Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Ave. Richmond, CA
Tuesday, September 4 through Friday, November 9, 2007
Reception: Saturday, Sept 22, 2007
Members Showcase 2007
This is a small group show of five artists selected from the 2006 Member Show. There will be several other shows opening the same evening: the 110th Anniversary CCA Photography Retrospective and the 2007 Members Only show.
Atrium Gallery, 901 Market Street, Second Floor, San Francisco, CA
(located between 5th and 6th Street)
Monday, April 30 through Friday, August 24, 2007
Monday - Friday 8 am. to 6 pm.
Christine Hanlon and Mark Reynolds
Narrative and Geometric Paintings and Drawings
The paintings in this show are primarily from the last 5 years with mostly maritime imagery that ranges from cargo ships and oil tankers to fishing boats and industrial waterfronts. The paintings include urban night construction scenes as well. All the paintings employ a geometric system of composition and design which the Old Masters used known as Sacred Geometry or dynamic symmetry involving the ratios of the Golden Section and the root rectangles. Mark Reynolds' work is created using pure geometric grids as the artform itself, avoiding the issue of narrative content.
This gallery is on the second floor of a downtown professional building with an enormous atrium that is flooded with natural light from the 6th floor skylights all day long. The building is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm and the show may be seen by appointment on the weekends. Please contact me directly by email if you would like to see the show during weekend hours.
Sanchez Art Center
1220B Linda Mar Blvd.
April 27 - June 2, 2007
Friday - Sunday 1-5 pm.
Arts on Fire XI
I have one urban homeless painting in this excellent group show juried by Peter Selz, UCBerkeley Professor Emeritus of Art History and the author of the recently published book "The Art of Engagement". The show features a wide range of media from paintings and sculpture to ceramics and photography. The artists in the show and other information may be viewed on the website at www.sanchezartcenter.org.
This page was last updated: May 22, 2017
15th Annual Maritime Art Exhibit, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR
Jurors: Ned Mueller, Paul Mallally, Dutch Mostert. I have 3 paintings in this show and received
the Best in Show Awardfor the triptych Death of an Oil Tanker. Exhibition can viewed online
July 19-Sept 20, 2008
"City Streets", STUDIO Gallery, 1718A Polk Street (bw Clay and Washington) in San Francisco
August 20- Sept 14, 2008 Reception: Saturday, August 23, 4-8 pm.
Rasputin Records on Telegraph Ave. in Berkeley. Display of 6 large digital prints of urban homeless paintings in street windows. Artists featured were selected from Street Spirit newspaper interview articles.
RISD Northern California Alumni Biennial 2008
Oakland Art Gallery, 199 Kahn's Alley, Oakland, CA 94612
Curator: Rene de Guzman, Senior Curator, Oakland Museum of California
March 4 - 29, 2008 Reception: Tuesday, March 4, 6 - 9 pm.
"The Intimate Observer" , Three person show at Monterey Peninsula College Art Gallery, 980 Fremont Street, Monterey, CA
February 5 to March 7, 2008 Reception: Thursday, February 7, 12:30 - 3pm.
Gallery Hours: Tues - Friday 10 am.-3 pm. or by appointment 831-646-3060
Berkeley Art Center Annual Member's Showcase 2007
1275 Walnut Street, Berkeley, CA December 9 - January 13, 2008
Reception: Sunday, December 9, 2 - 4 pm.
Richmond Art Center Holiday Arts Show, 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond, CA
November 27 to December 2, 12-5 pm.
Reception: Sunday, December 2, 12-5 pm.
This is a fundraiser for the Richmond Art Center and I will have a framed giclee of
"Import/Export #3" in the silent auction. There will be arts and crafts and holiday fare for sale.
Civic Arts Education 45th Anniversary Exhibition
1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek Reception Wednesday, December 3, 5-7 pm, runs thru December 21
I have two paintings in this show, one maritime and the other urban homeless. This is in the Bedford Gallery at the Dean Lesher Center for the Arts, a very nice venue.
Holiday Arts Festival, Richmond Art Center
2540 Barrent Ave, Richmond, CA
Preview and early bids on silent auction items December 2-6, Actual event andfestivities on Sunday, December 7, 12-5 pm.
I have donated a small watercolor landscape to this fundraising event.
Berkeley Art Center Annual Members' Showcase
1275 Walnut Ave, Berkeley, CA
Reception: Sunday, December 14 , 2-4 pm,runs through January 25, 2009 I will have one painting in this show but won't be able to attend the opening.
Holiday Art Fair, Studio 4 Pilates, 213 San Mateo Rd
Half Moon Bay, CA (Hwy 92 and Main St. behind Harmonies)
Sunday, December 14, 1-5 pm.
This is a local artist holiday venue and I will be selling my small plein air
watercolors which you can see in the Watercolors link on this site.
"Developing A Collective Awareness:Maritime and UrbanConcerns", Featured Artist for Women's History Month, Foothill College Semans Library Gallery, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, CA
Reception: Wednesday, March 18, 12 -1 pm. with exhibit on display for theMarch, only until March 26, 2009.
"People" Bay Area artist/educators and their art about the human form Louie Meagher Art Gallery, Ohlone College, 43600 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA
Reception: Saturday, February 7th, 7 - 8 pm., Show has been on display since January 9th and will run until February 21, 2009
I have two mixed media figurative drawings in this group show. View online.
"Hobos to Street People: Artists' Responses to Homelessness From the New Deal to the Present"
Invitational Exhibition which will travel to other museums and venues throughout California until early 2012, Currently at the California Historical Society, 678 Mission St, San Francisco.
I have several large paintings in this exhibition, one of which will be on tour.
Exhibit is open from noon to 4:30, Wednesday - Saturday, with free admission and will be on display until August 16, 2009
Monthly events planned to educate the public around this exhibition which can be found on the website www.calhist.org.
I will be on a panel discussion as one of the contemporary artists in the show on Thursday, August 6 from 6-8 pm, free to the public. Other artists discussing their work will be Jos Sances, Jesus Barraza, Doug Minkler, Art Hazelwood, curator of the exhibition will moderate.
FUNDRAISING EVENT: Art Auction09, Celebrating the Street Sheet -Two Decades of Insurgent Art, a live and silent auction at the SomArts Gallery, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA
(the venue is located near 9th and Brannan in SF)
Thursday, September 10, 2009
5:30 - 9 pm $25 admission (all donating artists and volunteers get in for free!) includes dinner, two drinks and bidding card. There will be live music, performance mural painting and silk screening, dj and lots of dessert cakes after the live auction which starts at 7:30
I have donated several artworks, one a small watercolor and the other a larger collage painting.
"Hobos To Street People" exbitition at the Kolligian Library at University of California @ Merced, Merced, CA
The exhibit will be on display from August 30 - October 25, 2009
Curator Art Hazelwood and historian Charles Wollenberg will give talk on September 23 (contact the venue for times)
Members Only, Richmond Art Center runs from April 6 through June 5, 2010 with a reception on May 1st.
I have one watercolor painting in this show and will not be able to attend the opening reception on May 1, 3-5 pm. but there are 3 shows opening that day.
The art center is located at 2540 Barrett Ave., Richmond, CA, 94804,Check the website at www.therac.org, 510-620-6772
Gallery hours Tues-Sat. 11 am -5pm.
*RADIO INTERVIEW* ON LABOR DAY, September 7, 2009 1-2 pm.
Monday on Women's Magazine on KPFA
Listen online at www.kpfa.org or tune the dial to 94.1 FM
Women changing the world through art: Journalist Carol Harvey talks with artist Christine Hanlon about her work depicting homelessness and poverty in San Francisco; Kate Raphael speaks with Carolina de Robertis about her new novel, The Invisible Mountain, a story of three generations of Uruguayan women; Kiki Poe and Christine de la Rosa on Bliss Weekend: Oasis for Women of Color in the Desert. Plus Jovelyn's World and the women's calendar, and featuring music of Mack Mistress and Eliza Gilkison.
"Hobos to Street People" exhibition at the Bakersfield Museum of Art, which opened on December 10, 2009 and is on display through February 2010.
The winter exhibition at the museum includes four other shows that also focus on the theme of isolation and loss when being displaced or homeless in society, including photography, painting, sculpture and installation.
The museum is located at 1930 R Street, Bakersfield, CA 93301 and the website is www.bmoa.org.
"RED", Berkeley Art Center Artist Member's Showcase, which opened on December 12, 2009, through January 24, 2010
I have one painting in this exhibition which is inspired by a comment from Tom Marioni , " A little red goes a long way!" The Berkeley Art Center is located at 1275 Walnut Street, Berkeley, CA 94709. The gallery is open Wed - Sun, 12 to 5 pm., www.berkeleyartcenter.org
Past 2009 openings/events:
Recent Show: "Figuratively", Kendrick Hall @ University of San Francisco Law School Gallery , group show at 2130 Fulton Ave, San Francisco runs from August 13 to December 18, 2010.
I have 3 large urban homeless paintings in the show which will be on display for the entire fall semester during school hours.
Recent Event: Coalition on Homelessness 10th Annual Art Auction to be held at SomArts Gallery, 934 Brannan St., San Francisco from 5:30-10 pm on Thursday, Sept 9th.
Live painting performance, live and silent auction, music, catering, raffle prizes...lots of fun, come out and support a great cause! I plan to donate a watercolor or two (still deciding!)
Recent Show: 52nd Annual Members Exhibit, Art Guild of Pacifica, Sanchez Art Center 1220B Linda Mar Blvd, Pacifica
Reception: Friday, Sept 10, 7-9 pm
I will have one watercolor in this show
OPENING : Pacifica Open Walls/Studios
Friday, December 3, 2010 7-9 pm
Two Weekends in December - Sat/Sun - 11-5 pm
December 4/5 and December 11/12
Sanchez Art Center is located at 1220-B Linda Mar Blvd
in Pacifica, CA approx. 1.5 miles east of Highway 1
I will be selling oil paintings, prints and watercolors which are my most recent work...please stop by and say hello! There will be over 50 other artists participating in the event.
Recent Showof Hobos to Street People traveling exhibition at the Corona Public Library in Corona, CA through December 19th. On view in the Heritage Room on the second floor of the library.
Recent Show: From Hobos to Street People opened at Doug Adams Gallery at the Pacific School of Religion, 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley on January 27th and will run through March 11, 2011
This is a partial display of the full exhibition due to limited gallery space, and includes my piece. Gallery hours are Tues, Thurs and Fridays 10-3pm. The show was reviewed in the Chronicle's 96 Hours on Thursday, Feb. 3.
Recent Exhibit: "Elements" at Sanchez Art Center
Opening RECEPTION : Friday, February 25, 7-9 pm
1220 Linda Mar Blvd, Pacifica, CA
I will have one watercolor in this show. Two other shows will open that evening. Pacifica Art Guild is the sponsor of the Elements show and it will run until March 27th.
Past 2010 openings/events:
2008 and 2007 Past Events
2011 Openings and Events
20th Annual Spring Open Studios at Hunters Point Shipyard
**Opening Preview Party : Friday, April 29, 6-9 pm**
Weekend Hours: Sat/Sun April 30/May 1 11 am - 6 pm
I will be in Studio #22 in Bldg #116 which is down below the larger buildings which you initially see when approaching the shipyard studios. Just before you get to the large buildings, you will see a road on the left that goes down to a series of buildings including #116. Look for the signs and drive down to Studio #22 which faces the large dirt parking lot where there is plenty of parking. For more information including maps and directions to the event, which includes over 150 artists, check this website http://www.shipyardartists.com
Art Auction: Saturday, April 30th 6-10 pm.
Spring Art and Literature Gala- A live and silent art auction to benefit the work of the SF Living Wage Coalition to be held at Precita Eyes Mural Arts Center, 2981 24th Street, San Francisco - Tickets $25
Reception: Thursday May 12 from 5-7 pm with great food and live music. The show will run May 9th through October 7, 2011 and can be viewed Mon-Fri 8 am to 6 pm
2012 Shows and Exhibitions
Coalition on Homelessness 12th Annual Art Auction- THIS WEEK!
934 Brannan Street in San Francisco at SOMArts Gallery
Thursday, September 13 5:30- 10 pm. Live and silent art auction, annual fundraiser with many artists including a framed giclee of one of my maritime paintings, great food and drink, live music and lots to see...over 100 artists. I will not be there (my first year not attending) since I now live in Oregon! Please support the Coalition! To get information call 415-346-3740 or check out the details here. Buy early tickets here.
"Hobos To Street People: Artists' Response to Homelessness From the New Deal To the Present" at the Richmond Art Center
OPENING Reception Saturday, September 22nd 2-4 pm
2540 Barrett Ave. Richmond, CA 94804 510-620-6772
The show runs through November 9th so there is plenty of time to catch the show at its final California venue. It just returned from Colorado and may travel out of state again after this, so catch it while you can...it is still much too relevant to our times....and there is a catalogue/book for this exhibition that was published last year by Freedom Voices
4th Annual 50/50 Show at Sanchez Art Center Ongoing until the end of September
The opening was extremely well attended on Friday August 24th. This is a fundraiser for the SAC
and the galleries are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm
Located in beautiful Pacifica, CA at 1220 Linda Mar Blvd, about a mile up from Highway 1
650-355-1894 There is a closing reception...check out the link for directions, gallery/office hours, etc..you can get in by arranged appointment as well by calling the office.
There are 70 artists in this fantastic juried show with a wide range of art.
My work is themed on maritime, industrial, urban art and includes images from the SF Bay area, the Coos Bay area and from various parts of the world. Check it out! It is well worth the trip down to Pacifica. All artworks are on panels 6 by 6 inches...a sample of some of the paintings:
"Tiny" the annual holiday show at STUDIO Gallery in San Francisco has over 200 artists showing works that are smaller than 7 inches square and all work under $400. The gallery will hold its 9th Anniversary party on Sunday, December 2nd from 2-6 pm at 1815 Polk Street
2013 Shows and Exhibitions
"Connections" at Gallery 13, 658 Cookman Ave, Suite 5, Asbury Park, New Jersey is a group show with fellow painter/teachers from around the US and Canada.I have 3 small pieces in this show which will be up through June 21st. Here is one which sold the night of the opening. Asbury Park is a part of the Jersey Shore less affected by Storm Sandy, but they did have damage along the boardwalk (remember the mangled ferris wheel in the ocean? that was nearby..).
20th Annual Maritime Art Exhibition at the Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson Ave,
Coos Bay, OR The show will be on display from Saturday August 3rd through October 5th, 2013.
Opening Reception and Awards Dinner will be held Saturday, August 3rd from 5 to 8 pm with John Stobart (esteemed maritime artist) handing out the awards. I had one painting juried into the show and am looking forward to being at the opening. Check www.coosart.org for hours.
4th Annual Miniature and Small Works Exhibition at Art by the Sea Gallery, 175 2nd Street SE , Bandon, OR. Juried by Pat Snyder, well known local artist and educator.
Seeing the Invisible Life on the Street opening Thursday, Sept 6th at the Nicholas and Lee Begovich Gallery, California State University Fullerton, 800 N. State College Blvd, Fullerton, CA
I will have two very large homeless paintings in this international group exhibition which will be catalogued and is viewable at the exhibition website here. The show will run through October 11th with a curator/gallery director talk at 4 pm prior to the opening from 5 to 8 pm on September 6th. I will not be able to attend the opening but hope you can visit the gallery.
Bandon Public Library, Solo show of Oils and Watercolors in the main lobby, on display September and October with an opening reception on Thursday, September 18th from 5 to 8 pm. Come say hello!
The Language of Realism at Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Ave, Richmond, CA
is an invitational 4 person show curated by John Wehrle, opening this Saturday, January 25th from 1 to 4 pm. There will be a walkthrough with the artists, with Q and A from 1 to 2 pm. Show runs through March 9th and gallery is open Tues - Sat. 11-5 pm. Check website for more details www.therac.org.
Here is a link to a review that was in the online version of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine:
"A Little Chaos: An Eclectic Collection", OPB Community Art Gallery, 1992 Sherman Ave, North Bend, OR Group show curated by Tracy Hodson, which runs through July 31, 2017. Viewing hours: Mon - Fri 9 am to 5 pm. I have several collage paintings in this show