In his 20th year at Burning Man, Michael Christian creates a huge giant squid, "Oid."
Her work at the Berkeley Art Museum bears out Picasso’s dictum.
Sue Steel and Karen Zullo Sherr use their gallery, now in its third location in six years, to support artists with productive and long careers.
The famously unstoppable NFL running back appreciates “self-awareness, understanding, empowerment.”
Stasis and color theory explored in Johansson Projects exhibition.
Scratching the Surface runs through June 25 at Manna Gallery.
The self-taught, Hong Kong-born Alameda oil painter favors Cézanne and van Gogh.
An Oaklander heads to Germany temporarily, her focus keenly on humanity and human rights.
The Alameda artist likes to bring the world home.
Her sculptures, functional pieces, and glass paintings are impressionistic reflections of life experiences.