September 6 - October 1, 2016
New works on paper continue to explore her favorite subject: the physical, emotional and psychic structure of the house and home.
In this exhibition of colorful lithographs, the artist presents the moments and pleasures of daily life through memorable landscapes. These prints welcome the viewer to her world.
October 4 - 29, 2016
Drawings and woodcuts depict places, people, and animals. The quick, unedited style catches essence over detail. Color adds fleeting atmosphere to the drawings and energetic presence to the woodcuts.
Paper the Walls
Lynne Mayocole and friend Irene Christensen have both had long-time obsessions with creating accordion drawings. Lynne has invited Irene to help her "paper the walls" with the results.
November 1 - 26, 2016
The artist invited friends to take anonymous "selfies" of their own vulvas, from which she created large charcoal drawings exploring this most private part of a woman's body.
Inspired by the strength and challenges associated with illness, the artist creates intricately woven anatomical forms to metaphorically reflect the emotional complexities of caring for others.
November 29 - December 31, 2016
January 3 - January 28, 2016
Women under siege: It's happening right here
Gallery 1 Curated by Susan Grabel, This show explores the sexism of our justice system in relation to pregnant and abused women.
Gallery 2 Francine Perlman's installation, "doors open and doors shut", reveals the stories of women in domestic violence shelters.
January 31 - February 25, 2017
Womens Caucus for Art at Ceres Gallery:
wage on! women, money and art
Statistics on income inequality and high costs of living often miss the real toll on women's lives.
February 28 - March 25, 2017
Ruth Bauer Neustadler
The work includes cement paintings, multi-canvas figurative work, diptychs and rust paintigs. Included is a surprise work for Women's History Month.
Out of Bounds
Working with sheep and alpaca fibers, the artist uses the medium of felt, creating sculptures that embody both the gentleness and violence of nature and of our lives.
March 28 - April 22, 2017
The Painted Forest: 30 Years of Sculpture from Connecticut River Wood
These sculptural assemblages are made with wood gathered from riverbanks. Rosser also shows large acrylic paintings of famous gardens.
New York in Encaustic
Marine forms are incised, layered, submerged, then exposed, as they develop in unexpected ways. Some forms flow sensually through and around each other, others explode vibrantly.
April 25 - May 20, 2017
Richly colored glazed surfaces of wood-fired clay sculptures thrust upward in the constant motion of growth and form.
Grass paintings emerge from the artist's interest in Buddhist representations of nature in art. This work explores gesture and simplicity to evoke feelings of sublime calmness.
May 23 - June 17, 2017
The artist explores the transient nature of existence via intimate portraits of imagined life forms. Fragile and vulnerable, they must have an unfathomable sense of optimism and resilience to exist.
Micaela de Vivero
The artist addresses the history of women's labor with a subversive approach. de Vivero uses crochet and copper wire to disrupt the usual associations we make with the act of women crocheting.
June 20 - July 15, 2017
Ceres' annual group exhibition of selected members
July 18 - August 12, 2017
September 5 - 30, 2017