Past Exhibitions

Rebecca Koury in Currents and Mari Andrews in FLUX

Friday, July 26 – Sunday August 25
First Friday: Friday, August 2, 5:00 – 7:00 pm 

R.KOURY_Longitdes-and-Latitudes-2-Rebecca Koury
Born 1956
Carmel, California

The beauty and mystery of Nature inspire my artistic process. My intention as an artist is to interpret my experience of Nature and express the feeling of this experience through paint and other visual media.
One of my first memories, while traveling in the Southwestern US with my family was finding a tiny piece of naturally polished flint on the ground. It stirred a lustful curiosity and affection for the Natural World within me. It felt extremely valuable and carried a beauty and a mystery about itself that was and still is difficult for me to identify. It was a precious stone created by the mystery and power of Nature to which I felt connected. It felt familiar, like home. Holding that piece of flint made me feel whole. I want this feeling to continue. This is what fuels my artwork.
Most of my process is intuitive with a formal art education woven into my foundation. My sculpture background merges with my paintings and creates rich multi-layered surfaces full of colors, textures, and frequent symbols used as metaphor. This 3-dimensional perspective allows me to see the layers and between the layers as I am painting

Rebecca Koury, Longitudes & Latitudes, No. 2, 2019, acrylic on canvas panel, 48 x 48 inches. (c) Rebecca Koury.


andrews_black_drops_2019-720x478-beed47c8-4595-4b3e-8516-53ef5e579a61Mari Andrews
Born 1955
Emeryville, California

Mari Andrews was born in Dayton Ohio. She attended the University of Dayton where she acquired her BFA. She later moved to Los Angeles for an MFA from Otis Art Institute. She relocated to San Francisco area where she now resides.

She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Art grant in 1989 and several residencies including Djerassi, The Lucid Art Foundation, The Cold Press in Norfolk UK, Palo Alto Art Center Creative Ecology residency

Recent solo exhibitions include: Palo Alto Art Center; Chandra Cerrito Contemporary in Oakland CA; Tayloe Piggott Gallery in Jackson WY; San Jose ICA; and the Cold Press, Norfolk, England

Mari Andrews, Black Drops, 2019. (c) Mari Andrews.