A primarily green abstract painting reminiscent of a landscape in its branch, sky, and leaf like formations.

Annie Lapin: Contours of the Vast

Shulamit Nazarian is pleased to present Contours of the Vast, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Annie Lapin. This will be the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, on view from November 12 through December 17. This presentation will span both exhibition spaces at the gallery.

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Plantasia

A multi sensory experience and exhibition about our connection with the living world.

A highly abstracted blue green and yellow canvas collaged with bingo card numbers

Grace Rosario Perkins: Hermit’s Lamp

Grace Rosario Perkins renders maximalist, color-driven paintings in acrylic, spray paint, and collage on canvas. She is a free-stylist, working from intuition, and quickly; her marks are malleable, and subject to near-perpetual change as paintings materialize. The works map relationships between colors, forms, feelings, people, peoples, the past and present. They are landscapes between the mind and the world, streams of consciousness preoccupied with the ways in which life overlaps with other life.

AN abstract explosion of pale blue and red across a golden yellow and gray background.

Lisa Kairos: Superbloom

The work in this show is inspired by the six months that artist Lisa Kairos spent in the Mojave Desert, just outside Joshua Tree National Park.

A highly abstracted pastel mountainscape

Featured Artists from the PMRCAA Residency Program

When imagining the creation of contemporary art, a working ranch is usually not the first thing that comes to mind. But far from universities, gallery spaces, and artist’s studios, Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts and Agriculture (PMRCAA) is fostering the creation of new work by artists, ecological scientists, and scholars. An exhibit of work by PMRCAA residents will be on view at the Pendleton Center for the Arts July 7th – 30th in the East Oregonian Gallery.

A highly textured gray-brown abstract form stretches from the right side to the left side of a canvas. The far left of the composition reveals a cream colored flat surface.

Unattended

Unattended by Russell Borne is abstractly about the passing of time. Time presses along in abstraction yet has a tangible effect of both decay and growth in our daily lives. While some moments seem to have an overabundance of time, other more precious moments seem to vanish before our eyes. The works in Unattended explore the different elemental experiences of time. Experiences of destructive, redemptive, and some places in-between.

A highly abstracted painting with black line work running through a cream background. Muted green brushstrokes, red and blue textured elements, and spiral of dark blue are sprinkled across the canvas.

Opening Reception: What If This?

Join Gallery 60SIX for the opening reception of “What If This?,” a two-person exhibition of paintings by San Francisco-based artists Brent Willson and Peter Whitehead.