770 West Grand Ave
Oakland, CA 94612
510 567-4108


   

Artist's Opportunities:

Call for Entries:
Walking the Line

Deadline June 25th

Juror Drew Bennett, Director Facebook Artist in Residence Program

Awards include future exhibition opportunities


GearBox Poetry Event:
Featuring David Erdreich

Saturday, May 26th,
2 - 4 pm, with Open Mic Signup 1:30 pm


Now at GearBox:
Syncopainted Pauses:
Phyllis Lasché & Paula Boas

with Small Sculpture by Darrell Hunger in the Inner Room
April 26 - May 26


Coming Soon:
Choice Words:
Matthew Priest & Maryann Steinert-Foley

May 31 - June 23


OPEN HOURS:
Thurs - Fri: noon - 6 pm
Sat: 11 am - 5 pm
and during the First Friday Art Walks from 6-9 pm


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CHROMATIC CONSTRUCTS: Hunger & Huncilman


February 15 – March 17, 2018

GearBox Poetry featuring Clara Hsu
Saturday, February 17th, 2-4 pm
open mic sign ups at 1:30 pm

Oakland Art Murmur First Friday Reception:
March 2nd, 6-9 pm

A Conversation with the Artists: Hunger & Huncilman
March 3, 2018, stop by any time between 1 and 4 pm

events are free and open to the public


The work of artists Darrell Hunger & Stan Huncilman share an approach to assemblage involving fragmented & formally re-assembled objects and materials. The use of found & discarded objects as sculpture is a common & distinctive strategy for Bay Area Artists. But Hunger & Huncilman differ from this in their shared affinity for high color & a kind of tidiness in the construction. The results are lively abstractions infused with humor.

Darrel Hunger’s work explores chaos & metamorphosis. His processes seem to suggest ways of making sense of life’s complexities and struggles. As he says about his work in this exhibit, “The process explores attachment, change and the illusion of completion. The contentment of finishing is only overcome by the possibly of creating something better out of the fragments. Change is constant, newness is the outcome.”