Monday, July 25, 2011

Lisa's Paintings at ACCI Gallery, Berkeley

I am very pleased to announce that this month I was juried into ACCI (Arts and Crafts Cooperative, Inc.) Gallery.  ACCI is a Berkeley landmark that has been on the corner of Lincoln Street and Shattuck Avenue for over fifty years, and is in the heart of the famous Berkeley Gourmet Ghetto.  It is also the oldest arts and crafts cooperative west of the Mississippi.  The handsome old brick building, formerly a French laundry, has been extensively renovated over the years to provide a spacious, well lighted space for displaying a wide range of high quality original art, including jewelry, ceramics, sculpture, textiles, glass, photography, and paintings.

I currently have eight framed gouache landscapes exhibited at ACCI: a selection of atmospheric scenes of the East Bay, San Francisco, and the Monterey Peninsula. My extensive line of greeting cards based on my paintings is also available at the gallery (see my December 2010 blog posting for all of the available images).

Below are some photos of the gallery and of my pieces there.  Visit the ACCI gallery website to look at all of the artists represented, and to learn more about current exhibitions and events. Please stop by ACCI Gallery to see my work and the huge selection of other fine arts and crafts on display.

The entrance to ACCI Gallery on Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley.

Lisa's landscapes at ACCI

More of Lisa's paintings, between a quilt and a bronze sculpture.
The small outdoor sculpture garden is in the background.

Lisa's paintings displayed above some of
the large selection of hand-crafted contemporary jewelry.

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