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Upcoming Exhibition: Wild Places MAY 21 - SEPTEMBER 2, 2020 Berkeley, CA

INTERCONNECTIONS: MARI ANDREWS & ANN HOLSBERRY

Olive Hyde Art Gallery, Fremont, CA, 2017

Bay Area artists, Mari Andrews and Ann Holsberry, expand their deep engagement with nature, exploring the delicate webs that link humanity to the mystery of the natural world. Kindred spirits in their practices, Andrews’ sculptures and Holsberry’s paintings synergize with each other as they both share their inspiration.

NEW NAVIGATION POP UP SHOW

Emeryville, CA, 2016

TRACES

Gearbox Gallery, Oakland, CA, 2019

This exhibition is a response to a natural world subject to cosmic events as well as tidal and migratory movements. Working in cyanotype allows Ann to directly collaborate with forces of nature by using outdoor sunlight and other natural elements in the exposure.

From Ann’s artist talk, Explorer’s Journey:
“I see myself on an explorer’s journey as I discover new ways of seeing and recording the natural world by using materials and elements endemic to a particular place and time. These unique pieces created in various outdoor locations become records of the passage of time and the fragility of natural ecosystems.”

EXHIBITION IMAGES

Time & Tides
555 California Street, Plaza Gallery
San Francisco, CA
2021

Art/Act: Local — Wild Places
David Brower Center
Berkeley, CA
2020

Bird, Nest, Nature
Bedford Gallery
Walnut Creek, CA
2020

Traces
Gearbox Gallery
Oakland, CA
2019

Interconnections: Mari Andrews & Ann Holsberry
Olive Hyde Art Gallery
Fremont, CA
2017

Botanicals
Erica Tanov
Berkeley and Larkspur, CA
2017

New Navigation
Morris Graves Museum of Art
Eureka, CA
2017

New Navigation Pop Up Show
Emeryville, CA
2016

Migration
Los Medanos College Art Gallery
Pittsburg, CA
2014

New Passages: Mari Andrews & Ann Holsberry
de Saisset Museum of Art
Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, CA
2014

ART/ACT: LOCAL - WILD PLACES

David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA, 2020

Ann’s installation of endangered sea kelp on silk was featured along with the work of three other artists in Art/Act: Local — Wild Places, an exhibition at the David Brower Center celebrating the importance of our connection to wild places.

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