gallery in Crockett, CA. Exhibition : Selected Group Shows: 2011 Alameda Museum, "Cross Currents", Alameda, CA 7/6-29 San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, "California Sculpture SLAM", San Luis Obispo, CA 8/12-9/30 2010 Museum of Art and History, "ACGA at MAH", Santa Cruz, CA 2009 PARC, "ACGA at PARC", Palo Alto, CA 4/1-6/1 Falkirk Cultural Center, "Out of the Fire: Clay and Glass from ACGA", San Rafael, CA 10/16-1/2/10 Marin MOCA, "Ten Ceramic and Glass Artists", Novato, CA 12/5-1/5/10 2008 California Modern Art Gallery, 9/25-12/20 Galerie Gora, "AWA in Canada", Montreal, Canada, 9/9-27 Ruby's Clay Studio, "Locker Holder's Group Show", San Francisco, CA 9/3-16 Art Zone 461 Gallery, 6/22-7/16 Pence Gallery, “Exploring the Surface”, Davis, CA, 4/25-5/1 Rozanoff Art, “Three Dimensional”, San Francisco, CA, 3/11-4/29 Mezzanine Gallery, “Food for Thought”, San Francisco, CA, 2/20-4/1 2007 Salmagundi Art Club, New York, NY, 10/27-11/2 Mezzanine Gallery, “Clothes Minded”, San Francisco, CA 10/17-11/28 Amsterdam Whitney International Fine Art, New York, NY 9/4-10/2 ARTwork SF Gallery, “Nocturnal Vision”. San Francisco, CA, 9/4-10/1 Richmond Art Center, “Pacific Rim Sculptors Group 2007 Summer Members Exhibition”, Richmond, CA 6/14-8/11 Pence Gallery, “Follow the Line”, Davis, CA 4/27-6/10 871 Fine Arts, “4 Generations of Women at CCA”, 4/17-5/30, SF, CA Creative Arts Workshop, “Ceramic Abstraction”, New Haven ,CT 3/30-5/4 Chicago Art Source Gallery, “Plane”, Chicago, IL 3/5-4/15 Asylum Gallery, “The Alliance of Women Artists,” Sacramento, CA 1/13-2/12 2006 ARTwork SF Gallery, “Peace, Love, Joy, Art,” San Francisco, CA, 12/9-30 Ruby’s Annual Holiday Show, 552-A Noe St., San Francisco, CA, 12/4/06-1/7/07 600 Townsend, “16 Years at 600 Townsend”, San Francisco, CA, 7/27-9/7 Pence Gallery, Davis, CA, “ACGA@Pence Gallery, 4/26-5/25 California College of the Arts, Oliver Art Center, T. Bruce Gallery, Oakland, CA “CCA Ceramics 1950-20

  • Jean-Claude Langer
    Biography : Jean-Claude Langer was born, raised, and educated in Paris, France. After a passage at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, in the Architecture section, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he graduated from Art Center College of Design with a BFA in Advertising Design. Langer earned over thirty major feature film credits as a digital texture artist at Industrial Light & Magic in San Francisco, while exhibiting his paintings throughout Europe, and in the US, from New York to San Francisco. Langer’s acrylic paintings on paper and panel is included in numerous public and private collections in the US and Europe. Exhibition : 2013 Vermont Studio Center Residency, Johnson, VT Gallerie Citi HEADS Exhibit, Burlingame, CA 2012 French American Cultural Society Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA Headlands Center for the Arts Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA Heroes & Hearts, San Francisco General Hospital Foundation 2011 Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts, Mill Valley, CA Pacific Art League “Urban Forest”, Honorable Mention, Palo Alto, CA Circa Gallery, Minneapolis, MN Basement Gallery, Boise, ID ShowArtists, “Art Curated September Classic”, Silver Award Saatchi Online “ArtParis,” Grand Palais, Paris 2010 Vintage Berkeley, Berkeley, CA – Solo show 1993 Galerie Montenay “Art Attack,” Paris Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA Foxhall Gallery, Washington D.C. La Di Da Gallery, Half Moon Bay CA 1992 Foxhall Gallery, Washington D.C. The John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1991 Salle Drouot Richelieu, Paris Galeria Espai 29, Castellon, Spain 1990 Gallery Henoch, New York 1989 Foxhall Gallery, Washington D.C. 1988 Mandel JCC, Beachwood, Ohio Foxhall Gallery, Washington D.C. The John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, CA RVS Fine Art, South Hampton, New York 1987 Galerie Liliane François, Autumn Show, Paris Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York Galerie Liliane François, Spring Show, Paris FILM 1994–2010 Industrial Light & Magic, San Francisco, CA As a 3D Texture Artist, I was given credit on over thirty major motion pictures. ADVERTISING DESIGN 1973-1974 TBWA, Art Director, Paris France 1971-1973 Foote, Cone & Belding, Art Director, New York

  • Derek Lynch
    Biography : Derek Lynch’s urban landscapes series is based upon sociological, geographical, and architectural issues that are intrinsic to the urban story. Incorporating photo images derived from Bay Area architecture into the work, Lynch dissects, fragments and rearranges images to create new interpretations of our world. As nature has surrounded mankind to shape identity, here the artist explores what “else” surrounds us to make us who we are today. Media includes photo-collage, polymers submersed in ink, pencil, markers, acrylic paint and permanent pigment. Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2011 Displacement, 550 California ST, SF, CA 2010 SFMOMA Museo, 151 third street SF, CA 2007 501 Beale, San Francisco, CA 2007 300 Third, San Francisco, CA 2005 90 New Montgomery, San Francisco, CA 2003 Gallery at Thoreau, The Presidio of San Francisco, CA 2002 Sharon Park Gallery, Menlo Park, CA 2000 Gallery Ovissi, Emeryville, CA 1993 South Eighth Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn 1985 Laight Street Gallery, Tribeca, NY 1981 First National Bank, Clinton, NJ 1977 – 1981 School of Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2011 Habitat: Explorations of Home and Shelter in Contemporary Art; Lafayette, CA 2009 SFMOMA Artist gallery New World Order SF, CA 2009 SFMOMA Artist Gallery Holidaz SF, CA 2008 SFMOMA Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2007 Visual Aid's Big Deal 13, SomArts Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2007 STAR Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA 2007 Gallery at Thoreau, The Presidio of San Francisco, CA 2006 Hearts in San Francisco,San Francisco General Hospital Foundation,public-art display, CA 2005 Small Works, Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, UT 2004 Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, UT 05-07 FUF, Arcadia, Artist Celebrate Trees, San Francisco, CA 2004 ART WALK, Art Span Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2003 Arcadia Art Auction, Art Span Gallery, San Francisco, CA 00-02 Sharon Park Gallery, Menlo Park, CA 2000 Hang Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2000 Tales of the City, Microsoft SF, Sony Metreon, San Francisco, CA 1999 Gallery Ovissi, Emeryville, CA 1999 Four Walls, Post Postcard 4, San Francisco, CA 1998 Four Walls, Post Postcard III, San Francisco, CA 1997 Carmichael Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1988 – 1991 Bond Street Gallery, New York, NY 1985 Gruenebaum Gallery, East 57th Street, NY 1985 Clinton Art Center, NJ 1982 Sara Renchler Gallery, Soho, NY 1982 Nine-Man Invitational, 9 Styles, Tribeca, NY 81-85 Laight Street Gallery, Tribeca, NY 1980 P.S. 1, Long Island C

  • Kuzana Ogg
    Detailed Description :
    Ogg’s use of color and lustrous, complex surfaces are hallmarks of her contemporary work. Her subjects range from dresses, female forms, and flora— and most recently, instrumentation diagrams of machinery —to full abstraction. By ghosting colors and line fragments through transparent layering—both planned and spontaneous—visual harmony is created, and the result inspires the viewer’s interpretation.
  • April Dawn Parker
    Biography : April Dawn Parker uses her abstract paintings to explore the complexity of the natural world as it intersects with the manufactured. Taking visual inspiration from such varied sources as cartography, aerial photography, beehives, and intercellular forms, each work is an abstract map that shows a broad view of a scene overlaid with zooms, simultaneously showing multiple levels of magnification. Parker has a BA from Brown University and studied at Yale University School in the MFA Graphic Design program. Her work is included in numerous private and public collections. Exhibition : SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AND HONORS 2014 Nest, Two-person exhibition, Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA Dart for Art, Lymelight Foundation 3rd Annual Auction, Burlingame, CA 2013 Narbutas Spring Art Salon, Two-person exhibition, Ross, CA Small Works Holiday Show, Group Show, Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA Gallerie Citi, Selected for representation, Director Andra Norris, Burlingame, CA 33rd Faber Birren Natl. Color Award Show, national juried exhibition, Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT (Juror Derek Leka, Faculty at Silvermine Arts Center, New Canaan, CT) Works on Paper, national juried exhibition, Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis MD (Juror Katherine Blood, Curator of Fine Prints, Library of Congress, Washington, DC) Bold, juried exhibition, O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, Mill Valley, CA (Juror Robert Green, Director of Robert Green Fine Arts, Mill Valley, CA) Out of the Blue, juried exhibition, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes, CA (Juror Ruth Braunstein, Director of Braunstein/Quay Gallery 1962 – 2012, San Francisco, CA) 2012 Colorida Gallery, Group show, Lisbon, Portugal Dwell Magazine Home Tours: Marin, Featured artist, Dehn Bloom Design, Mill Valley, CA Marin Designer’s Showcase, Estate tour, works presented by SBFA, Tiburon, CA One King’s Lane, Inaugural on-line fine art sale, works presented by SBFA, San Francisco, CA 2011 Headlands Center for the Arts, Silent auction, San Francisco, CA Chocolate Party Art Show, Group show, SBFA, Mill Valley, CA Serena and Lily Art Bazaar, On-line fine art sale, presented by SBFA, Mill Valley, CA 2010 Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts Consulting (SBFA), Selected to join artist roster, Mill Valley, CA Industrial Center Building, Open Studios, Sausalito, CA Marin Arts Council, Open Studios, Sausalito, CA SELECTED PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Allison and Jim Bloom, Mill Valley CA Rob and Mary Bole, Silver Spring, MD Bill and Jennifer Lynch, Portland, OR Kes and Laura Narbutas, Ross, CA Offices of Detailed Description :
    Having moved around a lot during childhood and after, I became fascinated by maps at an early age. From birth to age 17, I lived in 17 different locations and all told, I have lived in 39 different homes. Conceptually, I think both about maps as things that explain layered physical spaces, allowing you to see from varying distances, while also thinking about mapping as capturing a story or history. With my work, I create abstract maps that explore specific times and places. As maps distort reality through reduction and simplification, so does memory through reconstruction; the mapping I create in my work merges these various layers of distortion. The visual building blocks that inspire my work range from aerial photography, cartography and geometry, to cellular imagery and natural history.
  • Unai San Martin
    Biography : Photogravures are made by hand, from polishing the copper plate to pulling a print from the etching press. It is a time consuming and unforgiving process, but I favor a slower approach to image making. As in cooking, it is a way of putting my soul into what I do. It is hard to describe the emotion of pulling my first gravure, in a little garage on a winter night in Spain, about 12 years ago. I knew that moment that I was hooked to the process, and that months of struggling with all the variables that gravure has were worth it. Since then, I have refined my work by only pursuing images that resonate with the gravure process. And in every plate I make, I have the expectations of the very first experience." Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2006 Galeria Altxerri, San Sebastian, spain 391 Gallery, California 2004 Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco Ga lería la Caja Negra, Madrid , Spain Selected Group Exhibitions 2005 Paris Photo, Paris ARCO International Fair, with La Caja Negra Gallery, Antonia Puyo Gallery and Altxerri Gallery, Madrid, Spain MACO, Mexico Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico DF, Galeria La caja Negra Estampa, with Archeles publishers, Madrid , Spain 2004 Estampa, Madrid, Galería La Caja Negra, Madrid MACO, Mexico Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico DF, Galería La Caja Negra DFOTO, Donosti Foto International, Spain, Galería Visor AIPAD Photography show, Scott Nichols Gallery, New York. 2003 Chicago Art Fair, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco Waterworld, Kala Art Institute, Berkeley Photo San Francisco, Scott Nichols Gallery and West Coast Photo Gallery Photo Arts Santa Fe, "Feral Photographers" San Jose Museum of Art, California Photo L.A., Schott Nichols Gallery, Los Angeles 2002 CameraWork Gallery,Auction, San Francisco ARCO, International Art Fair, La caja negra Gallery, Madrid SF MOMA, Rental Galery, San Francisco AIPAD Photography Show, Scott Nichols Gallery, New York Kunst Köln , La Caja Negra Gallery, Germany Kala In Bielorus, Bielorus Artium, Vitoria, Spain 2001 Kunst Köln, Germany Photo San Francisco, San Francisco Photo LA, Los Angeles 2000 Kala Art Institute Photogravure Show, Berkeley, California Foto España, Madrid, Spain Camerawork Gallery, Auction, San Francisco 1999 Kunst Köln, Germany Photo San Francisco, San Francisco Photo LA, Los Angeles 1998 Scapes, Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, California Selected Honors and Awards 2005 Prize "Villa de Madrid", Madrid 2004 Individual Artist Grant, Marin Art Council, California 2002 First Prize, National Printmaking Competition, Madrid Selected for Photo Review International competition 2001 Honorable Mention, National Printmaking Competition, Madrid 1999 Selecte

  • Michael Schwab
    Biography : One of America’s most recognized and beloved illustrators, Michael Schwab focuses on the interplay of positive and negative space to create iconic images that are strong and simple, yet always contemporary. From Schwab’s inclusion in countless national and worldwide permanent museum collections to his one-man exhibition at the California palace of the Legion of Honor, his work, continuously in demand, draws us in, holds us and inspires. Exhibition : EXHIBITS Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Washington, D.C. ‘Lance’ Permanent Collection San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design 2009 Sundance Cinemas, SF 2008-2009 ‘The Graphic Art of Michael Schwab’ National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum ‘2008 All Star Game Poster Series’ Sundance, Utah 2004 Images of America California Palace of the Legion of Honor One Man Show 2001 California Palace of the Legion of Honor 79 Posters for Permanent Collection 1999 Galerie Louvre Two Man exhibit with David Lance Goines, SF 1996 Library of Congress Permanent Collection Michael Schwab Posters 1984 – 1994 On Tape Productions, SF 1994 SF Museum of Modern Art 25 Posters for Permanent Collection World’s Most Memorable Poster Exhibit Paris 1992 Moscow International Poster Triennale 1992 Colorado International Poster Biennale USA 1989 Lahti VIII Poster Biennale Finland 1988 12th International Poster Biennale Warsaw 1988 Triennial of Posters Toyama, Japan 1988, 1992, 2994 Graphic Design Fortuny Miseum “Pacific Wave California’ Italy 1987

  • Sahba
    Biography : Much like a sculptor, Sahba uses palette knives, fingers and brushes, to shape her painting. The pouring, dripping and scraping of paint, adjust and refine its layers to reverberate the intrinsic emotions involved from its onset. These paintings are a direct result of the artist’s personal experiences; yet take on a life of their own. A viewer should allow themselves time and freedom to find their own interpretation of the work. Exhibition : EXHIBITIONS 2012 Group Show, “Introduction One”, Gallerie Citi. Burlingame, CA 2010 Group Show, “Kaleidoscope 2010 NYC”, KYNKYNY Art, New York, NY 2010 Group Show, “Kaleidoscope 2010 LA”, KYNKYNY Art, Los Angeles, CA 2010 Group Show, “Taking the Leap”, Axis Art, San Jose, CA 2009 Solo Show, “Celebrate”, Toscano, Bangalore, India 2009 Group Show, “Kaleidoscope 2009”, Bangalore, India 2009 Solo Show, “Extraordinary in the Ordinary”, KYNKYNY Art, Bangalore, India 2008 Group Show, “Without Boundaries”, Elizabeth Norton Gallery”, Palo Alto, CA 2007 Group Show, “Cocktail of Art”, Marymount International School, Paris, France 2006 Solo Show, “Black & White”, Atelier de la Rue, Paris, France 2006 Group Show, “Annual Exhibition”, WICE, Paris , France GALLERIES/REPRESENTATION Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, California Zantman Gallery, Carmel-By-The-Sea, California Axis Art Gallery, San Jose, California KYNKYNY Art, Bangalore, India Atelier de la Rue, Paris, France PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States PUBLICATIONS “Bangalore Is Talking About.” Bangalore Times April 24, 2009 “Appealing Dimensions.” Deccan Herald April 21, 2009 “Varied Perceptons.” The Bengaluru April 21, 2009 “ Look Sahba.” Time-Out Bangalore April 17, 2009 “Balance in Monochrome.” 080 Magazine April 2009 “Extraordinary in the Ordinary.” The Bangalore Mirror May 9, 2009 “Without Boundaries.” Palo Alto Weekly March 30, 2007 LECTURES Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA Marymount International School, Paris, France

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  • Elena Zolotnitsky
    Biography : Inspired by the concepts of beauty, adolescence, and time passing, Zolotnitsky’s personal and intimate oil paintings probe deeply into the mystery of the medium, itself. She seeks to create works, alive with the raw physicality of paint, to which viewers relate on an emotional level. Exhibition : 2015 Solo Show, Pryor Fine Art Atlanta, GA 2014 "Emotive" Gallerie CITI, Burlingame, CA "Urbana" Group Exhibition, Gallerie CITI, Burlingame, CA SFMOMA Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2012 “Moderm Masters of Contrast, Composition and Form” Pryor Fine Art, Atlanta, GA “Seen” Visual Aid presents MONCA: Works by David Park, Nathan Oliveira, Richard Diebenkorn, Mel Ramos, Elena Zolotnitsky, San Francisco, CA “Sin and Redemption” SFMOMA Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Berkeley Civic Center” in conjunction with Berkeley Art Center and KALA, CA “Scapes” Solo Show, Paul Mahder Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Introductions 2012 - CA Realists” Statewide Juried Competition (Juror’s 5 top picks), ArtZone 461 Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Introductions” Group Show at Selby Fleetwood Gallery, Santa Fe NM “Painting Only” Juried State Competition, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA 2011 “Introductions” Group Show at Pryor Fine Art, Atlanta GA “Zolotnitsky@Bucci’s” Emeryville, CA “Holiday Show” Paul Mahder Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2010 “Cimmerian Muse: Exploring The Gestures Of The Mind”, Nieto Fine Art, San Francisco CA “The Figure Now”, Fontbonne University Fine Arts Gallery, St.Louis, MO Juried by Sofie Jodoin, Alex Kanevsky and Nicholas Uribe 2009 Paul Mahder Gallery: “Basic”, San Francisco, CA 2008 “Terrible Beauty” Mark Parron and Elena Zolotnitsky, Paule Anglim Gallery, San Francisco, CA Franklin Bowles Gallery, San Francisco 2007 Loyola National Works on Paper, Crown Center Gallery Loyola University of Chicago Northern National Art Competition, juried by Allan Peterson, Nicolett College, WI Micaela Gallery: “Salon d’Ete 2007”, San Francisco, CA Rotunda Gallery, USF School of Law, curated by Saiko Matsumaru. San Francisco, CA Paul Mahder Gallery, San Francisco, CA FranklinBowles Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2006 Franklin Bowles Gallery, San Francisco, CA B. Boeltz Gallery, Den

  • Irene Zweig
    Biography : Irene Zweig is an abstract painter, working in mixed media paper-assemblage. She studied with Malcom Morley at State University of New York Stony Brook, and holds a B.F.A. from Syracuse University’s School of Visual and Performing Arts. Zweig was formerly the assistant to the first Dean of the National Gallery of Art’s Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Washington, D.C. Zweig has had her work juried and published in American Art Collector (Alcove Books), and has exhibited at the Masur Museum, Monroe, Louisiana; The Steamboat Springs Arts Council, Colorado; and was awarded best in show at Gallery West, Alexandria, Virginia. She has had featured exhibitions at the Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Maryland College of Art & Design, Creative Partners Gallery (Bethesda, Maryland), and the Goldman Art Gallery (Rockville, Maryland). Her work is included in numerous private and public collections throughout the United States and beyond. Exhibition : EXHIBITIONS/COMPETITIONS/ASSOCIATIONS •Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA, May 2013 •American Art Collector (Alcove Books), 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 •Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, LA, 35th Annual Juried Competition, 2008 •Washington Project for the Arts/Corcoran, Membership Show, 2007 •The Steamboat Springs Arts Council, CO, Repetitive Gestures: Seeking Solace in the Process of Making, December 2006-January 2007, juried exhibition •Collectors Gallery, GRACE (Greater Reston Arts Center), Reston, VA, 2006 •Tamarack Galleries, Naples, FL, gallery artist, 2005 •Ozmosis Gallery, Bethesda, MD, gallery artist, 2004 – 2005 •Gallery West, 7th National Juried Show, Alexandria, VA, best in show, 2004 •The Library Gallery, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, MD, solo exhibition, 2003 •Montgomery County (MD) Public Arts Trust Program, public art competition, 2002 •Barnes & Noble, Rockville, MD, solo exhibition, 2001 •Auxiliary Gallery, Maryland College of Art & Design, solo exhibition, 2001 •Strathmore Artist Membership 10th Annual Juried Exhibition, MD, 2001 •Creative Partners Gallery, Bethesda, MD, solo exhibition, 2000 •Strathmore Artist Membership 9th Annual Juried Exhibition, 2000 •Barnes & Noble, Bethesda, MD, solo exhibition, 1999 •The 21st Montgomery County Juried Art Exhibition, 1999 •Gaithersburg Council for the Arts, Kentlands Mansion, MD, solo exhibition, 1998 •Sheryl Leonard Galleries, Potomac, MD, gallery artist, 1998-1999 •Jean Efron Art Consultants, Washington, D.C., artist on register, 1994-1999 •Strathmore Artist Membership 8th Annual Juried Exhibition, 1998 •Strathmore Artist Membership 7th Annual Juried Exhibition, 1997 •Zenith Gallery, Washington, D.C., gallery artist, 1995-1996 •Goldman Gallery, Jewish Community Center, Rockville, MD, featured exhibition, 1995 •Kohler Clark Gallery, Milwaukee, WI, gallery artist, 1994-1995 •Art Gallery, Jewish Community Center, Overland Park, KS, sol


Gallerie Citi exhibits contemporary artwork from a stable of International established and emerging artists, placing a special emphasis on California’s own rich Bay Area.
Founded in 2012
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Gallerie Citi is on the Bay Area's Peninsula in downtown Burlingame, conveniently located between Silicon Valley and San Francisco. We feature paintings, photography, sculpture, and mixed media from our stable of artists and guest exhibitors. We seek to bridge artists, collectors, and enthusiasts at all levels by providing exceptional visual arts experiences and opportunities.

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